SEAL Wolf #4
On Sale: February 2, 2016
Featuring: Allan Rappaport; Debbie Renaud
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Love spells danger for an alpha SEAL wolf and the woman
steals his heart in this steamy shifter romance from USA
Today bestselling author Terry Spear
His love is dangerous
As a Navy SEAL and police diver, alpha wolf shifter Allan
Rappaport knows how to handle tough situations, but the
arrival of a human diving partner-especially one as
attractive as Debbie Renaud-is a whole new challenge.
Getting involved is dangerous, but Debbie's offers are hard
to resist. As the heat between them rises and a murder plot
thickens, Allan is on the brink of exposing his biggest
But she's diving in headfirst
For Debbie, working with another top-notch diver like Allan
is too good to be true, and their mutual attraction is
hotter than she could have dreamed. Debbie suspects he's
hiding something, though, and she's set on figuring it
out-one off-duty rendezvous at a time. But when Debbie gets
between a werewolf hunter and his intended victim, suddenly
she is plunged straight into the heart of Allan's world-a
world she never knew existed.
23 comments posted.
Re: SEAL Wolf in Too Deep
I would have to say that you have to use a leash or something because the
wolf might not be trained and can be dangerous. Atleast until you can assess
the wolfs mindset.
(Lily Shah 9:50am February 4, 2016)
It might seem radical but maybe a tranquilizer dart.
(Linda Henderson 10:43am February 4, 2016)
I don't like the tranquiller dart...
(Bonnie Capuano 11:59am February 4, 2016)
Hmmm, would he be able to get a leash or muzzle on the wolf in the first place... interesting, not sure... maybe just talk to the wolf!?
(Colleen Conklin 12:23pm February 4, 2016)
It would depend on the mood of the wolf! If she's hostile, as
you mention, and I couldn't calm her down first, then it would
have to be the crate or a tranquilizer. Otherwise, I'd just
let her crawl in the back seat and get comfortable.
(Janie McGaugh 2:05pm February 4, 2016)
Well I guess I'd try what I do with stray rescue animals I've come across,
which is have food as a lure, use a gent long voice, and a crate to put them
But since it's a werewolf the food would be a steak instead of kibble? And
the gentle words would be as no condescending as possible 😂
(Bella Franco 4:49pm February 4, 2016)
I think most effective and safe would be by medicated dart
to knock out for enough time to get the wolf safely to the
(G. Bisbjerg 10:17pm February 4, 2016)
I would use the medicated dart also , that seems like the best way without doing any harm .
(Joan Thrasher 11:21am February 5, 2016)
if she is hostile then I would set up a trap and I don't think I could use a dart.
(Jennifer Beck 4:08pm February 5, 2016)
I guess a trap..or tranquilizer..
(Gwenn Ostman 7:08pm February 5, 2016)
Only thing that comes to my mind is Put a muzzle on it and
carry it so he won't get turned too. I don't believe in
physical harm in animals. The best way is to avoid hurting a
wolf is to not to use anything to hurt it. Like drugging,
weapons or traps can hurt them.
(Megan Glass 8:11pm February 5, 2016)
I don't like the tranquilizer dart
(Bonnie Capuano 9:29am February 6, 2016)
I read this book and must say, Allan was very brave in his attempts to help the new wolf. I laughed through a lot of it. Guess all you need is love after all.
(Annetta Sweetko 8:51pm February 6, 2016)
a tranquilizer would be the safest idea.
(Stacey Smith 9:02pm February 6, 2016)
A tranquilizer dart.
(Angela Daffern 12:44pm February 7, 2016)
I think I would try bribing with food first because I would
hate to cause any harm. If the food didn't work I would try
a leash next but if the wolf got too panicky then I would
use a tranquilizer.
(Crystal Cox 1:48am February 7, 2016)
I think the tranquilizer dart.
(Blanche Nixon 4:45pm February 7, 2016)
I don't like the tranquilizer dart they use!
(Bonnie Capuano 8:40pm February 8, 2016)
I think Allan should bring the wolf with a sort of loving
caution if that makes sense. Animals respond to many
postive emotions. I feel it would help the wolf trust
Allan...I would try to do something similar ^^
(Hylla Jackson 9:31pm February 8, 2016)
It all depends on where you're starting from and how human the wolf is. But
I vote cage.
(Laura Gullickson 4:03pm February 9, 2016)
slowly & carefully, with food & kindness
(Diane Sallans 8:07pm February 9, 2016)
I'm all for a tranquilizer. Reduces stress for everybody and less likely to get
(Melinda Stephens 9:39pm February 9, 2016)
A newly trained wolf could be dangerous.
(Bonnie Capuano 10:20pm February 9, 2016)
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