Friday, August 5, 2016

Ready To Were by Robyn Peterman

3.5 Stars

I think many active Goodreads members would agree they read for a couple of pretty specific reasons . . .

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On particularly crappy days, I like to indulge in some wereporn. Mainly because . . . .

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Great googly moogly!

Don’t judge. Y’all know you’ve probably read some pretty shallow stuff a time or two as well . . .

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Ready to Were is the story of Essie, a woman who hightailed it out of her small Georgia town when she found out Hank, the man she thought she would be spending the rest of his life with, was spending some quality time with three other broads (simultaneously) as well. Essie moved on and never looked back, training to become a successful agent with the paranormal counsel and finding a fabulous gay vampire bestie. When women start disappearing back in Essie’s home town, she is assigned to the case. Her local point of contact? The sheriff – Hank.

You know what that means, right?????

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If you’re looking for a light little PNR filler, this might be a winner. The entire ensemble cast of characters was entertaining, Essie wasn’t a doormat like most females in these types of stories, Hank wasn’t OTT alpha like most males, Dwayne and Grandma were quite a kick, it's short and the pacing was good, the romance believable, and the best part of all??? It’s FREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE on Kindle.

KelticKat was reading this last week and her updates are the reason I snatched this up. Thank you!!!!!

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