✓ The Red Wolf's Prize || ë PDF Read by ↠ Regan Walker

By Regan Walker | Comments: ( 914 ) | Date: ( Feb 28, 2020 )

Medieval romance at its best Virginia Henley, NY Times bestselling author 1 on s Top 100 Medieval Romances and WINNER of the 2015 RONE Award for Best Historical Novel in the medieval category HE WOULD NOT BE DENIED HIS PRIZESir Renaud de Pierrepont, the Norman knight known as the Red Wolf for the beast he slayed with his bare hands, hoped to gain lands with hi Medieval romance at its best Virginia Henley, NY Times bestselling author 1 on s Top 100 Medieval Romances and WINNER of the 2015 RONE Award for Best Historical Novel in the medieval category HE WOULD NOT BE DENIED HIS PRIZESir Renaud de Pierrepont, the Norman knight known as the Red Wolf for the beast he slayed with his bare hands, hoped to gain lands with his sword A year after the Conquest, King William rewards his favored knight with Talisand, the lands of an English thegn slain at Hastings, and orders him to wed the heiress that goes with them, Lady SerenaE WOULD LOVE HIM AGAINST HER WILLSerena wants nothing to do with the fierce warrior to whom she has been unwillingly given, the knight who may have killed her father When she learns the Red Wolf is coming to claim her, she dyes her flaxen hair brown and flees, disguised as a servant, determined to one day regain her lands But her escape goes awry and she is brought back to live among her people, though not unnoticed by the new Norman lord.Deprived of his promised bride, the Red Wolf turns his attention to the comely servant girl hoping to woo her to his bed But the wench resists, claiming she hates all Normans.As the passion between them rises, Serena wonders, can she deny the Norman her body Or her heart

  • Title: The Red Wolf's Prize
  • Author: Regan Walker
  • ISBN: 9780615978147
  • Page: 482
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Regan Walker

Award winning, 1 bestselling author of Regency, Georgian and Medieval romances Also an avid reader reviewer of historical romances set in the 19th century or earlier My website reganwalkerauthor My blog is Historical Romance Review reganromancereview My stories will sweep you away, I promise They are historically authentic with real historical figures as well as my fictional characters I do hundreds of hours of research for each book Praise for my novels Ms Walker has the rare ability to make you forget you are reading a book the characters become real, the modern world fades away and all that is left is the intrigue, drama and romance Straight from the LibraryRACING WITH THE WIND a superb historical romance, filled with passion, political intrigue, and a worthy hero and heroine NY Times Bestselling author Cynthia WrightAGAINST THE WIND A fabulous tale with exciting twists and turns reflecting a little known event in England s history and, at its heart, a wonderful love story NY Times Bestselling author Shirlee BusbeeWIND RAVEN A salty, sweeping, evocative tale of romance on the high seas and a good old fashioned love story that will keep you up far, far past your bedtime So, reach for the coffee Brava for Regan Walker NY Times Bestselling author Danelle HarmonTHE MEDIEVAL WARRIORS series This series captures the Medieval era perfectly, creating the true sensation of traveling back in time to experience epic, riveting love stories that ignite the imagination Beautifully written, perfectly paced and action packed with passionate love affairs What can you ask The Book Review

Comments The Red Wolf's Prize

  • Mei

    Maybe I've read this one immediately after The Beast of Clan Kincaid, but I find that these books have a very similar flavor! :)I'm happy to say that I re-discovered my love for medieval romance! It has been some time since I read one and now, in a few days I've read two! LOLAnyhow, I love the writing style here. It's very calm and sedate and I can feel the sensation of medieval way of telling a story. The descriptions of places, dresses, weapons and food seems accurate to me (I'm not an expert! [...]

  • WhiskeyintheJar/Kyraryker

    3.5 starsI received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an unbiased and honest reviewIt's 1066 and the Normans have invaded, Serena's father is dead and her brother is unaccounted for in the north. As William and his men sweep across the land, The Conqueror gifts his loyal knights with property and English ladies for wives. The combination of these two gifts allows the Normans to entrench and guard what they have bled for and hopefully ingrain themselves more smoothly into Englis [...]

  • Ðawn

    ++Spoilers+++Rant comming!1 star "I did not like it"I HATE arrogant heros. I especially HATE heros who claim to be honorable, boasting about how he forbids his men to force women or rape, yet he basically does it himself! Ok not rape (at least not yet) but molests, forces, demands.He forces the h multiple times to kiss her even when she pushes him away and clearly says no.Of course her "traitorous body" compells her to put aside her hatred of him and return his kisses. This is not once or twice [...]

  • Anne

    A wonderful medieval romance, full of action romance and memorable characters. A feisty heroine and a great male hero. Story is very well written too. Highly recommended.

  • Julie

    The Red Wolf's Prize by Regan Walker is a 2014 publication. I was provided a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.Has anyone else been wondering what happened to Medieval romance? Are we destined to read of Earls and Dukes forever? Will there never again be a historical romance with depth, true authenticity, emotion, and the guts to portray life in the times that were fraught with war and danger? I for one was past ready to read a historical romance with some meat on its bones. If [...]

