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Tuesday, November 3, 2009
Review - Got Wolf Anthology, Volume One by Helen Hardt and Ria Ellis
Title: Got Wolf Anthology, Volume One
Author: Helen Hardt and Ria Ellis
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
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Rating: You Want To Read
Reviewed by: Jennifer
When mysterious Damian MacGowan saves Suzanne Wood from a gang of thugs in a small Scotland town, she's beyond grateful. But his possessive need to be near her troubles her. Damian doesn't understand why he's drawn to Suzanne. He knows only that he must have her, or he will die. As the two get to know each other, love blossoms. But Damian has a secret, and an enemy, that may keep him from Suzanne forever.
My Lord Werewolf:
A dark tale resides in the heart of England, the Cotswolds. Lord Connor Wolfe, Earl of Wolfhaven, lives in solitude within his ancestral home. Connor, the last of the bloodline, has vowed never to marry and produce an heir, for the earl holds a dark curse. He is a creature of the full moon—a werewolf.
Both stories are well worth your time to read. I like that they are both around 150 pgs. each. That gave me two great stories in one book.
Blood Wolf has both werewolves, vampires, a demon and a witch. It also seemed to be a bit more raw feeling. I really enjoyed it. It was hot and steamy and suspenseful in places. Helen Hardt really did a great job telling her story and bringing the characters to life. This story had little twists to it. In the way the different paranormals were portrayed.
My Lord Werewolf is about one man and his curse of being a werewolf. He finds himself falling in love with Cassandra. Ria Ellis also did a great job writing her story, and it was nice to read a different story in the same type genre. I enjoyed the conflict between Connor and Flixton toward the end. I liked how Ms. Ellis tied the whole story together with all of the characters.