Sunday, July 9, 2017

The Billionaire Werewolf's Witch by Celia Kyle

Title: The Billionaire Werewolf’s Witch
Series: Howls Romance, 3
Author: Celia Kyle
Publisher: Amazon
Genre and Pairing: Paranormal and M/F
Page Count: 92 pages
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Publisher Blurb
Rachel Riordan is not a lawyer. Not even on TV. She's a secretary, and not a very good one at that. But when billionaire Grant Hemming, President of Hemming Industries, asks her to look over a contract, she does as she's told. Since, in addition to signing her paychecks, he's superhot.

In between reading clauses and sharing kisses, several things come to light:

She's a witch. (They happen to be hated by the werewolves.)
He's a werewolf. (Remember, they hate the witches.)
They're mates. (Talk about awkward.)

And, oh, vampires want them both dead. Isn't that just like them?

*Previously published by All Romance eBooks as Wicked Wolf, Wanton Witch.*




Review
Rachel isn’t quite sure how she was drafted into reviewing a legal document. She is a lawyer but when her late work night nets her the attention of Grant’s sentinel, she isn’t able to say no. But being in close proximity of the Alpha may make it impossible to hide that an enemy is hiding right under his nose.
The Billionaire Werewolf’s Witch by Celia Kyle is part of the Howls Romance series and does not need to be read in chronological order. Grant is determined to protect his pack. He knows something isn’t quite right and before he puts his signature on the dotted line he will know what he is agreeing to. I normally adore whatever Ms. Kyle writes but I must admit I struggled with this story. Not because it was poorly written. Not because the characters were poorly developed. Not even because it was a quick read. It was because it made absolutely no sense to me. I mean Grant owns a billion dollar corporation and he doesn’t have trusted pack attorneys on retainer or even in house. His pack would at least have educated members who could protect pack interests, right? He trusts an individual with no legal experience to review a contract…really? I just couldn’t look past the utter ridiculousness of having a college drop-out catch inconsistencies in a document that affected not only your business but also your pack. Once you look past, for me, a major plot hole, Ms. Kyle gave us believable chemistry between Grant and Rachel. I loved that Grant didn’t care that Rachel was more than a size 2. I wanted Grant to convince Rachel to give him a chance and thoroughly enjoyed his effort.
                           Four Twinkling Stars

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