Monday, July 18, 2011

Marisa Chenery, A Werewolf at the Falls

Title: A Werewolf at the Falls

Author: Marisa Chenery

Rating: Four And A Half Siren Stoned

Genre: Paranormal Romance

Keywords: Shape-Shifter, Werewolf

Length: Novella

ISBN E-Book: 978-1419934933

Price: $4.45

Publisher: Ellora’s Cave


Reviewer: Cia


As a cocktail waitress at Fallsview Casino Resort, Jorja has been witness to some brow-raising moments. But she’s never been part of one until a hot-as hell patron in her section pulls her into his lap and kisses her senseless. Talk about a generous tipper. Lady luck has smiled on her indeed.

What was supposed to be a weekend of harmless gambling takes a dramatic turn when Kian’s wolf scents his would-be mate. Consuming her lips as if his life depends on it in the middle of a crowded casino is bad enough—but giving in to his mating urge and claiming her before she knows his true nature is nothing short of a disaster. And when a fellow pack member shows up and lets the wolf out of the bag, Kian is forced to admit not only who and what he is, but what he did. He may need more than luck to pull this one off.


A Werewolf at the Falls by Marisa Chenery captured my attention at the start. I love being able to get into a book from page one, especially a shorter story. I related to Jorja’s character and found her utterly charming and willing to throw caution to the wind and live in the moment.

Kian showed up and like the man and beast he was, took what was his without thinking it through. I enjoyed seeing the hero unable to practice self control. I enjoyed watching them come together and unite both physically and metaphysically. It was sweet seeing them find each other, seeing Jorja finally being able to have what she needed emotionally to shore up that hole she felt deep in her soul.

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