Title:Â Whistle Down The Wind
Genre:Â Paranormal Romance
Number of Pages:Â 278
Publisher:Â Moon Valley Publishing
If you’re looking for a paranormal historical book with fast-pace, then ‘Whistle Down The Wind’ by Sibelle Stone is the book that you’re looking for. The romance in is this book is not only enough to give you a white-hot orgasm one you flip the pages, but it’s intriguing as well. I love this book as the pace is really fast. The book is hard to put down too and I actually read this book twice even though I’m not really a fan of historical romance. I love how the author transport the readers from the modern world into the world of fantasy. The descriptions and the scenes described in the book is so vivid that I could have sworn that it is real.
I would highly recommend this book to all those paranormal romance lovers. This is one of those great, hard to put down 2 hour read kind book. I enjoyed this book very much and I rate this book a 4 out of 5 stars.
I received an ARC of this book from the publisher and I was not required to write a positive review for this book. I was not compensated in any ways for witing this review.
Arrested for using her magical powers to protect herself, Catlin Glyndwr faces the hangmanâ€™s noose. Descended from a long line of elemental witches, she can control the wind and weather. But the worst thing that can happen in 1664 England is to be charged with practicing of witchcraft. Especially when the accusation is true.
Sir Griffin Reynolds is visiting his closest childhood friend before embarking on a secret mission for King Charles II to the New World.
When his friend becomes deathly ill while interrogating a beautiful woman accused of witchcraft, Griffin accepts her offer of help. In exchange for her freedom, sheâ€™ll heal his friend.
When Griffin and Catlin embark on a journey to Virginia to save the colony, they succumb to the temptation of a white hot passion that blazes between them. But a Dark Druid stalks Catlin, and if he canâ€™t possess her and her magic — no man will.
A beautiful witch discovers thereâ€™s more than one way to be wicked
About the author:
Sibelle Stone is the pseudonym for award winning historical romance author Deborah Schneider. Sibelle writes sexy steampunk and paranormal stories, filled with mad scientists, dirigibles, automatons, and creatures that would scare the panties off Deborah. In her spare time Sibelle enjoys dressing up in Victorian ensembles, modding play guns into something that looks a bit more sinister and wearing hats.