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Improved As It Went On
on 19 June 2013
I haven't read any of this author's previous books so didn't know the background.
I found the first book in this trilogy 'Wicked Werewolf Night' slow going because I didn't know the characters and it appeared to be a continuation of a previous encounter between Nico, the werewolf and Aylia, the witch. This story also gave me the feeling that the author was making up the story as she went along. Then, just when I was thinking that things couldn't get any worse for the characters involved, something happened and it was a rushed happy ever after ending.
By the second book 'Wicked Werewolf Secret', I had a much better grasp of the characters. I really enjoyed Kole's and Sarah's story. It was better thought out and was more readable. In fact, I think this was my favourite of the three.
The third story 'Wicked Werewolf Passion' told Shi's and Carmen's story and this was also a good read.
The only real criticism I have of these books is that there are quite a few homophone and typing errors. Once you get past these, the stories are worth reading.