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10 thoughts on “Serpent (de Wolfe Pack, #2)

  1. says:

    MY Penelope Bhrodi A knight, he traveled, lone and weary,Upon a road so nigh.Upon this road, a wraith came leery,And moved the knight to by Behold, said he, I clearly see,Your heart is not content Be wise, it replied, and know, forsooth,That all is not as it seems.Your road is long, and your path is wrong,For you have entered the realm of the Serpent 17th Century Welsh ChroniclerThe Serpent is another Outstanding read from Kathryn Le Veque This isn t your typical love story w MY Penelope Bhrodi A knight, he traveled, lone and weary,Upon a road so nigh.Upon this road, a wraith came leery,And moved the knight to by Behold, said he, I clearly see,Your heart is not content Be wise, it replied, and know, forsooth,That all is not as it seems.Your road is long, and your path is wrong,For you have entered the realm of the Serpent 17th Century Welsh ChroniclerThe Serpent is another Outstanding read from Kathryn Le Veque This isn t your typical love story where the hero saves the day there are two heroes in this story and their names are Lady Penelope Adalira de Wolfe daughter of the Wolfe and Sir B...


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    Spellbinding, truly the best of Kathryn s novels 7 stars Kathryn Le Veque writes so well with words flowing, that I am filled, again, with raw emotions Her soon be released book SERPENT, made me smile and shed tears I am overwhelmed with beautiful emotions It s a little gem to discover Ms Le Veque really managed to touch me with the love story of her two main characters Bhrodi and Penelope I really enjoyed meeting again her o...


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    This is book two in the de Wolfe Pack series Also this book is only abut 320 pages, where the First book The Wolfe was about 900 pages This is a standalone book from my reading but I would say that the first book is so good I would read it just for the story Serpent Bhrodi ap Gaerwen de Shera has been informed by Edward I who is trying to tame the Welsh by having Bhrodi marry Lady Penelope Adalira de Wolfe Penelope is the daughter of William and Jordan from the first book Penelope was This is book two in the de Wolfe Pack series Also this book is onl...


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    The Serpent was a perfect part of this book I think it would have been less of a read had it not been in the book The fact that De Wolfe s family was a part of this, just added to the book You get excited to be able to read about them even though it is years later Then you meet his daughter and De Shera and think back to The Wolfe and realize that the only person for his daughter, this Warlords daughter, is someone who is a Warlord That only this type would be able to understand and love he The Serpent was a perfect part of this book I think it would have been less of a read had it not been in th...


  5. says:

    Brilliant absolutely Brilliant Kathryn never ceases too amaze me..Her characters are so very real that you dont want the story 2 end even after the story is over they stay with u a long long time. And the Serpent BRILLIANT the old Man BRILLIANT wow I know I am ramb...


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    Gah I really wanted to LOVE this book So much The first in this series was great This fell FAR short of that.Penelope was introduced and kept being reintroduced as a woman warrior I did not get this She did nothing heroic, other than one small portion where she used her sword to fight a beast She was mostly just an annoyance who complained about everything I did not admire her Everything she did that went against her father made me want to slap h...


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    Just last night I finished reading The Serpent, as I was privileged enough to receive an advanced copy It was wonderful I absolutely loved this story It is the tale of Penelope de Wolfe, daughter of Thomas de Wolfe, and her love, Sir Bhrodi ap Gaerwen de Shera, the Welsh leader and King of Anglesey Penelope and Bhrodi are betrothed in an arranged marriage meant to broker peace between the English and the Welsh, but the English King has ill intent, and so the intrigue and conflict abounds Pe Just last night I finished reading The Serpent, as I was privileged enough to receive an advanced copy It was wonderful I absolutely loved this story It is the tale of Penelope de Wolfe, daughter of Thomas de Wolfe, and her love, Sir Bhrodi ap Gaerwen de Shera, the Welsh leader and King of Anglesey Penelope and Bhrodi are betrothed in an arranged marriage meant to broker peace between the English and the Welsh, but the English King has ill intent, and so the intrigue and conflict abounds Penelope is a strong and beautiful female character, raised as a kni...


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    I loved this book Kathryn you have me hooked It s brilliant, spell binding I enjoyed reading about the family though the years, not many authors divulge on that, and it s fascinating seeing the decades pass and what happens to the family along the way The challenges, struggles, victories, and tragedies The story in itself was excellent I wont give away any of it, only enough to say that you have got to get this book and read it You will be spellbound I don t expect anything less from Kat I loved this book Kathryn you have me hooked It s brilliant, spell binding I enjoyed reading about the family though the years, not many authors divulge on that, and it s fascinating seeing the deca...


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    Loved it.


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    Foron this review, please seehttp www.scandaliciousbookreviews.cA few months ago I read a tiny epic tale known as The Wolfe by Kathryn Le Veque It was the first book I had ever read by this author and it came recommended by a follower of the blog and I LOVED IT It has since put KLV on my list of authors that I hope to eventually read my way through their entire catalogue of work Serpent is the third book by KLV that I have read and what I really enjoy about her books, is how Foron this review, please seehttp www.scandaliciousbookreviews.cA few months ago I read a tiny epic tale known as The Wolfe by Kathryn Le Veque It was the first book I had ever read by this author and it came recommended by a follower of the blog and I LOVED IT It has since put KLV on my list of authors that I hope to eventually read my way through their entire catalogue of work Serpent is the third book by KLV that I have read and what I really enjoy about her books, is how she masterfully weaves her present day prologue and or epilogue back to her historical storyline so well that she leaves me wantingof ...


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Serpent (de Wolfe Pack, #2) 1283 A.D Edward I Is In The Midst Of His Campaign To Tame The Welsh, But Rising From The Chaos Is A Welsh Knight Known As The Serpent Bhrodi Ap Gaerwen De Shera Is A Warrior Of Tremendous Range And Power Descended From The Kings Of Anglesey On His Mother S Side And The Earls Of Coventry On His Father S, Bhrodi Is In The Unique Position Of Having Welsh Royalty And English Nobility Edward Knows He Must Make An Alliance With De Shera With That In Mind, Edward Calls Upon The Mightiest Warrior Of The North, The Legendary William De Wolfe, To Pledge One Of His Daughters To De Shera William Is Honored By The King S Calling He Pledges His Youngest Daughter, Lady Penelope Adalira De Wolfe, To Be The Serpent S Bride But The Lady Penelope Is No Ordinary Woman Raised By Knights, She Has Been Trained By The Best And, In Spite Of Her Mother S Protests, She Fights Like A Knight Exquisitely Beautiful With Dark Hair And Hazel Eyes, She Is An Unearthly Beauty And A Fine Legacy For The Mighty De Wolfe But Penelope Has No Desire To Be A Bartered Bride And She Resists The King S Directive, But Her Reluctance Is Futile Join Bhrodi And Penelope As They Journey Through A World Where The Greed Of Men Breeds Great Hatred Yet Great Valor When Bhrodi Is Injured In A Skirmish, Penelope Steps In For Her Husband To Lead The Serpent S Men Against The Hated English And Realizes She Must Face Her Own Father On The Battlefield Will Penelope Survive The Wolfe Or Will The Serpent S Strike Become Her Very Own, Conquering Those She Loves