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A Certain Wolfish Charm - Community Reviews back

by Lydia Dare
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The Wombat's Book Blog
The Wombat's Book Blog rated it 3 years ago
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...
A History Nut's Romantic State of Mind
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...
Addicted To Romance
Addicted To Romance rated it 8 years ago
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...
Rachel's books
Rachel's books rated it 8 years ago
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...
KindleJo's Brain Dump
KindleJo's Brain Dump rated it 9 years ago
So far, I'm liking it...
tonyawarner
tonyawarner rated it 9 years ago
Really, really enjoyed this book. Simon Westfield might be the Duke of Westfield, with an extremely sinful reputation, but he his more than taken down by the lovely Lily Rutledge. Despite her belief that she is firmly on-the-shelf at almost 24, she is still drawn to the enigmatic Simon and his beas...
tamabam
tamabam rated it 9 years ago
How much fun was THIS?!?!Well, perhaps not that much fun, but certainly very lively. And, while there aren't usually werewolves on roller-coasters, this book was almost that fast-paced. I've been wanting to read it since it came out a couple of years ago but never got around to it. Lucky for me, I...
Page Turners
Page Turners rated it 10 years ago
This was a fun story. Yes, it's a paranormal but light on the paranormal side, instead focusing on the relationship between the hero and heroine, Simon and Lily. And might I just say Simon is quite yummy. Looking forward to the rest of the series.
DonnaH
DonnaH rated it 10 years ago
On the Nook this novel is approx. 274 pages long. This is a book that was easy to like with characters who are fun to read about. Well written by Lydia Dare.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 irrit...
Genosha is for lovers
Genosha is for lovers rated it 10 years ago
Dare held the idea of historical romance in one fist and werewolves in the other and used neither to write this book.
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