The Wolf Wore Plaid by Terry Spear

Posted August 2, 2021 by Marsha in NetGalley, Paranormal Romance, Series, Sexual Content, Sourcebooks Casablanca / 2 Comments

This Highland lass is a little too unpredictable, but maybe that’s exactly what an overprotective Highland wolf needs in his life.

Enrick MacQuarrie has no time in his life to worry about anything beyond the duties of being the second-in-command of his Highland pack. Work always comes first. Until a movie being filmed at Enrick’s castle results in an enemy clan bent on revenge, and Enrick is tasked with keeping his longtime packmate Heather MacNeil safe.

Impetuous Heather MacNeil has had a crush on Enrick for as long as she can remember, but never any hope he’d reciprocate her interest. But a battle between the clans turns into something deeper between the two wolves, and Heather’s wildness might be just the thing to teach Enrick that all work and no play makes for a very frustrated alpha.

Titles in the Highland Wolf Series include — Heart of the Highland Wolf – A Howl for a Highlander – A Highland Werewolf Wedding – Hero of a Highland Wolf – A Highland Wolf Christmas – The Wolf Wore Plaid –

This is an adult 18+ story that contains language, possible violence, and sexual situations geared to an adult audience.

Title:  The Wolf Wore Plaid
Series:  Highland Wolf #6
Author:  Terry Spear
Genre:  Paranormal Romance
Published:  April 27, 2021
Publisher:  Sourcebooks Casablanca
My Rating:  4 stars

The Wolf Wore Plaid takes us back to the Highland Wolf series and to familiar faces, couples we’ve met before, and an enemy both Heather and Enrick will need to deal with.  While you could read this on on its own and be entertained while enjoying yourself there are characters making appearances from earlier books in the series (which makes this a perfect catch up with old friends kind of story).  I will always suggest reading a series from the beginning, but if you can’t do that then you’ll not be lost and will enjoy this romance full of shifters, danger, and some very stubborn soon-to-be mates.

A movie being filmed at the castle opens up an opportunity for an enemy clan/pack to cause some serious trouble for Enrick’s clan/pack.  And these bad guys won’t hesitate to use anything or anyone to win their battles.  Enrick has always felt something for Heather but he wasn’t fast enough to work on those feelings before she was to be mated to another man.  His death a few years ago is still haunting (and endangering) Heather to this day.  Now with the pack on high alert for danger during this filming, and everything connected to that project not going exactly as expected Enrick and Heather will find themselves drawn not only to each other as mates, but into further danger as the enemy gets bolder.

I loved Heather’s pie/bakeshop where the staff dresses in period costumes… or in their own older clothing as some of these shifters have been around for a very, very long time.  It’s that kind of tongue-in-cheek, smiling with a knowing the truth kind of smirk that gave me more than a few chuckles during The Wolf Wore Plaid.  We also get the chance to catch up a bit with some of the characters from the earlier stories.  I had fun back in this world, and if you love a good Shifter/Paranormal Romance with a dash of danger, lots of sizzle, and don’t forget the Highlanders… then you’d have a blast here.

*I received an e-ARC of this novel from the publisher via NetGalley. That does not change what I think of this story.  It is my choice to leave a review giving my personal opinion about this book.*

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2 responses to “The Wolf Wore Plaid by Terry Spear

  1. I definitely love how this author portrays her highlander shifters. They are so fun. Good to know there is a fun story ahead with this one here.

    Lovely review.

    • Marsha

      I love this large-ish, over-lapping world of all the wolf series – but, really who can walk away from a sexy Highlander who just happens to turn into a wolf? Not me, that’s for certain. I will never pass up a chance to read a story by Terry Spear. 🙂