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3.75  ·  Rating details ·  395 ratings  ·  78 reviews
This book is dark erotic fiction and may disturb some readers. Please read the full warning at the bottom.

Beauty and the Beast as it’s never been told.

Riddled with bullets and left to die in Thailand, Wolfe is medivacked to the USA. He survives, recovering from wounds no man should be able to heal. Months later, his perplexed doctor lowers the dosages of his medication
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Kindle Edition, 204 pages
Published September 16th 2016
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3.5 stars

“We’re never free. We can only dare to run the line between destruction and glory.”
- Magnus Wolfe

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“True love didn’t always look the same to everyone.
Inconceivable? No.
Love sometimes meant the cruelest torture.”
- Magnus Wolfe

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“There was no regret in my heart. No sadness. Maybe too much violence had happened today? Maybe my soul was numb at the moment. Or maybe, I was becoming hardened to the idea that sometimes you had to sacrifice others if you wanted to live life your way.”
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Birjis
This book has stunned me. Can a book be analytic and objective at the same time? Because with the amount of dark content (all consensual) multifaceted connection I felt in this story it is making me lose my perspective to sanity. This book was one of the best. Thank you Cari Silverwood for making me feel this way.

Wolfe was a creation of a top secret scientific experimentation. He was rescued from Thailand critically wounded with injuries so severe that improving was magic. But he recovered from
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Am4u ❀ ~ AprilMarie4u ~ ❀
Sep 11, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: fans of M/F Dark Erotica.
Recommended to Am4u ❀ ~ AprilMarie4u ~ ❀ by: Book of the Month ~ October 2016 ~ Dark Erotica Group on Goodreads ~ https://www.goodreads.com/topic/show/...
Main Genres:

Science fiction, mystery, suspense, dark erotica, & dark romance.

Book Type:

This is a modern type of science fiction with dabs of paranormal (no shifters).

Spin-off:

You do not have to read the Dark Hearts series to understand Wolfe. He was only a minor character in book three of the Dark Hearts trilogy.

Good Stuff:

1) Batsh#t crazy coocoocachoo anti-hero.
2) Heroine solid and likeable.
3) Steady pace throughout.
4) I didn't figure out the mystery until it became obvious.
5) Kinky dark f
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Kristina
Sep 03, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Warning: scandalous and kinky misuse of The Princess Bride in hardback.

Wolfe is ah-mazing. Vulnerable, yet he could easily kill you and rip you to shreds. Sweet, but he'll tie Kiara up and bite and whip until all reason is gone. Thoughtful and contemplative...when the beast is not in charge.

This story was great [dark] fun with spectacular sex. The characters are deep and multifaceted so I really felt them and connected.

Wolfe is a spin off from the Dark Hearts (Wicked Ways) trilogy, but may ea
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Louise H  -  ⭐ Life in the Book Lane Reviews ⭐
I really recommend reading this, if you need more back story you might want to read it AFTER the Dark Hearts Trilogy

"We're never free. We can only dare to run the line between destruction and glory."


Whilst Wolfe is technically a stand alone story, it is set in the same world as the Dark Hearts Trilogy. These books contain a LOT of background that helps set the scene for this one and Wolfe actually features in the final book of the series. I know from having read Used (a short
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Jen
This just wasn't my kind of book. I found it really hard to become emotionally involved with the characters. In fact, it just seemed like the hero and heroine spent a lot of time with hardcore screwing!!! I do realize this is labelled as a BDSM theme, as well as dark; I have no issues with dark content; but for me there just was not a lot of emotion put into the hero and heroine. I found the book to come across as more clinical.

There are a lot of four and five star reviews out there for this on
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Mariℓina
Oct 15, 2017 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Great idea, batshit crazy sex, poor writing.
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Oh my goodness. Walt Disney never imagined this kinky beast!

In this spinoff from the Dark Hearts series, we get to know Wolfe. While it is certainly a stand-alone novel, it makes more sense having a background in who Wolfe was at his most savage and understanding the mind-control bug that we were introduced to in the previous series. It makes Wolfe’s abilities to mentally control women against their will less random, and puts it into perspect
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Katie
Oct 30, 2016 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: dark-reads, dnf
As hard as I tried, I just could not get into this book...
Andrew
Sep 04, 2020 rated it really liked it
Shelves: rated-4, 2020
“Awesome and creepy. All at once.”

