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- ASIN : B005QEA87A
- Publisher : Host of the Hills; 2nd edition (December 16, 2013)
- Publication date : December 16, 2013
- Language : English
- File size : 1388 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 68 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #18,693 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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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.
Miss Stephens is a wiccan and has been hired to help a werewolf named Zackary Connor. She is not sure what the exact problem is and how she will be helping, but being the best wiccan on staff she is on her way.
Zack Connor is at the beginning of a crisis. His wolf refuses to pick a mate. He is thirty and should have done so five years ago. His pack has been patient with him but now they are losing what patience they had. The future of his pack rests on this problem being eliminated. He has been actively looking but he is unable to find her. So his mother hired Miss Stephens to use magic to locate his mate.
Miss Stephens is going to try and do all she can. Of course it would be easier if he wasn’t so yummy. She tries to showcase her magic a bit and alleviate his headache. The reaction when their auras mix is shocking. It is hot and full of lust. Zack is shocked and angry. He believes she did it on purpose. He leaves her in her hotel room. He is looking for his mate and the little young wiccan is dangerous.
When they both come through with finding his mate, they are surprised at the results.
This novella was extremely short. I liked the idea of it. I would have liked to see more banter between the characters. I didn't even figure out what Miss Stephens first name was. So I would have really liked to learn more about the characters. I think it would have been more fun if it would have been longer. I really left me hanging and I would have liked to see more of a chase and a development of the relationship. I give it a 2 out of 5.
The characters could have been developed a little more, but for the length of the book it was ok.
It was a story you could read in a lunch hour or two.
Loved the cheesy remarks by both of them.
If you want a quick easy to read book that will get your labeto revved and your funny bone exercised this is the book for you.
I really enjoyed this short novella. It got straight to the point. I really wish it had been longer. The author has a nice writing style and great descriptions, though they are simple. Sometimes simple is better than over explained. I would recommend it. It definitely has me wondering if Caroline Hanson has other books out there.
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Top reviews from other countries
Megan Stephens is an outspoken, quirky Wiccan who, as a witch for hire, is asked to aid the leader of a local werewolf pack to find his mate. Although she initially laughs it off, when she meets Zach Connor he is like no other werewolf. He is tall, dark and handsome, smartly dressed and smells great. He has had his fair share of women but so far none have been his mate. If he doesn't find his mate soon the pack will disperse.
Caroline Hanson sure knows how to write these characters and allows you to become up, close and personal with them on just a few pages! I thought the whole story was just perfect: the timing, the characters, the use of magic, hot scenes, etc.
As these characters are so likeable it would be nice for them to be written into another story and maybe allow the reader to discover Zach's transformation during a full moon and how Megan handles it! Alternatively, how would Zach deal with Megan's sorcery?
'Bewitching the Werewolf' is a must-read for paranormal romance fans, preferably over the age of 16yrs due to the more intimate scenes. For such a short story it really does pack everything! And did I mention it was free?
I am hoping to read Caroline Hanson's 'Love is Darkness (Valerie Dearborn #1)' in the near future. The synopsis and excerpt is inside 'Bewitching the Werewolf' and after reading them I can't wait to read the full novel!
Would I recommend this book? If you're looking for a short, quick read, then yes. Warning; this book involves sex.
Review; My main, and probably only issue with this book is that it is too short. You get enough information about everything. There are no plot holes. Still, for me, it ended to abruptly! As self published books go, I haven't read many. I'd been wanting to read Bewitching The Werewolf for a while, but I just hand't got around to it. The book did not disappoint me. I laughed out loud a few times, which is always good. The characters - though we don't get to see their whole personality as it is a short read - were good, funny, and almost realistic. If you like ebooks, and free things, then you should download, or read this book on smashwords, you won't regret it. This review - like the book - is short and sweet simply because you can't really go into the depth of such a short story.
I enjoyed this. It had a few errors, mainly just missing dialogue tags, but it wasn't enough to bother me. It was free, after all.
It was an excellent sample of Caroline Hanson's writing style and I will definitely be reading more of her full-length stuff because she has a great personality that comes across through her characters. The inner thought processes of the witch in particular were very enjoyable. If anyone is familiar with the crazy Valkyries and Witches from Kresley Cole's IAD series, you might enjoy that type of character, too.
It was too short for me to get more than 3-stars-excited about it, but it definitely worked as a marketing tool because I added her other works to my TBR list as soon as I finished.
Summary: When witch for hire, Megan Stephens, is assigned to help the local werewolf pack leader find a mate, she thinks the job will be easy. Get in, get it up and get gone. But when she meets Zack Connor, she realizes her future might have a lot more dog jokes in it than she ever imagined.
I loved this book, The fact that we have witches and werewolves in the same book was great, Zack is the alpha leader in this book, and if he doesn't find a mate, the whole pack will go into disarray, this is where Megan is sent in, hired by his mother to try and sort out Zack, so he can attract his mate, Wolves mate for life and so it has to be just the right woman, Zack can tell when his mate is in the vicinity, he can sense his mate but does not realise who it is, So Megan has to find ways of getting the mate out in the open, so Zack can see her, he believes she is hiding in the office black, they even try doing a fire drill but he can't tell which one she is, I love this story, an alpha wolf who would rather do his daily job than worry about wolf politics, Caroline's writing was amusing, she put plenty of comical moments in this book, I had plenty of giggles and yet, it gave me a little insight to the workings of a wolf pack, 4/5
This is a short story, rather predictable in its way, with quite a few graphic descriptions of lust and sex. However, it is a good read, and I found it quite enjoyable; although I would have liked it to be a bit longer and perhaps have a little more substance to the plot.
I did find some of the spacing of paragraphs to be bit odd, and a couple of typing / transcription errors also crept in to spoil the book a bit. Probably more of an adult book, and almost certainly aimed at the ladies, but still a decent read. I would be interested to read more by this author.