Silence of the Wolf by Terry Spear

Silence of the Wolf (Heart of the Wolf) by Terry SpearTom Silver took his responsibilities as the sub-pack leader very seriously, and was not happy at being told to watch out for the reporter who had come to Silver Town when there were other, deeper concerns threatening the wolf-run town. The human farmers were upset about wolf tracks around their pastures, and the pack leader was worried that rogue werewolves were encroaching on their territory. Tom would much rather have been working on finding out who was responsible for the wolf tracks than keeping an eye on the reporter.

Elizabeth Wildwood never felt she belonged anywhere. Half red wolf, half coyote, she had never been part of a pack. After her parents were murdered, she was completely on her own. Writing a story on little-known ski resorts was her stated reason to return to Colorado, but her real reason was to meet up with a trusted friend, a member of her father’s pack, with a plan to trade the deed to her parents’ horse ranch for information on who had killed her parents.

The mystery of Elizabeth’s parents’ death is woven throughout the story, and I love a good mystery. Though Elizabeth is a woman alone, she has a deep desire to be part of a pack, but is afraid when Tom first makes the offer. Tom is a strong and capable leader, a definite alpha, and is certain that he wants Elizabeth to be his mate. When Elizabeth’s room is broken into and her belongings stolen, Tom is there to protect her.

I liked seeing Elizabeth’s courage in the face of a kidnapping and her determination to discover who was responsible for the murder of her parents. Silence of the Wolf is a story that easily captured my interest, and I am curious to see what happens next for the Silver Town residents.

Book Stats:

  • Mass Market Paperback: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca (March 4, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1402266898
  • ISBN-13: 978-1402266898

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Books in the Heart of the Wolf series in the order they should be read:
Heart of the Wolf
Destiny of the Wolf
To Tempt the Wolf
Legend of the White Wolf

Seduced by the Wolf
Wolf Fever
Heart of the Highland Wolf
Dreaming of the Wolf
A SEAL in Wolf’s Clothing
A Howl for a Highlander
A Highland Werewolf Wedding
A SEAL Wolf Christmas
Silence of the Wolf
Hero of a Highland Wolf
A Highland Wolf Christmas

 

Tom Silver took his responsibilities as the sub-pack leader very seriously, and was not happy at being told to watch out for the reporter who had come to Silver Town when there were other, deeper concerns threatening the wolf-run town. The human farmers were upset about wolf tracks around their pastures, and the pack leader …

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Summary : I liked seeing Elizabeth’s courage in the face of a kidnapping and her determination to discover who was responsible for the murder of her parents. This is a story that easily captured my interest, and I am curious to see what happens next for the Silver Town residents.

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My name is Mary, and I’m a serious book junkie, with a large personal collection of reading material. I’m fascinated by ghosts, the paranormal, and true crime stories. I love discovering the possibilities in the next world and am curious about the reasons people do what they do in this one. I’ve been reading since the age of 3, and always have a book or two or three going. I’m an elementary school substitute teacher, and I always have a book or two in my “bag of tricks”. My new favorite is “Frog in a Bog”. My husband and daughter do not share my passion for books, and secretly think I’ve gone over the top with my collecting and reading habits, but I firmly believe there are worse habits I could have!

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