CJ Silver and his brothers have returned to Silver Town eager to reconnect with the pack. And with the she-wolf newcomers renovating the old Victorian Silver Town Hotel, it looks like the holidays are going to be very merry indeed.
Laurel MacTire and her sisters are excited to be living in a wolf-run town, but they have another motive- to solve the fifty-year-old mystery of their aunt's disappearance. When CJ gets a whiff of trouble brewing, his protective instincts kick in-now Laurel has a hotel opening to prepare for, a mystery to solve, and a brawny wolf shifter underfoot. Perhaps she should have resisted the temptation to kiss him so wickedly in the snow.
Silver Wolf Christmas is by the talented author, Terry Spear. I have had the opportunity to read many titles by this author and have loved every one of them, this book being no exception. I found this story to be a little bit of a treat as it gave us a spooky element to the usual shifter story; its not every day you get to read about shifters and 'ghosts' in the same story.
The main characters in Silver Wolf Christmas is the lovely Laurel MacTire and the sexy CJ Silver who heat up the story quite well. There is plenty of secrets to keep this pair apart but they seem to always be thrown together. We also have a lot to do with Laurel and CJ siblings which is a nice sideline the main event.
Laurel and her sisters have come to Silver Town to renovate an old hotel which also happens to be the last place that their Aunt was ever seen. They hope to find out some information on their aunt as well as renovating the hotel and make a little profit. Do they stay. Do they go. These are two questions that constantly run through their minds as they fix the hotel.
CJ has returned home with his brothers to settle down again within the wolf pack. Things are starting to look up when Laurel enters the story. CJ knows she is his and is determined to prove it to her while protecting her with his life.
This story had everything to keep the reader interested. It had the usual love match, which is so sweet and believable that you wish it was real life but it also had such depth and character that you just want to read page after page until you get to the ending. It also had mystery, lots of mystery that you do wonder at times whether it should be classed as mystery, but then you have the action and you know for sure its in the right category.