If you have a kindle you know that one of the joys of it is that you get that instant gratification that comes from finding something and having it to read almost as soon as you can form the thought of reading it. It is as close to instant karma as we are ever going to get. But sometimes you are in the mood for a very specific kind of book and that is the only thing that will fulfill that need. Werewolf tales definitely fall into this category.
I love all kinds of writing, read everything from biographies to poetry to fan vampire tales and more. And so I understand wanting to read genre fiction when the hunger hits you. So here are a couple of fun little romps through the land of werewolves for those of us lucky enough to have a kindle to read them on. If you are a Prime Amazon member these guys are free, if not they are only a buck. They are kind of like fast food in book form for those of us who just need a nice snack now and again.
Silver Moon by Rebecca Rogers– Candra isn’t sure why she gets sent to visit her aunt and uncle when she is seventeen, she is just told it is for her own good. What she soon finds out is that in a few months she will begin the transformation to a werewolf. Soon she is having dreams, where a shadowy stranger warns her to leave. But she can’t and soon finds out why she needs to listen to the dream. Because there are rival wolfpacks who want to control her, and she has fallen in love with the leader of the wrong pack.
Blood of a Werewolf by T. Lynne Tolles – In a small town two sisters are more than they appear, they are witches. But they have been kept in the dark about their abilities until the two hunky guys move in next door, who just happen to be brothers and vampires. But the ones who hunt the men arrive and they kidnap one of the sisters and inject her with werewolf blood. Soon the two brothers and two sisters are on the hunt themselves, for an elusive werewolf that can help, if they can convince him that the vampires can be trusted.
The Forsaken Boy by Troy Tradup – Brandon Turner has been a loner all his life. The town he lives in has never accepted him, in fact they have always taunted him and given him names like creep and weirdo or even Tonto. They have never accepted him because he is half white and half Indian, and so he is part of neither. But life is just about to get even stranger, because one night while walking alone he discovers a change in him. It is a change that is about to give him the power of vengeance whenever the full moon comes around.
There – now wasn’t that just a great quick snack to take care of that little nagging need? If we wanted the full course meal we would be reading the book or even watching ten episodes of True Blood. But for that quick pick me up, nothing quite satisfies like a little free werewolf on my kindle!