The Lady in the Mist (A Werewolf's Tale - Free Sample)

ABOUT Catherine Wolffe

Catherine Wolffe
 Writing is a wonder-filled world I love to immerse myself in every chance I get. I'm thrilled to share the experience one story at a time.
Western romance is More...


The Civil War took Sonja Brooks' husband and left her alone. Unprotected and scared, she runs headlong into a life changing event when she's attacked by a pack of wolves. Her fate as a werewolf is sealed. When she stumbles upon Ty Loflin, a Rebel solider dying of his wounds, she nurses him back to health. He's the perfect mate, but will he want her once he knows the truth? 

In this free sample entitled, The Lady in the Mist, A Werewolf's Tale at 7,000 words, Catherine Wolffe weaves a blend of western romance with paranormal elements involving werewolves and vampires. The Lady in the Mist (The Western Werewolf Legend #1 is the complete story of Sonja and Ty in this new series by the author (published October 2012).

The Civil War is the backdrop for a story of two people struggling to survive, who find each other at the worst possible time in their lives. One bound by duty must battle the latest challenge while the other has a secret she must hide at all costs.

Sonja Brooks is a young widow who lost her husband in the civil war. She goes through a life changing event when she is attacked by a pack of wolfs. Then, she finds a dying rebel, Ty Loflin, mends his wounds, and brings him back to life.
I must say that I was hooked to the book from the first page. Award winning author Catherine Wolffe is a wordsmith. Her pace is consistent, her characters are well developed, and although I was not familiar with the genre-- well, the truth is that the author experiments with a mix of genres such as vampires, werewolves at a different era, etc-- I plan to read Catherine Wolffe's other books.


I only read the sample but it seems like a very good book!!! Its during war time and about warewolves what else could you want?


An easy read. Keeps you entertained. Easy to follow if you have to put it down for some reason. Though that is hard to do.