The Lady in the Mist (The Western Werewolf Legend #1)

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The Civil War took Sonja Brooks' husband and left her alone. Unprotected and scared, she runs headlong into a life changing event when she's attacked by a pack of wolves. Her fate as a werewolf is sealed. When she stumbles upon Ty Loflin, a Rebel solider dying of his wounds, she nurses him back to health. He's the perfect mate, but will he want her once he knows the truth?

In Book 1 of this new series by Award-winning author Catherine Wolffe, the Western Werewolf Legend weaves a...

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Overview

The Civil War took Sonja Brooks' husband and left her alone. Unprotected and scared, she runs headlong into a life changing event when she's attacked by a pack of wolves. Her fate as a werewolf is sealed. When she stumbles upon Ty Loflin, a Rebel solider dying of his wounds, she nurses him back to health. He's the perfect mate, but will he want her once he knows the truth?

In Book 1 of this new series by Award-winning author Catherine Wolffe, the Western Werewolf Legend weaves a new blend of western romance with paranormal elements involving werewolves and vampires. Learn more at www.catherinewolffe.com.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781483978567
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 4/1/2013
  • Pages: 126
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.27 (d)

Meet the Author

Catherine Wolffe is the author of the Western Werewolf Legend. Combining romance in the old west with paranormal elements, she weaves stories of love and adventure for her readers to enjoy. Her heroines have dreams to follow and her her heroes always have hearts of gold. Learn more at www.catherinewolffe.com.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 6, 2013

    I loved the book! It's engaging, entertaining, the characters ar

    I loved the book! It's engaging, entertaining, the characters are well developed and the pace is very good!

    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 16, 2012

    I enjoyed this book very much.  The characters were vivid and th

    I enjoyed this book very much.  The characters were vivid and the budding relationship between two enemies played out perfectly!

    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 22, 2013

    This was a wonderful story. I loved the western and paranormal m

    This was a wonderful story. I loved the western and paranormal mixed together. Ty and Sonja are superb!
    Looking forward to reading book 2 when it comes out!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 18, 2014

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    This is the 2nd book by Catherine Wolffe that I have read. I rea

    This is the 2nd book by Catherine Wolffe that I have read. I read her book Comanche Haven first to get an understanding for the Loflin family. Tyler Loflin, who is introduced in Comanche Haven, is the main male character in The Lady in the Mist. I am honestly a little torn over my feelings with this book. 




    As with many e-books, there were some edit errors. I found points where words had been used in the wrong manner, or the wrong words altogether. This however is an editing or publishing issue, not just an author one. The biggest trial I had was as simple as names. In Comanche Haven, Seth Loflin is the main male character and is Tyler's half-brother. Seth's love interest is Celia. When you read The Lady in the Mist, Tyler thinks of home a lot. When he does, the names John and Cloe are used instead of Seth and Celia. This inconsistency kept me very confused in my understanding of the characters. If you have NOT read the first book, you would not notice it. I like having a good feel for imagery and character relationships when I read. So some of that connection was not coming together for me as smoothly as I would have liked.




    The main female in this story, Sonja Brooks, is a young widow. She is very easy person to connect to. I found her believable, the same with Ty. The story line at times felt... jumpy, to me. I was very intrigued by the overall idea, I just had moments where I felt like parts of the tale skipped. I would get a feeling like I had missed something, I would backtrack what I read and still be like, "Huh?". I do not know how else to explain it, other than certain moments needed....more. I found myself confused at several points.




    I am a big paranormal fan, it is my go to genre when I do not know what to read. I am always looking for that story with the 'new' idea. I can see where this author was trying to do that. There are some very good concepts with the werewolves and vampires happening. I just get a sense of not seeing the full scope of it yet, like the full picture is still waiting. I know the author has more books in this series, so I am very much hoping those questions will be answered in the forth coming ones! I know that everyone has different reasons for reading, different things they expect. This is simply MY take on The Lady in the Mist. I DID like the tale, there IS great emotion in it and I AM wanting to know the rest of the story!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 29, 2013

    Unique

    Such a unique setting for a werewolf story so well written keeps you hooked the whole way.

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