In his eyes, Kendall saw something that she had never seen before–vulnerability. Immerse yourself in another de Wolfe pack tale! Read for Free in Kindle Unlimited! https://amzn.to/39WPbXl Sir Caius De Wolfe is no stranger in the game of seduction–he’s a hunter after all–but now he is done with games, he just has to prove that […]
He’s a virgin who almost died at Waterloo . . . and now finds himself a duke. She’s been told that kissing is important and if she likes a man and has the opportunity . . . she should take it. Book 3 “Thea” releases 09/24/2019! Read for Free with Kindle Unlimited! Lady Thea de […]
Read for FREE with Kindle Unlimited!! A young widow in need of a husband…A determined rogue…and One Wanton Wager…Can the proposal of Alex Le Bec lead to ever lasting love? A young widow in need of a husband… Lady Daphne Summerville has grown weary of accepting the charity of her late husband’s family. No longer […]
Come meet our Wolfebane Publishing Authors Today 03/25 thru Wednesday 03/27 during our live interactive Facebook takeover!!
Come meet the very talented Authors of Wolfebane Publishing. Wolfebane Publishing will be re-Launching with 15 new books/novellas on March 28th 2019. Join the authors today 03/25 thru 03/27 during a facebook takeover. There will be live interaction and plenty of giveaways! ➡️➡️ CLICK HERE TO JOIN THE FUN!!
Join us for the Wolfebane Publishing Relanch!! March 28th 2019 “Fifteen New de Wolfe Pack Tales, Fifteen New de Wolfe Heros to Love” Are you ready to immerse yourself on Medieval Romance? If so, then you don’t want to miss the relaunch of Kathryn Le Veque’s WolfeBane Publishing relaunch. This connected world features an array […]
The history of Valentine’s Day–and the story of its patron saint–is shrouded in mystery. We do know that February has long been celebrated as a month of romance, and that St. Valentine’s Day, as we know it today, contains vestiges of both Christian and ancient Roman tradition. But who was Saint Valentine, and how did […]
The word chivalry comes from the Latin word caballus, meaning “horse”. In Late Middle English, the word takes on the meaning of “a horseman or mounted knight,” which is why we associate the word chivalry with the knighthood. Courtly love was one of the codes of conduct of Medieval knights along with behaviors like bravery, […]