The Witch’s Guide to Werewolves by Naomi Clark

The Witch’s Guide to Werewolves by Naomi Clark
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: LGBTQ, Paranormal, Romance, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Moonflower

Callie McIntyre believes in a lot of things. She believes in tarot cards and moon magic, and that’s the reason her last girlfriend left her. But she never believed in werewolves until she meets Devon Miller out in the woods one night.
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Devon’s story is crazy, but who’s Callie to argue about it? With a full moon fast approaching, Callie is determined to help Devon tackle her fears. Sure, neither of them know a thing about werewolves, but with another reluctant lyncathrope in tow and all Callie’s witchy optimism at work, surely they can get through Devon’s first full moon in one piece… Right?

Callie uses new moon magic to release the old and welcome in the new, including her ex-girlfriend. The new comes in the form of a female crying in the woods, telling her she has been changed into a werewolf.

This novella is light-hearted and moves along at a fair pace whilst still giving you plenty of time to process the story, situations and characters. Callie is a wonderful character who stands firm in what she believes and her optimism for the future. Devon struggles with her werewolf side as she is stressed considering her first change. Together, these two are magical! Callie has realizations of her own as she works with Devon which only enhanced the story.

This is the only book by this author I have read but, based on this, she is definitely an author I will keep an eye out for in the future. A brilliant book absolutely recommended by me.

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