- File Size: 3372 KB
- Print Length: 264 pages
- Publisher: Kindle Worlds (September 4, 2016)
- Publication Date: September 4, 2016
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01LMHIC5Y
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #427,512 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
World of de Wolfe Pack: The Fall of the Black Wolf (Kindle Worlds) Kindle Edition
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Tristan DeWolfe aka the black wolf is the illegitimate/unacknowledged son of King Henry II and half brother and champion of King Richard. He has spent years in France defending Richard's interests and has now been given a new mission; return to England and rout out any threats to the King in his absence.
Tristan meets Leannie when he saves her from an attack. She insists that he return with her to her keep for a meal and shelter for the night. Once at the keep, Tristan learns of Leannie's troubles and becomes her champion.
Tristan helps Leannie as much as he can and finally marries her to protect her holding from an unwanted marriage.
While the book was interesting and very well written - it didn't feel like a love story to me. I prefer some heat in the romance books I read and this had none - not even a kiss (aside from the couple of times Tristan kissed her HAND). Honestly, I have read Barbara Cartland books with more steam than this book. That is not to say this wasn't a good book, it was - just not what I was looking for in a HR.
If you prefer books with no love scenes and/or more emphasis on history - this is the book for you!!
I LOVED this book. Tristan de Wolfe is DEFINITELY a "chip off the old block" as a descendant of Sir William de Wolfe (the hero in "The Wolfe"). If this book is any indication of what is to come from Marlee Meyers, I'm there!
This is a first novel for the author , it's not a bad storyline and it has promise, but it does not have the fluidity it desperately needs. Several minor spelling errors. I would give the author another chance and read another of her books, but I hope she will rewrite this book with more indepth and strong construction of scenes plus passion and interaction between the h/h.👍😉
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