Saturday, September 4, 2010

Tricia Schneider, The Witch and the Werewolf

Title: The Witch and the Werewolf

Author: Tricia Schneider

Rating: Four And A Half Siren Stones

Genre: Paranormal Romance

Keywords: Shape-Shifter, Black Miniature Rose

Page Count: 73

ISBN E-Book: d4230

Publisher: The Wild Rose Press


Reviewer: Stacey Krug


Lord Jeremy North's curse is to become a werewolf during every full moon, turning into a bloodthirsty monster that kills with no remorse. When he finds a woman nearly frozen upon his doorstep, his sense of honor compels him to help her, even at the risk he might kill her himself.

Lillian Merriweather hadn't planned to get caught in a blizzard while traveling the English countryside. Nor had she planned on finding refuge in a house full of secrets. But Lillian has secrets of her own. And what she's running from is not far behind...


The Witch and the Werewolf is a wonderful love story. Tricia Schneider did a fantastic job of making her characters come to life in this short story.

I love the heroine’s name, Lillian Merriweather. It makes you think of sunshine and rainbows. Lillian is a breath of fresh air to Lord Jeremy North.

North has a big secret that his friend Amery helps him hide and deal with as best they can. They remind me of Batman with his Alfred. North and Amery make a fun pair!

As the story progresses, Lillian and Jeremy grow closer through their shared interests and time together. The build up to their love scene makes it powerful and moving, and makes you wish the story was a little longer!

The Witch and the Werewolf grabs you in the beginning and holds you until the end. You will fall in love with the good guys and loath the bad guys. Based on this story, I would check out other creations by Tricia Schneider.

1 comment:

Catherine Bybee said...

Great review, will have to check this book out.