Red and Her Wolf [NOOK Book]

Red and Her Wolf

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  • BN ID: 2940015880137
  • Publisher: Marie Hall
  • Publication date: 10/24/2012
  • Series: Kingdom Series, Book , #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 20,991
  • File size: 619 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 11, 2013

    Buy them all

    Love this series bought all five books get the two bundles its cheaper and u will want to read them all she did such a good job bringing this story to life in a completely new way

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 30, 2013

    Amaziing summery

    It makes me feel like I am in the book.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 25, 2012

    Book does not open

    Wish i could read it

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 19, 2012

    Cannot get past page 7

    What the heck?! Faulty book??

    1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 8, 2012

    Book 2 missing!

    Why isn't book 2 gerards beauty on b&n?

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 7, 2012

    awesome!!

    Loved the book. Can't wait for the next one in the series.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 25, 2014

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 31, 2014

    This darker look into Little Red Ridding Hood differs from that

    This darker look into Little Red Ridding Hood differs from that we know from childhood. Portraying Red (Violet) as a not so sweet and naive little girl headed to granny's house. Born of evil fairy magic, she needs her wolf to keep her balanced.




    Ewan (Wolf) was close to having his mate decades before, but an evil witch determined to destroy Red got in the way. Red was sent to Earth to be hidden and protected. All the while Ewan believed his made was still somewhere in the Kingdom, spending 500 years searching for her. Nearly losing his grasp of reality. And going as mad as The Hatter. He must find his Red.




    Violet, (Red or The Heartstrong) is in Alaska with her aunt. Her memories of the big black wolf have been altered and, she believes he is responsible for killing her grandmother. A far stretch from being the one true love of her life. She grows to steadily hate the of through her years and, becomes determined to return to the Kingdom to kill him in cold hearted vengeance.




    This third installment to the Kingdom Series reawakened my love for the books, after having it somewhat altered after the second book. The dark, sexy intrigue is perfectly balanced by the sweet makings of true love and the determination of never letting go on e you have had the taste of them.




    Ewan will stop at nothing to have his Red and will do anything for his mate. Violet is stuck in the turmoil of her growing feelings for a wolf she has vowed to hate claiming to be her soul mate. Will Red be able to look past the hatred and be united with her one true love and the only one who can control her? Or will all be lost for them both?




    Red And Her Wolf pulled me back into the twisted world of the Kingdom and it's connections to Earth. Forcing me to love it just as much as I did, Her Mad Hatter. Marie Hall has a way of tugging you into her world, making you wish the ride within fantasy could last forever

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  • Posted March 27, 2014

    This new twist of Little Red Ridding Hood is much darker than wh

    This new twist of Little Red Ridding Hood is much darker than what we read growing up. In Marie's version, Red and Her Wolf, Red isn't the  sweet helpless gal you remember from before. Instead she's has to succumb to violence and hate. Born from evil fairy magic, She is gonna need her wolf to keep her under control.




    Ewan was as close as he could be to having his mate decades ago, but an evil witch determined to destroy the Heartsong (Red) got in his way.  Red was taken away to Earth to be hidden and protected. All this time Ewan was led to believe that his mate was in the Kingdom and was sent on pointless quest to find her by his godmother, Danika. But he soon finds out that his Godmother lied to him. She knew Red was nowhere in the kingdom but she had to do something to pacify him, and keep him from giving in the pain of being ripped from his mate.




    During her years on Earth, Violet (Red) has had her memories altered and believes that the wolf named Ewan killed her grandmother and she is determined to be the one to end him. Will Red be able to see beyond the hate and allow to be mated with her sole mate or will all be lost for them both? 




    This book is sexy, dark but sweet at the same time. Ewan will do anything for his mate, while Viloet struggles with her growing feelings for the wolf whom claims to be her mate. 




    Red and Wolf is one of the best stories I have read.  Marie Hall is amazing at keeping you pulled into the book with her vivid imagination.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 6, 2014

    Not the typical Lil Red...

