Series: Red & Wolfe

Author: Ella James

Red & Wolfe, Part IV (2000)
4 of 5 Votes: 2
By comparison to Hansel this was a three star read for me. The storyline wasn't as dark... not dark at all, just a "minor" complication of murder.I also found the main female character weak. She just didn't get any better for me and to have the aspiration of being someone's "fuck doll" is just to...
Red & Wolfe, Part III (2000)
3.99 of 5 Votes: 4
This series has me hanging on every word. However, I keep thinking if these two would just have one simple normal conversation, lol, everything wouldn't be so complicated, rofl....I guess isn't that the case in more books than not though. Honestly, I want to be in Wolfe's head more. He has so man...
Red & Wolfe, Part II (2014)
4.01 of 5 Votes: 2
Still enjoying this series. Still not awesome. Just liking it enough to keep reading it. There hasn't been a whole lot more information as to what or who these people are and I am wondering if there is anything else to this story. I feel like there is and that there should be but I am just wonder...
Red & Wolfe, Part I (2000)
3.89 of 5 Votes: 1
OK, well! I guess I wasn't sure what exactly to expect, but this wasn't it. I really became attached to Red. Her character was interesting and raw and honest. I'm not sure Wolfe was as compelling a character as Red, but they needed each other for either to work. Great scenery, a fast paced story ...