The Wolf Next Door

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Overview

They can't even be in the same room together...

Ever since their failed elopement years ago, Prisca Hawthorne has taunted, insulted, and in every way tried to push him away. If only her heart didn't break every time Lord William Westfield left her...

But staying apart is even worse...

Lord William throws himself into drinking, gambling, and debauchery and pretends not to care...

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Overview

They can't even be in the same room together...

Ever since their failed elopement years ago, Prisca Hawthorne has taunted, insulted, and in every way tried to push him away. If only her heart didn't break every time Lord William Westfield left her...

But staying apart is even worse...

Lord William throws himself into drinking, gambling, and debauchery and pretends not to care about Prisca at all. But when he returns to find a rival werewolf vying for her hand, he'll stop at nothing to claim the woman who should have been his all along.

Can Prisca forgive the unforgivable, or are the moon-crossed lovers going to be forced into a battle of wills that could be fatal?

Praise for A Certain Wolfish Charm

"A Certain Wolfish Charm has bite! With its sexy hero, engaging heroine, and sizzling sexual tension, you won't want to put it down even when the moon is full."
-Sabrina Jeffries, New York Times bestselling author of Wed Him Before You Bed Him

"Tough, resourceful, charming women battle roguish, secretive, aristocratic men under the watchful eye of society in Dare's delightful Regency paranormal romance debut."
-Publishers Weekly (Starred review)

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Editorial Reviews

The Romance Studio
[Lydia Dare's] characters are vivid, memorable and literally step right off of the page.
— Maura Frankman
Fresh Fiction
An enjoyable and romantic tale about shapeshifting, magic and love.
Romance Junkies
Wickedly humorous...
The Long and Short of It
A wonderful historical romance that includes a romp on the wild paranormal side.
My Overstuffed Bookshelf
This is one of the best series I have read in awhile.
— Amy
Anna's Book Blog
Funny and romantic and a joy to read
— Anna Vivian
Book Girl of Mur-y-Castell
A good werewolf story set in the regency era, and a nice conclusion to the Westfield story.
— Blodeuedd
Night Owl Romance
Dare has crafted a wonderful series. A Night Owl Romance Top Pick!
Debbie's Book Bag
I have really enjoyed this series... One of my favorites of the year.
— Debbie
Books 4 Moms
Sexy, mysterious, dangerous and simply irresistible!
— Christine
Between the Pages
Historical settings, Lycan intrigue, and lovable characters energizes this fun read from beginning to end.
— Lynda
Smexy Books
My favorite of all three books... delightful.
— Tori
Star-Crossed Romance
Sexy, witty, and wildly passionate, these are men who love deeply and completely.
— Lynda K. Scott
My Book Addiction and More
A well-written, fast paced, page turning, romance. The characters are enchanting.
— April Renn
This Book For Free
One of my most favorite romantic couple right along with Elizabeth and Mr. Darcy.
— Shoshana
Yankee Romance Reviewers
The book delivers... another delightful romp.
— Terra
Books Like Breathing
The writing is just so good and the characters are excellent.
— Grace
Love Romance Passion
Dare whips up another captivating wolfish read!
— Susan
The Book Girl
Kept me reading way late into the night.
— Carrie
the Bad and the Unread The Good
A tremendously fun series.
— Sandy
Fang-tastic Books
Lydia Dare has a winning series on her hands... romantic, fun, and filled with magic.
— Roxanne
Thoughts in Progress
THE WOLF NEXT DOOR features suspense, romance, paranormal events, and adventure with bits of humor well placed throughout.
— Mason Canyon
The Cajun Book Lady
The characters that Lydia Dare creates are just wonderful and I've fallen in love with each and every one.
— Kris
The Life and Lies of a Flying Inanimate Object
Fast-paced, exciting, and romantic.
— Haley Mathiot
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781402236969
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 6/1/2010
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 416
  • Sales rank: 712,234
  • Product dimensions: 4.24 (w) x 6.94 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Meet the Author

Lydia Dare
Lydia Dare is the pen name for writing team Tammy Falkner (author of A Lady and Her Magic) and Jodie Pearson. Both are active members of the Heart of Carolina Romance Writers and live near Raleigh, North Carolina.
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From Chapter 1

Langley Downs, Hampshire
December 1816

Prisca Hawthorne was fairly certain Bedlam was in her future. Still, she couldn't help herself. She had to leave, to see if her wolf had returned. It was a foolish thing to do, Prisca well knew. How many nights had she gone in search of him, only to return home tired and disappointed? Still, something in her soul told her she'd be successful tonight. And she never questioned that feeling; it had always been correct in the past.

