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    Witch + Wolf = A Spellbinding Howling Read!

    Awesome story! I loved the fast pace, it just seems to fit perfectly with the storyline, characters and all of the twists and turns. It certainly did not lack for adventure, entertainment nor hotness! I liked the characters but I wish that there was more about them all! I loved Mia and the fact that she is a witch! Add in some wolves to the mix and it makes for one awesome ride of discovery, conquering of fears, romance and of course things you never thought would happen! You can never have too many Supernaturals in a story, so I love that this is not a “witch” book or a “werewolf” book, but a great Paranormal story that defies being “lumped” into one category. Unfortunately I do have to say that I was a little disappointed that there wasn’t more paranormal or magic happening. I feel that this story has a lot of potential and I guarantee that I will be reading all of the books that Sarah writes in this series (and any others too!), but I thought there could have been a LOT more story put into this one. So while I thoroughly enjoyed the story, I felt like I was missing parts here and there. Sometimes it seemed to move so quickly that I had to go back & re-read it again, but I didn’t miss anything – it truly did happen like that! The way that some parts jump ahead made me wonder if this was a longer story that was shortened. Don’t get me wrong, it still is a great story! The parts that I am referring to are not ones that omit storyline “meat” so to speak, but ones that make you “assume” what went on. Maybe I have just become accustomed to having things more detailed and spelled out (get it “spelled” out, Mia is a witch… *snicker*), or maybe Sarah doesn’t want to “bore” you with those details that you already know about, and then has more “word count” for more story. For example we know that Mia is a witch, but Ethan doesn’t know that; so when he sees her shooting fire balls, of course he wonders about it. But they never get to that conversation that night, and the next day they meet to have “The Conversation”, but the words are never actually said and then all of a sudden he DOES know about her being a witch. Then she says she didn’t know werewolves existed, but Ethan asks her why she didn’t recognize someone as the wolf. I don’t want to say more and give spoilers, because I try to NEVER give spoilers! But this was the best way I could explain what I mean about the “missing” parts. Like I said, maybe these all get explained in the books that follow or maybe it is just me over-analyzing it and wanted things to be spelled out for me! Again, get it? Spelled out – witch – LOL Since this is book 1, it is obviously the only book I have read in this series, so hopefully future books will “re-visit” these types of “omissions“ to explain the whys and whatnots and then it will all become clear…crystal ball clear.  I am not going to count this against my review rating, simply because the storyline itself was not disturbed or broken, and because I have the feeling that this book is a set-up or introduction for a multi book series and that this one is just easing you into their world and giving you just a hint or taste of what’s to come. There is definitely enough going on to have piqued my interest, has my curiosity aroused and has made me hunger for more! All in all I did enjoy reading this book quite a bit and I think it was a great start to the series. I can’t wait to start on the next one!
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    good read

    The witch who cried wolf by Sarah Makela Mia is a witch that doesn’t practice her powers so that makes her powers not very strong. She has been keeping her powers a secret from her family and friends. Her brother gets her to pick up his mate Ethan from the airport whom she has been lusting after for years. While at the airport Mia and Ethan are attacked by a werewolf and Mia uses her powers exposing her to Ethan. Mia then has to tell Ethan that he could become a werewolf. Finally the feelings that Mia thought were only on her side turn out to be more than one sided. Mia and Ethan get dragged into the world of the werewolves that neither of them they knew anything about. Ethan is given a chance to learn what he is going to become from the alphas son. Not wanting to give any spoilers I’m leaving it at this. It is a beautiful love story of two people who want to deny their love as they feel that is the right thing to do. Finally giving into what is meant to be. I received this arc for my honest review and this is my honest review.
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    The witch who cried wolf

    Sara makela writes about the possibility of a witch and a werewolf falling in love. Ms. Makela is a very good writer and I would love to recommend this book to anyone who enjoys paranormal romance stories.
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    Witchy Fun

    Develop your powers? Hide them? Worry about consequences of being outed? What's a witch to do? Add in a bad relationship and mix it up with werewolves for such a bad day. Fun read - enjoy.
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    Super!

    While the contemporary romance is an important part of the story, the urban fantasy is more compelling. There are plenty of plot twists and some really humorous situations. The characters are very well thought out, and I enjoyed it very much. Except that now I have to get more of the series to answer those questions left unanswered!
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