StormWolfe: Sons of de Wolfe (De Wolfe Pack Book 11) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B07GZXYLFX
- Publisher : Dragonblade Publishing, Inc.; 3rd edition (March 21, 2019)
- Publication date : March 21, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 3667 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 396 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #59,888 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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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.
What an amazingly written deeply involved novel of a wonderful family that just tugs at the heartstrings! Finally after long last we meet up again with the de Wolfe family which Ms. Le Veque has written extensively about the family but we never lose the fascination and love that just enthralls us about them. Of course Ms. Le Veque also just knows how to tell a truly fantastic story and her themes never get old. Sure this book is part of a series but this book can also easily stand alone. Plus the book is full of non-stop action and a pretty bad dilemma since the main male protagonist is already engaged and is in love with someone else. Love always finds a way to triumph over all. Thomas de Wolfe, the youngest de Wolfe, has a lot to live up too compared to his ever famous father and his brothers. Still Thomas manages to hold his own and there is a deep love that he has never gotten over. Thomas manages to find love when he least expects it and makes him that much more likable. He does have his moments though of not being the magnificent chivalrous hero especially in dealing with Adelaide but then again he does his best not to lose his cool even though it happens, then again who can blame him? Adelaide needed to be locked up in a mental institution despite her way of trying to get Thomas to love her. Mae on the other hand is just a great witty intelligent heroine that manages to save herself. Who doesn’t love that? There has to be more stories of this great family because they will definitely be great reads no matter what they are!
Maitland a widow, who had never known true love not from her dead husband, or her heartless father; finally had a chance at happiness and true love. Unfortunately, Adelaide, Thomas’ betrothed, stood in the way of Mae obtaining it. Mae and Thomas both longed for what they could not have, each other.
Love and Mae slowly were changing Thomas making him want to be a better man, making him want to have kids, and making him want everything humanly possible with Mae.
His father had brokered a deal that would bring Thomas a great title, land, a magnificent post, and all the riches he would ever want. It came with a heavy price though. He must marry Adelaide who was Satan in carnation. He detested her theatrics for his attention, her elitist attitude, and in general everything else about her. Adelaide thought of no one but herself. She was cruel to those who attended her. She hated kids, and she tried to control Thomas. He only could think of Mae and all the good that she worked hard for and her commitment to God’s parentless forgotten children.
While reading StormWolfe, I couldn’t help wonder how was Thomas going to get the woman he loved. Kathryn Le Leveque always has a way of stumping her readers at the end of her books. I think I have it all figured out and then Kathryn totally goes stage left and shows me another way of doing things.
I’m proud of myself this time around. I didn’t skip right to the end. I handled every juicy tidbit that popped up around every corner. I handled it and the different doors she put in front of me never let me in on how the book was going to end. That’s what I love about Le Levesque’s books. Her books are not predictable, the fights are suspenseful, and the developing romance is always what the doctor ordered.
This is totally a must read book.
Top reviews from other countries
Thomas de Wolfe, the youngest cub in the de Wolfe pack has been running from life and his emotions for many years, until his second in command and close friend Desmond, introduces him to his sister, the Lady Maitland when she comes to stay with her brother for a night.
Suddenly she awakens something in him that he never thought he would feel again and slowly this tale starts to unfold.
But for me, as wonderful as this adventure is, it is the way Kathryn handles all the family relationships. I loved the way this book starts in the middle of Castle Questing, with all of Thomas's brothers, father and mother and nephews interacting around him. Their banter and conversations, wrapped in humour and love make this book very special. These poignant and emotional conversations between various characters are enchanting, not only between William and Thomas, but between William and Paris reminiscing about Keiran and their lives together, I found it so moving that I shed many tears throughout this fabulous book.
The plots are dark and unexpected, the orphan children are charming and Lady Maitland is a superb character. She is kind, compassionate, intelligent, hard working and beautiful both inside and out, she is my kind of heroine, while Thomas is cheeky, handsome, humorous, quick to emotion, muscular and huge. Mae opens his eyes and opens his heart again to love. She too has had a very hard life and has been unloved, until Thomas and his parents come along. One has been hurt by love and one has never known love and together they must face the danger, so that they can be together forever.
Emotional, poignant, funny and exciting, I couldn't put this terrific new book down. It is full of all the wonderful de Wolfe characters and you will end up holding your breath until the very end!
There’s a storm coming and his name is Thomas De Wolfe.
This is such an epic book , it throws you through a whole plethora of emotions from one page to another .
Thomas is in charge of Wark Castle, part of his fathers massive estate, and he loves what he does.
That is until his future wife moves onto the scene and boy is she a conundrum, he never knows where he stands with her one moment to the next, she drives him to distraction.
When his friends sister Mae visits he finally finds what is missing from his life , the possibility of love , but with his betrothal sharp in his mind he’s bound and tied by his honour and word .
Mae is a widow, and after giving her life to the church is on route to an orphanage when she visits at Wark Castle and meets Thomas .
The two have such a touching chemistry that is so heartbreaking ,considering the circumstances , their conversations are consistently touched with a building passion, and the two are so drawn together it’s beautiful to read , you can feel the tension in every page .The emotionally charged exchanges constantly brought me to tears . Get tissues ready for this one .
There’s also some really nostalgic moments and flashbacks with William and Paris , both of them take you back to their knightly beginnings, when together with Kieran they were a force to be reckoned with.
With the addition of all the sons in this book it’s a really enjoyable,and one moment in particular makes me glad I’m not coming up against the DeWolfe cubs.
It’s must be an awesome site .
A brilliant book that has some of the best moments, so get reading.
I received an advance copy of this book and chose to submit a review
It didn't disappoint - for me it was perfect escapism from dull grey miserable March weather. Curled up by a roaring fire, I even nibbled some chocolate whilst I lost myself in medieval England with the de Wolf Clan.
Once again KLV has proved why she is a top selling author & as always her latest book has been priced so everyone can afford to purchase it at an extremely reasonable price.
I always leave an honest review (I'm sure some author's really dislike me) My review is based on the style of writing, the storyline, the characters, the length of the book & the price. Only yesterday I left a review on a book in the Scarpetta series & I made a point that unless future books were on a special offer price I would no longer purchase them. So many of our libraries are closing, we need affordable books. Reading should not be a luxury. So to KLV once again, on behalf of your fans ....... & me especially..... I Thank You.