"Four amusing romantic fantasies"
"Santa Claws". Werewolf Alec Kilcurt is lonely. That is
until he sniffs his soulmate, who is a human female wearing
a Santa Clause costume.
"Monster Love". Vampire Richard Hill looked forward to
falling in love that is until he did. His beloved werewolf
Janet Lupo can get into a rage over nothing and calming her
down takes quite a bite of his patience.
"There's No Such Thing as a Werewolf". Dr. Drake is a rare
physically impaired werewolf as he is blind. So he wonders
why he vividly can see Crescent Muhn.
"A Fiend in Need". Vampire Queen Betsy Taylor is at her
wits end and by George not over shoes. However, relief may
occur as Wyndham werewolf seer Antonia Wofton arrives to
help George the vampire fiend evolve into a beast of her
These are four amusing romantic fantasies as MaryJanice
Davidson once again entertains the sub-genre with an
irreverent fun anthology from the supernatural side.
Posted July 9, 2006
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted January 2, 2007