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The Wolf Next Door (Westfield Wolves #3)

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In Lydia Dare's debut trilogy, Regency England has gone to the wolves!

They can't even be in the same room together...

Ever since their failed elopement years ago, Prisca Hawthorne has taunted, insulted, and in every way tried to push him away. If only her heart didn't break every time Lord William Westfield left her...

But staying apart is even worse...

Lord William throws hi
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Paperback, 395 pages
Published June 1st 2010 by Sourcebooks Casablanca (first published 2010)
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Melindeeloo
After reading a Wolf Next Door I just couldn't wait to find out what happens to Prisca and William who had such a strong presence in their supporting roles - there was just so much tension between the former sweethearts. So I cheated and skipped over Tall, Dark and Wolfish(brother Ben, the hero of the second book, didn't even appear in the first book, so I wasn't going to let his story get in the way of my instant gratification. Though I'll likely read his tale too at some point)

The motivation
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Joelle
Really enjoyed this. I like to see a happy ending. I was so hoping this couple would get to together as Will was so sexy and the chemistry between him and Prissy (nickname) was always there but fighting it. She loved will all along and never thought he would be hers. Will loved her all along but fought his love for her because he was afraid she would love him if he really new what he was.But another Lycan (werewolf) is encroaching on Wills staked claim.He now was to come up with a plan to make P ...more
Becky
Well, I agree with the reviewer who said that the Prisca of this book is NOTHING like the strong, independent woman we saw in book one. She's witchy-with-a-B (and that's saying something, 'cause there's two actual witches in this book), insecure, and really, not a very sympathetic character. If I were Will (who acts like an idiot, yes, but doesn't deserve all she puts him through in the end), I would have left her at her father's around page ten. It's like she had a book-long bout of uber-PMS. ( ...more
Marsha
Jun 19, 2010 Marsha rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Adults
I was truly looking forward to reading, The Wolf Next Door, book three of the Westfield Brothers since Will Westfield, the second brother is my favorite character. However, I was somewhat dissapointed with this installment.

Will and Prisca Hawthorne have had a prickly relationship since their failed elopement many years ago. They both believe the other does not still care and their snippiness towards each other is heartbreaking. All of that changes when a lycan, Dashiel Thorpe (The Earl of Brimsw
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Lauren
The Wolf Next Door
3 Stars

Synopsis:
Prisca Hawthorne has had it in for William Westfield ever since their failed elopement. She is convinced that she can never trust him again and is determined to make him miserable. William has always loved Prisca and hopes she will forgive him one day, but when a rival Lycan appears on the scene, William realizes that time is running out and he will have to do something to claim the woman he has always wanted.

Review:
I've wanted to read this book since meeting P
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Zeek
I found Wolf Next Door to be thoroughly… meh.

I started off excited about this one because I love a good best friends becoming more story and I truly liked the first two entries in this series. Unfortunately the heroine’s stubborn determination to believe the worst of the hero- (she says more than once, "I dont plan to make this easy for you" and she didn't for the reader either)- creates the most overused plot device to contrive conflict in a romance novel out there right now- “the big misunder
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Lover of Romance
Prisca Hawthorne has loved Lord William for years, but when he broke her heart years ago, she hasn't ever forgotten. She knows that she needs to put him behind her, and move on with her life. Prisca is tired of living in a "limbo" stage. So when a new charming stranger starts to court her, she wonders if this is her time to start a new chapter in her life, until Lord William strides back into her life and makes it much more complicated. William has wanted Prisca for years, and he made a mistake ...more
Ren
Ni cerita anak kedua dari keluarga Westfield, William. Hubungan dy dengan tokoh cewenya Prisca, semacam cinta benci.
Mereka dah kenal dan bersahabat sejak kecil, Will bahkan dah ngelamar Prisca, sayangnya, ada cewe lain (atau pelacur yah lupa) yang ngaku mengandung anaknya Will, walo akhirnya itu ternyata ga bener, tapi hal itu membuat hubungan mereka berdua jadi renggang.

Prisca sendiri sering didatangi oleh serigala tiap bulan purnama, tanpa dy tau kalo serigala itu sebenarnya adalah Will. Kakak
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Anna
Years ago an incident occurred resulting in a failed elopement. Ever since Will & Prisca have been at each other's throats -- even though they were still very much in love with each other. Not that either of them would admit it. But when another werewolf takes an interest in Prisca, Will is determined to do anything to finally make Prisca his for good.

