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  • Fantastic!

    The Wolf & The Witch is Claire Delacroix's first book in the new Blood Brothers series, about three sons of a notorious mercenary who have sworn to stand by each other. Set in the 1300's, this instalment is the story of Maximilian de Vries and his love interest, Alys Armstrong, as they struggle against foes and each other, to rebuild Alys' ancestral home. Filled with action, humour, and of course intimate moments (this is at heart a romance after all) the story will capture your imagination from the very beginning. I struggled to read slowly so that I could savour this book, but I couldn't put it down and read it in a single sitting. I'm looking forward to the next in the series.

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  • I thoroughly enjoyed this book

    When Maximilian de Vries is cruelly cut from his rightful inheritance, he, together with several half brothers, sets out to claim an abandoned, and all but destroyed keep that was promised to him. Unfortunately for Maximillian and the company of villeins who accompanied him, a group of nearly feral women have already claimed the woods around the keep and do their best to scare the group away, by pretending to be witches. When Maximillian finds out that one of them, Alys Armstrong, is the orphan of a man who he feels responsible for killing, he decides his best course of action is to marry her, thus staking an irrefutable claim to the keep. Alys and her companions, however, have a very different plan. When Maximillian turns out to be nothing at all like Alys feared, sparks fly. External threats complicate their HEA, but all is resolved in a beautiful and heartwarming conclusion. Ms. Delacroix’s writing is wonderfully descriptive, with period appropriate dialog and morals. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and look forward to the next one! A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book and my comments here are my honest opinion

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  • Fabulous New Blood Brothers series #1

    The Wolf and the Witch By Claire Delacroix Series: Blood Brothers, Book #1 Publisher: Deborah A. Cooke Kilderrick, Scotland Samhain, 1375 October 31/ November 1st Maximilian de Vries also known as the Silver Wolf, whose legacy was stolen from him all because his father was rotten to the core and had forced himself on his mother. Everyone hated his mercenary father, but still he should not of had his legacy stolen from him. He found out he his two cousins were really his half brothers and all had the same father and have a ruined keep in Scotland. This keep that had been promised to him is being held by women claiming falsely they are witches. The leader of the women is Alys Armstrong who is the dead Lairds heiress his daughter , one woman brave enough to reject him but Maximilian has tried to make resolutions and compromises but she refuses at every turn . So the last result must be marriage no matter if she likes it or not they would be wed! This spit fire Lass is out for retaliation no matter what and has a wrath that seems to be equal to Maximilian’s own rage! Alys Armstrong feels this man has stolen everything from her and will never agree to any of his suggestions. So it comes down to the battle of the sexes. Now who will win. Yes soon they have no choice but to join sides as Kilderrick is in jeopardy. Plus the passion between the two of them cannot be denied. So who will win Maximilian or Alys? Will they both lose this keep they love or will these two enemies soon realize there is a thin line between love and hate. Which will it be? Read and find out. Another phenomenal Claire Delacroix book that I absolutely loved. It is filled with so many twists and turns I was holding on to the edge of my seat. Both Maximilian and Alys are strong, brave and protective. He is swoon worthy and she is a beauty with brains! I absolutely devoured this book from start to finish. So a dazzling start to another brilliant Claire Delacroix novel. Been reading her books for over two decades so I really wasn’t surprised as she always sweeps me into her brilliant stories! This is a book I highly recommend and I know all historical romance readers will absolutely love it. Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy from the author. I voluntarily agreed to do a fair review and blog. All thoughts, ideas and words are my own. The Wolf and the Witch By Claire Delacroix Series: Blood Brothers, Book #1 Publisher: Deborah A. Cooke Kilderrick, Scotland Samhain, 1375 October 31/ November 1st Maximilian de Vries also known as the Silver Wolf, whose legacy was stolen from him all because his father was rotten to the core and had forced himself on his mother. Everyone hated his mercenary father, but still he should not of had his legacy stolen from him. He found out he his two cousins were really his half brothers and all had the same father and have a ruined keep in Scotland. This keep that had been promised to him is being held by women claiming falsely they are witches. The leader of the women is Alys Armstrong who is the dead Lairds heiress his daughter , one woman brave enough to reject him but Maximilian has tried to make resolutions and compromises but she refuses at every turn . So the last result must be marriage no matter if she likes it or not they would be wed! This spit fire Lass is out for retaliation no matter what and has a wrath that seems to be equal to Maximilian’s own rage! Alys Armstrong feels this man has stolen everything from her and will never agree to any of his suggestions. So it comes down to the battle of the sexes. Now who will win. Yes soon they have no choice but to join sides as Kilderrick is in jeopardy. Plus the passion between the two of them cannot be denied. So who will win Maximilian or Alys? Will they both lose this keep they love or will these two enemies soon realize there is a thin line between love and hate. Which will it be? Read and find out. Another phenomenal Claire Delacroix book that I absolutely loved. It is filled with so many twists and turns I was holding on to the edge of my seat. Both Maximilian and Alys are strong, brave and protective. He is swoon worthy and she is a beauty with brains! I absolutely devoured this book from start to finish. So a dazzling start to another brilliant Claire Delacroix novel. Been reading her books for over two decades so I really wasn’t surprised as she always sweeps me into her brilliant stories! This is a book I highly recommend and I know all historical romance readers will absolutely love it. Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy from the author. I voluntarily agreed to do a fair review and blog. All thoughts, ideas and words are my own.

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  • Entertaining historical romance

    I loved this well-written, entertaining historical romance. I couldn't put it down but I didn't want it to end. This is the first book in the Blood Brothers series. This author is a "must read" for me and I will be on the lookout for the next book in this series.

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  • The search for the Treasure of Kilderrick

    SETTING: 1300’s Scotland and France. Château de Vries, France, the funeral of a cruel man, brought home from Scotland by an unknown Scot. Upon the conclusion of the funeral, the sons experience a major upheaval in their expectations of inheritance. There is a ruined holding in Scotland that the eldest son Maximillian had overtaken 15 years ago in search of a treasure, which was never found. Finding themselves dispossessed of any holdings by their uncle, Maximilian, his brothers, and an entourage of castle workers leave France for Kilderrick where they intend to relocate, rebuild and resume the search for the purported treasure. CRITIQUE: A wonderful opening book to a new series from a well-loved author! From the beginning, the reader is drawn into the story by all the mysteries that are hinted at, as well as the unusual circumstances and disclosures after the funeral. Characterization = well developed Storyline = intriguing, capturing the reader’s attention from the first; well paced. Setting = true to period Steam level = 5 (for a mature audience) The author’s notes are appreciated at the end, to help the reader see the history upon which the story was built. All in all, an excellent beginning for a series! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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