Red and the Wolf

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Red and the Wolf

Red and the Wolf Sorcha knows every inch of the forest but a spontaneous visit to her grandmother thrusts her into the middle of a brutal conflict between shifters and an unknown force in the woodlands As the alpha o

  • Title: Red and the Wolf
  • Author: Vivienne Savage
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 498
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Sorcha knows every inch of the forest, but a spontaneous visit to her grandmother thrusts her into the middle of a brutal conflict between shifters and an unknown force in the woodlands.As the alpha of clan TalWolthe, Conall is obligated to protect his fellow wolves at all costs even if it means his life After the pack lands in the crosshairs of a huntsman with a grudge,Sorcha knows every inch of the forest, but a spontaneous visit to her grandmother thrusts her into the middle of a brutal conflict between shifters and an unknown force in the woodlands.As the alpha of clan TalWolthe, Conall is obligated to protect his fellow wolves at all costs even if it means his life After the pack lands in the crosshairs of a huntsman with a grudge, Conall encounters a red cloaked beauty who may hold the key to defeating an ancient evil menacing their land.

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    1. LiliMarcus on said:

      A hunter who knows every inch of the forest, Sorcha didn't hesitate to accept the job Queen Ana asked of her, especially that it has something to do with her grandmother, a lorekeeper living in the forest. But a simple job became more complicated and dangerous as shifters-turned-evil and possibly a resurrected black fae holding ancient evil threatens the woodlands.Working with Conall, an alpha wolf, she met in the forest must be the next best step since more and more shifters and even humans are [...]

    2. Stacie on said:

      4+ "We are better together." Stars! !Loved it! A fantastic twist on the classic Little Red Riding Hood fairytale. I loved both Connel and Sorcha. I definitely plan to continue this series. Happy reading!

    3. Hollie on said:

      This made for a fun twist on the classic fairytale. The plot was full of excitement and flowed very well. I enjoyed all of the characters in this read, even the secondary ones. Well written. Also another bonus is that it was offered as a kindleunlimited. I look forward to checking out more of this writers work.

    4. BigComfyChairBookReviews on said:

      Unique and intriguing retelling of one of my favorite fairy tales. My biggest complaint is that Red was just a human in a world full of magical beings. If she has to be human at least make her a better hunter. Her whole identity is a fighter, but she is no match for basically any creature she meets in this book and is constantly being saved by Conan. I don't mind a damsel in distress but it can't be both a bad ass fighter chick and a weak human who can't hold her own. But I did really enjoy this [...]

    5. Nikki Landis on said:

      Love, love, LOVE this book!Ms. Savage has done it again. I loved Beauty and the Beast but Red and the Wolf was even better. The action sequences, the thrill of the chase and hunt, the slow building and beautiful romance, the fight for good vs. evil, and a fresh take on an old fairy tale. Well done! I could go on and on but you honestly have to read this book. I'm so glad that I pre-ordered it. I literally devoured it today and could hardly put it down. Her writing is so flawless, detailed, and f [...]

    6. Tiffany on said:

      I am in love with these stories. The different take on a classic fairy tale, the dialog and the pacing are fantastic. I love how the author writes her heroines and heroes.

    7. Zoey on said:

      I love how the author incorporated the main characters from the previous story, Beauty and the Beast, easing the stories together. Connell was charmingly inexperienced, in defiance of the typical romance trope of the worldly, many-bedded male and the nubile female. Lovely story!

    8. RondaTutt on said:

      Freakn' Awesome!Love love love the fairy tale twist. Red and her wolf rock. Story is fast pace and I totally ate it up. I wanted more in the end and cant wait to start the next book in the series. I highly recommend this whole series. Romance is sweet but leaves you with a great imagination of how things really got juicy.

    9. Leigh on said:

      Red and the Wolf is the second in Savage's Once Upon a Spell series. I started reading immediately after I finished Beauty and the Beast, and literally could not put this down. I didn't even notice hours slipping by as I focused so completely on the book, wondering what happens next. The simple synopsis included above does not begin to describe the awesomeness that you will find in these pages. Sorcha is a triumphant, courageous, determined woman with so many skills that it is mind-blowing how s [...]

    10. Tina on said:

      A wonderful,romantic twist on Little Red Ridinghood.Both storis in Vivienne Savages' books have been these amazing twist on our favorite tales from childhood. In Red and the Wolf, she has brought us two brave heros, willing to sacrifice all to help their people. She has created a hero, Conall, who is handsome and strong. He is also patient and kind and loving. Sorcha our heroine, is a beautiful strong woman. She can track and fight, and secretly longs for a place to call home. Together they will [...]

    11. Alicia on said:

      I loved, loved, LOVED this fairytale retelling. I managed to devour this in one sitting, once I started I simply could not put it down. The characters were wonderful, not only the main characters but the secondary characters as well.I love how Vivienne manages to create strong female leads and male leads that aren't afraid to admit that they are scared too.There were more than a few unexpected twists that kept me on the edge of my seat. Vivienne Savage has such a unique way with words, she manag [...]

    12. Kevin on said:

      I'm back on track with book two of this series (I've previously read books one and three). It takes some elements of "Little Red Riding Hood" and sets a romance in the universe of the series (shifters, sorcerers, fairies, humans).Here the wolf is the hero and a bitter human is the villain. "Red" is a plucky hunter who falls in love with the werewolf and teams up to defeat the evil fairy and save the world.Typos: Misuse of "in lieu of," "flit" (present tense verb), and "wracked" (archaic); lay/li [...]

