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Seduced by the Wolf (Heart of the Wolf) by [Spear, Terry]
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Book 4 in Terry Spear's Heart of the Wolf Series

His first priority is to protect his pack
Werewolf pack leader Leidolf Wildhaven has just taken over a demoralized pack. With rogue wolves on the loose causing havoc and the authorities from the zoo suddenly zeroing in on the local wolf population, the last thing he needs in his territory is a do-gooder female, no matter how beautiful and enticing she is...

She'll do anything to help wolves
Biologist Cassie Roux has dedicated her life to protecting wolves in the wild. On a desperate mission to help a she-wolf with newborn pups, the last thing Cassie needs right now is a nosy and entirely too attractive werewolf pack leader trying to track her down...

With rogue wolves and hunters threatening at every turn, Cassie and Leidolf may find their attraction the most dangerous force of all.

Heart of the Wolf Series:
Heart of the Wolf (Book 1)
To Tempt the Wolf (Book 2)
Legend of the White Wolf (Book 3)
Seduced by the Wolf (Book 4)

Praise for Terry Spear:
"The vulpine couple's chemistry crackles off the page, but the real strength... lies in Spear's depiction of pack power dynamics as well as in the details of human-wolf interaction. Her wolf world feels at once palpable and even plausible."-Publishers Weekly
"Chilling suspense and sizzling romance... The dark, sexy alpha hero will capture you-body, mind, and soul."-Nicole North, author of Devil in a Kilt
"If action, romance, and suspense are what you are looking for in a story, then look no further."-Night Owl Romance

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
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  • Print Length: 411 pages
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca (9 July 2010)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003V4BPYW
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #238,363 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great World Building 5 August 2010
By Lunataina - Published on
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Terry Spear excels at world building. Her werewolf series describes pack life and pack dynamics like no other series does. They are simply a joy to read for that alone. However, as a result of the attention to detail she puts into the society and world building aspects of her novels, the action in the plot slows down significantly. This book is no exception. The plot moves slowly but surely. I liked the characters. In fact I really liked Leidolf from the time he was introduced in previous novels. There is something about red headed alpha males I just love. The fact that Leidolf is also caring, smart, tenacious and every other quality you want to see in an alpha male just made it even more perfect. Although I liked Cassie, I was never really able to identify with her much. If it weren't for the fact that she complimented Leidolf well I would not have liked her very much. She is not sympathetic and the fact that even towards the end she was still pouting about her traveling just irked me. In fact if there is any one reason why I think this book did not satisfy as much as it should, a weak point, it would be Cassie. The book introduced many secondary characters which I loved, particularly Ethan and Alice. The character of Carver was also very interesting and I would have liked to see more about how his situation played out. After reading the book I have to say that it was a solid read, it is not light reading, it needed to speed up a bit and to show more interaction with the main characters. If you follow the series, you won't want to miss it. If you are new to the series you will not want to start with this one. It's good, I enjoyed it, but it really was not the best in the series. That was a shame considering that Leidolf is such a great character and his story did not pop as much as it should have.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not Feeling the Seduction 17 March 2012
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Wolf biologist Cassie Roux is passionate about wolf conservation and education. She studies wolves intently, gives speeches and lectures on pack social structure and ecological impact, and spends time with them in their natural habitat. Though considering Cassie is a rare, lone red lupus garou raised by a pack of full-blooded wolves after her family and pack were slaughtered by hunters, it's her natural habitat, too.

She's in Oregon to give a lecture in a small town two hours out of Portland...and to track a female red lupus in the wilderness out there. The last thing she wants to do while she's working is attract the attention of any of the lupus garou pack in the area. Cassie is technically trespassing without permission from the pack leaders. She can only hope that the hunter's spray will keep her scent masked, or the trip is going to get very, very complicated.

Especially after catching the eye of the one male she should absolutely avoid.

Leidolf Wildhaven is both a rancher and the relatively new pack alpha for a red lupus garou pack still reeling from the mismanagement and mistreatment from its previous alpha. Leidolf is still in the process of establishing his command, fixing the many and varied problems of the pack, and settling into his responsibility. He needs a mate. He's been searching for one for a long time now. It's what drew him into the area months ago.

It's a pity that the wolf-friendly Dr. Cassie Roux smells as human as can be. She's a beautiful redhead, vibrant and passionate, and she stirs something deep inside him that no female - human or lupus garou - has ever come close to. Her love of wolves is just whipped cream on top of all that. Then he finds out that Cassie has been masking her scent, that she is, in fact, one of his kind. And she's a lone wolf with an independent streak a mile wide.

