from Mia Marlowe...
Dreams feature prominently in SINS OF THE HIGHLANDER. It even starts with a dream--one from which our hero, Rob MacLaren doesn't want to wake. Once he returns to the world of light, he has to face a life without the woman of his dreams, his dead wife Fiona.
But I don't think that's the sort of dream my next guest means when she wrote Dreaming of the Wolf. Please welcome Terry Spear and her furry friends!
Terry Spear: Having wolves (werewolves, that is) in your life in the New Year is a plus. Why?
So if you like big kitty cats that are just as protective as their wolf counterparts, you might want to check them out also! Will there be cat and dog fights? Hmm. I have to say for now, neither believe the other exist—they’re merely fantasy.
Hope you all have a super wonderful New Years! I’ll be at Outback Steakhouse, pretending to be in the wilds of Australia, enjoying a wolf/jaguar-loving steak and of course spicy wings! Happy New Years! Oh, and would YOU like a wolf/jaguar (not the car, lol) for the New Years?
“Giving new meaning to the term alpha male where fantasy IS reality!”
Author bio: Award-winning author Terry Spear is the author of urban fantasy romances and medieval Highland romances. She received Publishers Weekly's Best Book of the Year in 2008 for Heart of the Wolf. A retired officer of the U.S. Army Reserves, Terry is a librarian by day. She lives in Crawford, Texas.
Happy New Years, Mia!
Mia: Happy New Year to you too, Terry!
If you want to claim a DREAMING OF THE WOLF for yourself, go to your local bookseller or Amazon or B&N.com . One lucky commenter will win theirs, but why take chances?
I'll also be picking a winner who'll choose a title from my backlist.
Dreaming of the Wolf giveaway