Quick Review of She-Wulf by Sheryl Steines

I was sick for about five days last week. During that time I managed to finish four books. I know, right? Three were for upcoming blog tours and one was from my review list. This post is about that one book. I finally finished She Wulf, the second book in the Annie and Cham series by Sheryl Steines. The first book, The Day of First Sun, was one of my very first reviews on this blog.

About She WulfAnnie is sent through an ancient time portal with only a prophecy to guide her; she struggles with a new destiny as she tries to figure out a way to destroy an un-killable demon and return home.
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I have to say I think this is better than the first one. I mean, Day of First Sun was fun and exciting, but for some reason I liked She-Wulf more. I think the writing has improved and the story flowed more easily. Also, I found the pacing to be just a tad bit faster and it wasn’t too difficult not to be pulled in by the story because something was always happening. Must be why I finished this book rather quickly.

I liked that the main characters, have grown in some way, although they have also grown more annoying for some reason, but that’s just me. I’m talking about Annie and Cham and their lovesick ways. Tsk. Anyway, I liked that they will be doing more growing and changing after the events that transpired in this book. I’ve gotten over comparing this series with Harry Potter so now it just feels like a fun magical fantasy series. I would still be interested in what happens next. :)

I received a review copy of this book at no cost and with no obligations. All opinions and views expressed here are my own.

Read an excerpt here.

About the author

Behind the wheel of her ’66 Mustang Convertible, Sheryl is a constant surprise, using her sense of humor and relatable style make her books something everyone can enjoy. Visit Sheryl on her website, Twitter, Facebook, or GoodReads.

About The Day of First Sun

A vampire, a rogue wizard and an army of soulless zombies are par for the course for Annie Pearce and Bobby “Cham” Chamsky of the Wizard’s Guard. But when the non-magical princess, Amelie of Amborix, is murdered by magical means, a deeper plot unfolds.

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