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"A fast-paced, sweet story... it attains just the right level to make a gal want a wolf of her own." - Booklist

"Romance, wit, loveable characters, and even a dash of adventure and paranormal to bind it all together. In other words, it was practically perfect in every way!" - TBQ's Book Palace

"A delightful take on the Beauty and the Beast theme with a twist, this novel is sure to enchant and delight. 4 1/2 Stars" - RT Book Reviews

"The writing duo has me completely charmed. The newest title did not disappoint." - NetGalley Reader Review

"Dare is one of the best at seamlessly blending the two genres... A grand adventure..." - Paranormal Romance Novels

"A hot intense storyline that is sure to have you drooling before the second chapter... a true enchanting delight." - Yankee Romance Reveiwers

"Delicious and wolfishly sexy..." - Where's My Muse?

"You get your romance fix and your paranormal fix along with a few laughs. This story also makes you anticipate what she has in store for us next." - Urban Girl Reader

"Full of charm and very witty." - Ramblings from this Chick

"A sensual, fun, witty romance..." - Night Owl Reviews

About the Author

Lydia Dare Lydia Dare is the pen name for writing team Tammy Falkner (author of A Lady and Her Magic) and Jodie Pearson. Both are active members of the Heart of Carolina Romance Writers and live near Raleigh, North Carolina.
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Product Details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca; Original edition (April 3, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1402263465
  • ISBN-13: 978-1402263460
  • Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 1.2 x 6.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #871,699 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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This was my introduction to the writing of Lydia Dare, who is actually the dynamic writing team of two women who take turns writing parts of each book, and I thoroughly enjoyed it! I have been reading quite a bit of YA books and Christian self-help/parenting books lately and I was in desperate need of a good romance novel, this hit the spot perfectly. This book is technically part of a series, the Westfield Wolves, but it is loosely connected and you do not have to read the books prior to understand this story at all, but be warned, Wolf Who Loved Me is so awesome, you will want to go back and read the others in this series and maybe the vampire ones too.

I love paranormal and historical fiction books and this romance novel fit all the criteria for a wonderful, quick, and lighthearted read for me. I was so into this book that I got up in the morning, started reading it, and pretty much neglected everything else all day, except getting out food to thaw for dinner, until I finished it. I could not put it down.

The story is fast paced, has action, regency romance, oh and a super hot guy who turns into a wolf, could it get any better? I think not. There are good guys, a bad guy, and two hot girls, one who is quite proper and one who is, well, not. This just makes for an interesting plot, though it may seem to have been done before, it hasn't. This book takes this plot in a whole new direction, mostly because of the paranormal aspect.

I don't really want to give away the plot of this book, except to say that after reading it, I can't wait for the books on the other two brothers to come out, I am so in love with this series.
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Weston Hadley has been in love with Lady Madeleine for as long as he can remember, but she is so far above his station, he never dreams they could be a match. Not only is he strapped for funds and from a less noble family, he is also a werewolf --a closely guarded secret. Unfortunately, Lady Madeleine stumbles into his path one night as he changes into his wolf form. Fearful she will spill the family secret, he kidnaps her and heads to Gretna Green.

It doesn't take long for Maddie to fall for her captor. On the road to Scotland, real feelings surface between them, making their marriage more than one of convenience. Wes is so smitten with her, it makes for some sweet moments. Sadly, it wasn't enough to overcome the huge character flaws that nearly torpedoed the relationship.

Maddie is a spoiled princess. She isn't mean or snobby, but she is utterly clueless to any way of life other than one of privilege. She makes demands Wes can't easily fulfill. She obsesses over propriety and appearance. And Wes just feeds into the nonsense. He has her up on a pedestal. He constantly ruminates that she is too good for him --that he is ruining her because he is getting her dirty. It got on my nerves.

Then, there is the Big Misunderstanding which drives them apart. But its exacerbated by Weston's guilt and insistence on martyring himself to save Maddie from living beneath her means. His self-flagellation grew tiresome.

There were parts of the book I enjoyed. The scenes where Maddie and Wes allowed themselves to love one another were very satisfying. There is a solid cast of supporting characters which are clearly setting up future installments of the book.
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4.5 Stars. The review that follows is a partial review. To read the full text, please visit:
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From the moment I picked up The Wolf Who Loved Me I knew that Lydia Dare was going to take me on a wonderful journey. And let me tell you: I was right!

Wes and Maddie's love story was simply divine. It had all the right elements: passion, romance, wit, loveable characters, and even a dash of adventure and paranormal to bind it all together. In other words, it was practically perfect in every way!

I quiet enjoyed the paranormal element, as it is always a bit of a refreshing take to read a paranormal romance (shifters, in this case) set in a historical setting. I'm already a fan of both genres; when they are put together nicely, such as this one was, I'm even happier! I'm very anxious to read more about Dare's Lycans; as much as I loved Wes, his story only managed to wet my whistle about his pack. :)

Maddie's character was a bit hard to like, at least for a while. At the beginning of the book, she came across as strong, not wanting to be ruled by society or men, not wanting to be just married off to the highest bidder. And I respected her for that, I thought "Yeah, a heroine I can love!". But then she gets together with Wes, and another side to her character comes out. Suddenly, she acts like any other society miss, complaining about things that she needs, even though she knows that Wes does not have the money at that point to provide her with everything she grew up with. This attitude of hers, while done in such a way to still make her character kind of "cute" and likeable, was almost enough to make me hate her on the spot.
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