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.