Twisted: A Vampire Werewolf Freaky Friday by RA Winter

A curse has plagued the land of the witch and the only clue to save the world is in the form of a riddle. For centuries Tabitha has failed to release the death that has overtaken her world. Now, the vamps are mostly female, the werewolves are male. The witch must erase the curse before the land dies, but how can she convince these two warring species to work together before all is lost?
One last chance is dropped at her doorstep when a young vampire falls into her clutches. Darkness descends over their world as the witch comes up with one last scheme to save them all. Switch their bodies.

It’s the only way to make them work together, but will the two chosen ones tear each other apart, or save their world from death?

A Freaky-Friday romance.

A little about RA first:

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RA Winter loves to create magical worlds with strong female leads who grow into their love. Humor is a big part of her life and she brings a touch of it into all her stories. She promises a smile, a look beyond reality, and interesting characters in all her novels.

RA grew up in a small town in Indiana, surrounded by lakes, creeks, and woods were she stomped around as a child. She’s traveled the world and has called Germany, Turkey, Egypt, Jodan, and various US states home at one time or another.

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Karen Meyer’s Review: 5-Stars

Twisted by RA Winters

This short book is in a genre that I like, so I was anxious to read it and it did not disappoint me. The author did a good job of editing her work.

I was a little confused when I first starting reading Twisted, but then I understood that Kloane was a werewolf who had a curse put on him by a witch. His biggest fear was that he would be chained forever in the body of the wolf.

The vampire Ophelia was trying to save her sister from the curse of another witch that turned her into a monster.

The witch was going to die if she could not see true love. So she decided to get the wolf and the vampire together in hopes this would happen. Even though the wolf and the vampire were natural enemies, they were still physically attracted to each other. When they told the witch they would not work together she did a switch causing them to change bodies.

The fun began here with Kloane enjoying parts of his new body and Ophelia not being able to control one of her new body parts.

Love does bloom between the two and the witch lives. A fun book for adults only, and I would give it 5 stars.

Sherry Terry’s Review: 5-Stars

I love this book! The cover is colorful and speaks to exactly the type of story you’re going to get. It did for me anyway. The formatting is good, and the blurb is intriguing. Made me want to pick it up and read it.

And boy am I glad I did read it. Talk about a twist on a Freaky Friday scenario, Twisted has it all.  Imagine if you woke up tomorrow as the opposite sex. What’s the first thing you would do? Me, I would probably have blisters from playing with it. Just sayin’.

RA Winter has done a fabulous job of bringing together a male werewolf and a female vampire in a hot love story. A curse has fallen upon both species, and the only way for them to be able to switch to human form is to do the bidding of a witch. When she sees they are attracted to each other, she switches their bodies.

Twisted is hilarious and never misses a beat with the action. Whether you like vampires, werewolves, romance, or body-switching, you should give this a read. This book is very well done.

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