Prince Of Wolves
Published Sep 1994
Joelle, has come to Lovell, Canada, a small town in the Rockies, to find her parents, whose plane crashed in the area years ago but they were never found. Joelle, made a promise to herself that no matter what she would find them so she goes to Lovell to find a guide since the one she originally hired skipped out on her. So when she first comes to Lovell, she bumps into, Luke, who stirs her blood like none other. Luke, is part of a race of werewolves, and has come down from his home in the mountains, to find a woman to warm his bed for the winter, and he picks Joelle, who is the first one to fight him on anything, and he becomes intrigued and drawn to her in a way that surprises himself, and he knows that he must have her, because she is his……
The Hero (Luke Gevaudan)
Luke, is the last of his kind, since his species are dying out. Luke is fine with his life the way it is, until he finds his mate….Joelle, and he knows he must have her, and he is determined to seduce her, however before he knows it his feelings get in the way and he knows that he must resist her before he drags her into his world, however he finds that he has a weakness where Joelle is concerned and the intense feelings that he has for her he knows will never go away.
The Heroine (Joelle Randall)
Joelle, is an only child and ever since her parents died she knew she needed to find them, and even though it has taken her longer than she thought, she is finally here and she knows she will do everything it takes to find her parent’s plane. But when she finds out that there is only one man that can be her guide, and that is the formidable Luke, the one everyone is afraid of, and say he is dangerous to be around. However, Joelle is drawn to him but is very cautious around him, and she starts to fall in love with him even after she discovers who he truly is.
I don’t think I have ever read from this author until know, and since I just love shifter romances, this book just drew me and the cover is so incredibly sexy that I couldn’t resist. I did enjoy the style of writing that Susan Krinard displays but its a bit more detailed and more intense and vivid, and I will admit there were moments throughout where I was totally drawn into it, however there were others where it was such a book to be content in. Overall it was a enjoyable story, one you read by the fire or out in the sunlight on a warm day, a story to be enjoyed but not one that will totally captivate you. Although I would recommend this author to anyone that is looking for an intense and enjoyable romance that will softly carry one away into the world Krinard creates.
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