Sunday, April 3, 2011

Tricia Schneider, The Witch and the Vampire

Title: The Witch and the Vampire

Author: Tricia Schneider

Rating: Five Siren Stones

Genre: Paranormal Romance

Keywords: Black Miniature Rose, Witches, Vampires

Page Count: 107

ISBN E-Book: d5462

Price: $3.75

Publisher: The Wild Rose Press


Reviewer: Stacey Krug


Melora Merriweather is searching for a fellow witch to protect her from a scheming uncle with plans of marriage. When her carriage overturns on her journey, she is rescued by a mysterious man whom she learns is the very person she seeks. But, he’s not the witch she thought he was…

Sebastian Collins should have left for London days ago. Now a snowstorm has trapped him with a woman who has come seeking protection, a woman who intrigues him like no other. And with each passing hour, his hunger for her grows…hunger for her kiss, her caress, and her blood.


The Witch and the Vampire was a wonderful story. It is filled with intrigue, mystery, and suspense. This is a great second story in Tricia Schneider’s series. She did a great job of entwining the first and second stories together.

Melora Merriweather is a brave heroine that is looking out for everyone. Sebastian is an honourable hero that takes protecting Melora very seriously. It’s hard not to care for these characters. Tricia Schneider’s writing makes you feel like you are right there living the story.

The secondary characters add twists and turns to the plot. I was unable to put this down until I finished. I needed to know how things would work out between Melora and Sebastian.

This was a very enjoyable read and I would recommend this to any paranormal romance fans.

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