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The Dark One: The Wild Wulfs of London

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  • Posted January 10, 2011

    Great Read,

    This book caught my attention right from the very beginning and did a terrific job holding it until the end. I couldnt putit down!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 6, 2012

    I Also Recommend:

    loved it!

    absolutely loved this book. first time i read anything by her nd now i can't wait to read the rest of the series! also recommend anything by Lydia Dare if you like regency paranormal novels.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 7, 2005

    Dark One

    To thwart her step - brother's evil scheme to sell her to the highest bidder and use that money to pay off his gambling debts, Lady Rosalind Rutherford plans to ruin her reputation and make herself unsuitable for marriage. Her chosen agent of ruination is Lord Armond Wulf, a man reputed to be cursed with madness. He resists her plan, marrying her himself. In all things, he is an utter gentleman, though he does tempt her, but no more so than she him. However, he can not allow there to be more than the basest form of love between them, and dares not give his heart to her or take hers. For Wulf is not mad, he is in fact, a wolf, at the full moon, as are all the men in his family. The curse stands between him and his brothers and love, but perhaps there is a way to break it. Yet, before this is over, Wulf and Rosalind will owe their lives to the wolf. ...................... **** This is a compelling read that we've been waiting for for some time. The gothic atmosphere is conveyed perfectly in this fast paced paranormal. I look forward to seeing Armond's brothers get their own stories. ****

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