Thursday, September 15, 2016

#GiveAway - Taming a Lady Wolfe by Tammy Andreson - Kathryn Le Veque's World of de Wolfe Pack

Immerse yourself into the fabulous worlds created for USA Today and Amazon All-Star bestselling author Kathryn Le Veque’s World of de Wolfe Pack Amazon Kindle World! Based off Kathryn’s epic saga, seventeen authors have written and released new stories using Kathryn’s original settings, characters, or plots for a re-launch of the world. You’ll find incredible authors with books of Time-Travel, Highlander, Conquest England, Regency, and Contemporary Romance just to name a few. This launch is covering all of the bases of Historical Romance and more. Read on below to get to know one of the featured authors and their book in the Wolfe Pack. To learn more about the other authors and books included, you can follow the World of de Wolfe Pack on Facebook.

Taming a Lady Wolfe
 by Tammy Andreson


Lady Delia de Wolfe absolutely cannot marry the handsome rake, Roderick Maddox, fourth Duke of Manchester, despite her brother’s insistence she do just that. Though he has long reformed his ways, he steals her breath away every time their eyes meet and she simply doesn’t deserve that kind of happiness. Not after the death of her brother, Reginald. She must pay penance, because, if not for her, he would still be alive. 

Roderick Maddox, has known for years he would marry Delia. Before Reginald’s death, he made a promise to his friend, not only would he care for Reginald’s sister, but he would reform himself into the type of man Delia deserved. He never expected Delia to ignite such passion or to be so resistant to him. Nor did he realize he held the secret about Reginald’s death that could crush their budding feelings forever. 

Publication Date: September 6, 2016

Genre: Historical Romance

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The little head lifted and terrified eyes met his. Roderick’s heart raced faster. A girl with the largest, bluest eyes he had ever seen looked at him with absolute terror. Her skin was nearly white, making the shade of blue even sharper. She may have screamed but the noise of the rushing water muted the sound so that it looked as though she mouthed the word, “Help.” Then his racing heart nearly stopped. Between her pale countenance and her voiceless plea, it was almost as though she were a ghost already.
He looked to the top of cliff for but a moment to see his friend, Reginald. “Catch her,” he mouthed over and over. Roderick turned his focus back on the child, her eyes were still trained on him.
They were nearly underneath her when a noise did rise over the water. A large crack rent the air, and Roderick didn’t have to look to know that the cliff was giving way above. He didn’t know what would happen to the men standing there, but he couldn’t focus on them now. His eyes stayed on her and he yelled louder than he had ever yelled anything in his life. “Jump, jump now!” He moved down the ship as it passed to stay under her and his brain screamed a prayer—jump, please jump, just jump, I beg you jump—but he was running out of room on the boat. She wasn’t going to do it. He would pass her by and, unable to look away, he would watch her be crushed by falling rock.
Four more strides and he would reach the end, three and he would run out of space, two and then it would be too late, one and suddenly she saw the end too. All in one motion, she stood and hurtled herself into the air. Her body sailed toward him, arms and legs splayed wide, trying to slow her momentum. Dimly, he was aware that she was larger than he had thought, but not one second later, his hands made contact with her torso and he pulled her towards him. With a force he wouldn’t have thought possible, her body crashed into his and he stumbled backwards, hitting the rail. For a sickening second, he thought they might both fall into the tumultuous water but he clenched every muscle he had, even his face turned to granite, as he held her to him, both leaning out over the foaming, churning water.
Her eyes, even larger and bluer than they appeared on the cliff, stared into his. Unable to look away, by increments he straightened up with her in his arms so that they were not leaning over the water but solidly on the boat. “You’re all right,” he murmured, stroking her hair. “I’ve got you, you’re fine.”
Her purple lips parted, as though to answer, but nothing came out and then he watched as her eyes blinked twice and then closed. Her body went limp against his. For just a moment, he was afraid that he had still lost her, but then her warm breath blew across his cheeks even as her body went limp in his arms. He clutched her tighter and finally peeled his eyes away from her face.
In that instant, he knew that this was Delia. Reginald had been correct. This slip of a girl would change Roderick’s ways because, in this moment, something deep inside him shifted. He would give everything he had to keep her safe from harm. Life came into sharp focus.
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Tammy AndresenTammy Andresen lives with her husband and three children just outside of Boston, Massachusetts. She grew up on the Seacoast of Maine, where she spent countless days dreaming up stories in blueberry fields and among the scrub pines that line the coast. Her mother loved to spin a yarn and Tammy filled many hours listening to her mother retell the classics. It was inevitable that at the age of 18, she headed off to Simmons College, where she studied English literature and education. She never left Massachusetts but some of her heart still resides in Maine and her family visits often.



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