Oh yeah, one more thing pack alpha Leidolf Wildhaven knows from the first time he catches her lupus garou scent...Cassie Roux is his.


I'm starting to wonder if it's me. Despite this series having all bells and whistles I usually enjoy in paranormal romance, as well as the authentic wolf biology that has been deftly woven into the supernatural elements, I wasn't overly fond of the first book and found this one only marginally more appealing. Unfortunately, this highly touted series just isn't working for me so far.

Maybe I picked the wrong two books in the series to read in sequence, because frankly, one of the problems I had in this book was how similar certain plot elements were to the first. Part of that was my own mistake. I thought this one was the second in the series when I started it, and given the content, I maintained that belief through to the end. The story picked up shortly after the events of Heart of the Wolf, featured backstory and characters introduced in that book, and was set in the same location. It wasn't until I was finished that I found out there were several books between the two.

Also unfortunate, several of the larger issues I had with that one continued to vex me in this one. The excessive minutia and tendency towards repetition in the narrative is a consistent issue. Unnecessary details are drawn out and major themes, such as Cassie's desire to stay clear of a pack and not be made the alpha's mate, are reiterated again and again. Such unnecessary overwriting bogs down the plot of the book, slows the pacing, and limits the development of external conflict.

The plot itself is another issue for me. Too often several things in this story happen in a flurry of poorly-defined action and scanty prose, followed by long sections of overly-described scenes that become boring to me when I want more action or a solid plot conflict. It makes it hard for me to connect with the story at times, especially during the scenes in the woods where everyone and their brother are stirring up all manner of trouble and guys with guns prance around willy-nilly, tranquilizing or shooting whoever is in the way. That gets a little confusing in places.

There were subtle touches of humor in a handful of places in this book that I heartily enjoyed, as well as characters who were more appealing to me personally as romantic leads than Bella and Devlyn, so there are some positive elements about the read. I just wish the bare bones of the storyline had more to offer in originality and the weight of the narrative had been ruthlessly edited to allow for a much greater expansion of the underdeveloped external conflicts in the plot. I'm going to give this series one more try, but if the next book strikes me as similar in plot or as weighted down in the narrative as this one, I'm afraid I'm going to have to give up the ghost on this series.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Seduced by the Wolf is fabulous! 18 October 2014
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Another fabulous story brought to us by Terry Spear. I got hooked with the Highland Wolves Series and that's was just the beginning.

In this one we have Leidolf and alpha leader trying to rebuilt a badly abused pack and looking to have peace in his own life. He things life is pretty easy until he meets wolf Biologist Cassie Roux.

Cassie Roux is desperate to save a red wolf and her cubs but first she has to avoid being found out by the werewolves in the area. Too bad that she can't seem to be able to avoid the Alpha of the pack and that sparks go off every time they are near each other.

Can Cassie accomplish her goal and keep her secret? Can she avoid getting tangled with the sexy Alpha? Read on and find out, while you enjoy the majestic descriptions of the locations, situations and pack members.
5.0 out of 5 stars This is book four in this awesome series, but can be read as a stand alone too. Leidolf is back and with his pack in this action 3 September 2016
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She's there to give a lecture on wolves in the wild. When her truck is sabatoged right before shes supposed to go to the lecture. Leidolf is sent to pick her up. Cassie is surprised and scared when she finds out who he is. Will he find out who and what she is? Leidolf being intrigued by the woman voes to get to know her better. But theres danger close by. Will they be able to remain safe and find love?
Definitely would recommend to adults! Can't wait for the next book! Love this series!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars When will this book end??? 8 July 2011
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I got this book because it was being offered for free and I just got my Kindle so every book that said free I downloaded....that being said this has got to be one of the most boring, predictable, and long winded books I have ever read. There is so much going on in the first 13 chapters that you want to scream. It's like the author just didn't have a clue how to tie them all in and honestly I'm halfway through it and it still isn't coming together. This is just horrible. It's a romance novel which are awful in their own right but there isn't much romance unless you count the unfortunate mention of "his staff" and her "thatch of red" God!!! I'm so upset that I have wasted this much time on this book. I'm almost embarrassed to admit I have it...thank GOD it isn't on my shelf but tucked away in my kindle where no one will ever know....beside whoever reads this review....

Oh, it's about wolves, their need to mate, people who want to kill them, people who want to help them, and a whole plot of nothing but a bunch of crap that never amounts to anything...maybe so in the end but I highly doubt it. I have a rule where I finish a book no matter how bad I can't stand it but I thought I should warn any and everyone about this one.