The Untamed One
Running from angry villagers and the man who ravaged her, the witch Lucinda flees into the forest to have her child. But Lord Jackson Wulf hunts her down, believing her death will break the family curse that transforms him into a monster. Instead of killing the witch, Jackson is moved by her... show more
Running from angry villagers and the man who ravaged her, the witch Lucinda flees into the forest to have her child. But Lord Jackson Wulf hunts her down, believing her death will break the family curse that transforms him into a monster. Instead of killing the witch, Jackson is moved by her beauty and desperate plight. And Lucinda seizes the chance to find safety for herself and her babe when a bargain is struck between this outcast woman and this doomed man--and sealed by their marriage in name only…In return for his protection, Lucinda has promised that her magick can free Jackson from his torment. But this pretty witch soon finds herself in danger of being seduced by Jackson's charms and pursued by the man who would see both her and her child dead. Can she trust a Wulf with her safety and the safety of her child? Can she trust her heart to Jackson? To surrender to a Wulf is a terrible risk, for love will either unleash the beast within the man...or finally set him free.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: May 2nd 2006
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Series: Wild Wulfs of London .5 (#2)
I love the Wulf Brothers ! :D Very different story than #1, and I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Let me start out by saying this book was my favorite installment in the Wild Wulfs of London series. This story features Jackson Wulf. He has a weakness for women and booze... he's the playboy of the family. Like his brothers, he carries a curse and it has already been activated. He fell in love mon...
Good follow up from book one, The Dark One. This is the same historical paranormal so if you like either one you should enjoy this one. This book starts out really good. As we learned in the first book Jackson is a woman’s man and drinks heavy. He left to find and kill a witch, in hopes of getting r...
I seem to be turning into a seer of sorts. Because this book turned out just as I predicted. Rather uneventful and dull.That's too bad because I was prepared to like it and hoping it would turn out better than its predecessor. Unfortunately it was the complete opposite. While the first (or second) b...