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The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf (Naked Werewolf #2)

4.02  ·  Rating Details  ·  7,380 Ratings  ·  582 Reviews
Baring It All Generations of werewolves have been secretly residing in a secluded valley a stone's throw from Grundy, Alaska. So when a snooping Outsider comes to Grundy to investigate rumors of lycanthropic shenanigans in the area, the valley's pack alpha, Maggie Graham, resolves to chase him away, even if doing so takes a quick bite on the butt. What a pity that research ...more
Mass Market Paperback, 336 pages
Published March 29th 2011 by Pocket Books
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4.5 Stars! I'm hooked on this author's writing and Amanda Ronconi's animated narration.

I thought the pairing of Maggie and Nick was brilliant! I know some readers didn't care for Maggie in How to Flirt with a Naked Werewolf, and I was a little leery of her too, but she was awesome in this book. Being an alpha female without an alpha male by her side, forced her to have an edge, be a bit gruff, and I think Molly Harper did a great job rounding out her character. Maggie was fierce, but melted and
3.5 Stars

The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf was cute, entertaining and filled with humor; the perfect kind of book to put a smile on your face and lighten your mood.

I met Maggie in the first book. She’s Cooper’s sister and the chosen Alpha of their pack when Cooper refuses to take up that position. Maggie’s life is the pack, dealing with a whole host of issues on a daily basis: mediating disagreements, looking after their elderly members, patrolling the land, and defending the pack from any po
Heather K (dentist in my spare time)
*Audiobook edition*

DNF at 70%

There was nothing wrong with this book, other than the fact that I was bored out of my mind and I felt no chemistry between Maggie and Nick.

Hmm... well I guess something was wrong with this book after all.

I listened to the audiobook version and the narrator, Amanda Ronconi, really puts her all into her characterizations. She is lively and tries her best to make the book funny and entertaining. However, though she does awesome male voices and I liked her female voic
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What can I say I love me some sexy nerds!!!!!!!!!
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The story was good glad we got to see mo and coop and lil eva I love how sweet and sexy nick is I kinda wish maggie would have came around sooner but the book was great and I can't wait to read the next one
⊱ Irena ⊰
As entertaining as the first book.
Although Cooper's sister Maggie won't strike you as a true pack alpha (there are simply too many mistakes she makes the alpha should know better), that doesn't take anything away from the story. Their family and pack dynamics is still funny. Even if you can't say the whole book is hilarious, those one-liners are worth the reading.

Nick comes to their little part of the world hoping to prove the existence of supernatural beings. You can see how this might be a se
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3.5 stars but I am rounding up.

This is such a fun series. Laugh out loud funny, but not mean funny and not stupid funny – just funny. The first in this series, How to Flirt with a Naked Werewolf, is funnier, sweeter and just a better book. But The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf is still worth reading, worth listening to and a decent installment.

What do I like about this series? I am typically not a paranormal romance
UniquelyMoi ~ BlithelyBookish
Jun 10, 2013 UniquelyMoi ~ BlithelyBookish rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Fans of PNR shifters and laugh out loud stories.
Recommended to UniquelyMoi ~ BlithelyBookish by: Dorsey aka ❤️ Wrath Lover and KA Addict ❤️

Molly Harper has created such a unique world with her Naked Werewolf series, and this second book is just as funny, romantic, and sexy as the first. Somehow, even though this is a light, easy read, Ms. Harper manages to make the characters, both shifters and humans, complex people who we can't help but love.

Seriously, if you're looking for books to take on vacation, a day at the beach, or just hanging out at home and don't want something that's going to make your head explode with drama and ang
May 09, 2012 Leslie rated it liked it

Molly Harper books are just plain funny. If you're wanting an easy, light and cleaver read, her books are perfect. That being said, I didn't love this book as much as the first in this series, "How to Flirt With a Naked Warewolf."

Maggie, the heroine, was introduced in the first book as Cooper's sister. (He was the werewolf hero then.) Quite frankly, she wasn't very likable back then, and she wasn't very likable in this book. She was a tough, scrappy, alpha-female that could easily kick fellow w
Carol [Goodreads Addict]
The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf is book 2 in the Naked Werewolf series by Molly Harper. First, I want to say again that I just love this series. The Graham family with all their wolfiness will forever hold a special place in my heart. The 4 star rating is really more a 4.5 and the ONLY reason it wasn’t a 5 like the other two books is that I didn’t feel that obsessed feeling while reading it like I did the others. And after much thought, I believe the reason is that this story focuses on Mag ...more
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I like this author very much. Her books are so funny, entertaining and well written. I will definitely read all the others. The characters are so interesting and I love their dialogues.
I am hot and cold over this book. Some things I absolutely loved, and others were a bit stale.