I read this book after Cari Silverwood's "Dark Hearts" trilogy, in which the eponymous "Wolfe" makes an appearance. This book works well as a stand-alone, but you'll have greater appreciation of the world Cari has wrought if you read "Dark Hearts" first. And they're great books.

This is a dark read. Triggers abound. Horror and graphic sex and violence. Brilliantly written if these are your jam.

Wolfe is the bad guy but he's a good person. Kiara finds herself on th
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Tequila
Aug 31, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.


Oh my gawd....just when you think Cari Silverwood couldn't push the envelope any further....she brings us Wolfe. If you are a fan of her Dark Hearts series, then you don't want to miss this spin off.

The monster that was hiding deep in Thailand is brought to light and is sent back to the US to receive treatment for wounds he should have never healed from. Kiara is an unsuspecting nurse who gets caught up in something she's not quite sure a
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Carly Odonoghue
Sep 01, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
What if the monster in one book is actually the Prince in another? That's exactly what has happened in Wolfe.
Wolfe is a spin off character from the Dark Hearts Trilogy. Now you don't need to read that series before you read Wolfe, but you define will once you've finished Wolfe.

Wolfe has been captured from Thailand and brought back to a hospital to be rehabilitate. There he meets Kiara, a nurse who had her own agenda on why she needs to keep Wolfe as close to her as she can until her handlers can
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Daria
What can I say about Wolfe, where to began even. Cari brings it to us large and in charge. There’s a saying ~Let sleeping dogs Lie~

This amazing, scary, passionate deep and dark man. To me he was almost like an onion, you need to pull back layers to get him. Then again did we really ever get Wolfe?

The beast within, just hovered under the skin when it surfaced it was like no other. He snapped his control out like a whip, you could do nothing but comply... You didnt want to do nothing. So wrong,
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Nerine Dorman
BIG-ASS DISCLAIMER: I edited this book so I can't rate it – that's just gauche. What I will say is oh my dear ducking fog, when I had my suspicions that Cari would write a story for Wolfe, I knew it was going to be hazardous to my sanity. This book needs huge-ass warning signs and yes, if you're sensitive about violence and bloodshed, mixed in with a heady blend of erotica, then this is probably not the book you're looking for. THIS IS A SAVAGE, SAVAGE BOOK THAT HAS TEETH. IT BITES. And then som ...more
Under the Covers Book Blog

If you’ve read Cari Silverwood’s Dark Hearts series, you’ve become familiar with the man for whom this spin-off is named: Wolfe. Wolfe was the subject of top secret human experimentation, left to survive at the bottom of a missile silo in Thailand. When he is recued, his wounds seem too severe to recover fully from. His nurse, Kiara, enjoys watching him make milestone after milestone, amazed at the juxtaposition between his rough appearance and what appears to be a gentle and caring side. Th

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Lisa
Aug 30, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
"True love didn't always look the same to everyone. Inconceivable? No. Love sometimes meant the cruelest torture."

Fair warning Wolfe is not for the faint of heart. His and Kiara's story is one of darkness, violence, blood and is completely dubcon in some parts. However, Wolfe is also filled with romance, erotic sex, mystery and the ability to make the reader question so many things. As a spin off from the Dark Hearts trilogy, fans will have already have some knowledge of Wolfe but his story can
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Cécile Smits
When i finished the Dark Hearts trilogy,i really wanted to know what happened to Wolfe....even though his part was a small one,it left a need....a need to know this tortured soul wasn't as dark as he seemed to be. The man Kiara sees,the real man underneath the savage.....Cari shows us in a way only she can who Wolfe is and who he becomes to Kiara. Loved it! ...more
Michelle Austin
Wolfe is a spin off from the Dark Hearts (Wicked Ways) trilogy, but can be read on its own.
This is a Dark romance and some scenes may be disturbing to some.

Wolfe by Cari Silverwood was a very dark & erotic 5++ star read.
Mind F#ck, Dark Dangerous and Erotic Alpha, Hot nurse, some very dark and graphic sex scenes.

