REVIEW: Chasing Love, Rutledge Werewolves 5 by Elizabeth Lapthorne from Ellora’s Cave


Title: Chasing Love, Rutledge Werewolves 5
Author: Elizabeth Lapthorne
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave
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Genre: Werewolf
Publication date: December 2004
ISBN: 1-4199-0088-9
Length: Novella
Format: e-book
Reviewer: WitchGiggles

Daughter of Artemais Rutledge, future Alpha of the Pack, Christiana is now a college graduate and ready to enter her father’s business. But before heading home, she’s going to have one night of totally uninhibited fun at the Graduation Ball. Then she can go home and begin the hunt for her True Mate and have a happy life.

Having been young and stupidly foolish, Edward Matthews had rejected Christiana’s offer of her heart when she was barely an adolescent. Now he couldn’t get her out of his mind or her scent out of his system. So, a bold pirate was going to crash her Graduation Ball and convince her that a few nights of hot, sweaty sex were enough for both of them. Only sometimes life throws a curve ball you don’t see coming.

I love it! Second generation proving just as hot, smart, savvy and sexy as the older one. Stubbornness, confusion, incredibly sweet, tender lovemaking complicated by the usual male dominant inability to understand, make this a truly fun romp from first page to last. Ms. Lapthorne simply continues to make this a series to wait for.


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