"The Lady knows what she is doing ... luckily for Grif"
Reviewed by Annetta Sweetko
Posted June 14, 2013
TALES OF THE WERE: GRIF Redstone, Alpha of the Redstone
Pack, has taken his little sister, Belinda, to their
getaway cabin in Wyoming in hopes of both of them coming to
terms with their latest tragedy. With the recent deaths the
family had suffered, Belinda has become withdrawn and Grif
hopes the change will be beneficial in getting his little
He finds himself attracted to pretty Lindsay Tate, a
waitress at a local restaurant. It's strange because she's
a human and he is a cougar. The one thing he did notice and
it ticked him off was that members of the local wolf pack
were making the pretty human's life miserable. He was told
to mind is own and honestly he felt he was.
Lindsay Tate was back in her grandfather's run down cabin
to obey his last wish. She was going to right the wrong
that he had done the wolf pack, if only they would leave
her alone so she could do it. She's attracted to Grif, who
is acting as a handyman, but knows it's quite possible that
what she has to do to right the wrong and bring honor back
to her family name may call for the sacrifice of her very
The Lady the Were's worship has other plans. After Lindsay
resets the balance she learns quickly about the new world
that she now belongs to and the amazing man who claims her
as mate. But a past enemy is back and Grif fears that she
may become a targets. He calls in reinforcements because
there is no way he will not protect his mate.
TALES OF THE WERE: GRIF is unquestionably fantastic! The
plot has a number of imaginative twists and turns and of
course there is the pleasure of the very hot Redstone's and
their equally hunky friends running around. The storyline
is a deeply emotional one with the tragedies they suffered
and the honorable way they dealt with everything that was
handed them. This is the first in author Bianca D'Arc's new
Redstone Clan stories as part of the Tales of the
series and I can't wait to see what mischief the other
brother get into. I will warn readers that the sex is
burning hot as usual but there is a "frenzy" that might be
a little too much for some to handle. As with everything
Ms. D'Arc writes, I truly enjoyed this book and can't wait
Griffon Redstone is the eldest of five brothers and the
leader of one of the most influential shifter Clans in North
America. He seeks solace in the mountains, away from the
horrific events of the past months, for both himself and his
young sister. The deaths of their older sister and mother
have hit them both very hard.
Lindsey Tate is human, but very aware of the werewolf Pack
that lives near her grandfather's old cabin. She's come to
right a wrong her grandfather committed against the Pack and
salvage what's left of her family's honor - if the wolves
will let her. Mostly, they seem intent on running her out of
town on a rail.
But the golden haired stranger, Grif, comes to her rescue
more than once. He stands up for her against the wolf Pack
and then helps her fix the old generator at the cabin,
making it habitable for her while she completes her task.
He's friendly and all too attractive, but she has a job to
do, regardless of the cost to herself or her budding
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