I wish the title of this had been different. Something like "the art of seducing and ornerier (testy) werewolf" or something to that effect would have been a bit better fitting, I think.

The first thing that really excited me about this book was the female alpha. We so rarely see that. But it didn't quite play out as well as I thought it might. She didn't come across as powerful as male werewolves tend
Apr 24, 2012 Ian rated it really liked it
“Eva seemed to be on some sort of mission to work her evil/cute baby magic on me. Ever since she'd started toddling around on those chubby little legs, she'd been targeting me, the least enthusiastic baby person in the room. I think she enjoyed the challenge, which proved that we were related.

Eva would tug on my pants leg until I picked her up. And then she'd basically stare me down with those big blue-grey eyes of hers, daring me not to snuggle her. It was like facing down a tiny, diapered mast
Apr 10, 2011 ALPHAreader rated it it was amazing
Maggie Graham knows her place in the pack hierarchy – it’s comfortably on top, bossing everyone else around. As the Alpha of the Grundy Alaskan werewolf pack, Maggie literally has the furry world on her shoulders. Ever since her brother abdicated the pawed throne, Maggie has had to be local sheriff, judge and jury to her little wolf community. So when an anthropological zoologist with Trekkie tendencies comes sniffing around, hunting for ‘werewolves’, it falls to Maggie to interrogate and run hi ...more
Liz F
Sep 14, 2012 Liz F rated it really liked it
I really liked this one. I didn't think I'd like having a female be the super strong one but it was really pretty great!

This is the second book in the "Naked Werewolf" series. The first one was awesome. Funny and exciting and sweet. Loved it! This one had, I think, a lot more action. Maggie Graham is the new official alpha of the pack of Werewolves that live near Grundy, Alaska. Her brother, Cooper, was slated to be the alpha but some bad stuff went down and he stayed away from the pack for year
Lady Allison
May 30, 2011 Lady Allison rated it liked it
Shelves: wolves, molly-harper, epub
I think this one is closer to 3.5 stars, but I just couldn't give it the full 4. I loved the first one, but this one was a bit disappointing because the 180 Maggie pulls on her feelings for Nick. It really was a good story & I loved the characters, but I had issues with the plot. Still a fantastic author & I fully intend to read everything she puts out.
May 02, 2012 ShoSho rated it it was ok
Shelves: x-2012, paranormal
more like 2.5
I didn't like the heroine and the book was from her POV . She suppose to be the alpha of her pack , but she is weak and unsure of herself. There wasn't much of the hero in the book.
not one of favorites!
Stephanie  G
Mar 29, 2011 Stephanie G rated it really liked it
3.5 Stars

Maggie Graham is now the official alpha of her pack that lives out side of the small town of Grundy, Alaska. It's her job to make sure the small community is taken care of and that their shape shifter secret remains just that. So when researcher Nick Thatcher starts asking questions around Grundy about reports of werewolves, it's up to Maggie to run Nick out of town. Problem is Maggie has something else in mind she'd like to do with the dream worthy nuisance. Despite Maggie's best attem
Dec 29, 2011 Vi rated it liked it
Shelves: romance, own
I went into the book having lowered my expectations - all the reviews said so. The book was messy in a way.

Maggie, brother to Cooper from the previous book is the lead for the book. When a new PhD comes in to research on werewolves, Maggie gets roped in to "handle" him. There is an attraction on both sides when they first see each other. But, to Maggie, being an alpha IS her life. Everything revolves around it. Which is fine and good - lovely to see a heroine whose life does not revolve around
While not as laugh-out-loud funny as its predecessor, How to Flirt with a Naked Werewolf, The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf has its own brand of wry humor. In How to Flirt the story is told from the the somewhat uncomplicated POV of the human lover Mo, not from the more emotionally-charged werewolf, Cooper. Even when the events of the book take a serious turn, we still have the solid, unflappable Mo making the reader howl. The Art of Seducing is told in first person by Maggie, Cooper's smart ...more
Carmel (Rabid Reads)
Apr 29, 2011 Carmel (Rabid Reads) rated it really liked it
Shelves: werewolves
Reviewed by Rabid Reads

