Cloaked in Christmas by TF Walsh

cloaked-in-christmasAfter fleeing her abusive ex, 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?

Genre: Paranormal Holiday Romance
Title: Cloaked in Christmas
Series: A Wulfkin Legacy Novella
Author: T.F. Walsh
Publisher: Crimson Romance

Source: ARC via author
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Pages: 117
Date: 11.28.16
Rating: 5/5


Dear Reader,

 This seriously should be a Hallmark movie, but of the paranormal variety. Hot second-in-commands? Sneaky little fox spirits? A deranged and abusive ex who just doesn’t know when to give up? Take my money!

I took an immediate liking to Cacey and Vin, especially their story and chemistry. The first few chapters were a little slow but it quickly got interesting the moment Vin stepped into the scene. Fine, I admit that I was really just anticipating a certain sexy wulfkin lol sue me.

Cacey’s determinnation to find a better life for herelf and her daughter was one of the things I loved about this. It got a little personal with the preference and the things that just touch my heart, so it wasn’t hard to love. If anything, it endeared it even more to me.

I liked the writing style, the humor and sensual flavor. I need that recipe for the hot chocolate because, you know, little darling needs a break, too. And a physically imposing body with a heart of gold. And maybe some rope. I’ll stop now.

Definitely check this book out. It got me into the holiday mood, and I thought the pace and feels were just perfect. I’ll for sure be checking out more of this author.

Happy Reading,

A Little Darling


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