Wolf Town

Wolf Town A love story about a werewolf a witch and an odd little New England town Amy Linden has a boring job and lives a boring life or so it seems But secretly Amy is a witch who was raised by a family of

  • Title: Wolf Town
  • Author: Bridget Essex
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 363
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A love story about a werewolf, a witch and an odd little New England town Amy Linden has a boring job and lives a boring life or so it seems But secretly, Amy is a witch who was raised by a family of witchy women who taught her how to cast spells, chat with ghosts and how to brew a truly enchanting cup of coffee Nursing a broken heart after her girlfriend just left her,A love story about a werewolf, a witch and an odd little New England town Amy Linden has a boring job and lives a boring life or so it seems But secretly, Amy is a witch who was raised by a family of witchy women who taught her how to cast spells, chat with ghosts and how to brew a truly enchanting cup of coffee Nursing a broken heart after her girlfriend just left her, Amy s feeling a little stifled by her small town life When her aunt sends her a letter asking Amy to come run her caf in Wolf Town, Maine, while she vacations, Amy is prepared for some strong coffee, a little witchcraft and a lot of breakfast specials And a fresh start But nothing could have prepared her for Wolf Town itself Populated by werewolves, fairy hordes and lake monsters, the strange, secluded town isn t exactly what Amy was expecting Then she meets Morgan the daughter of the werewolf patriarch of Wolf Town, not to mention the most gorgeous lady Amy has ever seen When their eyes meet, Amy is utterly spellbound, and she knows that Morgan is the woman meant for her But even destined love can sometimes be impossible, and Wolf Town has its dark past Are Morgan and Amy meant to be together, or will Wolf Town s secrets destroy them and the town itself WOLF TOWN is a light hearted, fantastical romance that will take you on a journey you ll never forget It is approximately 57,000 words several days worth of reading or so.

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    1. “Wolf Town” is a Bridget Essex story published in 2014 that was released on Audible in October 2017. Her stories are very hit or miss for me, but even the stories I didn’t like are usually very well written. Essex uses lots of narrators, and this is the first book Marina Barrett has narrated….if that is really her name! One of my favorite narrators, used twice by Essex, is Maria Marquis. I know Essex, like other authors, has published under more than one name. I have no idea why a narrat [...]

    2. I wanted to like this book. I really, really did. The writing was beautiful (a little redundant and overly artsy fartsy at times), and the premise. A lesbian witch moving to a fantasy town and meeting her happily ever after werewolf? And that gorgeous cover? Cue the girlish squeee's of joy. Finally.And then the reality sunk in. Toss any idea of a broom-riding, curse-making, spell-churning wicked witch out the window, and you get Amethyst "Amy" Linden, a 30 year old, New-Agey witch still living w [...]

    3. 4.5 stars. This was a really fun, delightful tale. It was filled with so much imagination and it felt fresh, like nothing I'd read before. From the first sentence I was hooked. I got the feeling that the author wrote it with a smile on her face, it just had so much spirit and goodness in it. This author definitely has talent. I'll be sure to check out her other books. I Most definitely recommend reading this one.

    4. This was so hard to slog through and definitely not worth the time. Weak story, little to no character development this seems to rely on the idea of paranormal lesbians being a cool enough concept that no actual work needed to be done. The author and editor, if there was such a person, clearly did not have any fucks to give as evidenced by the enactment of a ‘witchy’ scene from ‘Hamlet’ complete with “double, double, toil, and troubles” 🙄🙄

    5. Good readWould have enjoyed it more if the witches had stood as one against the fairies. Why bring them all to the Halloween celebration and leave them out. Also couldn't they have done a protection spell?

    6. Disclaimer - I'm adding just about every book I read in 2016 to in December. I probably read this in March. I read a ton of lesbian romance novels this year. Maybe 1/4 of them were by this author. This one was not my least favorite, but not as good as some of her others, in my opinion. I like that it might be setting up a cool kinda Halloween-town of supernatural beings, but that doesn't seem like it's really going anywhere (kind of a shame). The main characters have that "I don't really know y [...]

    7. A fantastic read!Another excellent book from Bridget. Her books always take me away for a little while and this one is no exception. I loved the odd little town, the werewolves, the fairy hordes, the lake monsters and not to mention, the witches. Can you fall in love with a werewolf? Can you live in such a little town with all his weird characters? I do! I truly enjoyed it and I certainly recommend this to everyone. It's well worth the read.

    8. Oh my gosh - I loved this book! It was the perfect Autumn read. I did have some tiny issues with it - there were a few grammatical issues and a little piece of the story didn't tie together enough for me, BUT the story line was great, the characters were believable, the romance was charming. I completely adored this book.

    9. Stuff that dreams are made of.I've actually read this book twice. It's a great story full of all the fantasy one could put in a book. I found myself wishing I could find a place like this. I loved all the character's in this book. They kept the story adventurous. Bridget keep up the great work. This one's definitely keeper my friend.

    10. Lots of love. Love of autumn, love of books, love of each other. Even the bad guys are really not bad. Its a simple but refreshing read.

    11. OMG I loved this book. It had a little bit of everything in it to make it so magical! I still can't believe I won this book over Christmas. Thank you so much for a wonderful read! :) Juli

    12. A true love story.I found this to be a true love story. Mystery, lovers, and adventure was all in this story. A must read.

    13. Think of classic lesbian lit Love Spell, mixed with a little Daniel Pinkwater (the aliens). Romantic, eccentric, very comforting reading.

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