When Will & Prisca appear on the pages of A Certain Wolfish Charm bickering and taunting each other I knew this was gonna be a very intere
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Liz
The Wolf Next Door is third and in my opinion, funniest of the Lydia Dare’s Regency werewolves, or rather, Lycans trilogy. It’s also the story that’s been hinted at since the beginning – the story of Prisca Hawthorne and William Westfield who have been antagonizing each other ever since a failed elopement years ago.

This is also the least sexually descriptive of the novels, which didn’t detract from it. The story and the characters were more important than the shagging.

Prisca has lived next door
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Jessica
I really liked Will and Prisca in the first book-- they were both sympathetic, mischievous and intelligent and seemed like they would be a good pairing. In this book, however, there was no (intentional) mischief and little intelligence in their actions. Will finally realized that he maybe did want Prisca enough to let her know that he wanted her, maybe, and only because another werewolf showed interest in her. Prisca thought that Will was too busy chasing the skirt of every woman in the vicinity ...more
Susan Jackson
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Cherie
A good but not great story. Ms. Dare writes heroes who cheat in order to achieve a happily ever after. In other words, they seduce. Not my favorite romance trope. Each hero in the series has been insecure about their Lycan status, which is understandable to a point, and therefore purposefully neglect to tell their heroine about who they really are.

In this one, Will has a history with Prisca that goes back farther than their aborted elopement. The reason the elopement was aborted was either left
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Ana Maria
Muy divertido, me he reido un par de veces, Will y Prisca hacen una buena pareja, los elementos fantasticos estan pero son muy poquitos. Si he sentido que se alargaba un poquito una cosa, pero ha sido poco, en defintiva, pensaba que no me iba a gustar porque decian que era peor de los tres y eso que deseaba mucho leer la historia de Will, porque a priori era mi hermano favorito, pero despues de escuchar eso sera que rebaje mucho las espectativas porque al final el libro me ha gustado mucho mas d ...more
Tonya Warner
Prisca has always loved Will. But loving him, and being with the tempermental man are two different things. Not being able to trust him to love her back has kept them apart for many years.

William has always loved Prisca. But loving her could put her at risk, and more than just a heartache could ensue. How can he love her, when he is a beast inside? And can she love him, when she discovers he is a Lycan?

A rogue wolf in their mists sets events in motion that will either keep them together forever,
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Ashley Loos
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Glenda Mcalpin
Horrible. Couldn't wait to finish it because it had already wasted so much of my time.
Nicky
I couldn't wait to get to William and Prisca's story. They made such an impression in the other books. But I found I didn't care too much for them as a couple. Prisca was just so young and William had been around the block a few too many times. She couldn't trust him and never gave him much chance to explain anything before running off or locking herself in her room. She was very immature and got on my nerves a lot. Finishing the book became a chore. But the next story seems interesting even tho ...more
Blodeuedd Finland
I must say that this was my favourite book of the 3. Why, well everyone that have read them know about William and Prisca, their constant banter and how they seem to loathe each other, but at the same time they do seem to like each other...a lot. With that in mind I started this book.


We finally get an explanation why Prisca takes every opportunity she gets so verbally abuse William. There was a failed elopement years ago, and neither got over that. It is obvious that they still have feelings for
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Melody May
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So, I have been on a Lydia Dare kick if you haven't notice. I really love these books, because they are a lot of fun. Plus, they're paranormal and regency, seriously the best of both worlds. Anyways, I have been re-reading The Wolf Next Door these last couple of days. So, here is my summary and what I thought of it.

Prisca Hawthorne has been living next door to the Westfields her whole life and never knew there secret. However, she carries her own secret to
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Sandra
This third book in the series, sees the last brother William claim his mate, Prisca Hawthorne.

Of course all is not smooth sailing. They have known each other since childhood and have a failed elopement in their past.

Matters are not helped by her 5 brothers who are determined to wed Prisca to William with all posthaste regardless of what Prisca wants. She wants to wed William but only if he wants to, and she is convinced he doesn't want to.

