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The Wolf Who Loved Me by Lydia Dare

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Also by Lydia Dare:

Wolfishly Yours, November 2012
Paperback
The Wolf Who Loved Me, April 2012
Paperback
Never Been Bit, September 2011
Paperback
In The Heat Of The Bite, July 2011
Paperback
It Happened One Bite, March 2011
Mass Market Paperback
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
Mass Market Paperback

The Wolf Who Loved Me
Lydia Dare

Her fortunes are about to change forever

Sourcebooks Casablanca
April 2012
On Sale: April 1, 2012
Featuring: Lady Madeline Hayburn; Weston Hadley
384 pages
ISBN: 1402263465
EAN: 9781402263460
Kindle: B0073KA5ZA
Paperback / e-Book
$7.99
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Romance Paranormal | Romance Historical | Paranormal Romance

A new sexy Regency paranormal trilogy by bestselling author Lydia Dare features hunky werewolves who need to learn how to behave in polite society. Can this pack of 'gentlemen' be trained in the ways of the ton, or is it too late to teach an old Lycan new tricks?

Lady Madeline Hayburn is called upon to lend her respectability and introduce the Hadley brothers to society. Mr. Weston Hadley admires her from afar, yet his very presence draws her in...

Comments

46 comments posted.

Re: The Wolf Who Loved Me

I cant think of anything in particular that I have done so someone would keep a secret of mine but that could just mean that I have either blocked the memory or have forgotten about it since I don't have the best of memories sometimes.
(Chelsea Knestrick 1:59am April 12, 2012)

I have a friend who actually paid for her friend's Vegas trip so she would keep
something a secret...it was a pretty big secret.
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Hyunjin Jeon 3:45am April 12, 2012)

None of my friends could keep a secret anyway so there was nothing I could do to keep them quiet. I figured it would come out anyway so why try. This sounds like a great book.
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Kathleen Yohanna 3:51am April 12, 2012)

There are wolves and then there are wolves.
To be trustworthy is to be an invaluable friend, no need to be paid.
Blessings,
Marjorie
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Marjorie Carmony 6:42am April 12, 2012)

I think it would be hard to top that one. My friends are the only ones that really know my secrets and friendship keeps them secret.
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Pam Howell 7:22am April 12, 2012)

No, I have never paid in any way to keep a secret. I would never tell anyone a secret that was that bad.
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Debbie Penny 7:24am April 12, 2012)

I haven't done anything to maintain a secret, but I often regretted sharing a secret.
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Robin McKay 7:51am April 12, 2012)

The only one I would share a secret with is my husband... I've learned never to tell one of my daughters because she will call her sister right away. HA
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Bonnie Capuano 8:43am April 12, 2012)

LOL no I have never had the opportunity or need to marry to shut someone up! I really don't have any secrets that would destroy me. I do have some I would prefer others not know about, and those I only tell my partner! Thanks so much for the chance to win a copy of this book. It sounds GREAT!
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Angie Lilly 9:29am April 12, 2012)

There is no such thing as keeping secrets in my family! No a
single one of us can keep a secret. My mother is the oldest
of 13 children and I am the oldest 50 grandchildren (and a few
great-grandchldren) and not a single person in my family can
"hold water". It makes for some fun family gatherings though.
(
Tanja Haack 9:55am April 12, 2012)

I don't remember being asked to keep a secret, but I would do it.
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Wilma Frana 10:15am April 12, 2012)

Nope... I lived with a nosy brother and sister when I was a kid so no secrets whatsoever. And now, my daughter goes through all my things....
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May Pau 10:32am April 12, 2012)

I know my sister would keep any secret of mine--and me hers--but I can't think of any huge or outlandish secrets that we've shared.
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G S Moch 10:35am April 12, 2012)

i really love to have this. i know my sister would keep my sister for me and so would i.
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Denise Smith 11:30am April 12, 2012)

If you don't have secrets, you don't need to worry who will
keep them for you. But I love my sisters and know that they
would. And I'd do the same for them. thanks for the contest.
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Mary Hay 11:36am April 12, 2012)

I'm too open and like to talk too much to keep a secret about myself or for someone else.
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Sue Farrell 11:46am April 12, 2012)

I have a secret chocolate stash!
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Lisa Elwood 12:01pm April 12, 2012)

I think I need to get out more! Lol. I don't think I've done anything that merits
being kept a secret!
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Jane Limback 12:10pm April 12, 2012)

I'm usually an open book. I remember one time my grandmother sent my cousin and me to the store and we spent the change. We thought we would be stealth and not tell grandma. That really didn't work out well for us. We both got "switched". There is a psychological aspect to "switching". We had to get our own switch and it had to be green enough to not break. Since that very day, I have been a really honest person. I guess grandma knew what she was doing. We got into more trouble for keeping the secret than we did for taking the money. :)
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Sandy Fielder 12:31pm April 12, 2012)

Not much on secrets... but I can keep quiet when it is needed.
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Colleen Conklin 1:19pm April 12, 2012)

