"Perfect for readers who enjoy love stories with substance and a classical supernatural touch."
A werewolf who has found his mate is a very dangerous creature!
Having the werewolf contagion has advantages Lily, a terminally ill invalid, discovers when she is infected by a beast in the walled garden of her home. However, along with renewed health and strength come challenges. She must leave her home and loved ones to move to an ancient Keep in Yorkshire, spend three nights a month locked in a dungeon and, most challenging of all, deal with the unexpected attentions of an attractive man whose wolf is determined to claim hers as its mate.
Will, the tough Scottish enforcer of Breckenhill Keep has always found his werewolf side easy to bear. But when he meets the fragile Lily, his angry, closed-off way of life is turned upside down. His wolf wants hers, and though he knows he’s not good enough for the young, innocent woman, he must convince her to accept him. His only other alternative is to have his best friend put a bullet in his brain.
Because a thwarted werewolf who has found his mate is a very dangerous creature.
>>What Goodreaders are saying about Werewolf Keep:
'The story and plot was very realistic for a paranormal romance... I would recommend this to readers who love historical romances with a paranormal twist.'Ciara1973
'This author's writing ability is exceptional and is quite elegant while delivering a work of fiction with an incredible impact.' Christina
'It was cool it was 'classic' werewolf, in that one scratch and they're a werewolf, along with they only turn on the full moon and are not in control of their wolf. Very gothic with the era and the surroundings.' Grumpyoldbird
'I loved the solitary feel of the moor and the utterly fantastic way that Glover brings the residents and the Keep, its self, alive. It is a very unique experience. Though readers meet the Keep and the residents by way of Phil’s initial presumptions, Glover makes sure that the way the residents view themselves and their predicament are equally explored. Because this information is so intricately layered throughout the book, the entire storyline is richer. I honestly enjoyed all of the characters and look forward to Glover’s spin-off story about Jasper. (But I have to say that my favorite character is Charlotte. :)' Blakely