She slipped into her long, wool coat as she padded across the cold marble floor. After all, it would be simply foolish to traipse around her property in the middle of night in only her flimsy nightrail. More foolish than searching for an elusive wolf.

Prisca pushed open the double glass doors that led to the veranda. The frosty winter wind swirled around her, lifting the edge of her coat and making her shiver. This was surely madness.

She quietly closed the doors behind her and rushed across the veranda, down the stone steps, and out toward her garden. The moon was full tonight, lighting her way, which made her smile. He only came to her when the moon was full. She sped up her pace.

The garden was not in bloom this time of year, but the hedgerows and topiaries still kept their form. Prisca pressed forward down the path, first around one hedge and then around another.

She spotted him and stopped in her tracks.

He had come.

Standing in a shaft of moonlight, the wolf seemed to be waiting for her. Prisca's heart pounded out a familiar beat, and anticipation coursed through her veins. He was still the most magnificent creature she'd ever seen, with his regal black coat, icy blue eyes, and proud stature. If anyone else had seen her approach the dangerous creature, her conveyance to Bedlam would have been summoned immediately. But she knew from their past encounters that he was, if not tame, of no risk to her. She was the only one who'd ever seen the wolf. At times, she doubted he was real. In fact, it seemed like a lifetime since she'd seem him last.

Prisca smiled at the beast and stepped forward. "There you are. I didn't know if I'd see you again." She sat on a stone bench and patted the space beside her.

The wolf appeared to heave a sigh, though that seemed an odd thing for him to do. Then he slowly walked toward her. He stopped before her feet, peered up at her with his cool blue eyes, and rested his head in her lap.

Prisca stroked his coarse black fur and closed her eyes, reveling in the feel of him. There was something so familiar, so comforting in the animal. Which was why she could never tell anyone about him; they'd all think she had lost her mind.

The wolf pressed closer to her, and Prisca laughed. "I missed you, too. You should visit me more often. You could even stay here," she suggested. Wouldn't all of Hampshire faint if they discovered she kept a wolf for a pet? "I'd take good care of you."

The wolf closed his eyes, and Prisca scratched behind his ears. She told him all about her brothers and the goings-on around their village, just like she always had whenever he visited her. All the while, the wolf enjoyed her ministrations and seemed content to stay there forever.

Suddenly, he lifted his head with a jolt, looked her straight in the eyes, and ran out of the garden and into a copse of trees at the edge of the property as though he'd been summoned by some invisible force. It happened so fast that Prisca couldn't even call out for him to wait.

She sighed in defeat, wondering how long it would be until she saw him again.

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  • Posted April 3, 2012

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    Loved it!!!

    They can't even be in the same room together...Ever since their failed elopement years ago, Prisca Hawthorne has taunted, insulted, and in every way tried to push him away. If only her heart didn't break every time Lord William Westfield left her...But staying apart is even worse...Lord William throws himself into drinking, gambling, and debauchery and pretends not to care about Prisca at all. But when he returns to find a rival werewolf vying for her hand, he'll stop at nothing to claim the woman who should have been his all along. Can Prisca forgive the unforgivable, or are the moon-crossed lovers going to be forced into a battle of wills that could be fatal?

    Will and Prissy have always been at each others throats. Neither are willing to admit that they have romantic feelings for the other; so instead they bicker, they quarrel, they infuriate their friends and family by keeping up a silly facade of hatred, and in like most Regency romances . . . they end up forced into marriage. Yet, the story has a twist with Will and his brothers actually being werewolves. Can the couple's loath for each other be turned into love when Will's wild side becomes known?

    I haven't read a good historical romance for a while, so this was fun + it has werewolves (yummy!). I found I read half the book in one sitting and devoured the last half shortly after and considering this was book three in a series, it held strong as a stand alone read. Definitely a sizzling Regency England tale that has gone to the wolves! Of course, I'll be checking out the two previous books in the series since I'd love to see how the other brothers (Simon and Benjamin) fared.

