Genre: Paranormal Romance/Historical/Wolf
ARC Copy provided by Net Galley
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~ About the Book ~
A new sexy Regency paranormal trilogy by bestselling author Lydia Dare features hunky werewolves who need to learn how to behave in polite society. Can this pack of 'gentlemen' be trained in the ways of the ton, or is it too late to teach an old Lycan new tricks?
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~ Book Review ~
I truly enjoyed this story from start to finish.
First off, I have only read the first of the Westfield Wolves Series--Book One, A Certain Wolfish Charm, to be exact. It has been a while since I have read this, but I am so glad that I decided to get back to the Westfield men and the other Regency gentlemen of Dare's world. Now I must go back and finish this delicious and wolfishly sexy series.
The Wolf Who Loved Me starts out with Madeline Hayburn, a young English lady whose father is determined to see her married. Her prospects are after her love...er...money and the thought leaves Maddie feeling that she will never truly experience a passion-filled marriage.
Weston Hadley, a poor relation to the charismatic Dash (The Taming Of The Wolf) has no hopes of ever being with the woman he has loved from afar--the beautiful and well-mannered Madeline Hayburn. He has no job, no money, and no chance to woo the woman he fell in love at first sight three years ago. So he chooses to stay to the shadows.
Circumstances put the two together after Madeline witnesses Weston's transformation into the big bad Wolf...and he can no longer stick to the shadows. He must keep her from revealing what she knows in order not only to protect himself--but others of his clan. Madeline and Wes have an explosive sexual chemistry that make for wicked nights and a steamy read as the two almost-strangers embark to Scotland via a very humorous carriage ride.
What follows is a very entertaining read and the pages flew as I soaked up the words of Lydia Dare's Regency Wolves...I laughed at the Hadley brother antics and the comical ignorance of Madeline as she covers herself in dung-YES--DUNG, mistaking it for mud.
The climatic conclusion was sappy yet sweet and I made an audible "AWWWW..." as I read the ending.
|4 Horny Devils|