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Gentleman Wolf

Gentleman Wolf

Written by Joanna Chambers

Narrated by Hamish McKinlay


Gentleman Wolf

Written by Joanna Chambers

Narrated by Hamish McKinlay

ratings:
4.5/5 (8 ratings)
Length:
8 hours
Released:
Dec 7, 2020
ISBN:
9781664974258
Format:
Audiobook

Description

An elegant werewolf in Edinburgh... 

1788. When Lindsay Somerville, the most elegant werewolf in Paris, learns that the man who held him in abject captivity for decades is on his way to France, intent on recapturing him, he knows he must leave the Continent for his own safety. Lindsay cannot take the risk of being recaptured—he may have been free for a century but he can still feel the ghost of his old chains under his fine clothes.

… on a mission... 

While he’s in Edinburgh, Lindsay has been tasked with acquiring the “Naismith Papers”, the writings of a long-dead witchfinder. It should be a straightforward mission—all Lindsay has to do is charm an elderly book collector, Hector Cruikshank. But Cruikshank may not be all he seems, and there are others who want the papers.

… meets his match

As if that were not enough, while tracking down the Naismith Papers, Lindsay meets stubborn architect Drew Nicol. Although the attraction between them is intense, Nicol seems frustratingly determined to resist Lindsay’s advances. Somehow though, Lindsay can’t seem to accept Nicol’s rejection. Is he just moonstruck, or is Nicol bonded to him in ways he doesn’t yet understand? 

Note: this is the first book of a duology featuring Lindsay Somerville and Drew Nicol – their story continues and completes in the second book, Master Wolf.

Released:
Dec 7, 2020
ISBN:
9781664974258
Format:
Audiobook

About the author

Joanna Chambers lives in Scotland with her family and finds time to write by eschewing sleep and popular culture.



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  • (2/5)
    The rest of the plot was interesting enough, but there was really no chemistry at all between Lindsay and Drew. They got into the stupidest fights every single time they’d had sex, for reasons that felt very forced. They really had nothing in common and no real reason to like each other that I could see.