Rouge is on her way to marry an elderly wealthy marquis,
when her driver stops the carriage and abandons his post in
the middle of the Enchanted Forest. She tries to
investigate, but is detoured by a large black wolf. The
forest is rumored to be inhabited by magical creatures,
dangerous and benign. Lily refuses to be cowed. When she
attempts to escape her furry guardian, the spirited young
woman is forced to spend the night in a country cottage.
The next day she’s greeted by a tall, dark and naked
stranger that’s very happy to see her.
Ulfang struggles to resist the gorgeous red-haired Lady
Lily, although she is the solution to breaking his curse.
By taking her virginity, Marrok can live again as a man and
resume a normal life. However, his feelings for Lily come
into play. Marrok feels that she deserves better, even if
it means that she will marry another man.
uncertain future and the lingering threat of the one who
cursed Marrok, do the passionate lovers stand a chance?
first sentence to the last, The Woodsman is
picture perfect. It’s filled with voyeuristic pixies,
capricious immortals, and an engaging couple who sizzle and
spark together like a pair of jumper cables. This engaging
rendition of Little Red Riding Hood glitters with romance,
humor and sensuality. Myth, magic, and mayhem are combined
into a sexy story with its own special brand of enchanting