I can keep a secret someone tells me, but have found the only way to keep a secret really secret is to tell NO ONE. You can not even hint that you have something that you don't want anyone to know.
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Jane Mccarthy 1:20pm April 12, 2012)

No. I'm pretty good with keeping secrets even my own. I'm careful about whose secrets to keep and which ones to stay away from.
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Na S 1:42pm April 12, 2012)

The only secrets I keep are the ones involving gifts to
others :D I wouldn't expect to pay or get paid for keeping
secrets for a friend or family member as that is what
friendship and family loyalty are all about.
The best quote I ever heard about secrets was "A secret is
only a secret if no-one knows it".
(
Ilona Fenton 2:31pm April 12, 2012)

I can't think of anything that I have done that I would go to extremes to get someone to keep. If it is something you don't want others to know then maybe it shouldn't be done.
(
Wendy Hulbert 2:32pm April 12, 2012)

Book sounds very interesting. Going on my list of to be read.
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Alisa Jenkins 3:14pm April 12, 2012)

No, I've never done anything like that.
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Kathleen Conner 3:33pm April 12, 2012)

I'm not one for keeping secrets. Book sounds good,thank for giving me a chance to win it.
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Linda Hall 3:52pm April 12, 2012)

I don't have anything that I can think of. Boy, am I boring. I need to change that!
Good luck and happy writing!
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Tracie Travis 4:26pm April 12, 2012)

I don't like to have secrets. I wouldn't trust anyone to keep them anyway. I'm pretty open about my life. I would be too paranoid that someone would spill the beans.
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Stacie Deramo 4:36pm April 12, 2012)

I don't tell many secrets that I would really care about getting out because when I was a kid I remember people getting me to tell them things and then they would tell the rest of the class. Luckily I have not done much that I feel I need to keep secret and any secrets I have that I need to share I have some people I can trust and confide in that won't try to make me do something to keep it secret.
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Chelsea Knestrick 5:03pm April 12, 2012)

No, I've never done anything to warrant keeping a secret to trust someone with. This book sounds like a great read that I need!
(
Linda Luinstra 5:10pm April 12, 2012)

I've never had a major secret, and I'm pretty good at keeping
other people's secrets (especially if they specifically ask me
to). I think all secrets will eventually come out.
(
Diane Sallans 5:28pm April 12, 2012)

would love to read your books
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Cindy Vinzant 5:37pm April 12, 2012)

I keep my secrets close to my heart! Been burned one too many times.
This book looks lovely!
Erin
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Erin Koiso 5:47pm April 12, 2012)

I don't tell anything I want kept secret, but I'm good at keeping other people's secrets. Weston Hadley has one...he turns into a wolf! This book sounds too good.
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Rich Cook 6:02pm April 12, 2012)

Secrets can wear you out if there's too many and you keep running into people who would change their mind if they only knew. I'm used to keeping secrets as a member of the healthcare field. In fact, people tell me things they've never told anyone before since my ears are ready to listen especially if they want to unload an earfull. This story sounds juicy and I like hearing about tagteams and anthologies, too.
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Alyson Widen 7:07pm April 12, 2012)

I have never done anything outlandish that I can think of to get anyone to keep a secret, however, I think that everyone, at some point in their lives, have asked someone to keep something secret for them, for some reason, that they needed to share, and have begged them not to tell a soul about it. They knew the other party wouldn't tell anyone else, and that's why they asked them not to repeat it. That's what I've done in the past, and it wasn't an outlandish act by asking. Perhaps what I asked them to keep secret was a little outlandish, but I certainly couldn't put down what it was about in my comment. All I can say is it wasn't illegal, immoral, or fattening. ;-) The book that you wrote struck a chord with me. It immediately reminded me of someone I know, and I would love to read it!! Congratulations on what I'm sure is going to be another hit for you!!
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Peggy Roberson 8:15pm April 12, 2012)

The only person I will ever tell anything I want kept secret to is my mom. Thanks for the chance to win!
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Natasha Donohoo 9:04pm April 12, 2012)

While I've kept secrets for others, I've never asked anyone to keep a secret.
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Mary C 9:57pm April 12, 2012)

I have never paid a person to keep a secret, but other people have paid for having one to begin with, just not money.
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Elizabeth Rodriguez 10:14pm April 12, 2012)

The only person I share important secrets with is my husband (and best friend!) - saves on the worry!
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Janie McGaugh 11:29pm April 12, 2012)

I have never had a secret that I was unable or unwilling to share.
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Lindsey Ekland 2:09am April 13, 2012)

I don't have any great secrets so never have worried about hiding them.
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Maureen Emmons 10:38am April 13, 2012)

Sound like a fun book to read. I could never ask my friends to keep a secret. Someone would spill the beans. Would love to read this.
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Diane Castiglione 12:11pm April 13, 2012)

I don't have any secrets but if I did I would never share them with anyone.
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Ann Thaxton 12:39pm April 13, 2012)

I used to share secrets with my sister, but now she is gone, I keep them to myself. I would adore to have this book! Sounds funny and dangerous all at once! Thank you for this opportunity!
(
Mary Holden 5:43pm April 14, 2012)

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