PRINCESS OF THE PACK is a novella in Saranna DeWylde's
Woolven Secret werewolf series. PRINCESS OF THE PACK
happens concurrently with some events of Book 1, so
reading the first book in the series, BIG BAD
BILLIONAIRE, before this one is a good idea.
PRINCESS OF THE PACK shows there is much more to
Marchessa de la Luna than was first suspected after
reading the previous book. I like that
she is somewhat pragmatic but also a fierce fighter when
she feels it's necessary. I love how she stands up for
herself and doesn't take any disrespect. She has a candor
I find very refreshing in a romance heroine.
Although Marchessa is sold into marriage by her father,
she is anything but a victim. She takes the circumstances
life throws at her and makes decisions.
This is the best and most unique story involving a love
triangle that I've ever read. What separates this love
triangle from others is that there is no indecisive
heroine or a lack of the "true love" feeling. The romance
between Marchessa and the man she chooses is extremely
sensual. Even though all of the main characters are
werewolves, there is a "beauty and the beast" feeling to
PRINCESS OF THE PACK. The exquisite sexual tension and
gradual building of trust and desire between Marchessa
and the hero is what makes PRINCESS OF THE PACK such a
PRINCESS OF THE PACK is a wonderfully delicious erotic
fairy tale. In addition to the eroticism, there a few bad
guys to add conflict and excitement. Now, after reading
PRINCESS OF THE PACK, not only am I looking forward to
reading stories about Blake Woolven's family, I also hope
to read more about Armand Rommulus Ardennes. I am eager
for the next installment in Saranna DeWylde's Woolven
Marchessa de la Luna’s duty is to the marriage arranged to
the enigmatic and powerful, but aging Alpha Antony Rommulus.
Her passion is for the rogue Cassius who can give her nothing
except pleasure. Marchessa must choose if it will be duty or
desire that will decide her fate and that of her pack.