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A Certain Wolfish Charm (2010)

by Lydia Dare(Favorite Author)
3.82 of 5 Votes: 2
1402236948 (ISBN13: 9781402236945)
Sourcebooks Casablanca
Westfield Wolves
review 1: I liked this story a lot. I loved watching the relationship grow between Lily and Simon. They were a good pair. Simon comes from a family if werewolves and is the long neglectful guardian to Lily's nephew, who is also a werewolf. Only she doesn't know it. But when he starts to make 'the change" she shows up on Simon's doorstep to demand help. Things happen, she falls in love with him, is forced into a marriage with him, all without knowing his secret, which he refuses to tell her. So she sets out to find out on her own. I found the story held my interest and made me smile from time to time. I enjoyed it. But I was really caught up in the story with Will and Prisca. Those two had off the charts chemistry. I can't wait to see what's up with them.
review 2: I re
... moreally enjoyed this romance - it was funny, it was sweet, and I liked the characters. I had a really hard time putting it down. There is only one thing still niggling at me. Let me see if I can explain. The premise of the story is based on the fact that Lily is left to raise her nephew Oliver with the "help" of the boy's (2nd? 3rd?) cousin and guardian - Simon. The two are thrown together, fall in love, and raise the young boy together. Fun fact - Oliver, his father, and Simon are werewolves but Lily doesn't know she's surrounded by men who howl of the full moon. Oliver's parents, including his werewolf father died in a carriage accident, but while reading the book Simon made werewolves sound damned near indestructable. What the hell happened? Did it fall of a Cliff in a raging river? So, that just kind of confuses me. less
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i loved it she is an awesome author i love here werewolf and vampire series
So far, I'm liking it...
the book was good.
3.5 stars
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