Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Review: Laird Wolf

Laird Wolf Laird Wolf by Vivian Arend
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

Having not really read more than one or two books by this author, I can definitely say that you don’t need to have any sort of grasp on the series to enjoy this short read. It’s got enough mystery, shifters and sizzling sexiness to you addicted.

Damon is on a mission from his friends to go protect their friend Addie in a big estate in Scotland. The airline loses his luggage and he ends up thrown into the water on the way there, leaving him quite a sight when he finally arrives. It doesn’t matter to Addie, though, because she is more determined than ever to have a protector with her. The possible inheritors of the estate have been lurking over her shoulder while she works at cataloguing the contents of the estate. They are driving her crazy and creeping her out at the same time. Sure, they probably only want to ensure that no more mystery wills are found, but it is better to be safe than sorry.

The last thing Addie expects when she encounters her protector is to develop real feelings for him. This lone wolf who has to live in borrowed clothes has a way to get Addie to open up and share in a way she hasn’t been able to in a while now. These two are a great pair to watch and had me interested enough to look into the rest of the series (a true sign of a worthwhile short story read).

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