Add to this mess, Dashiel, the Earl of Brimsworth, an un
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May Mostly Romance
The Wolf Next Door ของลิเดีย แดร

เลมนีเปนเลมสามในชุด เลาเรืองของวิลเลียม เวสตฟิลด พีชายคนกลาง และเปนตัวละครทีมีบทบาทเดนพอสมควรในสองเลมแรก

คนอานรูมาตังแตเลมแรกแลวคะวา นางเอกของวิลกคือสาวนอยขางบานนามวา พริสกา ฮอวธอรน ซึงเรืองราวของทังคูถูกถายทอดมาตังแตเลมแรก สองคนนีเหมือนคูกัดทีมีอะไรบางอยางเชือมพวกเขาเขาไวดวยกัน

และมันกมีจริง ๆ นันเพราะเมือสีปีกอน วิลวางแผนทีจะหนีไปแตงงานกับพริสกา แตเธอกไมปรากฎตัวในคืนวันนัดหมาย นันเพราะเธอเขาใจผิดคิดวา เขาเปนชายคนทีทำใหหญิงอีกคนตังทอง และแมวาภายหลังจะปรากฎความจริงว
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Haley Mathiot
The Wolf Next Door by Lydia Dare
Genre: Paranormal werewolf romance, historical fiction
ISBN:9781402236969
Published: June 1st 2010 by Sourcebooks Casablanca

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Years ago, William Westfield and Pricia Hawthorne were in love—but Pricia's heart was broken and she refuses to let the scoundrel forget it. She knows now that he never committed the accused crime… but she can't bare to give her heart to him again. Even though she wants to.

Will has established his reputation as the best lover in six c
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Booklover1335



Prisca Hawthorne has grown up adored, loved, indulged, and protected by her family of all men. From an early age she has been in love with her neighbor William Westfield, but she believes that she can never trust him with her heart because of the numerous gossip rags that have recounted his many exploits which were only reinforced by her brother’s recounts of their adventures together.

William Westfield has grown up with the Hawthornes and has always known that Prisca was his one true love. When
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Sandy M
I’ve been anxiously awaiting this book since I read the first in this series. We get hints and even a few actual interactions between William and Prisca in A Certain Wolfish Charm and Tall, Dark and Wolfish to whet our appetites just enough to intrigue us and hold us captive until their turn finally comes along. And the wait is definitely worth it.

First I have to say what a terrific job Ms. Dare is doing in keeping the quality and consistency of this series very high. That doesn’t always happen
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The Readings of a Busy Mom Riaz
The Wolf Next Door is the third part in The Westerfield Brother Trilogy but you don't have to read the previous two, to thoroughly enjoy this novel as you don't miss out much it would do great as a stand alone. Lydia writes with a natural skill her work flows and I found my self lost within the pages of The Wolf Next Door completely devouring it in a matter of hours and when I was finished I wanted more. It had all the things I needed right now in a novel....a historical setting, a set of hunky ...more
Jo (My House of Books)
My favorite book of the series, I think. I've been waiting for Will and Prisca ever since their initial spark in A Certain Wolfish Charm. Drinking and cavorting are no help to Will in forgetting that he truly loves Prisca; her icy demeanor toward him doesn't ease her heartache.

Several things caught my attention though, particularly concerning Will's and Prisca's botched elopement. Prisca was 15 at the time; Will was older, 19 or 20? That's young, shockingly young, I thought.

When it's made know
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Melanie
I liked this, I did... BUT I couldn't give it more than 4* because the main conflict seemed to revolve around Prisca's inability to trust William... She really got on my nerves: I get that he had been a womanizer, but we only get a little about how their elopement got screwed up, and what little we learn doesn't point the finger to William's culpability (view spoiler) ...more
Marie
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Lydia Dare is the pseudonym for the writing team of Tammy Falkner and Jodie Pearson. Both are active members of the Heart of Carolina Romance Writers and have sat on the organization's Board of Directors. Their writing process involves passing a manuscript back and forth, each one writing 1500 words after editing the other's previous installment. Jodie specializes in writing the history and Tammy ...more
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Other Books in the Series

Westfield Wolves (6 books)
  • A Certain Wolfish Charm (Westfield Wolves, #1)
  • Tall, Dark and Wolfish (Westfield Wolves, #2)
  • The Taming of the Wolf (Westfield Wolves, #4)
  • The Wolf Who Loved Me (Westfield Wolves, #5)
  • Wolfishly Yours (Westfield Wolves, #6)
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