A SEAL IN WOLF'S CLOTHING
This entry in Spear’s werewolf series is competently written, but somehow the characters never quite take off. But if you are looking for a fast, light, paranormal romance, this one will definitely fill the bill.
Now that Hunter has found his mate and gone on his honeymoon, sister Meara plans to seize the opportunity to find a mate without a glowering SEAL brother scaring everybody off. She invites a series of alpha males to rent the vacation cabins she and her brother run, to see if one of them is “the one.” Unfortunately, she doesn’t know that there is an assassin gunning for anybody connected with Hunter’s team. Finn, a member of the team, does know this and has shown up to keep an eye on Meara. This is totally going to spoil the mood. Finn is not the settling-down type, so he is off the list, and he is worse than Meara’s brother about keeping other potential love interests away. However, dead bodies start turning up, instead of suitors, so it looks like Meara will be stuck with Finn. And the smoldering pheromones they are trading back and forth will just have to calm down because she is sure that he can’t be her mate. Can he? (SOURCEBOOKS, Mar., 352 pp., $7.99)