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Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Holiday Howlz: Werewolf Woes by Dawn Montgomery



Holiday Howlz: Werewolf Woes by Dawn Montgomery
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Contemporary, Holiday, Paranormal, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Length: Short Story (22 pgs)
Other: M/F, Spanking, Voyeurism
Rating: 4 cherries
Reviewed by Tiger Lily

Dakota Raynes has come home for one reason and one reason only... to lay claim on the woman meant to be his mate. Six years away has given him time to get the beast under control so he could be the man he thinks she needs. Now if she'd just stop being so damn stubborn!
Lily Deacon has had it with alpha men and their need to push her around. So Dakota thinks he can just waltz right in and take up where he left off? Oh, she'll let him play all right, but only by her rules. His little Lily is all grown up, and she has a few tricks of her own.

When these two wolves collide, the county will feel the clash all the way to their boots.

He’s not about to let the woman of his dreams get away. How can she retreat when her wolf desires his wolf more than anyone? You’ll have to read Holiday Howlz – Werewolf Woes to find out their fates.

This series is a fun little set of stories about, you guessed it, werewolves. Now you don’t have to be an aficionado of werewolves to like the stories. You just have to love love stories.

Ms. Montgomery writes a cute little tale of two lovers who knew what they wanted once long ago, but circumstances kept them apart.

Dakota knows where his heart lies – with Lily. I like that he’s back and not about to give up on what they had. He’s also got the whole tall, dark, and handsome look going for him. I like his determination and his steadfast attraction to Lily. Most guys walk away and stay away. You want to see him succeed.

Lily cracked me up. She wants Dakota, yes, but she’s not about to let him off easy. She’s the queen of snappy comebacks and she puts him in his place with ease – not that he’s complaining. I liked her wild, yet independent streak. I could empathize with her struggles to move on and loved seeing her get her heart’s desire.

If you want a story that will warm a cool winter’s evening, then you need to read Holiday Howlz – Werewolf Woes.

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