Monday, July 29, 2013

Review: A Werewolf Christmas- C.M. Stunich

Title: A Werewolf Christmas Author: C.M. Stunich Pages:228 Rating: 4/5 Stars Review:I have had the novella sitting on my kobo for quite sometime and I finally had a chance to get to it. I have read and loved other works by C.M. Stunich and A Werewolf Christmas fit right in. This was a fast- paced, hilarious and romantic YA read. I found the story very original for a werewolf story. Who know that only parts of you would turn to a werewolf at a time. I almost peed my pants reading of how Sylvia had to shave her furry back before her date. And can you imagine growing a fur moustache in all of 2 seconds LOL? I loved this book and I would love to learn more about these characters. I would recommend this novella to werewolf lovers. P.S. I think that turning into a werewolf would be the best Christmas present ever!! About this author C.M. Stunich was raised under a cover of fog in the area known simply as Eureka, CA. A mysterious place, this strange, arboreal land nursed Caitlin's (yes, that's her name!) desire to write strange fiction novels about wicked monsters, magical trains, and Nemean Lions (Google it!). She currently enjoys drag queens, having too many cats, and tribal bellydance. Always a fan of the indie scene and 'sticking it to the man,' Ms. Stunich decided to take the road less traveled and forgo the traditional publishing route. You can be assured though that she received several rejections as to ensure her proper place in the world of writers before taking up a friend's offer to start a publishing company. Sarian Royal was born, and Ms. Stunich's books slowly transformed from mere baking chocolate to full blown tortes with hand sculpted fondant flowers. C.M. is a writer obsessed with delivering the very best and scours her mind on a regular basis to select the most unusual stories for the outside world. Ms. Stunich can be reached via e-mail or by post and loves to hear from her readers. Ms. Stunich also wrote this biography and has no idea why she decided to refer to herself in the third person. Come visit me at ! Happy reading and carpe diem! Sincerely, C.M. Stunich

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