    Marie's Hall way combining the old fairy tales with a modern day twist is just awesome. Y'all have to read the series to understand

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 29, 2013

    Its good

    It was hard to get into but it turned out ok. I didnt really care for red. She was a bit of a cry baby for someone that is meant to be badass.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 7, 2013

    Blackfire

    Pads in and hunts

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 4, 2013

    Shikara

    She ran outside.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 27, 2013

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    *Written by Alexandria@TheGuiltyBookmark* In the third installm

    *Written by Alexandria@TheGuiltyBookmark*

    In the third installment of The Kingdom Series, we are introduced to an all grown up Little Red Riding Hood and a big bad wolf. Little Red...(well actually just Red now as she's permanently stuck in her 20's physically but mentally is older than dirt) actually goes by the name Violet and is found in the mysterious land of Alaska. Hmm..it appears that a lot of strange things happen in that frosty land but I digress. Being genetically blessed to never wrinkle, she is also cursed with being "the heart strong"-the living epitome of fairy magic. Unfortunately, the concept of manifesting both the good and bad rings true in Red as it shows a dark side to the sweet fairy tale.

    All the fairy tale characters are multi dimensional, keeping them both human and ethereal at the same time. Red has quite an interesting background story which only goes to further prove that Kingdom might host fairy tales but they are certainly more complex than the childhood tales we were told. Red becomes something of a warrior princess and her weapons are pretty bad ass to say the least-can anyone say Xena? Another thing I enjoyed was the surprising introduction into another fairytale-don't want to spoil but let me just say that it's appearance was sweet!

    I like that Red actually has a name although the choice of violet is a bit odd to me-I'm a fan of alliteration so I would've went with the R more so. And Violet also felt random because nothing about her appearance was violet shaded including her clothes. The Veritas Stones are back so kudos to keeping the theme of love connected throughout all the novels. I felt that she is the first Kingdom woman to really become dark as she is also the first non Earth based woman. Red has a dark side although I found the culmination of her birth a little confusing at first. In the beginning, there are a lot of things that are explained so don't feel lost if at first. Despite being initially overwhelmed, I did feel that it all was explained in the end.

    As a fan of the whole man-animal species mix, I was a bit disappointed that there wasn't more of an edge or roughness to Ewan. As the "big bad wolf", I didn't really get to see much of a bad side to this sexy reincarnated villain. It seemed like he had the potential to really be part of "The Bad Five" but Red and her issues kept stifling his progress. The focus of the box was really on Red and her interactions with him, I didn't feel like there was an even balance between the two so that was disappointing. I also felt like the book really didn't focus on him that much. Often times I was left feeling like he could have and should have been given a better mate. But in the end I was convinced they were meant to be. This was the first time where I favored the hunk of man over the heroine. I mean, I get the initial resistance to the whole soul mate thing, but with that gorgeousness willing to do anything for you, you could be a bit more bending. Thank you Ms. Hall for not making the wolf like a talking caricature and instead she kept it as a man who is both a wolf and a man. Suffice it to say, I was a bit annoyed and when characters are virgins in romance novels, there does seem to be a bit of that unrealistic resistance in the mix. Ewan is certainly delectable in his own way giving off an Aragon from Lord Of The Rings type of valor. I would have loved to find out more about his background but it wasn't essential to the story.

    Red was someone I could never really figure out how I felt about as a character. Sometimes I felt that she was interesting and loved her and other times I just wanted to choke and slap her (forgive me for my imagery!). After completing the novel, I felt that it was actually a quality I enjoyed. Because I wasn't able to fully pin her down and put her in a specific category, I had to remain invested in her in order to try to get a gauge on her. I loved the unique landscapes as this was the first book where the characters really traveled throughout the Kingdom realm. The exotic land they traveled to perfectly set me up for Jinni's story which is next in the series.

    As far as couples go, I would consider these to be the best matched in the Kingdom series so far. Both Alice and The Hatter were well matched in their imaginations and Betty and Gerard were a solid case of opposite attracts. But in the case of The Wolf and Red, I really felt that they were more unified with both having a primal, animalistic undertone with their emotions and desires. The instant temper of Red and the animalistic sexual desire of Wolf really paired well together. I also enjoyed the pure physicality of the book as Red was able to kick her own major ass outside of the Wolf. It seems like The Hatter was a mental foray while The Beast was an emotional one. I certainly feel the physical passion and heat with these two characters when Red finally relaxes.

