Praise for Seduced by the Wolf:
"With just enough wolf detail and werewolf lore, this action-packed story crackles with mystery, adventure, violence, and passion."
It's a matter of pride...
Modern day werewolf laird Ian MacNeill reluctantly allows a film production company to use his castle, but he knows his secretive clan has a big problem when a beautiful red werewolf female who insists she's working on the film keeps showing up in the wrong places... and a matter of pleasure...
Julia Wildthorn is not who she says she is--she's sneaking into Argent Castle to steal an ancient relic for her grandfather and to do research for her next werewolf romance novel. When she catches a glimpse of Ian, she realizes he's the perfect hero...
Praise for Legend of the White Wolf:
"A thrilling, engaging, wonderful ride."
"Romance, adventure, and a paranormal twist...If you like your werewolf stories with a bit of a bite, then pick this series up now."
--Night Owl Romance (Reviewer Top Pick)
Julia Wildthorn is willing to do almost anything to get into Argent Castle, stronghold of the MacNeill clan, even hiding her identity and her career as a romance writer to masquerade as a personal assistant on a film crew. Getting into the castle proves more difficult that Julia had first imagined, especially since Laird Ian MacNeill is opposed to the film crew roaming about his property unsupervised, but she is determined to search the entire castle, if necessary, in order to locate the rosewood box that holds the key to her future.
Laird Ian MacNeill takes his responsibilities to his pack very seriously and is definitely regretting that he ever agreed to allow this madness of a film crew onto his property. Intent on protecting his clan and property from harm, he senses Julia's lupus garou heritage and becomes suspicious when he discovers her in his bedchamber after learning she had broken into the castle through the secret tunnels. As Ian and Julia grow closer, the tangled histories of their families become clearer, and Ian agrees to help Julia in her search for the rosewood box. Even with interference from the Sutherland clan and the unwelcome presence of the film crew, Ian is determined to claim Julia as his mate and defend her honor.
Julia and Ian's romance quickly developed, especially after Ian's aunt delved into the family histories and legends and discovered the two were fated to be together. I enjoyed Ian's alpha behavior and his protectiveness and liked that Julia was no longer a lone wolf after being absorbed into Ian's pack. I really appreciated that the author allowed the storyline to develop without hammering the reader with innumerable wolf references and side comments. This was an interesting story that easily captured my attention, and as always, I look forward to reading more about this lupus garou pack.
I couldn't put this book down. Something made Ian so hot as you read through this book. And generally, I can't wrap my brain around thinking someone that grows fur, a tail, walks on four legs and may be prone to puppy breath is hot. For me, this was a twist on a great Highlander novel. I've always loved them, but this is the first I've read with a supernatural effect to it (the wolf thing).
The character development in this book was absolutely wonderful (and I feel I haven't gotten to say that in quite awhile). One of the fun parts of this book, is that our hot hero is a quad. Yes, FOUR other hot kilt wearing Highlanders. If that doesn't make the book, I don't know what does.
Seriously--all the characters are great and have their own bit of fire that makes them stand out. You don't put down the book and remember the hero and the heroine--you put down the book remembering almost every single character.
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June 07, 2011
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