To Trust a Wolf – by Danielle Hardgrave (Book Review #74)


Helen is an archivist working in a museum and she is in charge of an annual event where she collects money from donors to keep the museum running. Her job is very important to her.  A historical discovery regarding a Viking hoard attracts a lot of people, and that causes an increase in her responsibilities. Unknown to her, there is something hidden in the artifacts which put her life, museum, and everyone else in danger.

Here comes Rune Helsen, a dashing man to her rescue with a secret of his own. His agenda is not pure or clear until the end. However, he does seem to grab the heart of our heroine, and as she falls for him, Rune manages to reveal this secret to Helen while explaining the reason why many are interested in the Viking hoard.


She tags along with him on this discovery, and they are now on a mission, which will continue as Book 2.

I was astonished to see how a short story could contain this much novel content. I was very impressed by how this Author did not waste any time in including backstory and managed to build enough character to continue with her next book.

The paragraphs, literary standard and dialogues were very well put together and easy to understand. There was no fluffing of pages, and I was pleased with the mannerism of the entire plot including the twist in the story.

The tale does contain sexual content and supernatural creatures such as Vikings, Vampires, and Werewolves. This paranormal romance did also remind me of the Twilight Saga.

I recommend this book to anyone that is interested in a short story filled with paranormal creatures.

Written by Jeyran Main

This review was kindly requested by the Author, Danielle Hardgrave.

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6 Comments on “To Trust a Wolf – by Danielle Hardgrave (Book Review #74)

  1. Pingback: To Trust a Wolf – by Danielle Hardgrave – Review Tales – A Personal & Sincere Review On Books Read

  2. Wow sounds intriguing! I haven’t read a good “novelesque” book for a while now, and may just need track this one down. Thanks for your review!

    Ashley M.


  3. Hmm, this does look interesting. I’m normally not one for romance short stories, but my interest is piqued.


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