By Kathleen Woodiwiss, ( reissue), Medieval Romance The Wolf & the Dove challenges the very boundaries of love and war and. The Wolf and the Dove Summary & Study Guide. Kathleen Woodiwiss. This Study Guide consists of approximately 54 pages of chapter summaries, quotes. Read “Wolf and the Dove”, by Kathleen E. Woodiwiss online on Bookmate – From New York Times bestselling author Kathleen E. Woodiwiss comes one of her.

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Norman knight and victor, Wulfgar easily ousts cruel Ragnor and takes authority over Darkenwald and the beauty who possesses a provocative courage. Courage, he believes, that is rarely matched by even a man. Lady Aislinn knows that for Darkenwald to survive the ravages of war, woofiwiss she must intercede for her people against their Norman victor.

Their common cause begins to unite them. It is the presence of these two that brings light hhe the soul-shattering secret that has tainted Wulfgar for most of his life and yet gives Aislinn the tools to possibly conquer his heart.


The Wolf and the Dove

To add to the problems besetting the two, cruel Ragnor challenges Wulfgar for the Lady Aislinn and the lands of Darkenwald. Once Wulfgar bests Ragnor, the couple return xnd Darkenwald and begin the struggle to form a life.

But jealousy is a cruel master and there are those who envy the two for their love and spirit. Together, they conquer the evil in order to find happiness for themselves as well as for their people.

Lynn Errick reviews The Wolf and the Dove by Kathleen Woodiwiss — All About Romance

Wulfgar is a superb blend of all that exasperates women, yet fascinates us as well. Strong, sure, ruggedly handsome despite the scar tracking down his cheek, he is lustingly arrogant, although never cruel and always is woodiaiss just.

Aislinn of Darkenwald fears only one thing. Until that is, she meets Wulfgar and finds her heart in jeopardy. As quick as one steps from light into death, Aislinn becomes one of the spoils of war and finds it fits her not.

And Wulfgar, base-born as he is, is attracted to the beauty and spirit of the noble lady. Not because of her beauty, but because of the spirit she possesses.


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The relationship between the two is all that we love to explore while reading romances. By day, intrigue and problems hinder their tumultous courtship.

And by night, passion and intimacy lend light to their paths. There is no doubt in wpodiwiss mind that when Kathleen Woodiwiss wrote this story, she paved the way for other historical romance authors to explore this genre. I think this is due to her ingenious way of painting her characters vibrantly alive. Perhaps of equal importance is that the poetic twist to her writing soothes the modern world away and holds the reader a willing captive of the past.

I was only sixteen when I first read this story, too young for ddove to know I wanted to write. But later on, when I did begin to write, this book sprang into thought. We all have our hopes and dreams. Mine is to someday equal Ms.