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Determined to confront her past and finally lay it to rest, Joelle Randall heads for the rugged Canadian Rockies to find the site of her parents' plane crash 12 years ago. What she finds, however, is a new aspect of herself and an unexpected and passionate love in the arms of the enigmatic loner Luke Gevaudan, one of the last of the legendary race of werewolves. In this debut Krinard has spun a dark, magical, and highly lyrical tale that provides a far more gentle and romantic interpretation of the werewolf mythologies than is the norm. Well written, nicely paced, and surprisingly believable, this novel may be of interest to fans of Cheri Scotch, Lori Herter, and Anne Stuart. [Krinard lives in Walnut Creek, California.]
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“Susan Krinard was born to write romance.”—Amanda Quick

“The best first novel of the decade.”—Affaire de Coeur

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  • File Size: 1168 KB
  • Print Length: 483 pages
  • Publisher: Bantam; Reprint edition (July 20, 2011)
  • Publication Date: July 20, 2011
  • Sold by: Random House LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0036S49BE
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Format: Mass Market Paperback
I found Susan Krinard's books quite by accident. At the local ubs I was in a "vampire" mood and came across Prince of Dreams by Susan which was the story of a vampire told in a very unique way. Although I did enjoy the story - enough for me to search out her other titles, nothing prepared me for Prince of Wolves. A hauntingly beautiful love story that will stay with you for a very long time. Susan's writing is extremely detailed, very informative and flows quite easily. Her stories are longer than most but I consider that a plus!
Prince of Wolves is a story about werewolves, as a race. It is also about love and happily ever after but more importantly it is the story of possibilities. This is not some far-fetched, way out there type book about some evil beings... it is well-written and almost (I do stress the almost) makes you want to believe in the possibility of a race of this kind. Intense and powerful with a plot that will continually surprise you.
Joelle Randall was a strong heroine with normal human weaknesses. She had beauty, grace and intelligence (a requirement in every heroine as far as I am concerned) but what she also had was faith. Her trust in what could not be possible gave her a sort of inner glow that was both positive and alluring.
Luke Gévaudan. Well what can you say about a man that is part wolf... Sexy doesn't cover it! He was a legend come true and he made you believe in the impossible! He was clever, he was strong and loving and power just oozed out of his pores.
I absolutely fell in love with everything about this book. All of the characters, main, secondary, villain... everyone played an important role and each voice was crucial to the story. Susan has a unique way of blending a story together and thankfully this book has sequels! Prince of Shadows, Touch of the Wolf and Once a Wolf.
If you're in the mood for something wild, read Prince of Wolves!
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Being an avid wolf lover and romance book reviewer made me pick up this book. Ms. Krinard's talent and style, along with her clear, precise knowledge of wolves and people, kept me engrossed until the end of the book. Her expertise is laying the foundations of her characters and cutting right to their minds and the heart of their emotions.
She uses the wolf (or werewolf) as a backdrop for her books, capturing their spirit, essence, power and mystery. She uses the beast for comparison of the power of all the senses and the wildness of desires, needs and instincts that we all have within us.
She delves deep into the minds and hearts of her characters, dragging every emotion out of them, only to bring them to their knees during the struggle to survive, protect, overcome fear, avenge hate and even search for love.
Joelle ran from her past, then confronts it, along with her fears and weaknesses, hoping to overcome them and find her inner strength and go on. Luke is the ultimate loner, unable to let down his guard and allow trust and love in his life while hiding his secret.
Ms. Krinard takes them through a journey of discovering where each fits into the bigger picture. In spite of little chance for the two to survive the dangers they can pose to the other, the attraction cannot be denied.
She places them at odds with intensity, sensuality and a constant inner battle not to give in to the animal urges and basic instincts to come together. Ultimately, they have to team up and learn trust if either is to survive the adventure.
Krinard has a unique style and flair for capturing every emotion and using it to expose each strength, fear and weakness of her characters, only to bring them to their knees during the struggle to survive.
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Joelle Randall goes to the Canadian rockies to confront her past, to find the place where her parents disappeared in a plane crash accident years ago. There she meets Luke Gevaudan, a mysterious man who is shunned and feared by the locals. Luke is a French Canadian and is also a werewolf. He's a loner and lives by himself in a cabin high up in the mountains. Joelle hires him to guide her through the rockies to find the crash site. During their trip, Joelle slowly finds herself attracted to Luke, despite his dangerous traits. Luke is a well known womaniser and has a reputation for charming the ladies to his cabin but noone knows what happens to these ladies afterwards. In Joelle he has found his soul mate and is afraid to fall in love with her because of the consequences. Once a werewolf finds his soul mate, he will be attached to her forever. Can Joelle and Luke keep going on denying their attraction for each other despite their growing feelings?
This book is full of atmosphere and sexual tension. All of Susan Krinard's werewolves are devilishly attractive and handsome. They always hide a hidden past and Luke is no exception. There is loads of suspense and you will find yourself urging on Luke and Joelle to get together. Joelle is reluctant at first to fall for Luke until she finds a softer side in him. This is a great read and I definitely recommend it to all romance readers.
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By A Customer on March 22, 1999
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I have read Sue Krinard's Prince of Wolves and I can't say enough about this book. I usually read my Romance Novels while I do my treadmill, and I actually did an extra 2 miles because I didn't want to stop reading. This book has everything a Romance Reader could possibly want in a book...I couldn't put it down. I recommend it to anyone who loves romance.
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