A new haircut. A new name. A new start as Crookshollow’s premier wedding planner.
I, Willow Summers, am finally free from my mother’s oppressive home. No one in Crookshollow knows who I am or where I came from, and I intend to keep it that way. As long as I plaster a smile on my face and pull off perfect weddings for my clients, no one ever has to know that I’m broken.
That is, until Irvine Baird gets his claws into me.
The smoking hot, ten thousand miles out of my league Scottish hottie wants me, the good girl v*rgin with the dark past.
No one’s ever wanted me before.
There’s only one problem: he’s a werewolf.
The last time I met a werewolf, I lost my leg.
I should be running a mile from Irvine. Instead, I keep falling into his arms. He makes me uncomfortable. He sets my body on fire. He makes me want to spill my deepest, darkest secrets.
Irvine terrifies me. But whenever we touch, sparks fly. There’s an ache inside me that only he can satisfy.
I know I can’t have a happily ever after. But that doesn’t mean we can’t have some fun together. The old me would never have tried a casual fling, but the new Willow can totally handle it. Right?
Wedding bells are ringing for some of your favourite characters in Crookshollow, but Irvine Baird has his sights on the one lass he can never have. Find out who gets their happily ever after in the thrilling finale of USA Today bestselling author Steffanie Holmes’ popular Wolves of Crookshollow series.
If you like hot Scottish werewolves (in kilts), smokin’ chemistry, and a broken heroine discovering her own power, then this book will have you howling for more.
I’m so excited that Wedding the Wolf – the fourth and final book in the Wolves of Crookshollow series – out in the world. If you read my romance books, I think you’ll be so excited to read about the happy endings for your favourite characters, as well as see how Willow and Irvine’s story plays out.
I’ve had SO MUCH FUN creating the world of Crookshollow. But after ten books, it’s time to move on to something new. I’ve got an exciting new series (Slavic vampires, woo!) planned for next year, as well as the long-awaited conclusion to the Witches of the Woods series.
But never say never – I have a feeling this isn’t the last you’ll hear from the Crookshollow crew.
I hope you enjoy Wedding the Wolf. And as a special bonus treat, I’ve written up a bonus short story you can read here. But you’ll have to read Wedding the Wolf first!