My rating: 5 of 5 stars
If you like old-fashioned gentlemanly manners in a hot guy who just happens to turn into a werewolf once in a while, you will LIKE this book! Add in a little time travel, romance, action, history, a beautiful school teacher, a rich town playboy with a secret past, a love story or two, murder, and a villainous alpha werewolf and you will LOVE this book!
Colonel Caleb DeCardian, formerly of the Civil War, now of the 21st century because of a freak shower of 'ball lightning,' not only has to deal with the trauma of being thrust into the future, but turns all furry and dangerous every 29 days. He was cursed by a former friend to life as a werewolf. Add to that, the fact that said former friend also got sent to the 21st century, is also a more powerful werewolf and is out to kill Caleb, now hardly seems the time for Caleb to be falling in love, especially when he wants to go home to the 19th century without the hated curse.
Enter Arianna Hart, Civil War buff, school teacher, and everything Caleb could want. She is a force to be reckoned with, as well as sweet, spicy, and also attracted to Caleb.
Mae Clair has colored outside the lines in writing this book. Sure, there are a 'few' paranormal romances out there that 'may' mention time travel, werewolves, good guys, bad guys, stuff like that, but the way this book is put together will get under your skin from page one! A book like WEATHERING ROCK is why I love to read! The characters are lifelike, they have emotions, they have depth! The scenes are well-crafted and intense. There are twists and turns! There are moments that choked me up. There is one character in particular that completely took me by surprise in the best way!
WEATHERING ROCK is definitely a romantic, warm, feel-good tale with some of the most powerful scenes I have ever read! Did I mention 'didn't see that one coming' twists that grab at your heart?
Loved this book! Watching for more from this author!
Mae Clair was kind enough to offer this book in exchange for an honest review. Thank you, Mae!
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