Scorpion: Saxon Lords of Hage - De Wolfe Pack : De Wolfe Pack

  • by Kathryn Le Veque
  • Narrated by Brad Wills
  • Series: De Wolfe Pack
  • 11 hrs and 5 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

AD 1289 - Sir Kevin Hage, stinging over the loss of the object of his affections to the Welsh warrior known as the Serpent, drowns himself in warfare in order to forget his heartache. He travels to The Levant to fight the Muslim infidels, transforming himself in the process. He becomes hardened, brutal, and heroic and returns to England a changed man, an English assassin known as the Scorpion.
Now, on the home front, he must fight a battle greater than himself - the fear of loving a woman under extraordinarily difficult circumstances. With all odds against them, follow Kevin and his lady on their journey of discovery, adventure, and an awakening love that is stronger than all the stars in the heavens in this unforgettable medieval romance.
Love...thy name is Scorpion.

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The sting of the Scorpion

If you could sum up Scorpion: Saxon Lords of Hage - De Wolfe Pack in three words, what would they be?

Intrigue and politics


What was one of the most memorable moments of Scorpion: Saxon Lords of Hage - De Wolfe Pack?

In the Serpent I loved Kevin Hage and felt so sorry for him when he lost his unrequited love, Penelope de Wolfe to the Serpent. I was so excited to read his story and I was not disappointed. Kathryn Le Veque delivered a roller coaster ride with its amazing story. The story picks up 6 years after the Serpent in the foreign land where Kevin Hage has earned quit the reputation as lethal and deadly assassin which earned the nickname “Scorpion”. Kevin decides to return home to England with his comrades, Thomas de Wolfe and Addonis de Norville. On his way home he’s asked to presents himself before Edward, King of England. The King is fascinated with the Scorpion’s reputation as skilled assassin in a foreign land. King Edward has plans for Kevin and places him in the service of the Duke and Duchess of Dorset. Our heroine is the Duchess Annavieve who has spent her entire life in a convent because she is a descendent her father was of Welsh royal blood and her mother was from the great Marshal family. Through all the intrigue and politics with so many unforeseen twist and turns in this book. The romance starts off rocky for both of them, the quite girl from the convent and the warrior who has vowed to never give his heart again to another woman. Kevin Hage is a magnificent hero who deserved to find his happily ever after with the lovely Annavieve de Ferrers. I thoroughly enjoyed the amazing ride this story took me on. A great read I know you will truly enjoy!!!


Have you listened to any of Brad Wills’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

Brad Wills's always excels at bringing the characters to life and goes beyond bring the story to life!!! Love this story and his narration!!!


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- Debbie Brown

Wonderful!

This is a very emotional story filled with adventure and love. Brad did another super job narrating this. I could not stop listening to it. I so enjoyed his singing. What a super combination. I cried, laughed and was on edge. You will love this.
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- Virginia

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-20-2015
  • Publisher: Kathryn Le Veque Novels