Washington DC’s journalist, Rye Yates is well-dressed, gorgeous and cursed. After an unusual encounter with a witch, his love for a woman could mean her death sentence. When Rye meets Clair, her effervescent personality instantly grabs his heart. What will Rye and Clair do when they uncover a hundred-year-old secret that was never meant to be revealed? The ending is unthinkable, and the betrayal and secrets leave no one unscathed.
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About the Author
April grew up in a small town in Virginia, where it was common practice believing that dreams could only be found in stories. At the age of seven she was diagnosed with dyslexia. She was told that she would struggle through life and would never pick up a book to read for pleasure. Although school was hard, she was able to find her way with the help of two teachers who taught her self-discovery. Ignoring what she was taught growing up, she turned it around and found that her dreams could become stories.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Reviewer: Justine Rating: 3.95 of 5 Fairies (apparently! - lol) The Witch and The Werewolf was a read I normally would not have liked, but as always, April Fifer and Danielle Hylton-Outland didn’t fail to surprise me. I can hear Bex now, “Now picky, picky Justine what was it this time?!” Lol. Well ¾ of the story was in the male’s POV, and unless I have read the story first in female POV, I don’t normally connect. But my girls pulled it off and gave me a story that had me shocked with its twist and turns and had me loving it. Of course, April Fifer and Danielle Hylton-Outland gave me just the ending I like and left me feeling completely satisfied. I am giving them a 3.95 on the Fairy Scale only because the Male POV still threw me though, and it may not be for everyone, but still it’s waaaaay worth a read!
This book was not at all like I imagined it would be and in a good way. I am a shifter addict and really wanted to read this book based simply on the title. Witches and weres? What a perfect combination. I had in my mind this would be a typical shifter romance. What I was not expecting was the darkness of his curse and how that would impact the story. I am a huge fan of darkness in the paranormal. In my mind, weres are not just people who are sometimes in animal form. Part of them is in fact an animal. In this case, a cursed animal. So add this darkness to the likable characters of Rye and Clair and you have something good. Add a bit of mystery and a pile of secrets and you have a book that had me reading way into the night because I did not want to put it down. A few of the pieces seemed to fit a bit too easily together at the end, but I am ok with that. I did not read this book because I wanted an amazing mystery story that would keep the most enthusiastic mystery lover on the edge of their seat. I read this book because it has weres and witches and romance and with those things, the authors did a super fun job.
Fast read did enjoy!