Rachael Tamayo

International Best Selling& Award winning Author and Book Reviewer. Author of romance, thriller and suspense. 

 

 

The Sound of Wolves by Elle Marlow

The Master of Western Romance does it again in her newest book, the conclusion to her Native Brides series. This one is a little more graphic, a little more sexy, and just as good, if not better than all of Marlow’s works. I’ve never been disappointed reading one of her books.

One of the things that I love about Western Romance is that it really takes me away. Thrown back in time to a gritty, rough, dirty way of life. Women were either delicate and genteel or forced to be tough as hell in the old west, and Marlow never fails to drop me right into a story worthy of True Grit.

Speaking of True Grit, Christine reminded me of young Mattie Ross. Her rough around the edges, but smart as a whip way and no nonsense way echoed the classic character in nothing less than a terrific style.

Nothing less than fantastic. I’ve loved every book that I’ve ready by Elle Marlow, and this one is no different. I have never cared for historical romance, but I love these books.