Author: Amélie S. Duncan
Reviewer: Tanya Rae
Stars: 5 ★★★★★
When twenty-three year old Tala Velsik appears in a last minute performance art piece, she has no idea that public nudity will be the least of her worries. Wearing nothing but silver paint and a pair of antlers, her body is bared to hundreds of eyes, but one penetrating stare simmers through the others, Adrian Caro.
Adrian Caro is one of the world’s most famous directors and photographers, but with striking features and a body made for sin, most would guess he belonged in front of the camera.
Of course, the last thing Tala needs is romance, even with a walking Adonis. Mounting bills, a dead end job and a set of childhood memories most therapists would pale at; love is low on her list. Assuming, of course, her new admirer allows her to have a say in the matter.
Shocked yet thrilled by Adrian’s passionate domination, Tala can’t help but feel she’s standing on quicksand. For all his wealth, fame and talent, Adrian is tormented by his own demons; hiding secrets big enough to destroy them both.
This book is intended for mature/adult audiences only. Disclaimer: Dark/Mature themes some may find difficult to read.
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I really enjoyed Little Wolf by Amélie S. Duncan so much so I read the book straight through, beginning to the end. There were certain things I didn’t understand how it happened but, all was explained at the end of the book. This book has an HEA and is a standalone book.
Adrian is so sure of himself. An Alpha for sure! He is a famous photographer. Tala helped her brother Jax (not her biological brother) out by posing with just body paint and nothing else at Killian Gallery. Adrian saw Tala and wanted her. And, so it seems anything Adrian wants Adrian gets. Little Wolf is Adrians and Tala’s story.
Adrian calls Tala his “Little Wolf” which is the title of this book and what her name means Little Wolf. A little tidbit that was shared is “Tala means stalking wolf in Sioux”.
And, my oh my there are some very catty women in this book.
I was gifted a copy of Little Wolf for an honest review. I give this book 5 stars because I truly enjoyed Little Wolf and look forward to reading more from this author!
Lily Salomé has encountered more challenges than the average twenty-four year old. After a horrendous crash killed her parents, an abusive relationship was all she needed to calcify her broken heart to stone. So when Lily’s boss comes to her with a challenge most girls would balk at, she knows there isn’t much left in this world to be afraid of.
The target: Jonas Crane, a brooding business mogul who hasn’t smiled once since his divorce. Dark, dangerous and mouthwatering, Crane has written a book about life in the fast lane and with the recent publicity, Lily’s boss wants the rights. Problem is, Crane won’t return a phone call, let alone agree to a meeting. But if a pretty publishing assistant happens to run into him at the Waldorf, with a business card and a smile…what could go wrong?
A lot, it seems. Lily thinks she’s going to the Waldorf to meet a rich jerk, or worse, a playboy, but the truth is way more challenging. Jonas Crane is smart, engaging…and devastatingly out of her league.
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Lily Salomé knows one thing: Jonas Crane is the lover she always dreamt of. Smart, powerful and sexy, both in and out of the bedroom.
For the first time in a long time, things are looking up for Lily. With the city’s most eligible bachelor on her arm, life with Jonas might just live up to all it’s beautiful promise.
That is until an altercation with a man from her past leaves her bruised, frightened, and too ashamed to tell the truth.
She can run, she can hide, but for how long?
**The book contains some dark themes/situations that may be difficult for some readers**
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Amélie S. Duncan writes contemporary, erotic romances with a dark edge. Her inspiration comes from many sources including her life experiences and travels. She lives on the West Coast of the United States with her husband.