Thursday, 27 October 2011

Book Review: Lord of the Wolfyn


  • Mass Market Paperback: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Harlequin (18 Oct 2011)
  • Language English
  • ISBN-10: 0373618700
  • ISBN-13: 978-0373618705

Once upon a time…the Blood Sorcerer vanquished the kingdom of Elden.
To save their children, the queen scattered them to safety and the king filled them with vengeance.
Only a magical timepiece connects the four royal heirs…and time is running out.…
For practical Reda Weston, nothing could explain how reading a sexy version of "Little Red Riding Hood" catapulted her into another realm—face-to-fang with the legendary wolf-creature who seduced women. A wolf who transformed into a dark, virile man….
Dayn cursed the Sorcerer that turned him wolfyn and damned him to a lonely fate. As a beast, he mated with women to gain strength.
Strength he needed to rescue his royal parents. But as a man, he craved Reda's heated, sizzling touch. With little time left, Dayn had to either embrace his wolf to save his kingdom…or fight it to save his woman.



Lord of the Wolfyn was another fabulous instalment of the Royal House of Shadow series. In this book, we meet Dayn, a prince of Elden, sent to the realm of the wolfyn at his kingdom’s downfall. But Dayn has more in common with his enemy than he ever knew…

Reda is in the mortal realm, struggling to overcome the traumatic experience of watching her partner get killed. As a cop, freezing isn’t an option, but it seems to be Reda’s specialty. With her mental state fragile, she finds herself drawn to an unusual shop where she is reunited with a book she had a strong connection with as a child…the first and original edition of Red Riding Hood.

Dayn has spent two decades in the wolfyn realm, awaiting his guide that will take him home. He has hidden his true nature, a blood drinker with the unusual ability to shift into a wolfyn, to himself, knowing that it would get him killed. But things are shifting into alignment, and his guide arrives when he needs her most.

Reda awakens to the handsome woodcutter from her book. But it isn’t her who needs rescuing, it’s Dayn himself.

Lord of the Wolfyn has to be my favourite book in the series yet. I fell in love with the characters, the story, the setting. It was a pleasure to watch Dayn and Reda fall for each other, realise their feelings and struggle on how to act on them.

Along with a beautiful romance, there is plenty of action and heart-pounding intensity in the book. Lord of the Wolfyn has made it onto my just-one-more-chapter bookcase. I cannot wait for the next in the series. 


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