As I’m writing this review I am still struggling for the right words. I can’t help but be repetitive with the “WTF did I just read” when it comes to Cari Silverwood's great dark stori
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Michelle ♥ The Romance Vault ♥
OMG I read this a while back and I could have sworn I'd done a review!!! Arghhhhh I hate it when I lose a day/week/month!

No way can I not write a raving review for Wolfe as I bloody loved it again.

Now here's the thing, I didn't know how Cari was going to take Wolfe's story ie in what direction and blimey she wrote it in a way I wasn't expecting at all. Now I loved and I mean loved the spin on Wolfe and his 'abilities' I doubly loved how Kiara worked on keeping him in check but also growing into
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MadameD
Jun 12, 2020 rated it it was amazing
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Ally Vance
Mar 01, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: reviews
My first Cari Silverwood book and I will definitely be reading more from this author.

A dark romance with a paranormal twist. This was an intense but smoking read that pushes the boundaries of morality and sanity to the edge.

Wolfe was a fascinating character with lots of different facets to his personality, the two of the most distinct being polar opposites, kind and gentle man, to ferocious and primal beast of a man. His special quality was twisted and deviant in nature, it sent shivers down my
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Jennifer
Aug 29, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
If you’ve read Cari Silverwood’s Dark Hearts series, you’ve become familiar with the man for whom this spin-off is named: Wolfe. Wolfe was the subject of top secret human experimentation, left to survive at the bottom of a missile silo in Thailand. When he is recued, his wounds seem too severe to recover fully from. His nurse, Kiara, enjoys watching him make milestone after milestone, amazed at the juxtaposition between his rough appearance and what appears to be a gentle and caring side. This w ...more
Tanya Rae ~ TaSTy WordGasms
Wolfe was written in true Cari Silverwood fashion. She takes a good story, mixes it with a little sexy, and a lot of dark. (well maybe a lot of sexy too). Cari really does know how to draw in her reader, hooks you so that you have to read a book in one sitting and then makes you love her characters that she has written about. I always enjoy reading Cari’s books.

Wolfe is a spin off from the Dark Hearts Trilogy. You don’t have to read them to read this book. But, I do recommend that you read them
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Laurie
Feb 26, 2020 rated it liked it
Dark and Brutal

Wolfe is a spin-off of The Dark Hearts trilogy. It follows Wolfe's escape from Thailand and return to the U.S. Once there he is placed in a rehab facility where he meets Kiara, a nurse. But he's on so much medication that none of his previous power of controlling women is effective and his beastly actions are masked.

But Kiara has another job to complete. She's an unwilling Russian spy who has been co-opted (through threats to her parents safety) to kidnap Wolfe and turn him over t
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nan ziegler
Aug 31, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Cari Silverwood does it again!! Wolfe, who we briefly met in the third book in the Dark Hearts trilogy is showcased. A man known as a monster in Thailand after undergoing unspeakable horrors at the hand of Johannes. He's brought to the U.S. to heal. Kiara, his nurse, is fascinated by this man who can almost grow flowers on rocks. Kiara, in an effort to save her step father from being put in a Russian jail, makes a deal.
The book moves quickly, the writing crisp, but again, delves into dark erotic
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Nicolette Hugo
Oct 01, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A wonderful wicked play on Beauty and the Beast.
Mamacita Slacum
Try again @ another time but read Dark Hearts series 1st.
Shelli
Wow!! What did I just read?? That was really something else! This book was definitely dark, and violent, and steamy!! This book appeals to that dark little side that people don't want to admit to having, the part that is fascinated by dark sex and violence and dubious consent and other things that fall under the "you shouldn't like that, it's just plain wrong" category.

Despite what some people said, it really did have a story line, besides the kinky sex. It was a mystery, a suspenseful thriller
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Debbie Chittenden
Oct 13, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The book is a spin off from " The Dark Hearts Trilogy", but honestly left me feeling like something was missing. To some degree, so much is still left unanswered and I feel lost without solutions to certain problems. By no means is the book bad or poorly written. It is still intense and "creepy"; but I feel like like the should be more. Some closure to Magnus' story. ...more
Claudia LaRocca
Aug 14, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The ORIGINAL Mesmer...YUM
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