After a nasty skirmish along the England/Scotland border at Bog Wood, a badly wounded knight has crawled off to die. As women from the Clan Scott fan out across the battlefield to collect the spoils of war, one woman breaks off from the pack. She is sickened by the tradition of stealing valuables off the dead and runs off to hide. In her hiding place, however, lingers the badly wounded knight. The young woman is frightened at first but her natural instinct to lend aid takes over. She tends the knight and saves his life. Little does the Lady Jordan Scott know that she has just saved the life of the dreaded English knight known to her people as The Wolf.
©2013 Kathryn Le Veque (P)2014 Kathryn Le Veque
This book has such a strong plot, rich in the history this series creates. The voice of the narrator takes that story and heats it up to a whole other level. Guy Veryzer is the best. He brought the story to life. A must read for Medieval Lovers!
Kathryn Le Veque’s book THE WOLFE literally took my breath away. I devoured every pages and I couldn’t stop reading it's a real page turner! I loved, very much, Sir William de Wolfe and Lady Jordan , two independent and stubborn characters! So I had to listen to it as an audio!
I loved that the time period was medieval and the story took place in Scotland and England, perfect setting for this story.
To be honest, I liked his voice, but I would have loved a little bit more of intonation in his voice!
I am a huge fan, of Ms. Le Veque's books!
Yes. Once u set the audio speed to 1.25 the story flows and you get carried away into another time. Honestly this story is full of drama, romance and plenty of laughter. I listened to the 35 hour book over 3 days. That's how engaging the story was, with plenty of laugh out loud moments. This book was fun.
William and Jordan. The interaction between these two characters was hilarious. She had him wrapped around her little finger and he knew it. And I loved his reactions to her.
There is something wrong with the audio speed, another reviewer mentioned it. When you first listen the voice is too slow and drags unnaturally. At 1.25 speed on the audible apps settings the readers voice is perfect. I found him engaging and fun to listen to. And his portrayal of the different characters was wonderful. I loved his William and Paris especially.
The size of this audiobook is really like 3 books in one. I loved the length of this book. It gives the story and characters time to develop. Honestly if you love Historical Romance, you'll love this.
yes.... I love the narration and the voice of the narrator.
I like the first part of the story where william has been wounded and his lady has just found him.....I also love when he sees her for the first time again.
yes ..... but its a bit long for that
I want more.... kathryn writes wonderful stories and hearing them is such a treat... i become immersed.
It's as good as the print version.
Both Jordan and William. They are both strong characters.
Katheryn Le Veque writes wonderful stories combining History, love, steamy scenes. I love reading her books and I really enjoyed his audibook.
I loved this story. The characters are well rounded and likable. Best of all, none of them are stupid. (you know...'I love him, but can't tell him,even though he told me he loves me')
There is none of that nonsense. There is however, a believable, interesting storyline. This is a long book - but I was never board with it. I did not have a problem with the narrator. I thought he did a great job with the female and male voices and accents. I did set the voice speed on my ipod to "fast" (it is usually set on "normal") because it seemed that the voice was too slow. After I adjusted the setting the narrator sounded great. There are some sexy bedroom scens because that's what it's like in real life - not too graphic. (This book has enough going on with the storyline not to need graphic) I look forward to reading more from Kathryn Le Veque. YES, this is worth a credit.
I would listen to this novel again and again and again. This is the best of the best in Le Veque's long list of novels. Five star novel with everything you could want in a historical romance novel: love, action, adventure, political intrigue, sex and knights battling to the end.
While you want to listen to this all in one sitting, you just have to be patient and do it in stages from the sheer length of the story. You can't wait to get back to it!
Mom of 3 and a book lover.
I've listened just half way, and I decided to write a review to show how much I enjoy it. My first with the author and narrator and I love them both. Now I venture other stories from both of them.
I just really loved the story the intrigue, plot twists, characters, the strong friendships and lastly the love stories! I have purchased the kindle edition, the paperback and now to have the audiobook is just fabulous to listen to as well. The hero William de Wolfe and the heroine Jordan Scott are also such wonderful characters that I just instantly adored them! There is such strong character development of the hero, heroine and even some of the minor characters that you can easily imagine everyone that they almost seem real!
I at first didn't think Mr. Guy Veryzer voice fit with the character of William de Wolfe but as the story progressed I could easily see his voice for some of the other characters and he even voiced the women fairly well. When I imagined two of the women Jemma Scott and Aloria I just could see that his voice fit for them. Mr. Guy Veryzer voice seemed more fitting as Paris or Kieran. I think the less I tried to just picture his voice fitting the characters and pay more attention to the story made me much happier. Mr. Guy Veryzer had an almost soothing calming tone to his voice but his voice didn't sound monochromatic either. There was definite distinction and separation between plot points and other characters.
When the heroine Jordan learns of William's injury leaving him near death and her insistance to go and take care of him. In her explanation to the king of why she is there and her dogged determination to save William not only moves me to read it in the kindle edition but to listen to it as well. Even Mr. Veryzer voice sounded a bit sorrowful but somewhat seemingly resolute in intonation.
I am glad that this novel of Ms. Le Veque is now in audio book despite not liking Mr. Guy Veryzer voice at first the storyline is fantastic and I did stop trying to picture who his voice sounded more like growing to like his voice as just the narrator as the story progressed.
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