Taming the Wicked Wulfe by Tammy Jo Burns The Rogue Agents #1
Publication Date: July 14, 2014
Genres: Historical, Regency, Romance
SynopsisRebekah is forced into a proxy marriage to a man she despises for the sake of her orphaned niece and nephew. Her new husband, Thorn Wulfe, holds the key to all the secrets of her long-buried past.
Thorn, considered the Wicked Wulfe by many of the ton, operates one of London’s most notorious gaming hells, the Lady Luck. When his brother is killed, he finds his life turned upside down with a wife he does not want, and two children to care for.
When old secrets come to light and enemies make themselves known, Rebekah and Wulfe are going to have to decide what is more important…the past, the present, or the future? Will they be able to learn to trust and love one another along the way? Or will their secrets keep them apart forever?
Taming The Wicked Wulfe has everything you would expect from a historical story. Plenty of intrigue, heartache scoundrels, rakes and romance. If you like this kind of book you need to add it to your "TBR" pile. You wont be disappointed.
The way Tammy has written is exceptional. The attention to detail is outstanding. I don't think there is anything in the book that doesn't fit or stand out. The characters and plot are well thought out, and fit together flawlessly. I loved this book, I couldn't put it down until it was finished. I loved that Tammy kept me guessing as to the connection between Rebekah and Thorn. Right to the end I was hooked.
I give this 5/5 stars.
About the Author
From a young age I could always be found carrying around books to read while watching my grandmother's soap operas with her. I read anything and everything I could get my hands on and even made up skits and stories for my friends and me to act out. Once I outgrew the children's and YA books, my mom introduced me to an entirely new world - contemporary romance. Upon discovering I had a love for history I began devouring historical romances. One day, sitting in a college British History class, something the professor said made me think, I wonder. I quickly called mom (also a writer) and ran the idea by her. After being told, "Of course you can do it, you're my daughter," the rest, as they say, is history. I currently share my love of reading with the next generation as a high school librarian, and share my personal life with my demanding dog trapped in a cat's body, Ajax.