  • Jenny

    After the death of her father Serena can not believe that the king has given her to one of his knights. Renaud is eager to marry her out of duty to his king but also because he deeply desires her. Serena falls in love with her charming husband but she is torn between her love for her people and her love for her husband. Great medieval romance! Hero was kind, gentle and swoon worthy! his love for Serena was deep and genuine and their chemistry was sizzling!! :)

  • Andrea (Catsos Person) is a Compulsive eBook Hoarder

    Historical Romance (The Book Club) July 16-31, 2015 Selection: MedievalWow! Regan Walker, who has been reading/reviewing HR for years is also a stellar writer in the genre. She knows just what the discerning HR-reader wants.The depth of her research is a gold-standard thatwriters of HR should strive for, but sadly many of them don't bother.The quality of Walker's period detail and how she uses the information that she has uncovered in her study of this period is just what I like. What I like fro [...]

  • Barbee

    WOW! WOW! WOW! The Red Wolf's Prize is an absolutely spectacular medieval read! Totally got swept off my feet! Loved it!Beware this book is definitely one for the keeper shelf as it was captivating, fascinating and yet charming and enchanting at the same time!I love when medieval romance fiction authors incorporate some real history in their unique, original, imaginative books. Which is a big part of why I love reading historical romance genre so much ! This book was fast paced with many twists [...]

  • Erika

    Not planning to read.Dawn wrote a great review with info. /review/show

  • Karla

    I read the sample. If anyone shares a peeve with dialects/medieval-speak, it contained the following: mayhap, isna, didna, ye, nay, yer, 'tis, 'twas, 'til, 'twill, aye, yea, afore, verra.That kind of dialogue format tends to irritate me big time (Bertrice Small's highland stuff, Johanna Lindsey's medievals), so unless there are trashtastic lolz to offset it then it's not likely to keep me entertained enough to press on. Tant pis.

  • Kat Desi

    Historical Romance (The Book Club) July 2015 Group Read (Medieval)*Review to come

  • Janice Hougland

    A-M-A-Z-I-N-G medieval story! Loved every page of ituldn't put it down once started. Ms. Walker's writing just keeps getting better and better. In this story she has a formidable conquering Norman knight (Renaud aka The Red Wolf) taking ownership of the lands and manors of an English lady (Serena)d the English lady to wife a reward from King William. And then the sparks begin to fly! The hijinks of Lady Serena as she fights her attraction for Renaudd Renaud's frustration as he falls in love with [...]

  • Aisling Zena

    Free on amazon amazon/dp/product/B0

  • My Book Addiction and More MBA

    THE RED WOLF'S PRIZE by Regan Walker is an awesome Medieval Historical Romance. #1 in the "Medieval warriors" series, and what a beginning. WOW!Holy Norman conquest! This is a Medieval fan's dream tale! A Norman Knight and an English Lady! I could not put this wickedly delicious tale of courage, deception, romance and seduction down for one moment. Fast paced and paced with action,determination,danger, and love. Well written with an intriguing storyline and engaging characters. The sparks partic [...]

  • Donna

    I enjoyed this book very much. I have recently read the author's novellas but this is the first book of hers that I have read. It is well written and kept me interested. To the best of my memory, from long ago history classes, the historical events were accurate. The characters were ones you grew to care about and I look forward to a few of them having their own stories. If you like medieval romance I highly recommend this book.

  • Cocktails and Books

    Lady Serena of Talisand has already lost so much. She lost her father to war. She lost her brother when he left to join the rebellion. She lost the only place she’s ever called home, Talisand, when King William gave the land and her hand in marriage to one of his knights Renaud de Pierrepont “The Red Wolf”. The only recourse that will allow her to have some independence is to escape before “The Red Wolf” arrives. However, Serena doesn’t realize that escaping from her destiny is going [...]

  • Sarah

    ggggggaaaaaaawwwwwdddddd. It almost pains me to drop this one, but my frustration levels have hit the ceiling. The book had so much going for it. The author impressed me with her research, going into more details for the period than most historical romances would, especially medieval ones. For example, she doesn't just automatically have everyone speaking the same language as I could so easily see happening. She acknowledges that the invading Normans spoke French while the conquered spoke an old [...]

  • Melinda

    Walker crafts a narrative of deceit, passion with loads of adventure in this wonderful historical romance. Sir Renaud de Peirrepont, a Norman knight, is gifted the realm of Talisand and its English lady Serena as his bride.Renaud also known as ‘Red Wolf’ is captivating. He is a force to fear when in battle, but in time of peace his demeanor is respectful and reasonable. His magnetism is noticed by the ladies. Serena, an English lady bitter towards Normans is less than thrilled to take Renaud [...]

  • Erin

    Find this and other reviews at: flashlightcommentary.Delving into eleventh century fiction always feels like coming home. It's pretty much where I started my love affair with period based literature and I don't think I've ever really gotten over it. Heavy romance isn't my usual stomping ground, but the premise of Regan Walker's The Red Wolf's Prize, with its reference to the Norman Conquest, piqued my interest so I figured it worth a shot. Generally speaking think this a fine piece. It's a great [...]

