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Genres: Fantasy , Fiction , Paranormal , Romance , Young Adult

Sent by the Mage Brekan, Keilah, outlawed Princess of Carrum Bahl travels back in time to seek out Radin Hawk, the reincarnation of an ancient warrior king. She is not prepared for the strong feelings she has for him or the feeling of familiarity.

Radin is always game for a good fight, but when the battle risks the woman who reminds him of his lost love he is not sure the price is worth it. But how can he leave her undefended to return to his own time?

They follow Brekan on his quest to defeat Anya the Sorceress Queen and right an ancient wrong. But wonder what he is hiding. Can they trust their feelings and each other or are they just pawns in a larger game?


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Rated 4.8 out of 5
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A breathtaking time travel romance…
Reviewed in the United States on April 15, 2021
Can a love through the ages right an ancient wrong? Mage Brekan sends Keilah back in time to find Radin Hawk. She’s an exiled princess and he’s a reincarnated ancient warrior king. The mission is clear, or is it? She can’t deny her feelings for him and his for her. Can they defeat Anya the Sorceress Queen and finish their quest? What about their lost love? Can they trust each other and Brekan or are they merely cogs in a dastardly game?
Time of the Wolf is a breathtaking time travel romance I couldn’t put down. I instantly connected with Keilah and her quest. Radin is a classic hero yet his vulnerability makes him irresistible to the reader. There’s a lot of action, magic, passion, intrigue in Time of the Wolf. These elements blend together with a gripping plot to make Time of the Wolf an exceptional read. From the characters to the action scenes to the magical realism to the love of the ages, it all had me whipping through the pages until the very end. Fans of Patricia Briggs will love this time travel fantasy romance. Highly recommend!
Disclaimer: I received a copy from the author in the hopes I’d review it.
My Rating: 5+ stars


Reviewed in the United States on August 10, 2021
Make time for Time of the Wolf. This intricately woven and beautifully detailed time travel fantasy opens with the retelling of a legend that begins in The God’s Year 801 A.T. (After the World Toppled ) in the Realm of Tarlis where the Prince of the Wolfhead Clan, Radin Hawk, is engaged in mortal kombat. Radin is told by his father King Urik that he must remarry to preserve his kingdom and that the marriage is pre-ordained by the great seer. Radin who has been mourning the loss of his wife and unborn child for a long time scoffs at that, but then the prophecy begins to unfold when a mysterious woman shows up who claims that she is from another time and must take Radin back with her.
This beautiful woman, Keilah, outlawed Princess of Carrum Bahl, brings Radin through a time portal and on the quest to defeat Anaya, immortal and sinister Sorceress Queen, and with the help of the mage, Brekan to right an ancient wrong.
The incredibly lush details of the world with its elves, wizardry, heroic warriors, and monsters, gritty accounts of mortal combat, the lust-crazed cruelty of the Sorceress Queen, and the blossoming romance and impassioned love scenes between the reluctant Radin and Keilah make Time of the Wolf a book for the times.

Catherine Greenfeder

I love the main characters Raden and Keilah. Their bantering was reminiscent of the enemies-to-lovers trope and I’m a sucker for that type of romance—especially in a fantasy!
And this fantasy sucks you in with its beautiful world building reminiscent of Viking/Nordic culture (which I’m also a sucker for). The way the author writes is in that fairy-tale-classic-hero’s-journey-in-a-medieval-kind of setting that really gets you into the world shes created.
And I must say, it is a sort of refreshing take to go back to the classic male hero, princess needing help kind of fantasy as that isn’t seen much anymore these days and it almost feels like it truly is a classic fantasy novel right next to Lord of the Rings. It really reminded how much I enjoyed the classic fantasy tropes and character archetypes!
Can’t wait to see what book two has in store once it’s released!

Reviewer 769109 on NetGally

‘A supernatural tale of time travel, past lives, and insurmountable passion, “Time of the Wolf” pulls readers through a vortex of high stakes adventure and enduring romance! The plot is a suspenseful tale steeped in lore, possession, betrayal, obsession, and vengeance. Characters are flawed, authentic, and believable beings who leap from the page as their stories unfold. Even small bit characters manage to provide imagination, sparking embers readers will relish. Vibrantly evil villains are monstrous, with hints of vulnerability that doesn’t quite offset their diabolical desires. Readers will get a rush from thrilling action-filled battles, and goosebumps from chillingly hungry fiends found within this quest to destroy evil, and put right the wrongs of yesteryear. Ms. D’Arcy’s first installment to this series is a howling inauguration to an enthralling saga of vendetta, sorcery, and legend in a wonderfully rich landscape of fairytales, fantasy, and fate.’

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