Tall, Dark & de Wolfe by Barbara Devlin is a story of unexpected love, a battle of the heart, and the realization that family isn’t always defined by birth. If you love Historical Romance this is one novella that’s not to be missed.
Lady Rosenwyn Burville discovers her future now rests in the hands of Titus de Wolfe after a battle destroys one family and their future forever changed. Titus and Rosenwyn will discover that love is precious, and something to be treasured, not feared. There are still a few good, decent men ready to treat their wives as equal. Will Rosenwyn’s fears be for nothing? Titus is a hero to savor, I bid you fair warning dear readers. Be prepared to swoon ;).
Once again Barbara Devlin has written a romance that has tenderness despite duty, friendship that is earned, and a devotion that will melt your heart. It’s a bite-sized treat that reunites us with the de Wolfe family. The result is epic and reminds us why we love Kathryn Le Veque’s world of The Wolfe. While this story is not set in a world that Barbara Devlin created, it might as well should be as the details were seamless. Well done!
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I purchased this novella and hope that you will one-click your copy today. It’s time to discover a sexy knight that’s worthy of space on your e-reader shelf. 😉
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Author Info: USA Today bestselling, Amazon All-Star author Barbara Devlin was born a storyteller, but it was a weeklong vacation to Bethany Beach, Delaware that forever changed her life. The little house her parents rented had a collection of books by Kathleen Woodiwiss, which exposed Barbara to the world of romance, and Shanna remains a personal favorite.
Barbara writes heartfelt historical romances that feature not so perfect heroes who may know how to seduce a woman but know nothing of marriage. And she prefers feisty but smart heroines who sometimes save the hero before they find their happily ever after.
Barbara is a disabled-in-the-line-of-duty retired police officer, and she earned an MA in English and continued a course of study for a Doctorate in Literature and Rhetoric. She happily considered herself an exceedingly eccentric English professor, until success in Indie publishing lured her into writing, full-time, featuring her fictional knighthood, the Brethren of the Coast.