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Wolfsbane and Mistletoe Paperback – November 2, 2010
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Toni L. P. Kelner is the award-winning author of the Laura Fleming Southern mystery series. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Here is a brief look at the 15 howling Christmas tales.
"Gift Wrap" by Charlaine Harris
A short Sookie Stackhouse story that occurs after the events of the most recent novel. Sookie is spending Christmas alone until she finds an injured werewolf in the woods near her home. Nuturing Sookie just has to take action. Contains spoilers if you aren't up to date on the series. A feel-good story although I must say Sookie's relative is a piece of work despite his good intentions.
"The Haire of the Beast" by Donna Andrews
A humorous tale of revenge. A witch's brother wants to be a werewolf so she researches the spell but also concocts some magical Christmas brownies for her ex. A Lhasa Apso is involved. An amusing ending.
"Lucy, at Christmastime" by Simon R. Green
Simon Green is known for his Nightside series and here we have a werewolf in a Nightside bar reminiscing about Christmas pasts and his lost love. You can see the ending coming from a mile away, but it still brings a smile to you face anyway when you get there.
"The Night Things Changed" by Dana Cameron
This tidy little tale of a brother and sister team tracking down a serial killer. She's a vampire and he's a werewolf.Read more ›
"Gift Wrap" -- Charlaine Harris's Sookie Stackhouse was expecting a blue Christmas, until an injured werewolf turns up on her land.
"The Haire of the Beast" -- A meddler in magic gets himself into a hairy situation despite his sister's warnings -- probably the first story I've ever seen featuring ...a were-lhasa apso (You read that right!)
"Lucy at Christmastime" -- As other denizens of Simon Green's Nightside gather in a local bar, an aging werewolf meets with a lost love.
"The Night Things Changed" -- A werewolf and a vampire have a hair-raising holiday taking down a werewolf gone bad that's now rampaging in spooky Salem, Massachusetts.
"The Werewolf Before Christmas" -- Just how can a naughty werewolf get back on St. Nick's good list after he's gobbled up Rudolf?
"Fresh Meat" -- A guardian dog trainer's unlikely pack rescues their Alpha when a werewolf hunter threatens to spoil their festivities.
"Il Est Ne" -- Carrie Vaughn's Kitty Norville helps a recently-turned werewolf find his way home for the holidays.
"The Perfect Gift" -- A detective, born the seventh son of a seventh son, discovers a whole new kind of family while investigating a string of savage murders.Read more ›
Simon R. Green
Toni L.P. Kelner
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As is frequently the case a mixed bag of stories. Some had fun twists on the werewolf or santa lore that we all know. And others.....just missed it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mel Woods
A great supernatural holiday read for fans who want more of the supernatural world they love.
I didn’t like the book. Read more
This collection of short stories will sell you on the werewolf genre. You will want more from every author.Published 11 months ago by Pine Street Reader
I've not read all of the stories and quite a few I got the feeling were from already established worlds. Read morePublished 14 months ago by traci lynn
There are a lot (15) short stories here, and I gotta say "Haire of the Beast" by Donna Andrews is one of my favorites. A witch who bakes brownies? Sure. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Cecilia Mc
Excellent short stories from some of my favorite authors and newly discovered ones.Published 16 months ago by J from Nevada
I bought this for the Patricia Briggs story "The Star of David". The whole book is a great ride.Published 18 months ago by Melissa Wilson