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Cheri Scotch

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Oct 1992
The Werewolf's Kiss is the first book in "The Werewolf Trilogy," a ground-breaking trilogy that follows the history of a clan of werewolves centered around New Orleans. This is the story of Sylvie Marley, a rare creature drawn to the Moon and the night with the urge to run wild in the bayous. She is also in love with the young, handsome werewolf Lucien Drago, son of the Duchess de Marais. She too could be a werewolf if she chose, called as she is by the spirit of the Moon and the family's werewolf curse. Although her father, Andrew Marley managed to lift the curse, Sylvie still has the choice between the life she craves as a werewolf and the life of a normal young woman. However, that choice may be taken from her by a madman seeking power as the new king of the Voodoos. To prove himself, he intends to force Sylvie to become a werewolf with his magic, thereby sealing her fate, and her life, unless he is stopped.
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"What Anne Rice has done for vampires, Cheri Scotch [does] for werewolves...stunning...action-packed...a must-read book." -Rave Reviews; "A delightful boiling cauldron of werewolves, Voodoo queens, and black magic. Cheri Scotch has established herself as the new reigning queen of chilling, erotic horror."-Ray Garton, award-winning author of Live Girls and Dark Channel; "A fast-paced story that reveals the secret life of the modern-day werewolf amidst the rich decadence of New Orleans." -Lori Herter, bestselling author of Obsession. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Werewolf Love 16 Mar 2002
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I read all three Scotch werewolf books. They are certainly different. I love werewolf books because they are all so different. Every author has a completely different take.
What is so interesting about Cheri Scotch's series is that she manages to combine so many different elements in relatively short books. These books have it all. We have mystery/detective work; historical background and sweeping drama; we have several love stories; supernatural, including voodoo and of course, werewolf folklore; interesting backdrops of New Orleans, as well as other interesting places. We also have interesting personal relationships: parent/child; lovers; revenge; friendship....But most of all, good triumphing over evil. Oh, did I mention the religious storyline? You name an element, it is here.
These books manage to combing countless characters, most of which are included in all three books; and countless storylines without being unhinged or confusing. Holt manages to go back and forth in time periods with different characters and pull it all together in the end.
I liked Cheri Holt's take on how one becomes a werewolf. Her ideas were very different than I have read. I also liked the way she dragged voodoo in and made it part of the wolf-lore. The details of voodoo were as interesting as the wolf details.
I am not going to go into the plotlines of these books, because frankly, I don't think I could. They are all just too complex to describe...and believe me I tried. I was trying to sum it up for a friend and failed miserably.
What I would like to know, is where is Cheri Holt? Why did she write three great books almost ten years ago people are still raving about and then disappear? And where are the book publishers? Hello!! Can we say reprint here? There are still buckets off money to made with her wonderful books...
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A Unique Tale 24 July 2003
By jenjaylynn - Published on
I am not a regular reader of Lycanthropy (Werewolf) books however I decided to give this one a try. I found out that I have been missing out. This book is an excellent read. This book is just one of three. I look forward to the other two. (2nd coming out in October 2003 & the 3rd coming out in January 2004) Buy this book & you will not be disappointed.
8 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars absolutely the best werewolf book written 28 Aug 1998
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Cheri scotch is the cream of the crop for werewolf lovers. instead of writting werewolves a demonic monsters like most writers do. she write of a werewolf who is both human and so much more. I wish she would write more books about werewolves. To Qoute someone "she does for werewolves what Anne Rice did for Vampire".
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A FANTASTIC Book!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 15 Feb 2005
By YellowLab'02 - Published on
The Werewolf's Kiss gives the reader a look at the Louisiana werewolves. It draws the reader into the close-knit community of the werewolves. The characters backgrouds are explained with great clarity! You'll have no trouble finding a character to root for! The reader will feel like they are one of the werewolf community in this book. The character's worries and fears become the reader's worries and fears. The last few chapters are sure to have the reader on the edge of their seat!! This is a must-read for any fan of werewolf literature!!!!!
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Running Wild 4 Mar 2004
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I really enjoyed this book. It is a keeper that you can reread and enjoy over and over again. The story is great and the characters are really believable. If you enjoy werewolf books or other books along this line you will enjoy reading this book.
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