The Grimm family has had a rough time of it since Zel’s abduction by the witch. But they’re not the only Grimms affected by the craziness going on in Grimwood.
Cursed Wolves introduces us to Lucy Grimm, one of the cursed wolves of the wood. For all she’s a wolf, Lucy isn’t cunning or terribly brave. She’s sort of broken and lost.
Connor changes that for her. He’s her touchstone. Her reason to try to find a balance between the woman and the wolf.
And if she has to go a little fangy to protect him, she’ll do exactly that.
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Release Date: August 16, 2015
Lucy Grimm knows what it’s like to be on the outside. Ever since her curse kicked in on her 18th birthday, she’s lived in the woods on her own, cut off from everyone but the other cursed and slave to the cycles of the moon. Her one joy in life is spying on hunky Connor Redfield while he works at his grandmother’s inn.
Connor knows someone’s out there watching him, but he can never get close enough to catch them in the act. When he decides to take matters into his own hands and lay down a trap for the peeping tom, he doesn’t expect to end up with a bundle of nervous woman who runs every chance she gets.
He certainly doesn’t believe she’s one of the legendary cursed wolves that roam the woods.
For all that she’s fighting against herself, Lucy can’t help but like the burly lumberjack with a heart of gold. With the moon coming up on full, Lucy doesn’t dare trust herself when her wolf takes control. But Connor remains unconvinced and the more time Lucy spends with him, the more she longs to stay.
Can a cursed wolf find love with a mortal man? Or will her beastly side destroy her heart’s desire?