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A Certain Wolfish Charm by Lydia Dare

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Also by Lydia Dare:

Wolfishly Yours, November 2012
Paperback / e-Book
The Wolf Who Loved Me, April 2012
Paperback / e-Book
Never Been Bit, September 2011
Paperback / e-Book
In The Heat Of The Bite, July 2011
Paperback
It Happened One Bite, March 2011
Mass Market Paperback / e-Book
The Taming Of The Wolf, November 2010
Mass Market Paperback
The Wolf Next Door, June 2010
Mass Market Paperback
Tall, Dark and Wolfish, May 2010
Mass Market Paperback
A Certain Wolfish Charm, April 2010
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A Certain Wolfish Charm
Lydia Dare

If he doesn't answer her call, surely he'll go mad...

Sourcebooks Casablanca
April 2010
On Sale: April 6, 2010
Featuring: Lily Rutledge; Simon Westfield
384 pages
ISBN: 1402236948
EAN: 9781402236945
Mass Market Paperback
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Romance Historical

The rules of Regency Society can be beastly—especially when you're a werewolf. Simon Westfield, the Duke of Blackmoor has spent his entire life creating scandal and mayhem. It doesn't help his wolfish temper that since he's rich, powerful, and sinfully handsome, the town is willing to overlook his outrageous behavior. Lily Rutledge has a wild streak of her own. When she turns to Simon for help, he falls for her immediately. For Simon is drawn to the fearless Lily more powerfully than the moon...

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54 comments posted.

Re: A Certain Wolfish Charm

Ooh a shifter romance! I love my werewolves! I'm looking forward to reading this story.
(Anna Hoque 12:43pm March 31, 2010)

Ooh, yes, PLEASE! I love my HEAs, and am delighted that you've written a new one to add to my TBB! A Certain Wolfish Charm sounds excellent!
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Fedora Chen 3:33am March 31, 2010)

Sounds like a good book to read. Love shifters. And I love HEAs.
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Carol Cobun 4:33am March 31, 2010)

I also am a fan of happily-ever-afters. And it should be even better if it has werewolves. :)
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Rachael Haas 5:04am March 31, 2010)

I always want a HEA but am willing to wait for it. It's why I love a series! You get both just like in life but are also promised that the real ending will tie up all the loose ends for a HEA. As for the necessary ingredients, I need true love, respect, and some good drama, lol :) Can't wait to read "A Certain Wolfish Charm"!
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Bella Franco 5:09am March 31, 2010)

I am a practical girl through and through. So I read fantasy as escapism... and I like happily-ever-afters in my reads :)
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Cherry Mischievous 6:08am March 31, 2010)

This book is already on my wishlist!*_* The major ingredient for my happy-ever-after? The luck to find the right man who will love me HEA! :P
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Giada Mariani 8:11am March 31, 2010)

When I read a romance, I expect a HEA. It would be very disappointing to have read about a couple of characters and then find out that they don't end up together.
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Arantza Cazalis 8:49am March 31, 2010)

Bring it on!
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Diana Kirkwood 9:48am March 31, 2010)

love paranormal romances
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Sherry Russell 9:49am March 31, 2010)

WOW What a great cover! Looks to be a awesome book. Hope to read it soon ..
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Alma Crockett 9:49am March 31, 2010)

I hate books that do not have a happy ever after, I love the ones about reformed rakes, werewolves, vampires - you name it really, just give me a good happy ever after.
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Barbara Hanson 10:27am March 31, 2010)

Wow, your book sounds great. Love shifters. For me, a HEA should have the couple in a committed, loving relationship at the end.
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Crystal Broyles 11:28am March 31, 2010)

Your books sounds fantastic and i would love to read it! I love HEA myself!
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Gail Hurt 11:45am March 31, 2010)

I love books with happily ever afters where the hero and heroine have overcome the odds to be together.
(
Leni Kaye 12:05pm March 31, 2010)

I love reading books with happily ever
afters. I wish my life would be like
that one day. But things happen for a
reason and I will have to wait one day
to be swept off my feet. Your book
sounds very good and i love reading
about strong werewolfs... =o)
(
Elisa Varey 12:27pm March 31, 2010)

A Wolfish Charm sounds good!!!
Blessings,
Marjorie
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Marjorie Carmony 12:27pm March 31, 2010)

Sounds like an interesting book! You asked our preferences - I love romantic suspense.
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Kelli Jo Calvert 12:29pm March 31, 2010)

I love HEA and if I'm surprised with a less than happy ending I get very annoyed.
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Marlene Breakfield 12:45pm March 31, 2010)

I also love reading Happily Ever After books. A Wolfish Charm sound like it would be a delicious read.
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Cathy Phillips 12:46pm March 31, 2010)

Nothing like animal magnatism for a happy ending.
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Annetta Stolpmann 12:48pm March 31, 2010)

Nothing better than a HEA! Your book sounds wonderful!!! :)
(
Colleen Conklin 1:17pm March 31, 2010)

Sounds like ALOT of fun!!!
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Lori Roche 1:38pm March 31, 2010)

I love wolves and books, so a book about werewolves is just perfect. I named one of my cockatiels Wolfgang, but that is because he wolf whistled at me the day I bought him. He had a HEA.
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Tonya Atchley 1:42pm March 31, 2010)

I'd say that you have a pretty good HEA recipe here. Werewolves are one of the few types of paranormal creatures I can empathize with. Definitely no vampires for me. And combine this with an aunt and guardian love story--what fun.
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Sigrun Schulz 3:01pm March 31, 2010)

You have written about two of the things I love:I love werewolves and I love HEAs. I have to read this book!
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Patsy Hagen 3:03pm March 31, 2010)

Your book sounds great, and I’m looking forward to reading it. Your column convinced me we do need a namesake drink to celebrate, so I propose the following:
Happily Ever After
½ ounce Crème de cacao,
¼ ounce chocolate liqueur,
1-½ ounce Vodka,
½ ounce coffee liqueur
Shake all ingredients with ice. Strain and serve in a chilled martini glass.

