- File Size: 1400 KB
- Print Length: 65 pages
- Publisher: Host of the Hills; 2 edition (December 16, 2013)
- Publication Date: December 16, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B005QEA87A
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,632 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Bewitching the Werewolf (Megan Stephens Book 1) Kindle Edition
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This was a fun well paced short story, even if I did wish it was longer. Although predictable, the journey was a lot of fun. It also led me right into her full length novel, Love is Darkness, which I ended up reading in a single sitting after finishing this. I'm glad I discovered this author and the dry sarcastic humor is right up my alley. It's definitely worth the price.
A very well-written romantic and erotic story for any reader looking for a quick paranormal and very erotic romance between a witch and a werewolf. However, as mentioned before it does have some flaws. The story could have been a bit longer, there could have been some more development in Megan and Zack's relationship and it could have had a few more characters to help them deepen their relationship. Characters to be some more curves in the road that would have either helped the relationship or threatened it (but who end up making it stronger). Plus from this reader's perspective there was either a copywrite problem or a grammer eror when she made a refference to The Stephen King novel, Cujo. She seems to either have not had the premission rights to use the book's name or just must have missspelled it. If it was a grammer issue the name of the title character is correctly spelled with a "C" and not a "K". However, despite these complaints it's still a very good story with greatly impressive detail and it's occasionally funny. Although, I do hope that if the author continues with the serise that she adds some more characters like I mentioned before that help make it more interesting. If I were to rate it on a letter grade scale it would be an 82 (which is a "B-") or on a number scale with one being the worest and ten as the best, it would be a strong eight for this reader. Like as mentioned before it's a very good story, however the author still needs to develope a lot more growth and some more story development. But, she if she keeps at it, she does have the potential to be a really great author someday and the book despite it's flaws is still very enjoyable. Strongly recommanded for readers eightteen and up.
This was a very short funny story. It has werewolves, and a very sassy heroine. But it doesn't have much else to it. It was simple, and neat and tidy, but there really weren't a whole lot of emotions from it other than humor. I did enjoy the humor aspect of it, and it was nice for a short read.
I just don't understand how anyone can get properly involved in anything this short--there's no world building, no character development, and virtually no plot. There was one sex scene in a parked car. That's about it. Which is a shame, since what there was showed potential. But for me, something this short is a waste (short waste, to be honest) of my time. I won't be continuing the series.
The end was too abrupt, if you can call that an end. Yes, it is a very short story (less that 80 pages), but why bother and put it out there if the story was incomplete and full of gaps? It read more like a draft.
The good thing? It was free but not even that compensate the time wasted. This experienece is making me wary of freebies.