Wednesday, 15 September 2010

Book Review - Tall, Dark and Wolfish by Lydia Dare

Tall Dark and Wolfish by Lydia Dare

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 he 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?

My Review
Tall Dark and Wolfish is the second book in the Westfield Brothers and I must admit it was my favourite from the 3 novels....I mean WOW! I love how all the charm of the characters came to life in the book and made it feel so real....if only it was I mean we all love a little wolf in our stories ;o)

 I was a little afraid of this book as I didn't want to give up on my Love for the 3rd book in the series The Wolf Next Door, I was smitten with William the middle brother out of the 3 but starting Benjamin's story only gave me a greater love for Lydia's writing and her passion for doing what she does best and of course that is write. Lydia take's you on an exciting journey one that is full of love, fire, passion, wit and a little fierceness from the ladies and if all that wolf isn't enough then I'm sure you will fall for the witty witch Elspeth a Scottish lass who of course has her coven sisters to fight where needed even if means getting the weather and vines to do the dirty both good and bad ways of course.

I truly love this series completing each book in less then 3 hours and not even leaving a slight crease down the spine.....and to think I have to wait for a companion novel - The Taming if The Wolf I know it will be hell but I am sure it will be worth the wait!!

Full Links to series reviews
Book 2 - Tall Dark and Wolfish

Happy Reading....


  1. I'm hearing such good things about this series, and I"m a huge fan of sexy werewolves so I think I need to add these books to my TBR list! Can you read them out of order?

  2. Oh! Thanks again for the lovely review! I am so glad you loved each of these books. :)

    And, Jenny - you can read them out of order, but like most things - but if read them in order, you'll probably pick up on a couple things you would have missed otherwise.

  3. This looks like a great read. Im a new follower


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