About Bree


USA Today bestselling author, Bree Wolf has always been a language enthusiast (though not a grammarian!) and is rarely found without a book in her hand or her fingers glued to a keyboard. Trying to find her way, she has taught English as a second language, traveled abroad and worked at a translation agency as well as a law firm in Ireland. She also spent loooong years obtaining a BA in English and Education and an MA in Specialized Translation while wishing she could simply be a writer. Although there is nothing simple about being a writer, her dreams have finally come true.

"A big thanks to my fairy godmother!"

Currently, Bree has found her new home in the historical romance genre, writing Regency novels and novellas. Enjoying the mix of fact and fiction, she occasionally feels like a puppet master (or mistress? Although that sounds weird!), forcing her characters into ever-new situations that will put their strength, their beliefs, their love to the test, hoping that in the end they will triumph and get the happily-ever-after we are all looking for.

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    • Hello Maida,

      yes, I’ll write a sequel about Tristan. In fact, book six will tell his story and will be published in September of this year.
      I’m sorry I left you hanging with regard to Tristan’s fate, but Henrietta and Connor’s story was told and I felt Tristan deserved his own book, not just a few chapters.
      It’s always difficult to decide which characters to write about next. Book five is about Charlotte, who was a minor character in book three. Other minor characters from book three (Madeline and Oliver) shall receive their own story in books seven and eight.
      There’s never truly and end to the story, is there? 🙂

      If you’re eager to read Tristan’s story, sign up for my mailing list since I generally offer an ARC to the readers on my list about a month before publication.

      All the best and I hope I didn’t put you off reading the following novels!


  1. I just read your book Forgotten and Remembered and I couldn’t put it down. Very enjoyable now I am trying to purchase the second one but I am having trouble!

    • Hello Bonnie,

      I’m delighted that you enjoyed Forgotten & Remembered. Would you mind writing a short review?
      How are you having trouble with book two? Anything I can help you with?

      All the best,


  2. Love’s Second Chance Series, I have loved them all, after reading book 6, Betrayed and Blessed I really need to know how Triston’s friend and Beth’s half sister get on, they both deserve future happiness, as this is the end of the series I am rather worried that the question will never be answered which would be a shame and leave the lovely series incomplete to me

    • Hello Gloria,
      don’t worry: Derek will get to tell his story in book seven and Adelaide hers in book ten. The series is nowhere near finished. At present, I’m planning a total of fifteen novels.
      I hope that put your mind at ease. Would you consider leaving a review?
      All the best, Bree

  3. I have left top ratings in my reviews of your novels and just love them. I wrote about Tristan and am working my way up to his story (next in line) but I’m trying to read them in order. After the first book–I bought all that I could for my Kindle! Amazon is my source of book.
    I really enjoy your books for many reasons and you grammar is one of them. There are very few take/bring errors (which make my teeth grind) and only a few “she poured herself” (no one can pour themselves) she poured a cup of tea for herself is the right way! BUT in your books, My teeth stay quiet and no speed bumps from bad grammar! Thank you.

    I am already signed up for mailing list and advance readers–my hubby says I’m a nit picker and can find tiny errors in books!

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