May 26, 2010 5 flames 6

Author: Lydia Dare
Source: Sourcebooks
*I received this book free of charge in exchange for an honest review*
  • Mass Market Paperback: 416 pages
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca (June 1, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1402236964
  • ISBN-13: 978-1402236969

They can’t even be in the same room together…
Ever since their failed elopement years ago, Prisca Hawthorne has taunted, insulted, and in every way tried to push him away. If only her heart didn’t break every time Lord William Westfield left her…
But staying apart is even worse…
Lord William throws himself into drinking, gambling, and debauchery and pretends not to care about Prisca at all. But when he returns to find a rival werewolf vying for her hand, he’ll stop at nothing to claim the woman who should have been his all along.
Can Prisca forgive the unforgivable, or are the moon-crossed lovers going to be forced into a battle of wills that could be fatal?
If you have not read this series yet, all I can say is why not?  This is one of the best series I have read in awhile. This is the third book in the series and the author did another amazing job of blending historical romance with the paranormal mixed in.  This book could be read as a stand alone, but to get the true feel of all the characters involved in the story, you should really read the first two.  Prisca is stubborn and strong willed since she has grown up with little female influence. Will was a great character in the fact that he is not what he seems at first.  What more can I say about this book besides go out and get the whole series!  You will enjoy the witty writing, the complicated romance and the characters that will grow on you quickly, and still be craving more from this author. 


Outstanding Book That Will Stay On My Bookshelf

For Rereading!

6 Responses to “THE WOLF NEXT DOOR by Lydia Dare”

  1. Patti

    I love this series! I was in the bookstore yesterday for something else and I saw one copy of this on the shelf – of course I grabbed it!

  2. Dawn

    I’ve yet to read a historical paranormal. Sounds like this series is a great place to start. Thanks for the review.

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