In 1878, American heiress Delilah "Lil" Trent sails to Cornwall to gain her inheritance from her mother's side, Haskell Hall. Lil realizes that Colorado polite society never accepted her or her father as nouveau riche--they were beneath the "blue bloods". She feels England will provide her with a new start.
Everyone welcomes Lil to Cornwall because they feel she can bring the funds needed to help the villagers. But her estate manager Ian Griffith treats her unkindly. Still Ian and Lil begin to fall in love, but the road to love is very hard for this pair.
THE WOLF OF HASKELL HALL is a paranormal romance about an independent American heiress who goes to Cornwall, England and
ends up falling in love with a werewolf.
I rather enjoyed this romance. Interesting characters in Lil and Ian, lovers who suffer from a gypsy's curse that affects
them both. Plus, Ian isn't the only werewolf in the neighborhood. There's an alpha werewolf out there, and Ian isn't
sure if it's the alpha or himself who is killing innocent women in his village.
The book is pretty simplistic, but it is an engaging, entertaining read, and both the hero and heroine are sympathetic
and interesting. If you like werewolf romances, you are sure to like THE WOLF OF HASKELL HALL.
Please note that Shelley Holmes in this book is also a main character in THE TRELAYNE INHERITANCE, a vampire romance by
the same author.