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To Tame a Wolfe (World of de Wolfe Pack) by Jennifer Siddoway. Historical Romance Release & ARC Review.

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n his eyes, Kendall saw something that she had never seen before—vulnerability.

Sir Caius De Wolfe is no stranger in the game of seduction—he's a hunter after all—but now he is done with games, he just has to prove that to his betrothed.

Caius has been engaged to Kendall Del Rey ever since they were young. She was little more than a child when he last saw her, but when Lady Kendall returns to Rule Water Castle as a stunning beauty, he could not be more pleased. However, with a bevy of broken hearts in his wake, he still has a reputation left to deal with, and their engagement does not go as smoothly as he expects.

Lady Kendall always wanted to marry Caius, until he spurned her as a child and broke her heart into a million pieces. How can she trust the hunter, knowing the collection of trophies he's acquired throughout the years? Now that Sir De Wolfe's sight is fixed on her, she wonders if his new affection is not just another game.

Only when he manages to catch her would she submit and let the young Wolfe devour her. 


Although Sir Caius De Wolfe has been betrothed since he was a child, he has a reputation as a womanizer.  No woman ever refuses him and he enjoys being the center of attention.
Lady Kendall Del Rey has heard all about how her betrothed has behaved.  She even saw him herself.  How can she marry a man who thinks so little of her,  to shame her so.  
This book is part of the De Wolfe world and that means it links to a lot of fabulous warriors in other books.  Our hero has to change his ways to please his betrothed and our heroine has to learn to trust someone who doesn't seem trust worthy.  
An entertaining story.


Jennifer is an author from Tallahassee, Florida with Duncurra LLC.
After receiving a degree in theatre and working as a scenic artist for twelve years, she changed careers to do what she really loves—writing. Jennifer believes that part of her job as an artist and storyteller is to create a narrative that explores a fresh perspective and leaves the audience thinking.
When she’s not busy writing or burying her nose in a book, Jennifer enjoys doing medieval reenactment with her husband and two children.

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