At an already challenging time in his life, Pierce discovers
something that has the potential to break apart his entire
life. He turns to lawyer Nicola Parrish to find the answers
he both dreads and desires.
I read the previous six books in the Men of Wolff
Mountain series in preparation for reviewing A WOLFF AT
HEART. At the end of book six, All Grown Up, I was at a
loss. Janice Maynard had efficiently and seductively paired
off the sixth and final member of the Wolff clan; where was
she going with book seven? Even having read plenty of series
romance, even having vast experience with identifying plot
twists and formulaic but enjoyable romantic tales, even with
the clues Maynard laid out in book six it took a big chunk
of WOLFF AT HEART before I realized how she was tying Pierce
and Nicola to the Wolff Mountain folks. I love it.
WOLFF AT HEART had me totally engrossed in the story,
waiting for the next scene and to discover the decisions
made by the main characters. I got a little weepy (in a good
way) and read the final page with a hearty sigh of
Having read all seven books back to back, I have to say it
was worth it. As Pierce and Nicole's journey is in large
part separate from activities on the mountain, it could be
read as a stand-alone book but if you did that, you would
cheat yourself from a generous portion of enjoyment.
Realizing his entire life is a lie, Pierce Avery hires
Nicola Parrish to find answers. Learning his father is not
his biological parent is mind-blowing; discovering the
desirable woman behind his new lawyer's professional facade
puts him over the edge. But his growing passion for Nicola
could be blinding him to her motives for getting him to
embrace the truth of his past. His heart may be ready for
more, but can he really trust her?