"All I want for Christmas is a...Werewolf?"
Zed Ashton knew he was in trouble when he heard the howl.
Yes, he knew that howl was from Carrick, the one that
crippled him 3 years ago and took his place as pack alpha.
Now it seems he's tracked Zed down to finish the job. Zed
needs help but who can he turn to?
Kristin Havers is a waitress at the local diner and knows
just about everyone. Her thoughts have even wondered to the
loner, Zed Ashton. So when he comes into the diner on
Christmas Eve and asks for her help, how can she say no?
Perhaps she will get her Christmas wish after all, or will
history repeat itself and she be left alone again?
Sedonia Gullione's A Werewolf for Christmas brings
the lives of Zed and Kristin to the readers. They hear of
the struggles both have and want to see them find the
happiness they deserve, as well as some payback on Zed's
part. The reader gets to feel for Zed as he has to tell
Kristin everything and risk losing her. Sedonia does a
wonderful job of drawing the reader into this story and
making them not stop reading until they reach the end.
Reviewed by Stacy Link
Posted December 22, 2008
Lone wolf Zed Ashton has a problem. Carrick destroyed his life, took away his position as pack alpha, and left him crippled. Now Carrick is back—on Christmas Eve—to finish the job he started. Forced out of his solitude, Zed turns to Kristin, the pretty waitress at the local diner, for help. He doesn’t know her, but he’s attracted to her, powerfully, in a way that makes him think she might just be his mate.
Kristin Havers has a secret crush on the mysterious Englishman who moved to her small town in Maine. Though she wonders about the handsome loner with paint on his hands, she’s sure he could never find her as fascinating as she does him. So when Zed turns up at the diner on a lonely Christmas Eve in need of her help and comfort, she gives it to him wholeheartedly, body and soul. Little does she know she’s getting a werewolf for Christmas.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Book Length: Novella
Publisher Note: Previously published elsewhere.