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    Fast-paced, suspenseful and romantic

    Fast-paced, dramatic and suspenseful this historical romance has a mystery to be solved, vengeance and diabolical evil-doers. Although the main characters are each damaged in their own way, they are strong and command the respect of one another, even when they cannot be sure that they can be trusted. Driven by the need for retribution for the sins committed against her family, Lady Sloane attempts to infiltrate the Duke of Wolfbridge's home. However, a fall wipes her reason for doing so from her mind, and whilst she gropes for her memory to return, she discovers that Reiner is a deep and honourable man. The return of her past brings mistrust and raises questions in her mind. The story is fairly gruesome in parts and for that reason may need to come with a warning, but it nevertheless holds the reader's interest to the exciting and hopeful end. I received a copy of this book as a gift and this is my honest and voluntary review.
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    An Unexpected Love

    "The Duke of Wolfbridge - the Wolf Duke, a lone beast that was a cold and merciless scourge upon this earth- needed to pay for his sins and she was the one that would make him do so." The thoughts of Sloane as the climbed the wall of Wolfbridge Castle, determined to avenge her family the Duke had killed when he set the fire to their home. Wow. This story pulled me in so quickly and would not let go until the last page! I should not have been suprised because K.J. Jackson is a master storyteller with her amazing prose and descriptions! It seems that each book gets better, but truly everything she writes grips my heart and senses. Yes she is one of my favorite authors and I am always excited to read her new creations! This is a story of vengeance, secrets, intrigue and strong emotions that ignite between the hero and heroine, with danger and villians making their way into the mix. Reiner Doran, the Duke of Wolfbridge had so many layers and Sloane is a great heroine and is great with Reiner's niece Vicky. Leave yourself time when you pick up this amazing story to read, because trust me you will not be able to put it down until you turn the last page. My heart could only smile as I let out a hugh sigh....
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    A gripping, gritty, emotional Regency romance

    Having read the first book in K.J. Jackson’s new series, Valor of Vinehill, I looked forward to reading the second book in the series, The Wolf Duke. Once again K.J. provides another gripping, gritty, emotional tale, which is something this author excels at. Lady Sloane Ruddington is determined to have vengeance against Reiner Doran, the Duke of Wolfbridge, the man she feels is responsible for the fiery death of her brother. Sloane sets out for the Duke’s estate but suffers a fall outside his holding resulting in amnesia. Reiner, a man who has enemies and secrets, doesn’t trust the reason she gives for being at his home. Over time, they develop a fragile truce and learn more about each other without revealing their individual secrets. Sloane finds out he isn’t the man she thought he was but can she give up her desire for vengeance against those responsible for her brother’s death? Reiner knows she must if she wants to move forward with her life. This was a very good read but it is not a typical Regency romance read if that is what one prefers. I am a reader who likes both kinds of Regency romances, the emotionally gripping, gritty ones, and the light-hearted, fun reads. I was gifted an ARC of this work and any opinions in this review are voluntary and my own. I rank it worthy of 4 ½ stars.
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    Danger, Romance, Friendship and Healing

    From page one the story hits the ground running. There is chaos, confusion, danger and everyone is in survival mode. The romantic storyline between Sloane and Lord Reiner, the Duke of Wolfbridge aka the Wolf Duke is hostile at its worse, stubborn in between and a match of wits at its best. Suspicion and lack of trust permeates the air between Sloane and Reiner. Sloane's objective becomes muddled when she starts to get to know Reiner. Reiner's antagonism recedes as he gets to know Sloane. Reiner has a niece Vicky around eight or nine years of age who builds an automatic friendship with Sloane and Sloane adores her. I like Sloane's character. She is decisive, takes action, speaks her mind, apologizes to no one but is kind, loyal and loving. Reiner's character is in the beginning aloof, suspicious, dark and brooding. He brooks no interference, expects his demands to be carried out and met and is constantly on guard against those who wish him ill. He does have a soft side. He loves his niece Vicky to distraction. But is unable to show it because of his guilt surrounding his sister, Vicky's mother's death. He is very protective of his loved ones and those who work for him. His trust is a hard commodity to earn. But once earned he gives his undivided loyalty. Vicky is the lightness to this story. She is sweet, innocent and kind to all. She has taken a shine to Sloane and the two are inseparable while Sloane "resides" at Wolfbridge. I like the main characters realistic and honest approach to people and their situations. There is plenty of emotional dialogue and drama to kept one’s attention glued to each page. There is also plenty of action and danger involving these characters. Reiner is involved in deep undercover work to reveal a smuggling ring that has cost many peoples' innocent lives. Sloane unwittingly becomes involved deeper than she knows and her life and that of Vicky's becomes endangered. A lively story. This is one book where you will never get bored. The book moves from scene to scene quickly and before you know it, you are at the end of the book totally satisfied. This is an excellent tale about hunting for the culprit to punish, getting to know the culprit and falling for the culprit. This is a must read. You will not be disappointed.
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