Gabriel Wulf arrives at Collingsworth
Manor just in time to save Lady Amelia Collingsworth from her
husband. The mystery deepens when the only member of the
household staff left, a young maid named Mora, tells a story
of wolves who can turn into men in the forest around them.
Through the night Gabriel, Amelia and
Mora fight to stay alive while they are stalked by the wild
creatures until they are forced to escape; their destination
is Wulfglen, Gabriel’s familial estate. Gabriel is unsure if
they’ll make it there and if he can stop his growing
attraction to Amelia.
Along the way Gabriel and Amelia give in
to their attraction, but even if they make it to Wulfglen
alive, Gabriel knows he can never be with Amelia now that the
curse that effects all the Wulf men has struck him too. How
could she accept him when he now resembles the very creatures
they are running from?
The Cursed One had me on
the edge of my seat from the first line to the last. As the
danger escalates, so does the attraction between Amelia and
Gabriel. The Cursed One is a dark, gripping
story with engaging characters, a sensual romance, and a
The fight may be over for now, but danger
still lurks. Perhaps we’ll get to see the Wulf men or their
sons or daughters again if the threat returns.