    Likes: Will & Prisca's bickering was enjoyable throughout and her brothers were great characters as well.

    Dislikes: Not much to dislike: romance - check, humor - check, historical - check. Good!

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 14, 2011

    Lydia Dare makes loving a wolf so easy

    I've been of Lydia Dare for a while now. After reading the first book in her series of wonderfully planned out tales, I couldn't resist adding more to my collection. With the help of my trusty Nook, I've made it to The Wolf Next Door. It's a must read for anyone who appreciates an author who spends time developing their characters, making the reader either love or hate them oh so much. In this book, the man character William has been developing throughout the previous two books but now its his time to shine. I think readers will fall in love with William and his love interest Prissy. After reading the first five pages, I couldn't put this book down.

    From the great plot details, beautiful scenery and most handsome of lycan mean, this book will keep you engaged and wanting more. If you're looking excitement, a great story and some good ole romance, than The Wolf Next Door is a must read.

    I wish he lived near me. :)

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 10, 2012

    What's Next

    I found this book at the library at it looked kinda good something to past the time. Read it and loved it now I want to read the whole series even though I am out of order. Adding Lydia Dare to my pile of supernatural romance authors.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 16, 2010

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    strong family affair

    Prisca Hawthorne and William Westfield were in love and had planned to elope until she heard he sired a child with someone else. She rejected him and he turned elsewhere for his satisfaction. Over the next few years even though she knows he never fathered that child, they remain estranged though they are still attracted to one another and unable to avoid each other as their family circles intertwine.

    In 1816, her four younger brothers decide they need to stop their meddling sister from intruding on their lives. They believe William is perfect to marry their sister as he is the only person they know who might be able to control their "Prissy". None of the Hawthorne siblings are aware that a wolf that visits Prisca is actually love struck William, who like his brothers is a Lycan (werewolf being a derogatory term). William becomes concerned when a rogue Lycan starts sniffing at his soulmate. He begins a desperate counter ploy to keep his beloved safe, but fears what will happen when she learns the truth about what he did, what he is, and how much he loves her.

    The third Westfield wolfish paranormal Regency romance is more of a family affair than its predecessors as the stars of Tall, Dark and Wolfish and A Certain Wolfish Charm join in the fun of as the back cover states "moon-crossed" lovers. Readers will enjoy William's Hail Mary though he should have heeded his brother's advice by telling Prisca he loves her. Instead he complicates their relationship with a convoluted scheme that makes his telling the truth about Lycan and witches so much more complex. Lydia Dare provides a strong family affair.

    Harriet Klausner

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 7, 2013

    The only reason I gave this 4 stars is because Prisca became jus

    The only reason I gave this 4 stars is because Prisca became just a rude shrew (compared to the first book) and sometimes I just wanted to smack her upside the head. I still love Will and the other characters because they are so strong and the premise is still great. It's worth the read, even if Prisca is annoying at times.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 2, 2010

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    i love the series!

    does anyone know why this book is not an ebook yet?
    i have not been able to read the book because i can't buy on my nook.
    ): help anyone?

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 8, 2013

    Loved

    This book was as good as thefist two. On to the next!

    0 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 29, 2013

    I love this series!!!! Wish there were more of these titles.

    Book 3 in the series - featuring middle brother....Will & Presca..... the-girl-next-door. the couple who were meant to be but almost weren't! Not quite as exciting as the first two....simply because we have already been introduced to these two characters. Still quite an enjoyable read. I couldn't wait to start it and couldn't put it down when I did! Now on to Book 4 The taming of the Wolf.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 27, 2012

    Loved it!!!

    I loved this book! Can't wait for a new one to come out. I've read all 4. Good work Lydia:)

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  • Posted July 31, 2011

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    What happened to Prisca???

