Sunday, January 20, 2013

A Howl for a Highlander and 1st GIVEAWAY--Autographed copy!


A Howl for a Highlander

Make a trip to Grand Cayman Island where you will snorkel with the sting rays, cruise with swashbuckling pirates, and swim with the wolves. :)
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I actually went to Grand Cayman Island and did all that the hunky wolf and his she-wolf did. They balked about going on the submarine, and I didn't blame them. It wasn't worth the price and if you have claustrophobia, not the place to be. But otherwise, except for having all the fun with the wolf, I did it!!! :) Though I kept thinking while I wrote the book, that I needed to go back for a refresher! :)

The books comes out February, but the actual guest blog tour starts on Monday! So who wants to have a chance at winning a book even earlier than that??? If you comment, I'll put you in the drawing.

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A Howl for the Highlander (Book 10) Sourcebooks 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 girl friend’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!

DebraTaylor, The Night Owl Reviews
Score: 5.00 / 5 - Reviewer Top Pick
"Another fun and sexy read from Terry Spear! The Queen of shifter romance has done it again. Whether it be wolf or jaguar, this author is one of the best in her genre. Howl for a Highlander is the sizzling love story of sexy Scottish werewolf, Duncan MacNeill and his American she-wolf, Shelley Campbell.
If you're in the mood for a fun shifter romance then I recommend trying this awesome story. I guarantee you won't regret it and that, like me, you'll be hooked for life."


Here is the schedule for A Countdown to Howl

1/21 Vampire Romance Books

1/22 Night Owl Reviews

1/23 Sia McKye’s Thoughts Over Coffee

1/24 Literal Addiction

1/25 Under the Covers



The problem with the deep blue sea is that not only are wolves swimming in the water...but nasty things like jelly fish. The coral is beautiful though!



So what do you think? Would it be worth it to swim with Duncan, that hot Highland wolf who looks as good in a kilt, swimsuit, wolf coat, or without???

Come join me in the Caribbean!

Must be US or Canada to win.

Terry

"Giving new meaning to the term alpha male where fantasy IS reality!"
www.terryspear.com  

40 comments:

  1. this sounds AWESOME!! (like all of your books) I would brave the carribbean for anything (then again, i live in saskatchewan and it is currently -39.
    Ive Scuba dived in flordia before and have come across jelly fish there... they wernt too bad.. certainly worth braving for a highland wolf!!

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  2. I would so swim with him

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  3. Wow, Alainala, I can't imagine it being that cold. I had some distant relatives living up in that area! I picked up a Portuguese Man-of-War when I was little...not fun! :) But yes, a Highland wolf is worth braving the High Seas for. And he'll come diving for you!

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  4. And get tackled, Christina, and he wouldn't let go!!! :) Yum. :)

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  5. I definitely think it would be worth it! ;)

    foreverbama@gmail.com

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  6. OH YESSSSSSS!! I'll brave the Nasty Sea Creatures to swim in the warm Caribbean with Duncan. It's bitterly cold here today in the far north. If I can survive stepping on a Bullhead. I'll take a chance on dancing with a devilish Sexy Highlander with a wolfish grin in the pale moonlight.

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  7. I agree, just plain awesomesauce! Totally can't wait to read it!!!
    Thanks for the opportunity

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  8. April, absolutely!! :) The waters are so silky smooth and then so is the wolf...well, when not in his fur coat. :)

    Donna!! I bet you'd love to be in the Caribbean instead of that cold Minnesota! Duncan has just the solution for sharks, by the way. :)

    Thanks, Carey! Hope you love it!

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  9. Oh,my goodness yes! This sounds fantastic!! Did you set up a bank account while you were there lol.

    catslady5(at)aol.com

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  10. LOL, Catslady! I would have to have money! :) Now if they would let me have one that was already full, I'd go for it!

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  11. I love this series....I would so love to go in the beautiful water with him.
    Thanks so much for this giveaway.

