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A Winter Tale: With Marshmallows (Creating Home Series #1)

3.82 of 5 stars 3.82  ·  rating details  ·  51 ratings  ·  7 reviews
No winter night is complete without marshmallows.

Pregnant and on the run, Mona Renalds is a werewolf with trouble nipping at her heals. She wants a new life for herself and the twins she’s carrying. Embracing the future can’t happen until she finds an alpha male strong enough to take on her former pack leader.

Chris Meyters is alpha of Haven Pack. Mild mannered and progress
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Published December 6th 2010 by Lyrical Press, inc.
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Short and very very sweet.
Katina Ferguson
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Monica’s Review

A Winter Tale with Marshmallows by Stephanie Beck is a sweet short story that will have you warmed up as if you were drinking hot chocolate with marshmallows. The two characters in this story Mona, the pregnant female that has ran away from her pack, has fallen in love with Chris, the alpha of his pack, Haven. The scene of the story is so cozy, taking place in the winter time around Christmas time with snow and all. The perfect time to welcome new additions to what you would hope
This was a really good short read. It had great potential for a longer story, and wish it had been.
The BookChick
2.5 stars

Unfortunately, the book was just meh. It had the basic elements of a shifter story but lacked depth. I didn't feel that the characters connected with each other on an emotional level. They acknowledged each other as mates and were attracted to one another but there was never a profession of love between them.
Stephanie Beck
Nov 02, 2010 Stephanie Beck rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
Love this story! A wonderful way to get into the winter spirit. Touches of Christmas but also so much more with the paranormal aspect. Reading it actually makes me hungry for a big cup of coco with a pepermint stick and a chocolate chip cookie :)
A short sweet read
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Stephanie Beck is a full time mom, part time writer and ameture speller.

She's been writing since she was fifteen. Her first novel, "Love on the Mats" was a graphic, heartwarming tale of a wrestler and a cutie coed which was lovingly edited by the c-squad basketball team on the long bus rides throughout the season. They were all sure it would be published and it still has a home in a
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