Publisher: Changeling Press
Date published: November 29, 2012
Genre Paranormal, Werewolf, Holiday
Reviewed by Helen
Obtained via publisher
Most of the Iverson boarding school students go home for Christmas, but the orphans on scholarships stay behind. This year a storm prevents their gifts being delivered so two werewolves decide to bring the presents in on a sleigh through the pack lands.
Sisters Stella and Charlotte are working at the school and also stayed over the holidays so they are there to thank the hunky delivery werewolves, Cade and Oliver.
Yes, it’s a predictable story line, and a bit cheesy, but it does fulfill most people’s expectations about the festive season. Good triumphs over all the difficulties, and even the school’s problem child is healed and becomes happy. Naturally the hero and heroine fall instantly in love and the sex is hot and the future looks promising. Also there’s very obviously room for a sequel about the sister and the other werewolf.
A short happy little holiday read. The story is quite undemanding but it meets the readers’ expectations. There’s not a lot of world-building that can happen in such a short length, but the author does her best to squeeze in some information about the werewolves, their pack and habits.
A nice clean book, with no annoying authorial, technical or editing problems, which pleased me greatly.
This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.