Lydia Dare
The Taming of the Wolf
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The Taming of the Wolf Regency England has gone to the wolves He could never lose control Dashiel Thorpe Earl of Brimsworth has spent his life fighting the wolf within him But when the full moon rises Dash is helpless A

  • Title: The Taming of the Wolf
  • Author: Lydia Dare
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  • Regency England has gone to the wolves He could never lose control Dashiel Thorpe, Earl of Brimsworth, has spent his life fighting the wolf within him But when the full moon rises, Dash is helpless A chance encounter with Caitrin Macleod on a moonlit night inadvertently binds the two together irrevocably, and Dash s impulsiveness plunges them both into a nightmarRegency England has gone to the wolves He could never lose control Dashiel Thorpe, Earl of Brimsworth, has spent his life fighting the wolf within him But when the full moon rises, Dash is helpless A chance encounter with Caitrin Macleod on a moonlit night inadvertently binds the two together irrevocably, and Dash s impulsiveness plunges them both into a nightmare She never saw him coming Caitrin Macleod is no quiet country lass, but a witch with remarkable abilities But when it comes to Dashiel, she s as helpless to fight his true nature as he is Her senses overwhelmed, she runs back to the safety and security of her native Scotland But Dashiel is determined to follow her she s the only woman who can free him from a fate worse than death And Caitrin will ultimately have to decide whether she s running from danger, or true love Praise for A Certain Wolfish Charm A Certain Wolfish Charm has bite With its sexy hero, engaging heroine, and sizzling sexual tension, you won t want to put it down even when the moon is full Sabrina Jeffries, New York Times bestselling Author of Wed Him Before You Bed Him Tough, resourceful, charming women battle roguish, secretive, aristocratic men under the watchful eye of society in Dare s delightful Victorian paranormal romance debut Publishers Weekly starred review

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    1. Cheryl says:

      When Dashiel Thorpe, Earl of Brimsworth sees the lovely Caitrin Macleod under a full moon, he can not control himself. Dash ends up biting Caitrin. Though the bite, Dash binds Caitrin to him. Immediately after the incident, Caitrin runs to her room and heads back home to Scotland. Dash has never met anyone like Caitrin and knows he probably will never meet anyone like her again. Dash follows Caitrin. Can he convince Caitrin that she does belong with him?The Taming of the Wolf is the latest novel [...]

    2. Laura the Highland Hussy says:

      4.5 stars review coming on deomonloversbooksandmore first.

    3. May Mostly Romance says:

      The Taming of the Wolf ของลิเดีย แดร์หนังสือเล่มนี้อาจจะถือว่าเป็นเล่มสี่ในชุดก็ได้ค่ะ แม้ว่าจะไม่ใช่เรื่องราวของพี่น้องตระกูลเวสต์ฟิลด์อีกต่อไปแล้ว แต่ก็เล่าเรื่องตัวละครที่เกี่ยวข้อง [...]

    4. Blodeuedd Finland says:

      First my usual reassurance. Yes this is actually book 4 but fear not! You can read this as a standalone with any problems, the facts that are important are there, and of course it's a good way to get surprised too. But if the OCD hits you bad, then go and read book 1 and work up to this one. Or just jump in and have fun.Plot:Lord Dashiel is staying at the house of the Westfield brothers. He fears himself for what the beast could do and without thinking he bites Caitrin McLeod, a Scottish witch w [...]

    5. Joelle says:

      The Taming of the WolfBy:Lydia Dare 5 starsReviewed by:AngelsFormat:Kindle/Hardcover/PaperbackPublished: Sourcebooks CassablancaSource: Purchased Copy Gene:Paranormal RomanceBook Blurb/Synopsis-He could never lose controlDashiel Thorpe, Earl of Brimsworth, has spent his life fighting the wolf within him. But when the full moon rises, Dash is helpless. A chance encounter with Caitrin Macleod on a moonlit night inadvertently binds the two together irrevocably, and Dash's impulsiveness plunges them [...]

    6. Karen says:

      Dashiel (Dash) Thorpe has never felt good in his own skin—is wolf skin that is. His mother died at childbirth and his father never accepted him, blaming Dash for his mother death. Though Dash is an Earl, he doesn’t take responsibility seriously and women are no more than a conquest for him to bed. Catrin (Cait) Macleod is a witch with an amazing ability to read people’s futures. Only the gift can leave her daunted at times. She craves a quiet life, but a chance encounter with Dashiel sets [...]

    7. Anna says:

      Caitrin Macleod has visions of the future. When she starts having visions of a gold wolf causing all sorts of trouble, she worries but has no clue it will involve her. Dashiel Thorpe's foolish act on a full moon will not only change his life - but Caitrin's as well.The Taming of the Wolf is a an absolutely fun read, a stellar addition to the series. Caitrin and Dashiel play a game of flirtatious - push and pull, cat and mouse and it was interesting to see it play out. Caitrin first appeared in T [...]

