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A Werewolf Christmas

December 22nd, 2012 § 2

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Tis’ the season for werewolves! Ok, not really, but we’re going to mix the awesomeness that is werewolves with the amazing day that is Christmas. What better way to spend those chilly holiday nights than curled up with a Christmas werewolf book? Check out three holiday themed werewolf stories below!

(click titles to view on Amazon)

A Werewolf Christmas by C.M. Stunich
StunichA short story. Sylvia’s parents have just dropped a bomb on her. A big one. A colossal one. When they told her she could open an early Christmas present, she never expected ears and a tail, especially not connected to her person. Sylvia is just fine with being boring, thank you very much, and she would certainly prefer not to spend Christmas howling at the moon. With the most important date of her life tied to the holiday, Sylvia’s going to have to decide if she should tell her high school sweetheart the truth: I’m a werewolf. Includes full prologues and first chapters of eight other works in the back!

Wolfsbane and Mistletoe
Probably the most popular werewolf Christmas book. This anthology features a bunch of holiday-themed werewolf tales by a handful of bestselling authors. Charlaine Harris, Patricia Briggs, Keri Arthur, Rob Thurman, and Karen Chance, just to name a few.

Kitty’s Greatest Hits (Kitty Norville) by Carrie Vaughn
wolfsband-and-mistletoeNot exactly a Christmas book, BUT, one of the stories in here is set on Christmas day. Kitty Norville, star of a New York Times bestselling series, is everybody’s favorite werewolf DJ and out-of-the-closet supernatural creature. Kitty’s Greatest Hits not only gives readers some of Kitty’s further adventures, it offers longtime fans a window into the origins of some of their favorite characters. In “Conquistador de la Noche,” we learn the origin story of Denver’s Master vampire, Rick; with “Wild Ride,” we find out how Kitty’s friend T.J. became a werewolf; and in “Life is the Teacher,” we revisit Emma, the human-turned-unwilling-vampire who serves the aloof vampire Master of Washington, D.C. This entertaining collection includes two brand-new works: “You’re On the Air,” about one of Kitty’s callers after he hangs up the phone; and the eagerly awaited “Long Time Waiting,” the novella that finally reveals just what happened to Cormac in prison, something every Kitty fan wants to know.

There are a LOT of other werewolf Christmas books, but the vast majority of them are self-published romances and I know you guys well enough to know that’s not your thing.

- Moonlight

About the Author
Moonlight (aka Amanda) loves to write about, read about and learn about everything pertaining to werewolves and other supernatural beasties. She writes for top genre sites like Vampires.com and Werewolves.com. You will most likely find her huddled over a book of folklore with coffee in hand. You can stalk her via her Twitter.

 

About the Author

One of the writers for werewolves.com, as well as vampires.com.

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2 Responses to A Werewolf Christmas

  1. mikhail kerrigan says:

    have u read The Hunter From The Woods?

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