    The Prisca of this book is NOTHING like the strong, independent woman we saw in book one. She's witchy-with-a-B (and that's saying something, 'cause there's two actual witches in this book), insecure, and really, not a very sympathetic character. If I were Will (who acts like an idiot, yes, but doesn't deserve all she puts him through in the end), I would have left her at her father's around page ten. It's like she had a book-long bout of uber-PMS. (And seriously, how is it possible for a woman to grow up in the country with not one, not two, but five older brothers and not have a clue about--ahem--male anatomy? How?) Please, please, PLEASE let Caitrin not suffer a similar personality transplant in book four. I'm not sure I'll be able to take it if she does.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 21, 2010

    Eh...

    I had a lot of problems with this book. For one, compromising a woman just to marry her doesn't seem like the makings of a beautiful marriage (and Lydia Dare needs to stop recycling material, there are other ways for people to get together in the real world... like an actual courting). There is also the fact that "fiery" Prisca is full of sh*t. She's supposed to be the character with backbone but Will basically fake rapes her, then forces her into marriage and has the balls to treat her like she's property, but she still allows him to feel up her because she's overcome with passion. That's unrealistic. No matter how much I love my fiance, if I'm pissed at him, I won't let him try to get some nooky-nooky. This book was the worst out of the three of them. I liked Ellie's story the best.

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  • Posted June 5, 2010

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    Prisca vs. Will....a battle of wills

    Prisca Hawthorne has grown up adored, loved, indulged, and protected by her family of all men. From an early age she has been in love with her neighbor William Westfield, but she believes that she can never trust him with her heart because of the numerous gossip rags that have recounted his many exploits which were only reinforced by her brother's recounts of their adventures together.

    William Westfield has grown up with the Hawthornes and has always known that Prisca was his one true love. When she jilts him on the eve of their elopement, believing he fathered a child with another woman, William tries to forget his love for the woman who no longer wishes to have anything to do with him by drinking, gambling and seducing too many women to count.yet he secretly seeks her out while in his wolf form where she unknowingly forms a lasting bond with him.

    I found The Wolf Next Door to be a bit frustrating.mostly because of it's heroine, Prisca, and her inability or unwillingness to believe in and trust in Will. Even after she finds that Will was falsely named as the father of the child to another woman, she fears his unfaithfulness, thus starts four years of rejection for Will. She even goes as far as testing his renewed attempts to build their relationship by asking her maid to try and seduce him, yet remained unconvinced of his sincerity even after he rejects the maid's attempts. I felt like Will was constantly being ridiculed, tested and rejected for virtually the entire story, but without any personal incidents to support Prisca's fears it seemed like he was beating his head against an unwavering and solidly built brick wall. Frankly, if I would have been Will, I would have given up on Prisca.and this may have been because the only Prisca that the reader gets to know is "rejection" Prisca, not the Prisca that Will knew and grew to love as a young man.

    It seemed as if Prisca's same fears were rehashed over and over again without any new incidents to explain her continued reluctance to give Will another chance (even though technically he was never unfaithful to her during their courtship). Because so much of the story focused on Prisca there was very little character growth in Will's character. Unlike his two brother's story who both seemed to have some aspect of their Lycan nature to overcome while finding love, the only thing that Will had to overcome was Prisca's reluctant pig-headedness, as well as his conflict with the rival for Prisca's affections.

    It's not that I disliked Prisca, because honestly you don't learn much more about her than she believes Will is a complete "hound dog" (pun intended) and that's what was so exasperating and wearisome. The reader can't get beyond Will's potential to be unfaithful because Prisca can't get beyond it. She accepts his wolf and his Lycan heritage much more willingly than she accepts his love. Because their story focused on her fears for so much of the story it seemed very one dimensional compared to Ben and Elspeth's enchanting love story in Tall, Dark and Wolfish. Consequently, I was a little bit disappointed in The Wolf Next Door. Despite my feelings about The Wolf Next Door I do plan on putting the next book in this series, The Taming of the Wolf, on my wish list because I enjoy the supporting characters and the writing style of Lydia Dare.
    Overall: 3.25 stars

    Sensuality level: 2.50 (one love scene, and a few intimate moments that are somewhat descriptive)

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  • Posted June 1, 2010

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    It keeps getting better

    I must say that this was my favourite book of the 3. Why, well everyone that have read them know about William and Prisca, their constant banter and how they seem to loathe each other, but at the same time they do seem to like each other...a lot. With that in mind I started this book.

