After spending years in an arranged marriage as the repressed wife of an older man, Amanda Wainwright has learned the hard way that money can’t buy happiness. She arrives in Willow Creek, Montana determined to keep a deathbed promise to her husband and do something to help other people. When Amanda meets a handsome, mysterious stranger who tempts her with sweet promises and long nights of passion, she discovers a fiery, passionate nature that could lead her to disaster.
For Samuel Calhoun, falling in love wouldn’t just be foolish, it could be deadly. He’s on assignment as an undercover agent for the Secret Service. In order to maintain his secret identity he accepts an offer from a consortium of mine owners to seduce, humiliate and ruin the Widow Wainwright. Before long, Sam knows he’s met the woman who can banish the aching emptiness in his soul and he’s willing to risk everything – even his life – to be with her.
Sinclair Readford had reached the end of her rope, figuratively and literally. She hung out of the window of a whorehouse in nothing more than her unmentionables. To escape the disreputable establishment, the Eastern-bred lady had vowed to go to any length. However, when her fingers slipped and she plunged into the embrace of a ruggedly handsome cowboy, she wondered if she'd been saved or damned.
Jefferson McCloud had never had a woman fall out of the sky to land in his arms before. It was enough to turn a man into a lovesick fool. Especially when the woman was all long blond hair and soft white skin. He should have known immediately she'd be more trouble than the devil himself. But soon, the cowboy knew he'd ride to hell and back to earn the right to call the impertinent chatterbox his own.
Arrested for using her magical powers to protect herself, Catlin Glyndwr faces the hangman’s noose. Descended from a long line of elemental witches, she can control the wind and weather. But the worst
thing that can happen in 1664 England is to be charged with practicing of witchcraft. Especially when the accusation is true.
Sir Griffin Reynolds is visiting his closest childhood friend before embarking on a secret mission for King Charles II to the New World. When his friend becomes deathly ill while interrogating a beautiful woman accused of witchcraft, Griffin accepts her offer of help. In exchange for her freedom, she’ll heal his friend.
When Griffin and Catlin embark on a journey to Virginia to save the colony, they succumb to the temptation of a white hot passion that blazes between them. But a Dark Druid stalks Catlin, and if he can’t possess her and her magic -- no man will.
A beautiful witch discovers there’s more than one way to be wicked.
Mina is different and everyone in her small town knows it. Since her illness she's stayed within the confines of her father's toy shop, rarely venturing out in fear of being ridiculed. When an old friend appears in the shop on Christmas Eve, Mina is reminded of past losses and the bleak, lonely future she faces without love.
Bern is one of the Kaiser's personal guardsmen. He's chosen his military career over personal dreams, but when he enters the toyshop of an old friend, he's reminded of everything he gave up to be successful.
Mina and Bern rekindle a friendship that quickly grows into love, but Mina harbors a terrible secret that could destroy any future they might have together, and Bern is a soldier who must do his duty. Can these two lonely hearts find a way to be happy together?
Story: 8, Presentation: 9, Total: 17
Long and Short Reviews
Heat: Spicy, Rating: 4.5 Books
In her debut novel, Schneider delivers a sexy western romance that neatly combines a richly detailed historical setting with some uniquely entertaining characters.
Love Western Romances
Amusing, attention-grabbing and steamy, this book delivers.
RT Book Reviews
Crisp dialogue and enjoyable characters mark this lovely novel. The protagonists mature during their stormy relationship into a couple willing to express their love. In the midst of the romance the author deftly incorporates a suspense subplot.
Sibelle Stone writes a top-notch romance that is fast-paced, complex and rich in both historical details, witchcraft lore and truly intriguing characters! A genuinely lovely and sexually suspenseful historical romance, Stone delivers in her book one of The Mystic Moon Series set in an England very physically dangerous for the female protagonist. The shift to a seafaring voyage and the Virginia Colonies of the early 1600s only offers more challenges – both physically and emotionally – keeping this reader turning the pages to find out what was going to happen next and rooting for Caitlin the whole way. The only disappointment I experienced with this novel is reaching The End far too soon, and having to wait for the next book in the series!
Award-winning Romantic Suspense author Mary Buckham, co-author of Break Into Fiction™: 11 Steps to Building a Story That Sells
Whistle Down the Wind was a really great read. It definitely changed my opinion of historical romances – paranormal ones, at least. Four Quills.
Over a Cuppa Tea Reviews
If you’re looking for a paranormal historical book with fast-pace, then ‘Whistle Down The Wind’ by Sibelle Stone is the book that you’re looking for. The romance in is this book is not only enough to give you a white-hot orgasm one you flip the pages, but it’s intriguing as well. I love this book as the pace is really fast. The book is hard to put down too and I actually read this book twice even though I’m not really a fan of historical romance. I love how the author transports the readers from the modern world into the world of fantasy. The descriptions and the scenes described in the book is so vivid that I could have sworn that it is real.
The Book Maven
I loved this book. I really enjoyed all of the characters especially the sisters. I thought it was a good take on the witch hunts and the New World. I have never read a book that actually brought you to the New World and still incorporate the paranormal. I really look forward to the next book and Aelwyd’s story. She deserves a happy ending too. I hope it’s with who I think it will be, but not sure if that is possible. Overall, this was a very enjoyable book and I would highly recommend it for anyone who has read Lydia Dare’s books or Deborah Harkness’s books.