    Congrats on the new release.

    kcnrhtx (at) charter (dot) net

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  12. Thanks, Kimberley, for loving the series! It's been almost a year since the last wolf came to play! :) So I'm thrilled this one is coming out now! :)

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  13. A wolf in water? That would be cool! He can help fend off al the scary jelly fishes and sharks from me. At least I know he can withstand the cold water :) I'll give him swimming trunks.

    Cambonified(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  14. Go for broke, Na...no swimming trunks! It's dark. No one will see you swimming with the wolf. I promise! :)

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  15. I didn't know that wolves could swim. But yes, I would certainly jump in the water with him.

    little lamb lst at yahoo dot com

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  16. Oh, absolutely, Lil, wolves can swim. They can hunt up supper from a river. I watched a video where this one wolf must have been taking dinner back to her pups. She kept fishing, dumping the fish back on the shore, and going in for another. :) When it's a Highland wolf? He's only fishing for one thing! :) And it's not a fish. :)

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  17. What kind of question is that? The question should read who wouldn't want to swim in the Caribbean with an Highlander? Count me in...But I'll be swimming with my own highlander and taking advantage of all the wolffish charm I can get ;)
    Congrats on the new book. I love all your books by the way and always look forward to your newsletter.
    Thanks,
    Lori
    lorih824 at yahoo dot com

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  18. A Highlander and a Grand Cayman Island setting, sounds fun. I'm definitely looking forward to reading Howl for the Highlander.

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  19. Thanks, Barbara! I hope you love it! It seemed the perfect combination--the Caribbean and a Highland wolf. :)

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  20. This sounds good.Looking forward to the tour.And yes I'd swim with him :)
    Love the cover too
    elaing8(at)netscape(dot)net

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  21. Sounds awesome. I love the cover. :) He would be great to swim with.
    Crystal816[at]hotmail[dot]com

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  22. Thanks, Elaing and Crystal! You'll be at risk for losing your hearts if you swim with him, but it's worth it! :)

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  23. It'd be worth it.

    bn100candg(at)hotmail(Dot)com

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  24. Great post. I love the pics and I am sure the Caymans are awesome. I love the Caribbean.

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  25. BN, absolutely. He makes a great anchor.

    Sherry, it's gorgeous, isn't it? I could go back anytime! :)

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  26. One great thing about the Caribbean is that the water is so clear. So, swimming with the "Highland Wolf" would be he highlight of the trip.

    Congratulations on its upcoming release.

    Lynn
    lareynolds0316@gmail.com

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  27. Lynn, lol, too funny. I'm thinking of how water really plasters swim trunks to a body...hmmm....and yeah, with the water being crystal clear, yeah. :)

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  28. It would be worth it ;)! Especially since there are no trunks ;0
    vsloboda(at)gmail(dot)com

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  29. Victoria, hmm-hmm!

    She actually takes him shopping for swim trunks, g-rated for the pirate cruise. And that was just as much fun! :)

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  30. It would definitely be worth it.

    bacchus76 at myself dot com

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  31. Oh sure, I would!!! This one sounds really good - thanks for the chance to win..

    mlawson17 at hotmail dot com

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  32. Martha, you won't do much swimming. Just got to warn you. :)

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  33. Sounds like absolute Heaven to me!!!

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  34. Oh, yes, Heather. He will keep you safe and well occupied!!! :)

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  35. You have the most beautiful pictures! I am afraid to swim in the ocean but I enjoy looking at all of its beauty. Good luck with the new release!

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  36. Thanks, Elf!! I took those when I visited my son and DIL in Nebraska. We had fun! :) Duncan would take your mind off whatever is out there. Truly!

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  37. Sounds amazing and congrats on the newest release! I would swim anywhere with him. sdylion(at)gmail(dot)com

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  38. Thanks, Sandy Lion, he'd definitely be a great swim partner!

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