Stranded in the wilderness, these warring hearts will be forced to work together—or die together.
Gavin Summerfield—an arctic wolf shifter with a fear of flying—has to fly into the vast lakeland wilderness of northern Minnesota to track down his suspect—where his ability to shift will come in very handy. Imagine his chagrin when his pilot turns out to be the woman who tasered him last time they saw each other. Things are off to a rocky start…again.
Arctic wolf shifter Amelia White isn’t entirely displeased to see Gavin again, but priorities shift when their plane is sabotaged and goes down in the middle of nowhere. As their attraction grows, Amelia hopes Gavin doesn’t discover the secret she’s been keeping…she knows he could never forgive her…
Although Terry Spear is one of my favorite shapeshifter authors, I just can’t give more than three out of five stars for this story. After my deception of Heart of the Wolf, I was hoping that Flight of the White Wolf would be more along the lines of Dreaming of a White Wolf Christmas. Because it continues with the stories of the Arctic wolf pack we already met.
Gavin, one of the single members of the pack has been a cop, before he became a PI. He is currently on a mission to investigate whether a man is cheating on his wife during a company survival camping trip. He needs a pilot to fly him near to the campsite. Unfortunately, the only pilot available to help him out, is Amelia. The same one, who tasered him on a previous assignment.
Amelia is surprised to see Gavin again. And even more surprised to sniff him out as a (fairly) newly turned wolf shifter. Apparently something has changed between the last time Gavin saw her and now. Amelia doesn’t have a lot of time to think about their encounter, because their plane suddenly goes down and she has to use all her skills to land the plane.
Crashed and stranded, Gavin en Amelia work together to find the camping site of the company Gavin was following. During their track, they encounter several people, who act suspicious. While they try to find out who wrecked their plane, they also try to find out whether the attack was mend for one of them or for the people who where supposed to be on the plane.
Although the story has the warm and cosy Terry Spear feeling all over, this story fails to keep you warm all the time. The story is a bit too stretched and far fetched. The plot theories are just too far over the top and they distract from the big picture. So, in all, a nice ‘who-dunnit’ read, if you have enough patience.
Three out of five stars from me and a thank you to Netgalley for providing the arc.
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Published: March 2018
My Rating: ♥♥♥