Wednesday, April 3, 2013

The Wolf's Pursuit by Rachel Van Dyken

 The Wolf's Pursuit (London Fairy Tales, #3)
What happens when one is both Hunter and Wolf?

You know it’s going to be a bad day when you get shot at—twice. Hunter Wolfsbane, Duke of Haverstone, also known as “Wolf” is having exactly one of those days. Things take a turn for the worse when he’s notified that he’ll be acquiring a partner for his newest mission. The rub? He’s kissed her---twice. In his defense, she was already ruined, but it didn’t help matters that she was the sister-in-law to his best friend in the world.

And how does a woman protect her heart from one who has the power to destroy everything she holds dear?

Lady Gwendolyn has only one thing on her mind--Finding the Wolf and strangling him where he stands. Unfortunately, she needs him to complete one final mission for the Crown and to keep her family safe. It has absolutely nothing to do with her attraction to him, or his golden eyes, or his wicked smile, or the fact that he’s convinced to keep his heart encased in ice—that is, if he still possesses one.

Tifferz Take~
I am a huge fan of the London Fairy Tales series by Rachel Van Dyken. I have been so excited for Hunter's story to come out.  I am thrilled that Ms. Van Dyken has major skills and gets her books out quickly. So, I didn't have to wait long. The Wolf's Pursuit is a retelling of little red riding hood! This story is filled with mystery, romance and such funny banter! I was thrilled that Gwen and Hunter don't care for each other. It makes the tension between the two as thick as a milk shake! I thought I would figure out who the mole was sooner in the story. I was surprised at the motive the mole had. So, if you want an adventure with two spies that sparks fly between the two. I would highly recommend this read! I think this story stands alone nicely but I personally think it best to read these stories in order. So you can keep up will the other characters. I am sitting on the edge of me seat waiting for the next installment of the London Fairy Tale series!!! I just can't get enough of Rachel Van Dyken's writing!

Fyi~ does not contain any swearing or sex.

source~ Publisher for review

you can pick up the kindle book here

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