A Certain Wolfish Charm
In Lydia dare's debut trilogy, Regency England has gone to the wolves! He gets crankier and crankier as the moon gets full... The rules of Society can be beastly-especially when you're a werewolf and it's that irritating time of the month. Simon Westfield, the Duke of Blackmoor, is rich,... show more
In Lydia dare's debut trilogy, Regency England has gone to the wolves! He gets crankier and crankier as the moon gets full... The rules of Society can be beastly-especially when you're a werewolf and it's that irritating time of the month. Simon Westfield, the Duke of Blackmoor, is rich, powerful, and sinfully handsome, and has spent his entire life creating scandal and mayhem. It doesn't help his wolfish temper at all that Miss Lily Rutledge seems not the least bit afraid of him, and in fact, may be as untamable as he is... A woman whose charm is stronger than the moon... When Lily's beloved nephew's behavior becomes inexplicably wild, she turns to Simon, the boy's cousin and guardian, for help. But Simon's idea of assistance is far different than hers, and Lily finds herself ensconced in his house and engaged to the rogue. They both may have bitten off more than they can chew when each begins to discover the other's darkest secrets... "A Certain Wolfish Charm has bite! With its sexy hero, engaging heroine, and sizzling sexual tension, you won't want to put it down even when the moon is full." -Sabrina Jeffries, New York Times bestselling Author of Wed Him Before You Bed Him
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: April 1st 2010
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
Pages no: 375
Edition language: English
Series: Westfield Wolves (#1)
Can I just say, I love the idea that I can associate an entire series with one post on Booklikes? Because that, my darlings, is fucking awesome. So. Werewolves. The Regency period. Can we have a hell-yeah from the congregation? The series is basically split up into two parts. The Westfield bro...
The book started all really well. The pages almost turn themselves. Simon and Lily are both good characters, especially in the beginning. Sadly the book never really took off for me. It scratches the surface of a relationship that could have been deeper. I have the imrepssion that this book was writ...
Lily Rutledge has been raising her nephew ever since her sister and her husband dies in a accident. But then her sweet nephew at the age of twelve starts to dramatically change in ways that doesn't seem very normal. After trying to reach his guardian the Duke of Blackmoor, she decides she is tired o...
2.5* I was generous and rounded up.This is the summary: Simon: I never noticed you before. But then my brother talks to you. Then I notice you. I like you. But I shouldn't. I want you. But I shouldn't. Okay I will (but only to protect your reputation). I will continue to be untruthful to yo...