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Darkest Wolf

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  • Posted February 24, 2014

    Randolph "Rex" Kane of the Westervelt Pack is on a mis

    Randolph "Rex" Kane of the Westervelt Pack is on a mission to retrieve a witch for the pack. Rex being thought of as a traitor by pack hurts a lot yet not to be helped either. Rex discovers his mate to be a witch. Elizabeth (Liz) Willow doesn't know what it means to be mated to a wolf. Liz has been cursed by twin witches mother Drea to appear ugly. Liz believes if she gathers information about wolves it will free her mother and the rest of their coven in the process. Kendrick Kane shows up right after Rex and Liz mate. What does Kendrick share? Will Rex understand Liz's betrayal? Will Liz accept being mated? Your answers await you in Darkest Wolf.




    Rex Kane is completely misunderstood by his family and pack. Liz Willow has tried hard to cope with being different since being cursed. Together they make an unbeatable team. Kendrick Kane appears more unstable each time he shows to a member of the Westervelt Pack. Clearly the author is gearing up for the ending of the books. I hope not but alas that's not my decision.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 12, 2013

    Twoleg Nest

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  • Posted November 30, 2012

    Darkest Wolf Book 7- Not a stand alone book. Elizabeth Willow i

    Darkest Wolf

    Book 7- Not a stand alone book.
    Elizabeth Willow is a Witch not just by name but truly she is a Witch! She was been taken from her coven and be-spelled by a Bad Witch. Now no one can look at her with being repulsed and her powers stripped. Oh and she is the Maid aka Girl Friday for the Bad Witch's Twin Daughters. If she try's and leave or pisses off the twins her mother and coven will be killed. When they stop at a truck stop in New Jersey, nothing will ever be the same for Elizabeth. She finds she can freeze people, OOps she froze the Evil Twins!!! She is kidnapped by a Wolf and not just any wolf a Kane wolf, they killl witchs or so she has been told. Now he is telling her she is his mate, AS IF. She calls her mother and tells her she has a wolf and he is telling her all sorts of things... see if Bad Witch will take him and knowledge for trade of her coven? Damn he can see her for herself and he is intent on making her his mate. She is falling for him. No Way, No How!

    Rex Kane is as messed up as they come, he is so different then his brothers. Now they think he is a Traitor to his evil father. Sent on a mission, to bring back a witch to help against the war with his father. This should be no problem! He will prove his loyalty once and for all. The Infamous New Jersey Diner has other ideas. He finds a mess in the kitchen, a cook down and out 2 witches down and out and a pixie of a woman who is a witch and his Mate! The Fates must really hate him! He really does try to head back to the Westervelt Pack, but no one said falling in Love made you do what you are supposed to.

    This was a fun book! He couldn't stand witches and she was so cocky and she couldn't stand wolves! A fated match, yes the fates have a sense of humor! The first half of this book takes place in a vehicle, well mostly!! The taunts and heat are right up there to have you laughing and groaning. These 2 fight the mating for all it is worth. Little by little they come around. But fate is not done yet. She is mother of all mothers and she has some twist that knock everyone for a loop even the reader. I had a lot of fun with this book! I look forward to more in this series, PLEASE!

    stars 4
    Patches

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 27, 2012

    Captivating Story!!! Highly recommended!

    Elizabeth is a horrendously ugly woman, cursed by the twin witches she's "baby-sitting". No one can ever look her in the face and not scream or flinch. So, why then is this handsome, dark wolf-man looking at her as if she was the most beautiful woman on the earth? And,how will she ever convince herself that turning his pack's secrets into the twin witches in order to free her mother is the right thing to do, especially after he tells her she truly is his mate?

    When push comes to shove, Rex will show Elizabeth that they are truly destined at mates. He'll show her that it's the beauty within that makes the person, and that it's destined for him to see her as her true self. But, along the way, Rex will learn things about himself too, and that witches aren't what they were thought to be. As Rex battles man made wolves, and witches, he'll prove to his own little witch that he's perfect for her, in all the ways that matter.

    Rebecca Royce is most definitely a superb author! Once I was engrossed in the story, I hung on to every twist and turn and couldn't wait to reach the end! If you love shifter books and all things romance and suspense, look no further than this awesome Book worthy read by a truly amazing author!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 26, 2012

    Favorite

    Loved Liz & Rex story! Laughed & cried. Can't wait til next book

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 26, 2012

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    Loved them all

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 21, 2012

    i cant wait for book 8

    i cant wait for book 8

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