All of Molly Harper's lovable characters are back for the second installment in her Naked Werewolf series. This book sticks to the same cute, fun elements that I enjoyed so much in How To Flirt With A Naked Werewolf but instead stars Maggie as the lead character. At first I was a little worried as to whether this was a good choice for the main protagonist; in the previous novel she provided some comic relief but overall Maggie was a confrontational, hard-headed b*$@#. Fort
Jan 27, 2013 Keertana rated it it was ok
Rating: 2.5 Stars

I began The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf in equal parts of skepticism and hope. I knew, even before I read the first page, that this follow-up stand-alone to How to Flirt With a Naked Werewolf would be centered around Maggie, the rather bitchy werewolf sister of Cooper. Although Maggie was a less-than-likable character the first time we met her, I held out hope that as a narrator of her own story, we would glimpse the unexpected depth to her character and grow to like her. A
Quirky Omega
Feb 02, 2016 Quirky Omega rated it it was ok
Umm. It's difficult to come up with words for this book

Maggie's an asshole. Usually when I don't like the female leads, it is because they're whiny and meek. Maggie's nothing like that. In the first book she's shown to be a the jerk of a sister to Cooper, who doesn't have an ounce of control on her mouth or her paws. The second book was supposed to redeem her character but it didn't. She's still got the potty mouth, the strong mean bone and now a newly established fickleness. In the first part o
May 21, 2011 ~Megan~ rated it really liked it
Loved this only slightly less than the first! I highly recommend them both in audio as the narrator is truly fantastic.

I was really hating on Maggie in the first book, but I was right when I said this author could make me love her. She did a very good job with that. Maggie is a little more abrasive than I typically like in my heroines, but I think geeky Nick balanced her out well. Some very funny parts in this one! I hope there is more to come in this series!
Jan 14, 2016 Heidi rated it really liked it
Three and a half stars: A fun romantic romp in the Alaskan wilderness with some werewolves.

Maggie has no time for silly girlish things and romance. She is the alpha of her pack, and it is her responsibility to keep her family and friends safe from the outside world. So when a scientist shows up in Grundy intent on researching rumors about werewolves, Maggie's hackles rise. She intends to run him out of town, but then a funny thing happens. Maggie is inexplicably attracted to Nick the scientist.
Maggie's story was not as interesting as I anticipated. She was a bit young and naive hence her POV was down right annoyingly juvenile at times. The sex was very room temperature too.

The story got boring after 45% into the book and only picked up pace towards the end.

Still, it has been a good read and I wonder whose story will be next in this series.
Jul 02, 2013 Saly rated it liked it
This one was well disappointing for me. I didn't find it funny and it didn't pull me in. Maggie was well not great for me and Nick was hardly there. The romance was all umm-hmm.
Apr 19, 2011 Julie rated it really liked it
Shelves: read-in-2011
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The naked werewolves are back in Molly Harper’s second installment in her newest series The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf. This time, we are following Maggie, the pack’s alpha. I have to admit that I didn’t really have strong feelings towards Maggie after reading the first book. She did contribute to the comical element of the book, but with her standoffish attitude, her tendency to attack the hero and her inability to let go of her
Mar 23, 2011 Bookaholics rated it really liked it
The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf by Molly Harper
Paranormal Romance – March 29th, 2011
4 stars

The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf by Molly Harper is an entertaining romp of a read. It is the second in the author's new werewolf series set in Alaska and features the newest alpha female named Maggie Graham. The first book was How to Flirt with a Naked Werewolf. Although many beloved characters return in this book it can easily be read by itself.

Maggie has always had a sense of purpose in her lif
Penny Watson
Apr 06, 2011 Penny Watson rated it liked it
The Art Of Seducing A Naked Werewolf by Molly Harper.

Interesting thing about this new series by Molly Harper....these books are written in first person POV, but the first book is written by Mo (non werewolf with a killer sense of humor), and the second book is written in Maggie's POV (she is now the female alpha leader of her werewolf pack). This is the first time I have seen a series where the books are being told in first person POV by different characters, with very different "voices." Part
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