Review: Wolfishly Yours – Lydia Dare

Accustomed to running wild with her Lycan brothers in the swamps of Louisiana, Miss Liviana Mayeux is shipped off to London where Lady Hadley offers to sponsor and assist her. Before she knows it, Vivi finds herself in the middle of a pack of English wolves who are all vying for her attention. But Lady Hadley’s handsome son Grayson is determined to keep her out of trouble. If only he knew how…

My thoughts:
Lycans, how can I not love them. Here we meet Grayson (introduced in previous books) and he is getting his match.
If you have read Dare’s book you know what to expect, if not, then I will tell you. There is humour, banter, flirting, fun, werewolves trying to behave and romance.
Grayson Hadley drinks, gambles and is not the kind of man mothers introduce daughters too. But he is kind and well, he is a Lycan. He does try his best to behave and now and his brother even have a tutor to help them along. I like him, he knows what he wants.
Liviana is an American sent to England to learn proper manners. Yes you see a pattern here. At one time she say something that, well trust me it will be good. She is not timid and proper. And in the end she is everything a Lycan would want. I also liked that she knew his secret from start.
When these two meet there is a clash of wills. The romance grows, which I liked, because things does not happen at once. Though if I would say something negative is that Livi does something at one point that had me really disappointed. Have some faith woman!
Also, it does work as a standalone
Dare does it again. She knows her Lycans
Nice, but he does not look that happy

Series: Westfield wolves #6
Genre; Historical paranormal romance
Pages: 384
Published: November 6th 2012 by Sourcebooks Casablanca
Source. For review


36 thoughts on “Review: Wolfishly Yours – Lydia Dare

  1. Diana Leigh says:

    Ack! I haven't started this series, and it's already up to number six!I would not mind being in the middle of a pack of English wolves who are all vying for my attention. 🙂

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