Sunday, December 9, 2012

What's in the Water with You? by Terry Spear

A shark...these stayed on the bottom and can be dangerous as you walk along a sandy bottom and stir them up. Especially places like on the east coast of Florida where you couldn't see anything in the murky water.

A cute little fish. Not dangerous!

A ray. We actually fed them in Grand Cayman Islands just as Duncan and Shelley do in A Howl for a Highlander. But their tail can be dangerous.

Eels...not nice at all. He looks like he's watching us and ready to give us some trouble.

So my advice to Duncan and Shelley is to avoid picture number 1 and 4 and be careful around picture number 3. He knows how to take care of sharks though. Just wait to hear how he'll do so in A Howl for a Highlander!

Him, yum....Duncan's used to swimming in the Irish Sea or chilly Highland lochs...but put him in the islands, and it's a whole different sea world.

A Howl for the Highlander
(Book 10)


Feb 2013

Duncan MacNeill is a Highlander at heart with a mission—find gray wolf and former stockbroker, Silverman who has stolen the family fortune and is purported to be living in the Grand Cayman Islands. As a Highland wolf, Duncan rarely leaves his native homeland and taking a trip to an island paradise doesn’t appeal. But keeping the MacNeill’s ancestral castle depends on making Silverman pay. What Duncan doesn’t plan for is the American botanist who distracts him from his mission and makes him realize what an island paradise really means.
Shelley Campbell is teaching botany at a Florida college, when she receives an email from an old girlfriend, who’s renting a villa on the island and wants her to come to stay with her. Figuring she can study the old growth forest while she's there, and lecture about it when she returns home, she has no idea the secrets she might uncover. When her girlfriend’s a no-show, a Highlander turns up instead, and she has a choice—share the villa, or send him away and pay full price for the accommodations—which on her teacher’s salary is stretching things pretty thin. Since he promises to be no trouble at all, she lets him stay. And that’s when the trouble really begins!

"Giving new meaning to the term alpha male where fantasy IS reality!"


  1. Yum, sounds like a great story! Thanks for more of your beautiful pix.

  2. Hey, Elf, it's fun! Duncan is hot!

  3. Any man who can handle a shark is a man in my book. I wouldn't put my big toe in that pond!

  4. Ah, no sense of adventure, eh, Victoria??? :) But Duncan would protect you. He has just the trick. :)

  5. Those things look just plumb downright scary to me. Duncan is a brave, brave man!

  6. See, I know why you live in OK. BTW, Carolyn, when I was in Salado, I thought of you. They had a can of Longhorn poop--as in if you were naughty, that's what you would get for Christmas! That didn't make me think of you, except...well, just the western theme made me think of you. LOL :)

  7. Love the pictures! You always have the best pictures on your blogs, Terry!

  8. Thanks, Shana! I took these at the Omaha, NE zoo at Thanksgiving! New camera! Hope to go to Scotland again, so wanted to be ready!!!