    8. Nicky says:

      I really liked this one. Which is so weird because I disliked Cait and Dash so much in the previous books. But I liked getting to know them on their own. In this book, Dash, the Lycan who fought William for Prisca in the last book, has managed to "accidentally" bite Cait during the full moon, thus marking her as his Lycan mate for life. Their journey to love leads him to his past where he finally finds out who he really is and where he really comes from. The fights and the banter between Cait an [...]

    9. Melindeeloo says:

      This is my favorite of the Lydia Dare's four Regency werewolves romances. Dashiel, who was definitely a bad boy in the last book ending up being a really appealing leading man. The vulnerability of a man whose inner beast has set him apart and who has never been loved along with his enthusiastic pursuit of his reluctant mate - Scottish witch Catrin - keeps his steamroller courtship from seeming stalkerish. I also really liked Catrin, who is used to getting her own way but who ultimately can't re [...]

    10. Mary23nm says:

      Pleasant but forgettable read. Maybe if they had rehashed how bad the hero (Dash)had been in his past, it would have been more interesting.

    11. Tahshae Catching says:

      I loved this book. She is an amazing writer. I was scared at first because this wasn’t the characters I’m use to but she tends to never let me down. The characters have a lot of chemistry and were very humorous!

    12. ALPHAreader says:

      Lord Dashiel Thorpe was introduced in Lydia Dare’s third ‘Westfield Brothers’ book, ‘The Wolf Next Door’. In that book, Dashiel ‘Dash’ Thorpe was a rogue Lycan trespassing on William Westfield’s territory by trying to marry his mate, Prisca Hawthorne. In ‘Taming of the Wolf’ Dash has lost the girl but decided to reclaim his life and humanity. He no longer wants to be a wild and dangerous Lycan – he wants to reform and learn how to control his ‘beast’. But on the night o [...]

    13. (Tori-Smexybooks) smexys_sidekick says:

      Originally posted at smexybooks smexybooks/2010/11/revFavorite Quote: ”Miss Sinclair, do you often stand naked at the top of Arthur's Seat”“Only when I’m feeling particularly sad.”Catilin Macleod has had quite enough of the Westfields and Lycans so when she comes across Dashiel Thrope on a full moon night and he BITES her-well, that’s it. She packs her belongings and steals out in the middle of the night. Dashiel Thrope, Earl of Brimsworrth didn’t mean to bite Caitlin Macleod but d [...]

    14. Bookaholics says:

      The Taming of the Wolf by Lydia DareParanormal Romance- Nov 1st, 20104 stars Lydia Dare continues her incredible and involving werewolf series in Taming the Wolf. I found this book lighthearted and quickly immersing. I have been looking forward to this story because it features 2 main characters that have been prominently and tantalizingly mentioned in her prior books. I was happy when my expectations were fulfilled! (While this is part of a series and many character return from her series this [...]

    15. Marie Z. Johansen says:

      'Taming The Wolf' is touted as a paranormal , Regency, historical, romance. I might question the historical part, although this book does have a good historical flavor. Generally speak I don't / won't read strictly romance novels - since my long ago years as a bookstore manager left me cold to 'Harlinquin-esqe' bodice ripper sort of books. Of course they did always sell well and we seemed to sell out of Barbara Cartland books very quickly.Lydia Dare is actually a writing team - and they do a won [...]

    16. Laura Summers says:

      Reviewed for bookchickcity (7 out of 10 on the blog)This is a fun book. It opens as witch Caitrin, staying at her friend's in Hampshire goes exploring the house on the night of a full moon, and encounters a rather handsome man. Inexplicably drawn to the man, they share a passionate kiss and then before she knows it the man is biting her!Shocked by her encounter, Caitrin flees the house the very next day to return home to Scotland.Dashiel is a lycanthrope, raised by his human father he has never [...]

    17. Sandy M says:

      I wasn’t sure what to expect in this fourth book in the Westfield Brothers series, especially since we’re out of brothers to read about and the fact the hero of this book isn’t the nicest of men in The Wolf Next Door when we first meet him. He comes clean about his behavior in that story, but what happens next, of course, is left up in the air. All is revealed here, and what a wolf Dashiel Thorpe has turned out to be.Dash has agreed to mentoring proposed by the Westfield brothers, the hope [...]

    18. Marie says:

      fair warning: I speak french so my english may not be that goodThe cover is perfect! This is exactly how I imagined Caitrin to be. I have to say though that I never like it when the males in this series decide to ruin the women they love to ensure their marriage.At least this one didn't go through with it (not like william, the bastard). I don't know why caitrin said to El that it had been because whe was ruined that she married. she could have married alec if it was just that. and anyway, they [...]

    19. Patti TheLoveJunkee says:

      After finishing the last book in this series, The Wolf Next Door, I didn't think I'd like the hero or heroine in The Taming of the Wolf. I'll admit it - I was wrong - Lydia Dare does it again! I think you know I'm a huge fan of this series, and this book did not disappoint; this is my 2nd favorite book in the series (A Certain Wolfish Charm is still my fave).The story: While wandering the Westfield's castle, unable to sleep, Caitlin Macleod wanders into the study to find her book. She knows she [...]

