3/04/2008 06:10:00 AM / Posted by Kris /

I also have a buddy review with nath on Tangled Webs by Anne Bishop posted at Breezing Through.

WildWild (Pack of St. James Book1) by Noelle Mack
Kyril. Marko. Semyon. Brothers like no other, sworn to lead the Pack of St. James and defend the English crown, though the blood of Russian wolves runs in their veins. In 1815, every woman in London has heard of their legendary passion for seduction--but no one knows of the supernatural powers that raise them far above the ranks of mortal men.

Dangerous Lover
In pursuit of a priceless treasure stolen from his homeland, Kyril commands the Pack to gather in secret. A rash act by one woman--one extraordinary woman, the sensual and utterly alluring Vivienne Sheridan--has put their ancient clan in peril. He vows to find her--and find out her every secret--before it is too late...
Hidden in a ruined mansion, concealed by the shadows of a moonlit night, Vivienne comes forth, drawn to Kyril by a mysterious magic she is unable to resist. In his powerful embrace, Vivienne senses the wild nature beneath his gentlemanly façade--and she surrenders to his intimate touch. Whatever he wants, she will give...with all the passion of a woman mesmerized...

I enjoyed this book. It was a nice change of pace in historical werewolf books. Most that I read have the hero cursed to be a werewolf and he spends the book trying to break the curse. This one takes a different route. It is a genetic thing and they are proud of their heritage. The heroine has a nice backbone but is not unable to say when she is out of her depth, I like that. There is one part that kind of lost me for a while when he stayed away from her for a time to keep her safe. I do not know if I was just distracted and not reading it fully or the way it was worded, I will have to re-read this at another time. I also liked how it was not your typical, girl gets captured by the bad guys and hero rescues her. There is a nice spin to it. The scenes were nice and hot and the storyline was well thought out. I liked it. The next one is about his brother.

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