Why these ingredients?
Chocolate—because no believable HEA drink for women would be without it
Vodka—it’s got to have a kick to it
Coffee—staying power, to put the E in HEA
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G S Moch 3:04pm March 31, 2010)

I like the idea of a strong woman civilizing (because there's no real "taming") a strong man's inner wolf, or outer one as the case may be. Having the protagonists work for their HEA makes the ending so much sweeter.
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S Tieh 3:14pm March 31, 2010)

A HEA is essential to me for a book to be considered a keeper. LOL! I think I would have to be pretty drunk to have the nerve to order a Screaming Orgasm. I love a good paranormal, especially one involving wolves. Your story sounds like a great one, combining two of my favorite genres, regency with paranormal.
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Cherie Japp 3:22pm March 31, 2010)

Sounds like a great book, who doesn't like HEA??, and a cute wolf too>>>>
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Kelly Holt 3:50pm March 31, 2010)

I love a HEA after the expected tussle of personalities etc. It's the journey I need to reach a happy conclusion.
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Mary Preston 5:01pm March 31, 2010)

Happy Ever After= 3 parts adventure 3 parts romance and 1 part myster.
Next time you are in a bar order a buttery nipple = DeKyper's Buttershot and Bailey's Irish Cream
enyl(at)inbox(dot)com
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Cheryl Stillwell 5:33pm March 31, 2010)

I'll have that with a beer chaser. I've ready just about anything as long as I get my HEA
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Maude Allen 6:50pm March 31, 2010)

I love the cover of this book. He has an awesome chest.
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Marlene Howard 6:51pm March 31, 2010)

What exciting and dangerous characters. I can hardly wait to see how they find happily-ever-after!
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Rosemary Krejsa 7:15pm March 31, 2010)

Love the paranormal and a happy ever after ending too. Looking forward to reading this one
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Teresa Ward 7:30pm March 31, 2010)

My Happily Ever After? Would love to be there for someone who doesn't quite fit in with the usual crowd and would need a little extra TLC-and would love giving a lil extra back as well!
(
Megan G. Rey 7:39pm March 31, 2010)

Sounds like a good read.
(
Deb Pelletier 8:00pm March 31, 2010)

I love shape shifters in fact any shifters and I love HEA stories. My HEA? to retire and read more books.
(
Diane Sadler 8:47pm March 31, 2010)

I've all ready put all 4 books of
this series on my wishlist. Just
love a series that I only have to
wait months to get 4 books
instead of 4 years
(
Lisa Richards 9:52pm March 31, 2010)

You can order me one of those HEAs too! ;) This one is definitely going on my wishlist!
(
Michelle K 10:02pm March 31, 2010)

Please enter me in your great Contest and I love winning prizes from FreshFiction.com too! God bless YOU, Cecilia
[email protected]
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Cecilia Dunbar Hernandez 11:22pm March 31, 2010)

So a joy to meet you Lydia and wow, I'm super excited about your series! These sound perfect! Love werewolves! My happy ever after drink would have my favorite of peach snapps and orange juice (yep a screwdriver) so refreshing! Fits perfectly!
Thanks Id love to be in the contest
cathiecaffey(at)gmail(dot)com
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Cathie Morton 11:40pm March 31, 2010)

The book sounds like fun. I hadn't
heard of those drinks before my
daughter went to college and came
home to tell me about them. Zombies
were the thing when I was in college,
back in the Dark Ages. I have seen a
few reviews for A CERTAIN WOLFISH
CHARM and they have been good.
I can't imagine trying to craft a story
with a cowriter, but it have obviously
worked for you. I look forward to
reading this book. Good luck with the
next one.
(
Patricia Barraclough 12:48pm April 1, 2010)

Sounds like a great book to read.
debp
[email protected]
(
Debbie Penny 10:41am April 1, 2010)

Hello Lydia, Please enter me in your fantastic contest and I pray I win some fantastic prizes from FreshFiction soon!
God bless, Cecilia
[email protected]
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Cecilia Dunbar Hernandez 12:04pm April 1, 2010)

i love your books on this site
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Debbi Shaw 12:07pm April 1, 2010)

I LOVE SCOTTISH ROMANCE BOOKS.
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Eileen Blackmore 4:44pm April 1, 2010)

i love to read your books!
(
Ann Unger 7:54pm April 1, 2010)

Shape Shifter... I have been reading alot of these books lately.
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Kai Wong 9:20pm April 1, 2010)

Love, respect and trust are the
ingredients for my HEA!
(
Jung Ja Ahn 11:09pm April 1, 2010)

I cannot WAIT to read this book
(
Donna Holmberg 11:50pm April 1, 2010)

My happily ever after drink would have kaluha, bailey's and amaretto in it along with a bunch of crushed ice and some milk... yummy
(
Donna Holmberg 11:52pm April 1, 2010)

Hi Tammy and Jodie,
Love werewolves and the paranormal and this one is on my TRL.Congrats on your new relelease.
Carol L.
[email protected]
(
Carol Luciano 3:59pm April 2, 2010)

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