The Witch Who Cried Wolf

Cry Wolf, #1

The first book in the new adult series Cry Wolf is an intriguing short and fast paranormal romance with witches and wolves.

A reluctant witch with powers she tries to hold in check, Mia Brooks suddenly finds herself being pursued by werewolves, which she didn’t even know existed. Home from deployment for the holidays, Ethan Parker has kept his feelings for Mia hidden. When they are attacked by a werewolf, Mia reveals her paranormal powers, but can she keep them both safe from the darkness.

This fast paced and smooth flowing plot is brought to life with suspense, romance and edge of your seat action. The author paints vivid pictures of each scene that capture the imagination and surprises that keep the reader guessing. The bewitching characters are easily related to and leave the reader wanting to know more.

The author conveys the emotions, the adrenalin and the attraction between Mia and Ethan with an intensity that has the reader feeling as if they are part of the story.

The author has packed a lot of punch in this short and fascinating story that had me in its grip until the very end. I can’t wait to read more of the books in this intriguing world.


Book Blurb for The Witch Who Cried Wolf

Be careful what you wish for…

A potion gone wrong: Mia Brooks is a reluctant witch, with powers that she tries to hold in check. But when her magic gets mixed up, supernatural forces are unleashed and suddenly she’s being pursued by werewolves—that she didn’t even realize existed…

Hidden emotions: Ethan Parker, Mia’s brother’s best friend, is home from deployment for the holidays. Mia’s not only hiding from werewolves, she’s trying to keep her feelings for Ethan secret; it would be a disaster if he knew she’s been nursing a long-time crush…

The power of love: things take a terrifying turn when Mia and Ethan are attacked by a werewolf. Ethan is amazed when Mia reveals her paranormal prowess as she tries to shield them from danger. But can she really protect them from the darkness that lurks? And how can he tell her that, for ages, he’s been denying what he really wants? Mia...


Night Owl Reviews Jan, 2014 4.00