Editorial Reviews. Review. “Lydia Dare casts a spell on her readers! A scorching hot read, full of magick and desire.” – Love Romance Passion “Plenty of twists. Lydia Dare is the pen name for writing team Tammy Falkner (author of A Lady and Her Series By Lydia Dare; Books By Lydia Dare Tall, Dark and Wolfish. Buy a cheap copy of Tall, Dark and Wolfish book by Lydia Dare. In Lydia Dare’s debut trilogy, Regency England has gone to the wolves! He’s lost the most.
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Tall, Dark and Wolfish by Lydia Dare – FictionDB
So glad you liked this one too! I also would have liked to see Simon and Lily but really the story was good without them. The reckless, rakish younger brother of a powerful duke, Lord Benjamin Westfield transforms into a wolf under the light of the full moon – until one fateful evening when he doesn’t change and his life is shattered.
Fearing lyida may never be able to change again, Benjamin sets out for Scotland in search of a witch who can heal his inner beast. The noble werewolf is drawn to the beautiful young woman, but what does he have to offer in this broken state?
Tall, Dark and Wolfish
I was a little hesitant going into this one. In that first novel, Lydia Dare wilfish up the plot for at least two future books focused on lycanthrope brothers Ben and Will Westfield. Ben was mentioned in passing, and because Will was the brother whom Dare set-up a clear love interest, I assumed his book would be next.
I was even more disheartened to learn that his love interest would be a Scottish witch.
Boy, was I wrong. Elspeth is a healer. Elspeth is a wonderful heroine.
Enter Ben Westfield, who is in dire need of healing. Ben is xare lycan, but after a troublesome encounter with a prostitute he has lost his ability to transform into his wolf. Elspeth and her coven of witches are recommended to Ben in order to correct his ailment I loved Ben and Elspeth.
Elspeth lives up to her hair and is one fiery little heroine. Plus these two are utterly scorching in the bedroom; Elspeth turned to take a towel from the rack behind her and found Ben blocking her path.
How had he moved so fast? He smiled as he brushed a lock of hair from her face.
There are some things that should be done slowly. These women are wonderfully introduced, and though their scenes are small, Dare certainly gives each of them vibrant personalities that I look forward to reading in future novels.
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