his father is murdered and his birthright is taken from him,
aristocrat David ‘Davy’ Blackleigh’s life heads in a
direction he never would have expected. Falling into a pack
of misfit thieves Davy finds himself in awe of the pack’s
leader Connor Donnaugh. To Davy the thought of Connor loving
him is worth more than any title or riches he could ever
posses, but to his utter devastation he couldn’t even get
Connor to be around him let alone love him.
has been around long enough to know love held no place in
the wild lands of Craiglaren, but in all his years he has
never met anyone like Davy.
Name of a Wolf was a very interesting story. The
eclectic pack of thieves that took Davy into their family
were a big part of what made this story enjoyable for me,
especially the women of the group. Davy and Connor were of
course terrific together, they had great chemistry and
passion between them, but it was still their interaction
with the pack that made me like them even more. Part of the
story I was a bit puzzled by and found to be a bit overly
dramatic but for the most part Name of a Wolf
was a very enjoyable story.