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Tall, Dark and Wolfish by Lydia Dare
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Feb 20, 2011

really liked it
Read in February, 2011

Good read but stay away if you 'doona ken' dialect... The plot in the first book [A Certain Wolfish Charm] was driven by the fact the hero [Simon, our hero's oldest brother] was a werewolf. In this one, Ben has lost the ability to change and has gone to Scotland looking for a someone who might be able to heal him. What he finds is the daughter of the healer he sought, and the coven of witches she belongs to.

The book is charming and funny - the characters are people you would like to know. The plot is not hugely intense but unfolds at a steady pace. Could you read this as a stand alone? Yes. There's not a whole lot of overlap - most of the story takes place at the same time as book 1. At the end of book 1, the middle brother heads to Scotland to find out what's going on with his brother and he arrives about two-thirds of the way through. As always, I do recommend reading them in order...

A Certain Wolfish Charm
Tall, Dark and Wolfish
The Wolf Next Door
The Taming of the Wolf
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