Pages: 62 Pages
Publisher: Host of the Hills
Release Date: September 2011
Purchase: Amazon (Free)
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 him 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.
Now who doesn't love free books? Bewitching the Werewolf is one of the countless number of free eBooks that Amazon.com has to offer. I still get amazed that there are such things are free stuff, especially books. LOL.
Bewitching the Werewolf is a short story (about 40+ pages) offered to us by Caroline Hanson. The story was enjoyable and delivered some funny dialogue from our main character Megan. Now although I did know going into this book that it would be a short story I was hoping it would have been a little bit longer than the 40+ pages. I think that Hanson could have worked in a little more into the story to really develop the plot. It sort of just felt like a one night stand. Megan went in for her assignment and then wham, bam thank you Ma'am we got the clothes coming off. Maybe some more added tension between Megan and Zack would have worked a little better. We've got the single wolf, a mother who's desperate to get him mated and our funny little witch who is more than ready to bail out on her assignment; throw in some other feisty female werewolves and you've got a making for a good book.
To find out more about Caroline Hanson, please check out her blog