Regency England Has Gone To The Wolves!
It Takes A Beast...
Grayson Hadley is in his own special hell-being treated like a wayward pup by the tutor employed to turn him into a true gentleman. So when he meets a hot-blooded American beauty with the mark of a Lycan, he's only too glad to slip his leash.
To Bring This Lady To Heel
Accustomed to running wild in the swamps of Louisiana, Miss Liviana Mayeux is shipped off to her grandfather's in London to learn a thing or two about polite society. At first she scoffs at the English Lycans' apparent tameness. Little does Livi realize how very close she is to unleashing the passion that lies just beneath the surface...
Praise for The Wolf Who Loved Me:
"A fast-paced, sweet story...the sensuality attains just the right level to make a gal want a wolf of her own."-Booklist
"A true enchanting delight...I swear Lydia Dare just keeps getting better and better."-Yankee Romance Reviewers
"A sensual, fun, witty romance."-Night Owl Reviews
"Completely entertaining and fun."-Long and Short Reviews: Best Book of the Month
In 1820, Liviana Mayeux is sent from her beloved New Orleans to live with her grandfather in England and learn to become a proper British lady. Grayson Hadley, Livi's new neighbor is a grown man from a good family, but his mother has suddenly decided that he needs lessons in proper society behavior. Livi can immediately tell that they share a secret: they're werewolves. Livi and Grayson bicker and snipe and swear they have no intention of falling in love, but of course they do, bonding over a shared irritation with proper British society. As a Regency romance, the book works well enough, but as a werewolf story it is curiously deficient. For all the talk of packs and alphas, the "mark of the beast," and "Lycans," no one actually shifts into werewolf form even once during the book, disappointing readers looking for paranormal action.