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- Print Length: 321 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1071081322
- Publisher: Dragonblade Publishing, Inc.; 1 edition (June 27, 2019)
- Publication Date: June 27, 2019
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07GZY95Q2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,849 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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BlackWolfe: Sons of de Wolfe (de Wolfe Pack Book 7) Kindle Edition
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Edward de Wolfe is different than the other de Wolfe men. He isn't the warrior that his 4 older brothers are. He was trained to be a knight, as all the others, but Edward chose a different path. He wanted to do something in life that would set him apart from the others and make his father and family proud. He's diplomatic just like his grandfather was. He is an incredible negotiator for the king. Edward has a pull to go home. He hasn't been home in years but something is drawing him there. When he arrives, the whole de Wolfe family is there along with the Hages and de Norvilles. And so is his childhood nemesis.
Cassiopeia de Norville has finally come home after spending years in London learning to be a lady. She's grown up into a beautiful woman with grace and poise. Her father is determined to find her a husband.
When Cassie sees that Edward is home the two finally are able to speak as adults and put aside their childhood animosity. As they realize the attraction between them, they both agree to get to know each other better. There's a small problem though. There is another knight very determined to have Cassiopeia and he'll stop at nothing to get what he wants.
I could not put this book down. I loved the characters that were revisited from The Wolfe. Kathryn never disappoints me. This series is literally my favorite books of all time. I can read them over and over.
It's a must have.
A gathering of all the families of de Wolfe, de Norville and Hage for the marriage of a de Wolfe and a Royans of The Lyceum. What a wonderful group of handsome, strong men and beautiful ladies, some warriors themselves! But this tale is focused on Edward de Wolfe who is really more of a peace maker and diplomat while being very intelligent and did I mention handsome? Well he is the son of one of the most hansome men alive!
Edward loves his family but has always felt a little different, being in the middle of the pack of siblings. When he heard Cassiopeia de Norville was coming her could only groan. She had been the bain of his entire young life it seemed! She was always so annoying! She took every opportunity to harrass him that she could and I loved that it was her as an annoyance to a lad instead of the other way around!
Cassie has just returned from London and has grown into a beautiful woman but feels a little tense about seeing Edward. Then her father is pushing her to marry and Edward seems to be one of the candidates! But as they spend time together they are finally able to put childhood behind and the attraction slowly grows between them.
But is anything ever that easy? Of course not and we wouldn't have it any other way! Step in another man who wants her for himself and will stop at nothing to have her!
Another spectacular story that captured my imagination and emotions in the world of Kathryn Le Veque, only to make my heart to sigh when I turned the last page! Loved it!
He has made a big success in his chosen work and gained land and a title, but that doesn't stop him feeling inadequate when he is among the family.
He has however returned home for a huge family get together. His great love for his family has never wavered, but there is one person he didn't want to see.
Cassiopeia de Norville has also returned home after years in the Queen's court. She has grown into a strong minded and independent young lady. Her mother however decides it's past time for her to find a husband, and what better time than when so many are gathered for a celebration. Her father has his own ideas on how to make his choice for her, come up to scratch quickly.
What none of them know is someone in the area has murder on his mind. Lives are set to change drastically in just a few days.
A very exciting, funny and at times emotional story. We meet the whole extended family and enjoy all their different personalities. As is usual for me when I read one of this author's books, I could not put it down. I cried in some places and giggled in others. The heartbreak felt by the wonderfully emotional father at the very end added a great touch.
Thank you so much Kathryn Le Veque for another great story.
Paris and Caladora Scott de Norville
and Kieran and Jemma Scott Hage , of course William de Wolfe and his wife Jordan Scott de Wolf
Jordan, Jemma and Caladora.are
After many long years being apart the families are back together
Edward de Wolfe and Cassiopeia de Norville,were bitter enemies as they were growing up. Now that they are grown up Cassiopeia realized that
she just attention.
Now we have a Knight who has been raised to hate William de Wolfe. His name is Sir Daniel de Motte. the captain of the army at Deauxville Mount. Daniel sees Cassiopeia and wants to meet her.
She is not impressed with his smooth talk.
So many things happen that if I kept writing this review it would be like a short story.
Kathryn Le Veque is an excellent writer!! This book is another winner!!
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Handsome, intelligent, heroic, muscular diplomat Edward de Wolfe yearns for approval from his father William, he wants William to be proud of him and his achievements, especially as he is not an active warrior like his brothers.
The conversations that Edward has with his father are extremely moving, especially towards the end of this book, as are the many other conversations engaged by the other characters too.
This is an emotionally sensitive and evocative tale.
Paris and William's conversations are hilarious, as two old war dogs who love each other deeply, spa fondly together.
The book is so vividly descriptive and this is due to Kathryn Le Veque, who is an outstanding wordsmith.
You find yourself ensconced in the midst of the de Wolfe family and their de Norville and Hage friends and family. The camaraderie and love that they all have for each other is felt all the way through this tale of becoming your own person.
Warmth oozes off most pages and you find yourself smiling through some of the chapters. Hector de Norville's sons are a comical double act, Atreus and Hermes.
But the darker side to this story is about distorted truths and family relationships too.
The heroine Cassiopeia is a delightful character and the perfect partner for Edward. Having tormented him in their youth, she has grown up to be intelligent, articulate, humorous, kind, loving and stunningly beautiful. Edward and Cass iopeia's conversations together are warm and soft and you can feel their attraction towards each other growing as they find friendship and then love.
Be prepared to have tears in your eyes while reading this tale.
Kathryn wites with such tenderness and fondness for these characters, it makes you want to be a de Wolfe when you grow up!
Outstanding, I loved it!
What did I love about this book ?
The fact that Edward is not first and foremost a fighter, he’s a Diplomat, he uses words as his weapon, halls as his battlefield.
He’s a man of so many talents.
Cassie is a beautiful , talented young lady , she feels deeply , loves passionately, and feels strongly.
She’s a woman now , not the child who reigned terror on the young Edward De Wolfe , just as she’s grown and developed so have her feelings.
Edward has doubts, he fears he’s not enough for her or his family .
There are some touching scenes between him , William and Kieran that will have you sobbing, they did me . Go grab the tissues.
Kathryn writes these books so well , they elate and devastate in the space of a few pages, throwing your emotions to the four winds ,and showing you what an awesome writer she is , what a gift.
I love to read this series and can’t wait for the next generation, I’m sure this can’t be the end .
I received an Arc copy of this book and chose to post this review
Buy, read & enjoy ...... I most certainly did!
‘Blackwolfe’ has non stop action, a high spirited heroine and a non-standard hero. The best thing is the family setting that provides many laughs and a few poignant moments. The second best thing is the great story telling. The author never drops the ball as she takes you into her fascinating medieval world. Truly fine entertainment.