July 22, 2010

A Certain Wolfish Charm by Lydia Dare

wolfishWhen her beloved nephew, Oliver, starts changing at an alarming rate - both physically and character wise - Lily Rutledge decides she has had enough of being ignored by Oliver's guardian, one Simon Westfield, Duke of Blackmoor. So she sets out to find Blackmoor and make him take his responsibilities toward Oliver more seriously.

Simon currently has his plate rather full, though. He and his brothers are werewolves, and he's finding harder and harder to fight his most animal urges. So having Lily in his house isn't probably very wise but he can't let her go, especially after he realizes the why of Oliver's changes.

I'm sorry to say that I found A Certain Wolfish Charm a bit flat, the characters were very one dimensional and there was very little character development. The story sounded interesting but it just didn't deliver in the end and I felt like I went around in circles for a good long while.

The first part of the book was quite good, but it just never progressed from there. There was promise and there were a couple of secondary characters that I quite liked but in the end it was just meh.

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