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The Accidental Werewolf by Dakota Cassidy
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Apr 06, 12

bookshelves: fantasy, laughs, chick-lit
Read from April 04 to 06, 2012

Marty Andrews is obsessed with selling make-up and make it up to the top, which actually means getting a sky blue convertible. She's supervising Nina and Wanda sales and one night after one of their meetings, Marty's poodle attacks a big dog and Marty is accidentally bitten. In the following days, Marty tries hard to ignore the fact that she is going from blonde to brunette, a ton of wax couldn't cope with the growing hair in her legs and she is ready to fight her poodle over a bone, even though she is a vegan. Then hunk Keegan Flaherty comes along and tells her he is a werewolf and that she is turning into one too.

At first I didn't understand why Marty was the main character since Nina sounded a lot more promising (I understand she is the lead in Accidentally Dead). Marty is very in control and slightly annoying, so when everything in her life spirals out of control we finally get to see the real Marty emerge as she tries hard to fit in a new world: They couldn’t be much different than humans. They’d love her back, too. If it frickin' killed her. Or them. Whichever came first. She also has to avoid a weird tendency to be abducted but Marty manages to fight it off by herself, which is quite cool. She turns out to be a lovable character, as well as the nucleus of the Flaherty's family and the business partners turned friends, Nina and Wanda. This book is very easy to read, quite funny and entertaining.
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