Review: Cloaked in Christmas by T.F Walsh

Happy Friday!  Today I get to share with you a Christmas novella in T.F Walsh’s Wulkin series.  Wulfkins and Christmas don’t normal mix but with this sexy love story with Christmas and a bit of danger mixed it will be a Christmas novella no one will want to miss.  For my full review keep reading after the book blurb.  Have a wonderful weekend!

32712763Book Blurb:

After fleeing her abusive ex, wulfkin Cacey Varg and her daughter settle happily with a new pack in Finland. As Christmas approaches, Cacey learns her ex has found them and is on his way to take their daughter back. But a massive snowstorm prevents her from packing up and leaving town—and instead delivers a sexy stranger to her doorstep. Can she trust that he isn’t one of her ex’s henchmen?

Second-in-command to Europe’s most powerful wulfkin, hunter Vincent Lyall’s spur-of-the-moment decision to check on his ailing mother soon finds him marooned at a cabin in the woods by the blizzard of the century. Trapped with this spirited vixen, resisting temptation is easier said than done… But she refuses to believe he is who he says he is.

Is love powerful enough to win when two sexy wolf shifters, an unwelcome past, and animalistic urges wreak havoc on the holiday season?

Review:

Cacey has finally found a place that is safe for her and her daughter.  But, when she gets a letter from her ex and then runs into a mysterious stranger she knows they are no longer safe.  The stranger is not for her though.  Vincent, the second in command to the Varlac, has come to visit his family.  He soon finds he and Cacey are undeniably attracted to one another.  Can the two of them come together to fight her past and maybe have a future?

I love this Wulkin series.  It is rare that you find a paranormal story that can fit into a Christmas tale.  T.F Walsh does a phenomenal job.  Staying true to the suspense and romance that is a signature of this series but also incorporates the magic of Christmas.  Cacey and Vincent are great characters.  Vincent was a minor character in Marcin’s book  but I love that he has his own happily ever after.  This was a great story that has so many layers for a novella.  I can’t wait for the next Wulkin book to come out.  You will enjoy this paranormal/romance/holiday/suspenseful book the moment you pick it up.

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. T.F.Walsh
    Dec 05, 2016 @ 22:32:09

    Thank you so much for the gorgeous review 🙂

    Reply

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