Review: ‘The Werewolf’s Christmas Wish’ Kristen Painter
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The Werewolf's Christmas Wishby Kristen Painter
Series: Nocturne Falls #4.6
Published by Sugar Skull Books on February 23, 2016
Genres: Paranormal Romance
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Bridget Merrow has almost everything a werewolf could wish for. And it's not that her awesome family and popular business aren't enough - she just wants someone to share it all with this Christmas. Too bad the someone she wants doesn't want her. Or does he?
Also in Hex the Halls anthology
My Review of The Werewolf’s Christmas Wish by Kristen Painer
The Werewolf’s Christmas Wish is a quick short story from Kristen Painter’s Nocturne Falls series. This has become one of my favorite PNR series to read, and I definitely recommend this series to fans of Kristen Painter and readers that love Paranormal Romance.
I won’t go into too much details into the story because I could end up giving something away and hate spoiling stories. f you’re a fan of the Nocturne Falls series, you’ll enjoy reading this quick read.
If you’ve read The Werewolf Meets His Match, you would’ve been introduced to Sam Kincaid and Bridget Merrow. I loved how Kristen Painter got these two stubborn love birds together and I adore Bridget in the story. She was very determined to win over Sam and Sam was being so stubborn.
I also enjoyed the Christmas storyline with the two characters. This short story definitely got me in the Christmas spirit and I look forward to reading even more Christmas stories soon.
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