Heart of a Hero
#3, Witches of Whitewood
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Star crossed, forbidden lovers… Romeo & Juliet ain’t got nothin’ on Paul & Sylvie...
Sylvie Proulx's Valentine's date is the official Gold Medal finalist of the Douche Olympics. Her day gets topped off when the love of her life enters the restaurant/bar with his date for the night.
Paul Banfield is on a blind date for Valentine's Day. When a ruckus distracts him, he sees the love of his life, Sylvie, rushing from the restaurant. It's been two years since he's seen her and her pull hasn't waned.
Will these fated lovers get their chance at happily ever after, or will a death-bed promise by Sylvie's alpha keep them apart and suffering for the rest of their lives?
Praise for Heart of a Hero:
“Each of the books in the Witches of Whitewood introduces more characters that will have [you] hoping the next book is released quickly. I can’t wait, that’s for sure.”
A very heart warming and endearing tale. Paul and Sylvia seemed destined to never be together in spite of the undeniable pull they both felt. This writer breathed life into both these characters quickly, and drew me into their turmoil . I wont talked about what they go through, but I am able to say, it was impossible for me to not keep reading. I flew through these pages and loved every minute. This writer did not fail to deliver in this emotionally charged shifter romance! This voluntary review is based against an advance copy.
A sweet and feel good short paranormal novella!
A sweet and feel good short novella that draws you into the story of Sylvie, a werewolf, and Paul, a human. Sylvie gives up her fated mate instead of exposing past secrets and promises that haunt her family and pack. Fate has a funny way of drawing things together that are meant to be and Paul and Sylvie cannot escape the magic of fated mates. With a HEA that leaves you longing for more, the story will almost bring you to tears but leaves you with a smile for another great read in the Witches of Whitewood series. My voluntary review is based upon a review copy.