Review: Witches & Wolves by Kelly D. Smith

Witches & wolvesDescription: Life in the woods is usually fairly quiet, which suits Tory perfectly. She can focus on her witchcraft without the noise of the city or nosy neighbors, and the only visitor she gets is her ex-boyfriend—until late one night when she opens the door to find an unfamiliar wolf who promptly curls up in Tory’s bed and falls fast asleep.

Long used to wolves, Tory lets her be, and has no complaints at all when the morning reveals the wolf to be a beautiful woman. New to being a wolf, out in the woods to learn control and get more comfortable with her new life, Gee eagerly accepts when Tory offers to help her—and she doesn’t seem opposed to any other offers Tory might make.

But not everyone approves of werewolves, and Gee isn’t the only new visitor to the woods…

Rating: 2/5 stars

Cover: Sooo beautiful, I want it framed on my wall

Review: This is a story I won’t remember for very long. I wasn’t able to lose myself in it and I had the feeling there were some mistakes in it? I can’t tell you more without spoilering, so I’ll only say, that A is stated and a few pages later the opposite of A is said (and then it goes back to the original A). And I was really surprised how badly werewolves – or at least Gee – hear. The witch notices everything but the werewolf sleeps undisturbed?

The relationship between Tory and Gee doesn’t make sense in my eyes, because everything is happening so fast and there is no true development (kinda insta-love-y).

If you are interested, the book will be published on September 23rd. You can buy it here.

I was provided an ARC by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you.

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7 thoughts on “Review: Witches & Wolves by Kelly D. Smith

    • I am sad too because I haven’t read any f/f shifter stories before, so I was really hyped. Well okay, the Kate Kane Paranormal Investigator series deals a tiny little bit with a female werewolf, but still.

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