    Red's darker side was very interesting because she had an ability that I hadn't read much about before. Let's just say, her kissing abilities are deadly. I did enjoy the pop up of Alice and she seemed right at home with The Hatter. The story with Danika and Aunt Mir brought me to tears and this book was much darker than the other two with Hatter appearing the second darkest in the series so far. I didn't feel that the scenes were all that spicy so there was some disappointment in there. I grew to like Red, although I find her particularly irritating at times with her standoffish personality. On a comparison between the two other novels, I would have to say it fell short. On a stand alone novel I would have to say that it did quite well.

    It's a great mix to have the romance in there but I often feel more involved in the story plot and journey of the characters than their love. I felt the romance was an afterthought in this book but the journey was one of it's best highlights. Although it was my least favorite of the series, I believe that by itself it's a solid book and for those who enjoy a bit of animalistic action, they will certainly want to a bite out of this book.

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  • Posted October 10, 2013

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    Red and Her Wolf is a fairy tale retelling with M.Hall's persona

    Red and Her Wolf is a fairy tale retelling with M.Hall's personal twist on a story we all know so well. The first two books in this series were amazing, so I couldn't wait to read Red and Her Wolf. This book was no different, I love the Kingdom series and can't wait to read book four.

    I'll start off the review with the Big Bad Wolf. Ewan is a wolf of the Black Foot clan. The story opens with Ewan seeing Violet. He realizes that she is his mate, and winds up saving her from being murdered. Sadly, he is forced to part ways with her in order to protect her. This of course causes Ewan to be the sad, tortured type of character that just broke my heart.

    Violet is whisked away to the human world and left in the care of her "Aunt", a fairy. She has no recollection of her past, or why her Aunt makes them move so often. Though not in the story, you can tell that Violet grows into a strong, independent woman. She gains back her memories, the main being a wolf almost killing her, and becomes aware of her powers rather quickly.

    The actual plot in the book is Violet and Ewan together on a journey. As always I'm impressed with the characters not being in insta-love, considering this is a novella length book. All in all this series is a must read. If you haven't read anything by Marie Hall, do yourself a favor and grab her freebie of book one in the Kingdom series (Her Mad Hatter) on Amazon. If you enjoyed fairy tales/Disney movies as a child, you will love these.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 29, 2013

    This installment in the Kingdom Series started out a two star fo

    This installment in the Kingdom Series started out a two star for me--the first 30%.

    It quickly turned into a five star and something all together amazing!

    I was so worried I would hate Violet through the whole story. That she would be another stubborn female that wouldn't just sit down, shut up, and listen to the truth that was right there in front of her face. You know the typical 'misunderstanding' conflict that every author uses? This story line was nearly falling into that trap. But it flipped. Literally, from one para to the other, Violet went from too stupid to live, to cold, killer with a heart of gold that totally redeemed herself.

    I got her inner turmoil with being intimate with Ewan. I mean good god--he's a wolf! We all know how yummy and well hung a wolf is. (insert my wink here)

    As a whole the story ended up blowing me away! I loved the plot build up, I adored all the characters and I'm wondering how Jinni is gonna live up to Gerard and Ewan in my series of hotties!

    If you haven't given this series a shot you really should! It tops Once Upon a Time by a thousand times!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 25, 2013

    Love the series

    Really enjoyed the characters and the journey they went on

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 1, 2013

    this is one great book,spending time with red and her wolf,best

    this is one great book,spending time with red and her wolf,best night of my life loved it,Great READ.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 23, 2013

    what a fantastic take on a beloved tale love these books cant wa

    what a fantastic take on a beloved tale love these books cant wait until the next one comes out...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 23, 2013

    loved this book oh red and ewan was so perfect for each other an

    loved this book oh red and ewan was so perfect for each other and wao just amazing

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