Today’s special guests for The Mating Game is Duncan MacNeill and Shelley Campbell from A Howl for a Highlander by Terry Spear. The tenth novel in the Heart of the Wolf series was released on February 5, 2013. Stay for the end of the post and enter for a giveaway of a paperback of A Howl for a Highlander! Please welcome Duncan and Shelley!
What did you think when you first laid eyes on your mate? Duncan of Shelley—she was all wolf, of course, but something more. Scottish, I was pretty certain. And alone. Wearing tons of faux silver. For a wolf, that meant she had tenacity. Not to mention she was totally hot.
Describe your mate in three words. Stubborn, proud, SEXY—Shelley said of Duncan. Wait, got to mention STAMINA. Very important. Did you know he even had a part in a movie? Sword fighting in a kilt. Now how hot is that???
What is the most unique place you have ever made woopie together? The Caribbean—if the sharks had come to nibble, Duncan would have taken care of it—he has this special technique, you see.
If you could have your mate dress in anything you want, and we do mean ANYTHING, what would choose? Nothing at all. The Speedo was fine for the fooling around part, but when it comes to the final moves, lose the suit, Shelley says.
Leather or lace? Fur. Sorry, it’s a wolf thing, both Duncan and Shelley said.
What is your idea of a romantic date? I have to say Duncan said he wasn’t the romantic type, but don’t believe that for a moment. Taking a sunset cruise, swimming beside a pirate’s ship with him, making the moves in the shadows, or snorkeling with him while feeding the rays, taking a wolf run through the forest on a moonlit night—all seemed pretty romantic to me.
What is the most embarrassing thing you’ve done in front of your mate? Let her take me down in a wolf to human tussle. If it hadn’t been for her perfectly placed flowery suitcase, never would have happened, Duncan said about Shelley.
What was the first thing that attracted you about your mate? His feral look. A wolf looks at you like that, and you know you’ve got trouble, Shelley said about Duncan.
Underwear – yes or no. Yes and no. If he’s wearing a kilt, no. Definitely no.
What is the best decision you have ever made? Taking a trip to Grand Cayman Island. Both said.
Between the sheets or on top? Either or on the floor, in the ocean, manmade waterfall, just wherever the mood strikes.
The sexiest noise my mate makes is _____growls______.
My mate’s sexiest article of clothing is __kilt—though the Speedo is pretty hot too…_____.
Hot Summer days or cold Winter nights? Both are pretty great, but for this trip, the Grand Cayman Islands were the best.
Would your mate rather have chocolates or flowers for Valentine’s Day? Rare steak. It’s a wolf thing. Both said.
Bestselling and award-winning author Terry Spear has written a couple of dozen paranormal romance novels and two medieval Highland historical romances. Her first werewolf romance, Heart of the Wolf, was named a 2008 Publishers Weekly’s Best Book of the Year, and her subsequent titles have garnered high praise and hit the USA Today bestseller list. A retired officer of the U.S. Army Reserves, Terry lives in Crawford, Texas, where she is working on her next werewolf romance and continuing her new series about shapeshifting jaguars.
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This giveaway is provided by Sourcebooks
One lucky winner will receive a paperback copy of A Howl for a Highlander by Terry Spear
Available February 1, 2013 from Sourcebooks
About this Book:
A Highland Wolf on a Mission…
Duncan MacNeill is hell-bent on catching the thief who’s stolen the clan’s fortune and run off to Grand Cayman Island. Duncan has rarely left his homeland and he couldn’t care less about an island paradise. He never expected to find a beautiful distraction who will show him just how appealing paradise can be…
Meets a Dangerous Distraction…
Lone wolf and botanist Shelley Campbell headed to the island to study the old growth forests. She didn’t count on meeting a handsome Highlander who can’t keep his paws off her.
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