Thursday, January 26, 2012

Quickie Review: Bewitching the Werewolf by Caroline Hanson

Synopsis (Goodreads):
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.
My Thoughts: This is a very short story and it doesn't waste any time jumping in and putting the two main characters in orbit around one another. They're both kinda turned on by one another, but Megan chalks it up to a general (and annoying) attraction toward Zack and as a by-product of the type of spell she's getting ready to unleash on him.

Things move quickly. Dog jokes are made. Mates are found. Sexing occurs. Ta-da!

While this is short, you definitely get a feel for Megan's prickly personality and Zack's disinclination to choose a mate when his wolf clearly isn't interested in any of the female wolves he's coming in contact with. Short and sweet. Perfect for a quick lunchtime read.

More books by Caroline Hanson

Reading challenges: Ebook Challenge, Why Buy the Cow? Challenge
Bewitching the Werewolf was a free Kindle download I picked up 01/20/12.

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