A new sexy Regency paranormal trilogy by bestselling author Lydia Dare features hunky werewolves who need to learn how to behave in polite society. Can this pack of 'gentlemen' be trained in the ways of the ton, or is it too late to teach an old Lycan new tricks?
Lady Madeline Hayburn is called upon to lend her respectability and introduce the Hadley brothers to society. Mr. Weston Hadley admires her from afar, yet his very presence draws her in... (Goodreads).
I requested this book from NetGalley few months ago and I read it about a month ago, but I forgot to post the review for this book. I wrote the review and was saved in my drafts but I never set the date for auto post and it just ended up sitting in my drafts for the last month. Anyways, this was a cute read for me. I love books about wolves and romance. Wolves and Vampires are my favourite and often times I find myself indecisive as to which I like more.
Lady Madeline Hayburn or Maddie is a lady, smart, sassy, funny, headstrong and entertaining character. She is the daughter of a nobleman, Duke of Hyte and she has a large dowry. But once she meets Wes, Weston Hadley everything changes. She falls for him. There is number of things that happen in this book but I do not want to give them away and ruin book for others. But I have to say that some of the plot was ridiculous. But then I thought to myself get over it this is paranormal historical romance novel, of course it is ridiculous. However it was fun to read. There were number of scenes that were very funny and entertaining, and it made me laugh out loud. My favorite was at the beginning of the book, when the sister-in-law hires a governess for the three grown adult men. It was funny.
Overall this was a fun, fast and entertaining read. Characters were lively and well developed, there was a lot of humorous situations that our character gets herself into. Like I always say, if you are looking for historical accuracy in this book then you will not find it here. You have to take this book on as an entertainment value nothing more.
I give this book 3/5 STARS – Happy Reading!