Monday, October 31, 2022

REVIEW: Crying Wolfe by Kerrigan Byrne



Kerrigan Byrne gets me every single time--I should know better than to pick up anything she writes if I don't have the proper time to devote to inhaling it in a single sitting. She has this way of making me completely invested in her characters within paragraphs. In the case of Crying Wolfe, I fell in love with Rosaline and Eli from the very first scene. I mean what's not to love? A thief, a shotgun wedding, an unlikely pairing that ends up showcasing surprisingly deep feelings and of course I'm going to be hooked--and you are too. I'm telling you, you are going to sit down thinking that you're going to read a few pages and hours later, find yourself finished and reaching for the very next Kerrigan Byrne novel. Loved it!



A new trio of siblings learn that it is impossible to be a Goode without being a little wicked…

He’s the man with the Midas touch…
Elijah Wolfe is just as ruthless and aggressive as his name suggests. Born in harsh Nevada desert, he used his sharp wits and sharper fists to fight for survival mining ore for terrible men... Until one day he struck gold, literally. Despite his unimaginable wealth, his heart is empty of trust and his world full of enemies. He’s come to England searching for a priceless treasure once stolen from him and is prepared to ruin anyone who gets in his way.

She’s a thief with a heart of gold…
Rosaline Goode’s callous father left her nothing but a legacy of shame. Instead of worrying about the women gossiping behind their fans, or the cruelty of eligible men, she spends her nights avoiding society and mapping the stars. That is until absurd circumstances find her, nearly naked, in the home of the famously unscrupulous, lethal American whose name is on everyone's lips.

The promise of plunder…
Succumbing to a shotgun wedding is the worst thing Eli can imagine, but if it is what he must do to get what he wants, then so be it. Except now, all the arguments he’d made against the marriage are becoming enticements. His new wife is too young. Too small, sheltered, soft, and sensitive for a man forged in the mines and tempered in the desert heat. If theirs is a Devil’s bargain, then why does her shy touch take him to heaven?

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