  • Debbie McCreary

    The year was 1068 and King William decreed Lady Serena of Talisan to wed the new Norman Lord of Talisand, Renaud (Red Wolf). Because of service to King William, Renaud has been given Talisand and the woman of the keep, Serena, to marry. Serena has no wish to marry him, dyes her hair and playing the part of a servant to avoid marriage. Serena fights his attraction to Renaud, but how long can she hold out? Serena is a strong woman, loves her people and thinks only of their welfare. Renaud is the c [...]

  • Lorraine

    This is a new series for me as I thought I would like to read about the Medieval Era in England & I am glad I did. Regan Walker’s The Red Wolf’s Prize (Medieval Warriors #1) is a good change for me. The book concentrated on William The Conqueror’s 1066 Invasion & eventual takeover of Saxon England, but that is the background of this novel. The main story concerns one of William’s favorite knights who has fought with him for quite awhile, the Red Wolf. William gives the knight, Re [...]

  • Kristiej

    I read a Medieval not long ago that I was disappointed with. I didn’t feel it was gritty enough nor did I believe the hero/heroine could fall so deeply for each other in such a short amount of time, especially considering she had been abused and was sure to have trauma that just wasn’t addressed.I’m happy to say that The Red Wolf’s Prize is much more along the lines of what I look for. The book takes place not long after the Battle of Hastings which led to the triumph of William the Conq [...]

  • Tina Williams

    A Rollicking Medieval Romance! A fantastic read, full of passion, deceit and adventure! Regan Walker has once again excelled herself with yet another memorable historical romance, this time set in the medieval period. Following his invasion of England William stamps his authority on his new vassals by confiscating lands from English thegns, gifting them to his loyal knights and constructing castles to intimidate and control.Sir Renaud de Peirrepont is gifted the demesne of Talisand and its lady [...]

  • Amy Alvis

    This is book 1 in the Medieval Warriors series.Having lost her father during the fighting with King William, Lady Serena of Talisandvcan't believe that the king has given her to one of his knights. Knowing that her "husband" will soon arrive, she dyes her hair, dresses as a servant and leaves with several of her people to join up with her brother.Sir Renaud de Pierrepont can't believe that his intended bride has run off instead of stay and wed him. While searching for his intended, his men find [...]

  • Pamela

    This book takes place when William the Conqueror was battling England into submission. One of his greatest knights is The Red Wolf. My favorite character is Serena, who is supposed to be his prize. She has no intention though of her , or any of the unmarried ladies ,of the keep being there when he arrives. She dies her hair in nut oil, puts on servant garb, and runs. She can run a castle, but she prefers her bow. They are captured, and still she fights maintaining her place as a servant. She car [...]

  • Edwina " I LoveBooks" "Deb"

    ACTION PACKED MEDIEVAL ROMANCE!!What an Amazing Freebie. I still can't believe I got The Red Wolf's Prize for Free!! Sir Renaud de Pierrspont is the newly minted Earl of Talisand. King William has also, given him Serena of Talisand as his wife. Serena hates the Normans and refuses to be wed to Renaud. They have killed her father at the battle of Hastings and ravaged her country England She runs from her home and her people disguised as a servant, only to be caught and brought back to Talisand. S [...]

  • Mom23greatboys

    The author weaves the story with just enough history to be interesting without feeling like I'm reading a history book. I cared about the characters and felt their conflicts were believable- for the most part. I liked that there wasn't a bunch of silly misconceptions between the heroine, Serena and the hero, the Wolf. The characters grow and change as they get to know each other, fall in love and come to terms with a changing society and political world. So I loved the book until about 75% in an [...]

  • Marsha Lambert

    Regan Walker brings us a love story set during the Norman Conquest of England. Serena of Talisand, located in northern England, has been commanded to marry one of King William the Conqueror's men, Renaud de Pierrepont known as the Red Wolf. With strong secondary characters to support the main characters of Serena and Renaud and a tale that puts one back in the Conquest era, The Red Wolf's Prize is a wonderful read. One feels Serena's conflicting emotions as she tries to come to terms with the up [...]

  • WildAboutBones

    4.5 stars! I don't read many Medieval historical romances, but this was a very good one. It wasn't so bogged down in historical details and accuracy that the time period overshadowed the characters. Instead it stayed in the background, and the details added flavor as they should.I was quickly pulled into the story and rushed back to read it with every break I had. The characters are vibrant, and I have a new book boyfriend in the gruff but loving Red Wolf.I so appreciate the character glossary a [...]

  • Karen

    I enjoyed this as the heroine Serena, was cunning, intelligent, gifted and resourceful. She had the most fierce and feared warrior of the conquering forces, the Red Wolf, in a hot mess as he fought his moral code & duty in his desire. She continually surprised him as he underestimated her & wouldn't stay put.The characters are well developed, the scenery as well as village life pulses and the emotions anxiety, mistrust, anger and more ripple through the pages.I'd like to explore more by [...]

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