In my opinion, rarely can things go wrong when reading a
Generally they also require a change of underdrawers. My old lady brain is failing me and I can’t remember details regarding the sexuals, so they must not have sent my hoo on fire, but I do remember this was more of a slow burner with lots of flirty times with a storyline that was a lot of fun. Also I remember thinking a lot about stuff like this . . . .
The story here is about Anna, a former doctor turned woman on the run from her psycho ex. Up until recently Anna was hiding with Grundy wolfpack, serving as the resident doc, but when she caught word that her husband would soon be on her tail she hightailed it out of there. While trying to make her way to Alaska and a new identity waiting her, Anna has an unfortunate (*cough her car gets blown up cough*) meet/cute with Caleb - bounty hunter by day, lone wolf by night. Realizing Anna’s lack of transportation is his fault and other (no spoilsies) reasons Caleb offers Anna a lift if she doesn’t mind traveling at a meandering pace so Caleb can do his job as he makes his way to the Great North.
You know what that means, right? Plenty of time for Caleb to go all wolfy and say things like . . . .
“Mine. You stay with me.”
And also lots of shared motel rooms which meant . . . .
And talk about smelling like “fresh wind and moss” and eventually smexystuff like growly noises and wanting to get a little bitey and BOY OH BOY! . . . .
STFU Sookie! Your series ended up shitting the bed . . . .
Tell her Pam!
Anyway, this was a pretty decent little escape from reality. I love how werewolf books use normal human names instead of bullshit like what can be found in any given CoHo. I liked that Caleb was an alpha-ish dude who took charge, but not in a controlling freakshow type of way. I really loved how when Anna thought things weren’t okay for her she ended up being begged to . . . .
“S-stop T-t-tasering me!”
And, of course, I loved . . . .
I’m sticking with 3.5 Stars just like I did for How to Flirt with a Naked Werewolf. Many thanks to the porny librarian for having this complete series to fulfill my pervey desires. I skipped Book 2 because it was about a chick wolf and . . . . well, blah. No shame here, I like the wolves with wieners. However, I dig Molly Harper’s writing so I’m hoping Better Homes and Hauntings is available for request too.