The Wolf by Stephanie Burke

The Wolf by Stephanie Burke
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Erotic Romance, Paranormal, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Rating: 4.5 stars
Reviewed by Moonflower

Caille knows the hearts of men, and she has been ripping them from their chests for centuries. Now, as a member of the Wild Hunt, she wants nothing more than to rip apart the men who dared steal one brother’s mate and kidnap her other Hunt brother. Nothing and no one will stand in her way… even the curiously attractive new partner The Master of the Hunt has given her.

Bran the Blessed had been in a cave for what seemed like an eternity, growing back his body and learning about the new world with the aid of his companion crows. He relied on no one except his friend, Kern, who brought him out of his solitude and offered to introduce him to the new world. Problems arise when his friend’s mate has been kidnapped by murderous cultists, leaving Kern unable to function. There is no way Bran, the once-powerful King of Wales could not assist with this hunt as a new Huntsman… and then there was Caille. wholesale viagra Awareness is absolute, consciousness is relative to its content; consciousness is always of something. The recognition of buying viagra in canada has skyrocketed over the previous year. You can buy Vital M-40 capsules and Lawax oil buy viagra india are the great remedies with which the male sexual stamina can be boosted. As the fungal infection spreads deeper, your nail may discolor, thicken and develop crumbling edges. generic cialis online
Instantly intrigued with each other, the two Huntsmen become pawns in a dangerous game where the elite go to satiate their darkest desires and where the cultists themselves hope to gain more power and influence. Vowing to protect this budding relationship, Bran will do anything he can to protect his new family, even if it means he became one of those who play with wolves.

Thomas has been taken. Kern is incapacitated, Arcas is missing. That leaves the rescue mission to Bran and Caille.

Oh my! What a novella. This is small but mighty and certainly packs a punch. The attraction between Caille and Bran leaps off the page but they never forget just what the priority is. I loved Bran’s backstory and how he was annoyed at how his story had twisted and changed throughout the years. Caille is the very definition of a strong independent woman and it was great to see Bran recognise that and leave her to it when needed.

This ends on another cliffhanger but now I really, REALLY, want Arcas’ story. I know he’s going to be with Marshall and I can’t wait. Sparks are going to fly. Not only that but I need Thomas to be safe.

Such a great series and definitely one I am loving. Absolutely recommended by me.


  1. Jennifer Childress says

    I loved this book!!! Amazing story line and fun read!!!

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