Regency England Has Gone to the Wolves!
Lady Madeline Hayburn Has Money Problems...
Specifically, she has so much of it that she's dogged by fortune hunters, including her bewilderingly attractive, penniless neighbor, with his wild nature and uncouth manners...
Weston Hadley Has An Identity Crisis...
Specifically, he's just turned into a wolf while Madeline was watching. Now it's up to the regal lady to tame the wild beast...if she can...
Praise for Lydia Dare's Regency Werewolves
"SEXY, witty, and wildly passionate."—Star–Crossed Romance
"ENGROSSING...combines paranormal abilities, mortal angst, and great storytelling."—Fresh Fiction
"DELICIOUSLY witty and sensationally sensuous...delightful historical romance."—Romance Junkies
"LYDIA DARE'S intrigue, sexual tension, and humor will keep you reading well into the night."—Love Romance Passion
Dare returns to her gentleman werewolves in 1820 Mayfair with a new story arc featuring Weston, Grayson, and Archer Hadley, penniless and ill-behaved younger half-brothers of imposing marquess and Alpha werewolf Dashiel Thorpe (protagonist of The Taming of the Wolf). Lady Madeline Hayburn, bored with dowry-seeking suitors, finds Weston intriguing and follows him on the night of the full moon. When she sees him turn into a wolf, he decides the only way to keep the secret within the family is whisk her off to Scotland in a carriage sent by Dashiel's prescient wife, Lady Cait, and bed Maddie before her father can catch them. Family politics are full of personality and strong repartee; the bickering between brothers and the kind, determined machinations of Lady Cait are especially amusing. But the awkward abduction turning into a passionate love match fails to convince, and the protagonists' problems mostly come from their own inconsistent, whiny, and stubborn behavior.