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Wolf's Valentine: A Westervelt Holiday Book

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 14, 2014

    Short but good

    A fun addition to the Westervolt Wolves series, it doesn't stand alone or advance the main series plot line. The romance is cute and the warewolf battle is all that it ought to be.

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  • Posted January 4, 2014

    Jana is working in New York City as copy writer for Carl Elder.

    Jana is working in New York City as copy writer for Carl Elder. Malcolm Denon undercover security for Westervelt wolves knows that Jana is his mate but doesn't have a way of proving it because of the masking herbs he uses. Malcolm makes Jana a Valentine's card from his heart which she promptly throws away. Jana wishes Malcolm was a wolf but little does she know it's truth. Can this couple be a couple? Your answers await you in Wolf's Valentine.

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  • Posted November 30, 2012

    Wolf's Valentine Book 3.5 - Not a stand alone book. It's Valent

    Wolf's Valentine
    Book 3.5 - Not a stand alone book.
    It's Valentines day and Jana gets a strange Valentine Card. With the word "Mate" in it. She has been in hiding for so many years, and now she has been found.
    Malcolm is a Westervelt Wolf, taking herbs to cover his scent , while trying to take down the traitors and bad guys. Who'd of thunk it, his mate works for one of those men. After a fight he ends up on the same train as Jana. They work through the whole curse of a male wolf killing his mate. The Age difference! They finally mate and oh let the fun begin.


    Book 4
    First let me say this is not a stand alone book.
    Even tho this is a short book. I really got to know both characters. I felt for Jana as she had memories of what she had lost and being thrust into a new world everything she had to overcome. Malcolm was very young when the Spell on the Male Wolves happened. They really helped each other deal with the past and yet they came together to start a new future in the Westervelt Wolf Pack.

    4 Star
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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 26, 2012

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    Good read

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 24, 2012

    Cute story

    Quick read.

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