    20. Michelle says:

      The Taming of the Wolf is a Historical Paranormal by Lydia Dare from Sourcebooks Casablanca.Book Blurb:Regency England Has Gone To The WolvesHe Could Never Lose ControlDashiel Thorpe, Earl of Brimsworth, has spent his life fighting the wolf within him. But when the full moon rises, Dash is helpless. A chance encounter with Caitrin MacLeod on a moonlit night inadvertently binds the two together irrevocably, and Dash's impulsiveness plunges them both into a nightmareShe Never Saw Him ComingCaitrin [...]

    21. April says:

      THE TAMING OF THE WOLF by Lydia Dare is a delightful paranormal romance set in 1817 Scotland.It is the fourth in the Westfield Brothers trilogy and can be read as a stand alone. Although, this one is about Dashiel Thorpe. An outsider, who doesn't know how to be a Lycan or how to control it,so he gets into trouble.It is well written with depth,details,twists,turns,full of action and fast paced. It has romance, vulnerability,sensuality, love, family,wit,magic,Lycans,witches, living with ones self, [...]

    22. Nessa says:

      THIS WAS MY FAVOURITE STORY IN THIS SERIES!I wasn't as enamoured with the previous stories featuring the Westfield siblings, surprisingly I enjoyed Dash's story more. This was an endearingly sweet and cute read, filled with passion and reconciliation between family. I didn't think I would be in love with this story initially but Ms.Dare proved me wrong here.OUR HERO:I wasn't certain what to make of Dash's character in the previous book but I did KNOW there was something compelling about him. SO [...]

    23. Terra says:

      The Taming of the Wolf was a joy that I have patiently awaited and ever so glad it's finally here. If you've enjoyed the previous books by Lydia Dare then this will not disappoint. It's like coming home to a family reunion when a series of books comes as these have with characters you love, hate and love to hate. LOL!Caitrin Macleod is our heroine in this installment and oh my she is a fiery feisty Scot. Having the power to for tell the future is a gift but unfortunately she doesn't see it that [...]

    24. MelodyMay (What I'm Reading) says:

      Also at sillymelodyYep, I just finished The Taming of the Wolf by Lydia Dare. Ok, it's the second time reading this book and I have to say I really love it. I mean it was a lot of fun to re-read again. So, here is a glimpse of the book and what I thought of the story.First off there's always trouble awaiting when the moon is full and a Lycan sitting in a study by himself. Caitrin Macleod couldn't sleep, so she wonders into the Duke's study looking for something to help her sleep. Low and behold [...]

    25. Jen (That's What I'm Talking About) says:

      Dash is a Lycan - a werewolf - but he was raised to believe he was a monster. Not knowing the truth of his nature, he fought long and hard to repress the beast within, which includes sequestering himself at each month during the full moon. On one such night, Caitrin finds herself stumbling into Dash and the two are drawn to one another. They share a kiss and Dash bites (marks) her. After that, Caitrin quickly leaves. It isn’t until later that Dash finds out that he accidentally claimed Caitrin [...]

    26. Lover of Romance says:

      Quickie Review-Posted Originally on my website: Addicted To Romance" I dinna ask ye ta come.""But I came anyway because you're my intended mate," he growled. "I know it. You know it. Even your father knows it. So stop being difficult," The Taming Of The Wolf is the fourth in the Westfield Wolves series, and would probably be ranked as one of my favorites so far of this author. Dashiel Thorpe, is a sexy hero, who has you wrapped around his finger from the first chapter. Dash is definitely everyth [...]

    27. Amy Jacobs says:

      What more can I say about this author and her books that I haven't said before? The books are amazing and the writing is spectacular! With each book, my love of the series just grows even more!Like the title suggests, Dashiel must learn how to tame his beast side. Unfortunately, Caitrin finds herself mixed into the lesson against her will. It leaves consequences that will leave both of them with choices to make. They each have their own set of secrets they choose to keep, while Dash is trying to [...]

    28. Lauren says:

      The Taming of the Wolf4 StarsSynopsis:Dashiel Thorpe struggles to control the beast inside him, but when the full moon rises he succumbs to his baser nature and inadvertently binds Caitrin Macleod to him forever. Despite her ability to see the future, Cait has never been able to predict her own and has spent her life searching for someone to love and a place to belong. When Dash claims her has his own, she believes that she has finally found what she has always wanted. Review:A significant impro [...]

    29. Jo (My House of Books) says:

      This book features minor characters introduced in the previous two books, Tall, Dark and Wolfish and The Wolf Next Door. I'd really enjoyed the trilogy featuring the Westfield brothers, but The Taming of the Wolf, while still good, was good in a different vein. The major conflict, and what drew me to the series initially, was the fact that the potential lady loves for the Westfield brothers do not know their true natures. The Taming of the Wolf tossed this conflict out the window. Cait knows exa [...]

    30. Kyami says:

      Dashiel Thorpe is more than a man but views himself as a monster. If a reader met him in the previous book, The Wolf Next Door, then he'll be expected to be a bad guy. If a reader has not met him before, then this book will depict him as he really is - a misunderstood, unloved and tormented man who only wants to belong but is angry and afraid of the world all at the same time. Caitrin is an absolute doll. I always liked her character in the previous books because she is opinionated, feisty and d [...]

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