To Trust a Wolf Review – Danielle Hardgrave


To Trust a Wolf is a great fast read. The tall, dark and mysterious Rune definitely catches your imagination and Helen the straight forward business like woman being unraveled by him makes this a tantalizing story you want more of! I hope the next book is longer and full of more steamy scenes. Author Danielle has woven a great beginning tale of wolves and vampires at war that will capture your imagination and interest! Enjoy.


My Rating: 2Stars



Museum archivist Helen Jurist has a dinky receptionist and an antisocial awkward boss that drives her crazy but she has single handedly managed to prepare her museum for the annual donor gala. All is running smoothly until her boss throws her a curveball showing the museums secret collection of Viking artifacts to a donor. But little does she know this donor is not at all what he seems and she is finding herself drawn to Rune. Her instinct is telling her not to trust him but her heart is uncharacteristically telling her to jump all in. She soon realizes she can’t resist and her gala gets turned upside down. And Rune is the center of all the upheaval.

Published By: Caldwell Publishing

Publication Date: June 2016

Date Read: 6/26/2016

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Source: ARC

Format: PDF

Pages: 125

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