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Friday, April 13, 2012

Review: The Wolf Who Loved Me by Lydia Dare

The Wolf Who Loved Me
Westfield Wolves #5
by Lydia Dare
Paperback, 384 pages
April 3rd 2012 by Sourcebooks
ISBN 9781402263460
Netgalley courtesy of publisher.
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?
Lady Madeline Hayburn is called upon to lend her respectability and introduce the Hadley brothers to society. Mr. Weston Hadley admires her from afar, yet his very presence draws her in...


Lexi’s Thoughts:

What happens when you take a Regency romance and throw in a little paranormal twist? You get another great novel from Lydia Dare. The Wold Who Loved Me is the perfect blend of historical and paranormal, so any fans of these genres are in for a treat!

Madeline is the perfect Lady, from the top of her well coiffed head down to her clean little toes. She has been pampered, spoiled, and raised to marry and produce children. And up to now she has complied and followed her Father’s every wish. But when she gets the chance to experience passion she grabs on with both hands and will not let go.

Weston is a man who lives off little, takes risks, gets into trouble and laughs the whole way through. He knows how to live and love life. He also happens to be a werewolf (well he doesn’t mind the term so we will use it). It is his recklessness that ends up changing his whole life, but in the end despite the stress and difficulties Weston might just say it was the best stupid thing he has ever done.

The Wolf Who Loved Me is a sweet romance, a rushed marriage, two people that were nearly strangers getting to know each other, and the decision to follow love or give up. Of course this wouldn’t be a Westfield Wolves novel with out some handsome shifters, and this book doesn’t disappoint. Now we can only hope that the other brothers and Lord Dovenby will get their own "tails" told.



Rating 3 Wine Glasses



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