    We finally get an explanation why Prisca takes every opportunity she gets so verbally abuse William. There was a failed elopement years ago, and neither got over that. It is obvious that they still have feelings for each other, but Prisca does not trust him, and William is a notorious rake by now.

    Her brothers are finally tired of her and has a plan, marry her off to William. But there is another suitor, and he is one big bad wolf. William will not back down now. It's all or nothing, and he is not ready to loose her.

    Like I said before I could not wait to read Prisca's and William's story because they are at each other all the time. I was wondering how they with their constant bickering could see past that and fall in love. Well I can tell you that is not an easy road. They are still bickering, and the tension is running high in this book.

    Prisca is a nice heroine who is not afraid to speak her mind, even if that leads her into trouble. And William, oh he is such a flirt, but with such a good heart that it just makes me wanna hug him, and the smack him over the head.

    This is a fun book, you know it with those two, she is always at his throat, and he is trying to seduce her one way or the other. There is the merry hunt, and what happens afterwards. And then there is the big bad wolf lurking in the shadows, wanting Prisca for himself.

    These two made this book the best so far. It had something for everyone, werewolves (yay), damsels in distress, witty remarks, and some lines that nearly killed me from laughing. For example when she asks why he always has something in his pocket. That, lol, has to be read.

    A good werewolf story set in the regency era, and a nice conclusion to the Westfield story. All brothers had something special, but I do think I am starting to like William the best after this.

    Tensions are running high, when a wicked werewolf finally meets his match, and passion can't be denied no longer.

    Do you want the a historical romance, but with a bit of extra? Then werewolves might just be for you....3,5

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  • Posted May 31, 2010

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    The Wolf Next Door

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    The Wolf Next Door (The Westfield Wolves series - Book 3) by Lydia Dare

    This is the third book in Lydia Dare's debut trilogy about the three Westfield brothers, Simon, Benjamin and William. This book is Will's story. Will Westfield and Prisca Hawthorne have been neighbors for their entire lives. After a failed engagement Prisca and Will antagonize and snipe at each other on a constant basis, though they still love each other very much. Prisca just can't seem to trust Will because of all of his scandalous past. But, when a rival wolf vies for Prisca's hand, Will decides he cannot live with Prisca.

    Prisca's brothers believe that Will is the only man for Prisca and they hatch a plan to get the two of them together, even as Will is forming a plan of his own. After Prisca is lost in the woods, Will finds her takes care of her through the night, attempting to compromise her and assuring that she would have to marry him. Prisca is less than thrilled because she wanted Will to marry her for love. Will Prisca and Will forget their differences and find love? Who is the mysterious golden wolf? What will Prisca do when she finds out that Will is more than just your average man?

    My Thoughts:

    I have really enjoyed this series. The Westfield brothers and their wives have been wonderful characters. This third book in the series was excellent. I had been waiting for Will's story from the beginning. He was just a great character. Trying to hide his love for Prisca by turning to other women and gambling, you can see that he is miserable without Prisca. She is a fiery spitfire of a girl. Unconventional and very headstrong, Prisca is what I might consider a strong woman. She has her own opinions and isn't afraid to voice them.

    One of my favorite parts was the interaction between the brothers in this book. Will is always the brother who gives advice about women to both Simon and Benjamin, but he can't seem to get his own love life to go in the right direction. Simon and Benjamin are constantly at each other in a brotherly sort of way. I like the interaction of the wives also. This series is as much about the Westfield women as it is the men.

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  • Posted May 16, 2010

    A wonderful, witty read.

    THE WOLF NEXT DOOR by Lydia Dare is a wonderful Regency Paranormal Romance. Set in 1816 England. It is the third in this series. It is well written, fast paced, page turning, romance. The characters are enchanting. You have the girl next door who has been in love with the boy next door who is a Lycan, She however is not aware of his true nature. He has been in love with her for years. In his endeavor to get the girl, to vye her away from another Lycan sniffing around her, no one has heard of, he creates a mess. This has great family ties, with witty dialog, and charming characters. Both the main characters and the secondary characters are strong, witty,and charming. You have romance, sensuality, wit, Lycans, and mystery. This is a great read. A keeper. I would highly recommend. This book was received for review and details can be found at Sourcebooks and My Book Addiction and More

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