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When Dustin Walker’s witchcraft awakens, he discovers he harbors a leviathan, one that could destroy him - and his family - should he fail to learn how to control his powers. 

Dustin Walker first appeared in the Witch & Wolf stand-alone novel Beneath a Blood Moon and is featured in the majority of stories in this anthology. 

While some of these stories were first revealed to newsletter subscribers, there are numerous never-before-heard tales in this volume. 

In addition to Dustin’s stories, you will find tales featuring characters from the Witch & Wolf world and Requiem for the Rift King world, along with a single story from the zany Magical Romantic Comedy (with a Body Count) world. Double Trouble: A Magical Romantic Comedy (with a Body Count) is also available outside of this anthology.

©2019 RJ Blain (P)2020 RJ Blain

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This is a key book in the Witch and Wolf World

Water Witch is not a lengthy novel. It is a series of novellas following the main character, Dustin Walker, from when his powers as a water witch emerge through his learning to cope with his new powers, and finding his way forward with these new powers.

This book is important to the entire series because it gives a foundation to other books in the Witch and Wolf world. We are introduced to what it means to be a water witch (at least for Dustin). This understanding plays an important part in other books like Beneath a Blood Moon where an older Dustin plays an important part.

As well, we are introduced to some characters that we see in later novels. We meet Mathew Sander - Dustin’s Uncle, and we Charles and Wendy Desmond – These are recurring characters in many of the Witch and Wolf novels. Sander’s story is told, several years in the future, in the novel Beneath a Blood Moon.

Included with this book is a short story – A Christmas to Remember and Richard - Alpha. This is the story of how Richard and Alex Murphy came to Yellowknife. These characters are regulars in the other Witch and Wolf novels.

I can’t tell you how happy I was when I was reading The Winter Wolf to find Richard and Alex, and Desmond were part of the story.

The stories by themselves are very entertaining but for me they gave that feeling of "coming home" when I recognized the characters in other novels. I had to go back and re-read the other books with that little bit of background information provided in Water Witch.

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