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I loved Red’s spunk. She wasn’t afraid to challenge cultural norms in this era and used her sex to her advantage in her missions. Her loyalty to her country is steadfast and strong. She just had such a great depth of character.
The wolf was exactly what you expect. He liked her, obviously, but he resisted temptation and the chance at a happiness because of fear. He was incredibly vulnerable emotionally but physically strong, a compelling contrast in a historical romance. His loyalty was worth more than anything to him, you will see what I mean when you read the book.
The third book in this series can be read as a stand alone. They are parallel stories about sisters.
Red and Wolf were at knife point several times but a strong attraction was there. He had lost his wife and blamed himself as he was late. She stepped into the street rushing toward his twin brother when a carriage ran her down. Nine years had passed and he had turned into a rake who never wanted to marry.
There was more to the problem that codes being passed but someone wanted to kill Wolf. This was fast paced and interesting. I hardly think a Lady would be likely to be a spy. Then would a Duke be a spy either? They go beyond the boundaries of the conventions of the times.
This is the third book in the London Fairy Tales series and is reminiscent of Little Red Riding Hood. What I loved most about this book is that it explained what happened to Gwen during it's predecessors and how she and Hunter met.
At the start of each chapter there is a note written from Red to Hunter or vice versa. They are SO. AMUSING.
I think Gwen may be my favorite sister. She's bold, vivacious, and definitely not afraid to do whatever she can to save her family, even if it means ruining her own reputation with insinuations and lies. The chemistry between Hunter and Gwen is so evident and is like a long fuse on dynamite...you hold your breath for so long waiting for the BOOM! and when it happens you can finally breathe in relief...and then fan yourself.
Hunter is just amusing, but at the same time he's vulnerable in ways no one can see - except for Gwen. He has no real family, except for a former grandfather by marriage. That kind of confused me because no one really considers their spouse's grandparents their own or that they owe them anything if the spouse is no longer in the picture. But regardless, Lainhart and his butler were a nice addition to the story and amused me at times.
I wanted to stomp Stephan's toes a time or two and tell him to be nice! Dominique even earned a raised eyebrow or two because of his actions...but at the same time it was nice to see them trying to protect Gwen.
I really, really enjoyed this book and can't wait to read number four.
I loved the H & h in this story as well as how they interacted with each other. Love it!! I'm a sucker on forceful men and women who can handle it. lol Its a 3 star due to the lack of follow through in the intimate scene. For me; it teases the reader and when they finally get together the chapter starts with..... they frolic and frolic all morning long. What?? and I wasn't there.... lol. Its a good, somewhat clean read. enjoy!