The Taming of the Wolf is a howltastic, rip-roaring fun time!

When Dashiel Thorpe, Earl of Brimsworth sees the lovely Caitrin Macleod under a full moon, he can not control himself. Dash ends up biting Caitrin. Though the bite, Dash binds Caitrin to him. Immediately after the incident, Caitrin runs to her room and heads back home to Scotland.

Dash has never met anyone like Caitrin and knows he probably will never meet anyone like her again. Dash follows Caitrin. Can he convince Caitrin that she does belong with him?

The Taming of the Wolf is the latest novel from dynamic duo, Tammy Falkner and Jodie Pearson writing as Lydia Dare. I was first introduced to these authors and what they had to offer when I read the first book, A Certain Wolfish Charm. The passion involving Dash and Caitrin was almost animalistic. They were meant to be together. Dash is the perfect name for Dashiel as he is dashing. Caitrin is feisty and knows how to put Dash in his place. I missed reading the two books after the first one and after finishing this one, I really want to go back and read them now. Not that I was not planning to already but now I have a bigger reason to. Lydia Dare helps show that werewolves are sexy in any time period. The Taming of the Wolf is a howltastic, rip-roaring fun time!


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