WOLFSBANE: ASPECT OF THE WOLF
Rating: 4 Cups
Emilie Swanson has problems after opening Mystikal Excursions, Creek’s Magick Shop. One just happens to be Daniel, a most handsome investment broker who expects her to close her shop.
Daniel Garrison petitions the mayor to shut down the Magick Shop not realizing he might have to eat his words. When he needs help in a personal matter, he heads for the only source that can help, Emilie.
Daniel did not know the real Emilie when he drafted a petition to ban her shop. He had hoped it would turn into a bookstore, or maybe a flower shop and the proprietress would depart with her witch magic and spells. Instead, he calls a truce. His brother is a werewolf and he needs help releasing the beast within. Emilie has trouble with her new shop along with the hostility of some of the residents. She thought she had banished some of the demons that had conjured in the back room but something may have escaped the portal. When her arch nemesis needs help, she is surprised but being a fourth-generation witch, surely there is something she can work with her magic. Soon a strange brew stirs in the air between them. Daniel has secrets of his own. He is second-generation, only a quarter wolf and cannot transform or can he? Emilie is left wondering should she cast her own spells or surrender to a wolf that works heated magic all over her body.
Wolfsbane: Aspect of the Wolf is a fantastic page turner with believable characters and great dialogue that keeps the reader spellbound. Ms. Colgan has a style of writing that starts off powerful and strong and ends with a fantastic bang. Her flare of words is tight and keeps the reader completely enthralled. She has penned a captivating read.
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