REVIEW: A Promise on White Wings by RE Butler


Taken in by a bear den as a child, Danika doesn't know what she is, only that she’s all alone in the world. A visit to a bear den in Northern Ohio brings her face to face with her future in the form of two males who are meant to be her mates. She discovers that she’s not only the destined mate of the falcon Prince Jesuit and the white lion Prince Chance, but also the answer to a prophecy about a white-winged woman. When a bear from her den makes a claim to her, her mates must fight for their right to her and to their future.

Title:  A Promise on White Wings
Series:  Wiccan Were Bear
Book #: 7
Author:  RE Butler
Approximate Book Length:  88 Pages
Recommended Reader Age:  18+
Sexual Content:  Moderate


This was a quick read in both a good and bad way. The conflict could have been drawn out instead of feeling almost like a side note. It kept the pace fast though while still inspiring emotional investment. I simply wanted…more: more of the characters, both main and support, and more from the romance (such as seeing “the vision” come true). You can tell this wasn’t the first book in the series, but it doesn’t much matter. I am interested in the others though.

The characters were very compelling. They were fun and down to Earth. As a unit, they complimented each other well. I just wish we could have seen more of their bonding on screen, but that again would have slowed the pace of the book down. I’m hoping to see more of them and explore other characters from their groups (falcons and lions) in future books!

Bottom Line:

A Promise on White Wings was a short and sweet read with some yummy scenes and an interesting world. Don’t miss this one!