ARC Reviews


World Of De Wolfe Pack: Wolfe Of The West. by Elizabeth Rose. My Review.

Billy de Wolfe, known as Wolfe, is a loner and bounty hunter who has no ties to anyone. But when his ancestor, a medieval knight named Sir William de Wolfe appears as a ghost to set him straight and remind him of the importance of family - his life takes a twist. He finds himself returning to his family’s ranch, having to face not only his siblings but his best friend from childhood – the woman he’s loved and lost - Lexi Marquardt. 

Can a medieval ghost help a cowboy with a lost soul realize his mistakes of the past before he loses his family and the woman he loves forever? And can a lone wolf learn that the De Wolfe Pack always runs together? 

Billy de Wolfe has been making a living as a bounty hunter since the death of his fiance and unborn baby. In a dream one night he is visited by an ancestor who makes him realise his family need him. The family he has neglected for years. His ancestor will not give him any peace until he fixes things.
Alexandra (Lexi) Marquart moved in with a friend when her husband was killed in the war. The ranch she and her daughter are living on belongs to the family of her very best childhood friend, but it is in danger of being lost with no men or money to work it. The family scattered to the for corners during the war.
A short but exciting historical western that ties in nicely with the World of de Wolfe series. Our hero has a really important decision to make. Stay as a lone wolf or run with the pack.


Elizabeth Rose is the author of medieval, paranormal, fantasy and contemporary novels. While based on romance, her novels have complex plots, action and suspense. She loves writing bad boy tortured heroes and empowered feisty heroines.

Her books have won rave reviews, and been seen on The History Channel as well as Wild Chicago. She has been a Sapphire Award finalist, and been nominated by Romantic Times for a Reviewer’s Choice Award.

She is also a freelance artist and photographer, and has designed and created all her own e-book covers as well as created all her own book trailer videos.

She has several series: The Legacy of the Blade Series, Daughters of the Dagger, Elemental Series, Tarnished Saints Series, Greek Myth Fantasy, and her newest, her Scottish medieval MadMan MacKeefe series.

She hopes to visit the castles of Scotland and England personally some day. However, she has been to the jungles of Peru and Machu Picchu which inspired her novels, Curse of the Condor and Eden’s Garden.

Elizabeth’s trademark is a rose on the cover of each of her books, to let you know it is her work, since there are other authors by the same name. She also ends each novel with the title of the book being the last words of the story.

Visit her website to view her latest book trailers and to read excerpts of her work.


  1. Thanks for the review, Petula. I'm glad you enjoyed my book.

    1. I am addicted to the World of de Wolfe. Historical is my favourite flavour.


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