    13. Joetta Spurling on said:

      Love a man in a kilt!Kindle Unlimited PurchaseSorcha (red) is on a mission for the Queen On her own for the first time Conall (the wolf alpha) is after the thing that killed two of his packmates When they meet up the story takes off and doesn't stop I rented this book on my Kindle Unlimited, also purshised the audio to the book it was amazing Will M. Watt did a great job pulling me into the story Talking like a Highlander ( Love a man in a kilt ) so if you can I would recommend purchasing the au [...]

    14. Lou Annette Holden on said:

      What big teeth you have !This retelling of Red Riding hood is an absolute joy! Though it's not the same story, there are just enough hints and innuendos from the original to make you smile. Filled with hardship, danger, trial and triumph, this tale will keep you glued to the pages. Don't start it if you have something else to do cause it won't get done. Yeah, this story is that good.

    15. Lea Vickery on said:

      I loved this book. I bought a signed copy from the author and I must say I fell in love.I loved book one but this one was more action packed and full of mysteries. I must say I figured out the bad guy a little earlier than I would have liked. BUT it didn't take away from the story at all. In fact it made me understand the characters even more.I will continue to read this amazing series because Vivienne Savage knows how to write fairy tales and make them interesting for Adults.

    16. Kelly on said:

      I enjoyed the sequel of the collection more that Beauty and the Beast. Not that the previous one was bad, but this one was more detailed with great descriptions and narrations of places, landscapes and characters. Also, I liked the twists of the plot and it didn't remind me much of the original story which for me was good. I would have appreciated more romantic/sex scenes more or some private time and heart thrombing scenes between the main characters but overall a sold four star review.

    17. Marianne on said:

      I loved this retelling of red riding hood. Sorcha was an amazing character and it was fun to read this retelling since Sorcha is a hunter and not just a person who has to be saved, but that she show that you don't always have to relay on others to save you. I liked Conall and the chemistry he has with Sorcha. It was fun to read about Anastasia and Alistar again, and hear what happend after the first book endende and how there relationship and unfolded.

    18. Bettye McKee on said:

      A high-tension fairytale adventureSorcha is sent as the Queen's messenger to get some special herbs from her grandmother. But all the land is full of evil, dark magic and savage beasts. When she arrives, her grandmother is missing and Sorcha sets out to look for her.Conall is a werewolf who joins her in the search, saves her life and protects her from ever-present danger. Together they try to find a way to vanquish the evil forces.13

    19. Brittany Davidson on said:

      a very wonderful remake of a lovable childhood bedtime story. Glad to find this Little Red has a lot more spunk to her than what I was expecting. :) Big Bad Wolf is very wonderful too. over all, and enjoyable stroll on the dark side with magic and everything to go with it. just wouldn't want to read it in the dark

    20. Gena on said:

      I'm on an twisted fairytale kick lately and this fit the bill nicely :) Nice light adventure novel with good chemistry between Red and Wolfie :) No surprises, you know fairly quickly who the bad guy is. The ending was an hea but felt a little flat. Probably would have been better without the Epilogue.

    21. Wendie on said:

      Descriptive reboot of an original. If you like retooled fairytales, then this is a good one. Great adventure and love story. Realistic characters and excellent description. The only drawback is that I think you have to read the first book- Beauty and the Beast to understand the setting and the kingdom. Otherwise very good tale- nicely done.

    22. Kristi Cramer on said:

      Another fine fairy tale retelling from Vivienne Savage. Like her take on Beauty and the Beast, Red and the Wolf is a character study as much as it is an action-packed tale of one kingdom's fight against encroaching evil. In this story, we get to see the cost of sorcery played out upon more common folk. Where Anastasia and Alistair of B&B are royalty, Sorcha (Red) and Conall (the Wolf) are more your every day people - though extraordinary in their abilities and their sense of duty to their ki [...]

    23. Airwreckah on said:

      The writing isnt bad, but the plotting is slow and the recurring characters dull. It seems you have to read the first book to be invested in the workd because the plotting is cumulative and feels like the writing depends on earlier exposition in the first book

    24. Tiffany on said:

      Red is a good colorI chose a 5 star because I do love this book. I think the plot is interesting and wasn't expecting so much to be revealed in one book. The spunk of Red and the heat from Conall is the perfect match.

    25. Masumi on said:

      Classy as well as classicSavage delivers yet another “adult fairytale” with elegance and class alongside a seductive and alluring romance. Again, she’s provided us with characters to fall in love with, admire, pity, and hate.

    26. Kayla on said:

      Hello Wolf!This is absolutely my favorite rendition of this story. I mean, when do you ever root for "The Big Bad Wolf"?

    27. Jennifer on said:

      Very nice twist on little red riding hoodI loved this story looking forward to continuing the series with the next book as they are each separate they go together as well

    28. Tonya Hodgson on said:

      I listened to this book in an audio format read by Will M Watt. I highly recommend it! Mr Watt gives a good story added dimensions.

    29. Katie on said:

      I'm loving this series! This was such a fun and hot read. The story itself is pretty predictable but that didn't stop me from enjoying it.

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