Radolf, Duke of Wolferton, is guilt-ridden by his past sins and the memories of his time in the Napoleonic Wars. He was entrusted with the care of a young girl by a fallen comrade. Now ten years have past and it is time for his ward to make her appearance in society.
The Wolferton family had long been the guardians of the red wolf who passed on a mystical power as thanks. A stain glass window depicting a red wolf and a warrior now holds that power and its magic can only be seen by the family. When Radolf meets Jaclyn, he is disconcerted to find the glass react to her and even stranger, Jaclyn has noticed it too.
Radolf does not believe he is worthy of Love and likes to further his black reputation. He tries to brush aside the feelings Jaclyn arouses but when danger dogs her step he must confront his demons.
I found this story to be an okay read. While part of a series it can be read as a standalone. While there were some elements I enjoyed. I found it hard to connect to the main characters which made it difficult to finish the book,
I received an arc of this book in exchange for an honest review. My thoughts and opinions are my own.