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    One Wicked Wolfie!

    Alas, sadly, for now, we are at the last book in this trio of fairy tales. There will be more next year when we finally get Mal’s story, but for now, this is where we stop and wait. With our wicked, wicked wolf. Charles ‘Wolf’ Blackwood hides in the shadows and watches. Charm got the girl and is happy dominating her, Beast is happy kneeling at the cold dommes feet, but Wolf is made to watch the two people he loves and finds cold satisfaction by either submission to a domme, or whipping a willing submissive. But Hunter and Scarlet are both off limits, even if they both want him. When an attempt is made on Scarlet’s life by someone in her company, Wolf finds himself getting close once again to his ‘pack’ protecting Scarlet until she is once again safe. Can Scarlet convince Wolf that he belongs with his pack permanently? Or will his demons keep him from claiming the people he loves? A wonderful ending to this trilogy of kinked up fairy tales, and I for one am bummed out to have to wait until next year for more. This series has been enjoyable, though I will say I’m a much bigger fan of the male dom female sub dynamic and hope we get to see more of that to come, I still loved this and Wolfie’s switchy ways.

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