How to Train Your Werewolf
Aurelia da Marcos is the only pure blood female vampire left to the Marcos house. Upon gaining her immortality at twenty-one,21 Aurelia became Caden Marcos’s betrothed. Unfortunately, when Caden’s business tanks the immortal council puts a werewolf watchman on the coven to monitor its affairs. Can the three figure out a way to save the coven all while navigating the rough waters of their mutual attraction to each other?
How to Train Your Witch
Aurelia, Caden, and Winter escaped the wrath of the council once before. Until a witch shows up looking to verify their claim of love and devotion. Or uncover truth that Aurelia bewitched the men in her life.
Abel is unlike any man Aurelia has ever met. Unlike her vampire and werewolf lovers, a witch is a new kind of challenge.
What happens to love when magic enters the game?
I purchased this book.
I am like a Monica super fan. I love how she can turn classic lit into modern stories. When I saw she published this naughty little number I grabbed it because I haven’t really ready anything of hers that is over the top naught plus its RH….SOLD!!
This story is about the love triangle of Caden, Winter and Aurelia. Caden and Aurelia are the first couple to hook up but when we get Caden in the story it makes the duo a much stronger triumvirate.
The scenes are super hawt and very yummy to read if you want a sexy fun novella then this is it for you.
The 2nd story in the book is an addition to Aurelia’s harem of men with the addition of Abel. He wasn’t the most honest of men when he approached our trio so when everything happens, we learn a lot more about this group then before.
I would love to read more from the story and hope Monica can write more. Abel wasn’t in the boo klong enough and I REALLY want a Caden/Winter SCENE! JUSY SAYING!!
Monica Corwin is a New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author. She is an outspoken writer attempting to make romance accessible to everyone, no matter their preferences. As a Northern Ohioian, Monica enjoys snow drifts, three seasons of weather, and a dislike of Michigan football. Monica owns more books about King Arthur than should be strictly necessary. Also typewriters…lots and lots of typewriters.