The Last Wolfe Lass


In “The Last Wolfe Lass”, Ginny O’Faolain might’ve been raised amongst warriors, but she was never given the chance to prove herself worthy, not like her brothers, due to her mother’s over-protectiveness. Despite that, Ginny is determined to learn how to fight, and how to protect herself and her people. 

Keegan Mac Carthaigh is one of the king’s most trusted and skilled warriors. Naturally, he’s less than enthusiast when he’s ordered to train Ginny – a frustrating brat who is way too stubborn for her own good, and who will probably never make a good warrior, no matter how hard Keegan tries to train her. But as the two of them train together, sparks fly and the attraction between them soon becomes unbearable. 

This book is part of a series, but it can be read easily as a stand-alone. There are probably some characters that also feature in the other books, and readers who did not pick up the series’ other books will probably miss some character information here and there, but it’s not a real hiccup when reading. What is, on the other hand, quite a hiccup, are the spelling errors throughout the book – even in the book blurb itself. This gets annoying after a while and distracts from the story. The story itself is not very original, but the attraction between the characters feels very real, and grows from the bond they establish over time – the romance is done rather well and makes the reader root for these characters to get together. 

Majanka Verstraete