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A Reader's Opinion: Hungry Like de Wolf by Anna Markland


Two great medieval dynasties come together. Le Veque’s De Wolfe Pack and Markland’s Montbryce~FitzRam family. The world will never be the same.


Romantic Contemporary with a touch of Medieval! Hungry Like de Wolfe, written by Anna Markland, is an excellent short novella to devour in an afternoon. It's a real page turner! Beware, because you won't be able to put it down. Anna Markland has done her magic again! I loved her two characters, Blaise Emery Quentin de Wolfe and Anne Smith. This novella starts as Anne, a young widow and professional Genealogical researcher, is asked to do a research on the de Wolfe heritage. Blaise needs confirmation of his de Wolfe ancestral roots in order to keep De Wolfe Hall, where he resides. Let's say that both have lost loved ones and wish to stay independent. However, as they start sharing memories and secrets, a beautiful friendship starts to bloom! As they spend more time researching about the Montbryce and de Wolfe ancestral roots, trust will come back and love will be in the air! Hungry Like de Wolfe is the beautiful short contemporary story of a knight and his lady! Anna Markland is an excellent storyteller, she never disappoints me!

Format Read: E-Book

Book Source: Provided by the author or publisher

Reviewer's Rating: 5 Stars | Content Rating: 4 1/2 Stars | Reviewed by: Nicole Laverdure

Available 9/6/2016 | VIEW OUR RATING SYSTEM

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