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From Justine at The Reader's Nook on Tumbler

This thrilling book takes place in South Mississippi in the 1800s after the war. It follows a young man, believed to be killed in the war ten years earlier. When he comes back, he has bought a home and land that once belonged to the Seaton family. He soon meets the youngest Seaton, Juliet.

This book is a mystery and romance all in one. There are killings of both women and cattle. And till the end you are trying to figure out who is doing it all. Just when you think you know who it is, there is a twist!

I just couldn't put this book down and read it in just two days. I love how it takes place in my home state and is written by a local author. I give this book 5 out of 5 stars; it was amazing and I can't wait to pick up more books by Charlsie Russell.

I recommend this book to anyone who likes historical fiction, though you might want to be 18 years and older, since this book does have a few light sex scenes, but nothing like Fifty Shades....


Four Cups from Bonnie at Coffee Time Romance!

Juliet Seaton belonged to one of the many once wealthy families of the South who now found themselves destitute. Engaged to a man she didnít even like, much less love, the beautiful Juliet decided that she would not be forced into an unhappy marriage. Her family had other plans. Jeffrey Wolfson Dawson, a Confederate veteran who was thought to be dead, has returned to his boyhood home of Natchez, Mississippi. Most of the townspeople are not happy to see him. His sister was raped and died in childbirth and it was said that his grandfather turned into a werewolf who avenged her death.

Soon after Dawsonís arrival, prostitutes begin turning up dead. Their deaths are staged to look like a wolf had killed them. A fierce creature has truly killed the men turning up dead, who all happen to be enemies of Dawson. Juliet and Jeffrey find themselves at the mercy of a madman, bent on the destruction of them both.

Wolf Dawson is a thrilling and electrifying novel set in Mississippi after the end of the Civil War. It has you on the edge of your seat with suspense while still making you feel the sweetness of the characters falling in love. The characters are written in such a way that you can feel their feelings and they become real. You can feel the fear, rage, love and sadness that they all go through. Wolf Dawson was a very hard book to put down and when I wasnít reading it, I found myself wondering what would happen next. Charlsie Russellís newest novel has everything you find in a great book romance, murder, action and suspense.


In addition to reviewing for Coffee Time Romance, Bonnie also reviews for Karen's Find out about New Books.


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