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Beyond the Veil (Book 1 of Shadow Walkers)

ByJane- Happy Camper on January 8, 2017
Format: Kindle Edition
OMG-WOW. .shadow-walkers, demons, portals, Netherworld, and veils, with Seers and Warlocks.. and Marie Laveau.. what a story. Details are intricate. .the story is intriguing and exciting. I love the characters. And am surprised by the story line… It took me differently than I thought it would.
Aubrie Sinclair, a seer from a long line of empaths -meets-Logan Latimar, an ex-Navy SEAL, and warlock. Now Girl meets Navy Seal is enough to be a super Hot read, but then add the paranormal to it and WOW!! Logan returns from war to work in his brother’s garage, but war doesn’t leave him, the dreams come, and they seem to bring not only the past but the present with them. Aubrie is not only a seer, but a budding author who lives alone with her two dogs, and a horse out in the country and gets visits from a friendly shadow-walker at times. But now she’s pulled into dreams of a war with the hometown hero Logan while being stalked by a demon portraying himself as a shadow-walker.
Will she help Logan with his dreams? And will he rescue her from them and her own trouble with her stalker too? And will Love, the purest form of good help both? I don’t give away spoilers, just advice. READ THIS FANTASTIC BOOK!!

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Kellie Herold, You fall in love with Ty

S Nem Remy wrote:  “My next read is by Catherine Wolffe.”

Wendy Ely wrote: “I wish I could like your books a hundred times!”

“People…if you haven’t liked, tagged, and bought this book I don’t know what you’re waiting for? Catherine Wolffe is an amazing author!!”  

The Lady in the Mist (The Western Werewolf Legend #1) www.amazon.com
Kellie wrote: “I started reading your book last night >>OMG !!! I love it …I am at ch. 5 already”

Nanee McGee “The Lady in the Mist, sounds great! I have a thing for werewolf stories!”

What are your favorite paranormal novels?  Kellie Herold wrote:
“The Vampire From Hell Series by Ally Thomas and the Vampire Destiny Series by Alexandra Anthony And A Lady in the Mist by Catherine Wolffe

CL wrote: “A Must Read by Catherine Wolffe !! Please head to amazon.com and get your copy today.”

“Check out Catherine Wolffe ‘s book for only .99 cents …once you start reading you won’t be able to put it down !!”

Brenda Talley Southard posted on Award-winning Author Catherine Wolffe’s timeline“I loved “Lady in the Mist.” Will there be a follow-up to this story? If so, any projected date? This one was definitely a keeper. Also, is “Comanche Haven” the book before this one and a history of Ty’s family?”

Hi Catherine,
Michelle Iacona commented on her Wall post.
Michelle Iacona wrote: “I will definitely be checking this out, and encourage my readership to do likewise! Thanks so much for coming by and letting me know! I hope you have great luck with it–you certainly deserve it. You are an excellent talent, Ms. Wolffe!”

On Amazon

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Sample read, October 28, 2012
By
Samantha (Belfry, Kentucky, USA) – See all my reviews
This review is from: The Lady in the Mist (A Werewolf’s Tale) – Sample (Kindle Edition)

I only read the sample, but it seems like a very good book!!! It’s during war time and about werewolves what else could you want?

5.0 out of 5 stars, Entertaining, good read, recommended! January 6, 2013
By Mina M  This review is from: The Lady in the Mist (A Werewolf’s Tale) – Sample (Kindle Edition) 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 wolves. Then, she finds a dying rebel, Ty Loflin, mends his wounds and brings him back to life.

I must say that I was hooked on 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.

4.0 out of 5 stars Wow!!, November 14, 2012
By Cmt – This review is from: The Lady in the Mist (A Werewolf’s Tale) – Sample (Kindle Edition) It’s amazing I could not ask for a better read although it was a little short would never read it again
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Read !! October 10, 2012

By K. Herrold  Format: Kindle Edition|Amazon Verified Purchase  

As I started reading A Lady in the Mist, i was sucked right into the story. I felt like I was back in the civil war era. The descriptions of the scenes were GREAT !!Since I live only an hour away from the Gettysburg battlefields.I could actually see the story, feel and smell what the characters were doing at that moment. I’m hoping we get to know more of this Amazing story! THANK YOU, Ms. Wolfe for writing an awesome book !!  

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars My first time! November 19, 2012

By Karen A. Huffman 

Format: Kindle Edition  
This was the first time I’d read anything from this author. Add that this was also a new genre to me, I have to say that I was pleasantly surprised by the talent of the author as well as the characters and plot. I can’t wait for the next book to be released!
On Smashwords
For The Lady in the Mist – Review by Michelle Iacona on July 24, 2012: star star star star star
“The sensation of spiraling downward sluiced over her in a sickening wash of fear…” (Hopefully this won’t wind up a double-post; if so, I apologize) I usually avoid anything with romance in the description, but as a Southern writer, the premise for this upcoming ebook caught my attention, and I am very glad it did! For those who enjoy the genre, this will definitely be a treat; for those, like myself, who avoid the genre like the plague, this serves as a welcome surprise and a well-earned reminder not to judge a book by its cover. Ms. Wolffe has a fantastic way with words that draws you in and keeps you there. The only criticism I can give is that the piece could use a good once-over for grammar and typos in a couple of areas. Amazing work….
On Barnes and Noble
alarkin  A great read, I found really enjoyable. I’m glad I picked up this sample!

 Good sampler – Although this was only a sample of the actual book, the first couple of chapters were entertaining and peaks your interest to know what happens next. I tried searching for the book but could not find it.

Posted January 6, 2013

 I loved the book! It’s engaging, entertaining, the characters are well developed, and the pace is very good!

Posted December 16, 2012

 I enjoyed this book very much.  The characters were vivid, and the budding relationship between two enemies played out perfectly!

alarkin Posted December 6, 2012,  Vivid and real – This story is a vivid and real account of the western world from long ago. I loved seeing the interaction Seth and his love, Celia went through to find one another again. A great read!

Posted December 6,

 A new fan – I’m a new fan of western romances because of Catherine Wolffe’s first book here. Celia and Seth are meant for each other, and it’s delightful to see their relationship unfold. Looking forward to more!

Posted December 6, 2012

 Awesome

I loved reading this book. Catherine Wolffe did a wonderful job of explaining the characters. I can’t wait for more!

alarkin

Posted December 6, 2012,  So nice 

Time travel romance with great characters weaved by Ms. Wolffe. I can’t wait to read the next book in this series!

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