- File Size: 3830 KB
- Print Length: 402 pages
- Publisher: Dragonblade Publishing, Inc.; 1 edition (March 21, 2019)
- Publication Date: March 21, 2019
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07GZXYLFX
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #876 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
StormWolfe: Sons of de Wolfe (de Wolfe Pack Book 13) Kindle Edition
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As a result of an unexpected visit, Thomas meets the sister of his friend, a widow who has dedicated her life to the church, as she is passing through the area. Lady Maitland is on her way to an orphanage as its new administrator.
Thomas is impressed, and that’s putting it mildly. Maitland, or “Mae”, returns Thomas’ feelings, but knows it can go no where as he is betrothed. Their longing for each other must be put aside.
But, the plot thickens with the increasingly bizarre behavior of Thomas’ fiancé, the enemies of Thomas’ family intent upon doing him harm, and the recent dark history of the orphanage Mae is sent to by the church. The intrigue and twists are enthralling! The characters are colorful, and there are moments of humor that had me chuckling aloud.
I can’t recommend this enough, for readers of historical romance who enjoy knights and their ladies, this is the best.
Maitland is a young widow who has now dedicated her future to the church and helping children who are foundlings. As Maitland stops along her way to her new destination to visit her brother, who happens to be a knight at the Garrison along the border she meets his intriguing liege who is the man that starts to catch her heart's attention.
There is danger and foreboding tension throughout this story that keeps you intrigued and wondering what will happen next. A storm is bound to be unleashed.
There were many sigh worthy moments in this lovely, heartbreaking love story. You can't help but keep rooting for these two people to find a way to get together. With so many obstacles in the path of their heart's desire, it is at times sad and yet joyful when they do find moments of simple peace together. Oh yes, there is that added tension and frustrations with the machinations and schemes of the Tommy's crazed betrothed, there is no doubt about that. But, they are tempered with those times that Mae, Tommy and the orphans find such joy in simple accomplishments and times spent together. It is also a story of a rudderless man who has spent years loving a memory of a perceived lost young love. StormWolfe is a beautiful love story between two souls who finally realize true love.
While the main story line is, indeed, that love story, there are also two other prominent story lines happening here. One is the story of a loving, supportive, loyal family. For the de Wolfe's, family is everything. Nighthawk, Shadow Wolfe, Dark Wolfe, The Dragon Wolfe and Storm Wolfe, as the brothers are known, are united in brotherhood and solidarity and Tommy's fight becomes their fight and that fight will define Tommy forever. It was awesome to see all the brothers come together and unite as only the de Wolfe family can.
The other, and my favorite part of the whole book, was the passing on of the baton from the original core of the de Wolfe legendary family. Anyone familiar with Ms. Le Veque's books, recognize that the most popular and beloved character is Sir William de Wolfe. "The Wolfe" is a 909-page epic masterpiece in which she first introduces the characters of Sir William de Wolfe, Sir Paris de Norville and Sir Kiernan Hage. All of these amazing characters appear in many subsequent books and have produced many generations of legendary warriors. However, all of the above-named legacy knights have never really been matched in their skills, their devotion to one another, nor in their fabled stories. Each and every time their characters have appeared in books, it was always a joy to visit with them and see how their loves and lives produced so many future stories and legends. This book has them (minus Kiernan who has already sadly passed) as very old men, still vital, still guiding their families with their wisdom and experience, but unable to continue to ride into battle at the sides of their progeny and fight on. Oh yes, I am going back to the beginning and visit with those men in their youth in their glory days in "The Wolfe." And, yes, it is a fact of life we all face as we grow older. But, it is still sad to watch as they come to grips that their glory days are over. Ah, but they still live to watch their cubs and pups thrive!
As Paris de Norville and William de Wolfe chat about their glory days, their children, their grandchildren and all those who come after the greatest knights England has ever known, Paris sums it all up rather nicely: "That is simply not immortality, William - it is legend."