- File Size: 2908 KB
- Print Length: 195 pages
- Publisher: Wolfebane Publishing Inc.; 1 edition (March 27, 2019)
- Publication Date: March 27, 2019
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07Q579R2B
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,177 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Master of the Moor: De Wolfe Pack Connected World Kindle Edition
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But fate has a way of stepping in and on the train home, he ends up sharing a compartmant with a woman and passion flairs.
Lady Gunevieve has been widowed and continues to be ostracized by the ton, due to her bloodline. But she has a plan to keep her home and it involves the new heir to Wulverton. What she finds is that he appears to be the man on the train!
The author has written a passionate tale filled with a great cast of characters that runs the gamut from deceit, desire and secrets that may pull them down. When combined with the setting of the moors, one can only hope these two will heal each other and find the happiness they deserve!!
All that said, this book was SO GOOD. One of the other reviewers called Emmanuelle, The Divine Ms. Em, and that pretty much hits it on the head. This woman writes the best dark gothic steam I've ever read. In this book, she's managed to create a story with the moors as the background and it is oh so good.
Genevieve and Mallon (how I loved that name!!!) are so perfectly suited to this sizzling romance, I can't begin to describe it. You have to read it for yourself. Both have personalities that blend with the Moors, and I don't mean that in a negative way. They just FIT.
Congratulations Emmanuelle, you wrote a wonderful combination of steam, dark, gothic, romance, and hotly coiled personalities and wrapped them up with a bow. I genuinely hope this is Book One of a series, or at the very least, that you decide to use this setting again.
Mallon, the new Viscount since his father died, is jaded and lost after years away in the army and in Constantinople. He is trying to overcome his loveless childhood and parents. Love is not for him. Genevieve is a young widow who lost her status when her older husband dies. Women in Victorian times had few options so she needs a new husband to give her back a title and status. She decides on the younger, immature Hugo, Mallon's nephew, but her sensual, passionate nature is hard to rein in. She starts to desire the worldly and sexy Mallon but they continue to clash. I love all the plot twists and complexities and the great sexual tension that continues to build as secrets are revealed and mysteries unfold. This is so hot and romantic that you will melt all over. I volunteered to read and review an early copy and I loved it.