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message 1: by Jess (last edited Nov 02, 2011 04:51PM) (new)

Jess | 3721 comments Sorry for the delay folks!

This is for the discussion of:
How to Flirt with a Naked Werewolf by Molly Harper How to Flirt with a Naked Werewolf (Naked Werewolf, #1) by Molly Harper

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message 2: by Darcy (new)

Darcy (sunnytat462) | 3120 comments After reading this book I have to admit I want to pack up my belongings and move to a remote Alaskan town, I mean who wouldn't when you are having issues in your life. But then again if I did decide to do that I sure as heck wouldn't be a good looking guy around for me, I would be left with a town filled with the old guy that kept upping his offer and the one everyone ran from.

Mo is one of those characters you can't help but to love form the first minute you meet her. I loved hearing about her unorthodox upbringing and her parents, but if I had those parents (they bring the term helicopter parents to a whole new heights) I would have made a run for the great north tundra. I especially loved it that she had to do all of this on the sly and wouldn't give them her contact info. I love my parents, but I love them even more 300 miles away, so I can relate.

The quirky characters filling the town had me laughing. I loved the restaurant/saloon that seemed to be the social center, one where they all gathered to meet, talk, and had all of their events. Mo and Evie's burgeoning friendship was great for laughs in their "girls" days.

Along with Mo, I didn't like Cooper at the start. He was an ass with no redeeming qualities, who really had to work hard to overcome, at times I didn't think he was going to be up for it. At first I thought it was just with Mo that he was like that with, but as the story progressed we saw Cooper was like that with the whole town. It is not until after you hear his whole story that you understand why.

I also really liked that from the first day Mo meet Cooper she didn't put up with his crap and actually called him on it. It was surprising that with his feelings for Mo, that Cooper went to Mo for help when he really needed it, and then showed her his biggest secret. Once he decided on wanting Mo, Cooper sure was the alpha male and didn't waste any time.

Meeting Cooper's family sure added another dimension to him. I wish there was more of Pops he was a card, Sampson had me laughing with his on purpose innuendo, and Maggie just plain drove me nuts. The others that we meet of the pack were interesting. The issues that were within the pack was something that I didn't see coming until Mo did.

Overall this book was so much fun to read, it had me laughing out loud so often through the book. I can't wait for more tales from Alaska!


message 3: by Dawn, Desperately seeking new worlds (new)

Dawn (dawnv) | 4048 comments This is one of those books that I got only because so many others said it was a good read. I honestly did expect much which made it all the better!

The book is VERY funny and like Darcy I thought umph maybe I should consider Alaska.


message 4: by Darcy (new)

Darcy (sunnytat462) | 3120 comments I thought it was even better the second time around.


message 5: by Dawn, Desperately seeking new worlds (new)

Dawn (dawnv) | 4048 comments Good to know because I have it on audio :-)
Also the narrator was just perfect!


message 6: by Darcy (new)

Darcy (sunnytat462) | 3120 comments That was how I re-read it a couple of weeks ago. It sure made my work day go fast. Although I did get some strange looks when I started to laugh.

And I agree with you about the narrator, she was great. I would listen to anything else she does.


message 7: by Dawn, Desperately seeking new worlds (new)

Dawn (dawnv) | 4048 comments LMAO I hate when I have my headphones on and I start laughing then people look at me odd, I get really embarrassed.


message 8: by Darcy (new)

Darcy (sunnytat462) | 3120 comments The only other thing that is worse is when you start crying. That has happened to me too when I read Deadline and of course my boss picked that time to come and talk to me. She laughed when I told her what was going on.


message 9: by Dawn, Desperately seeking new worlds (new)

Dawn (dawnv) | 4048 comments Oh no, sometimes I get teary eyed for no reason. My son is like really mom it is just a book!


message 10: by Sarah (new)

Sarah (sarah_anne) | 253 comments I agree that it was a really fun read. I have to admit that I would also love to move to Alaska (I love watching Alaska State Troopers on National Geographic). The story reminded me (only a little) of Mary Janice Davidson's Alaskan Royal Family books.

All in all, it was funny, entertaining and emotional. The villain wasn't overly predictable and the characters were so easy to love. I am curious to see how Mo deals with her parents...


Terri ♥ (aka Mrs. Christian Grey) (mybookboyfriend) | 43 comments This was a great read. I love her books. I also admit a curiousity about Alaskan men now. Wow! Her other series Jane Jameson is a roit!!!


message 12: by Darcy (new)

Darcy (sunnytat462) | 3120 comments Sarah wrote: "The story reminded me (only a little) of Mary Janice Davidson's Alaskan Royal Family books."

How is that series? I have read most of her other books, just not that one.


message 13: by Sarah (new)

Sarah (sarah_anne) | 253 comments @Darcy - They were fun, light reads. If you've read some of her other stuff, it is pretty similar. Think Fred meets Betsy, with no paranormal aspect. Alaska is it's own country and the books follow the quirky royal family. There are only 3 books - I gave the first 3 stars and the second and third 4 stars. I think I rated them so high because they were quick easy reads that kept me laughing.

The female lead in the first book REALLY reminded me of Betsy and I don't think I could have managed 3 books about her. Each book follows a different royal to their HEA.


message 14: by Darcy (new)

Darcy (sunnytat462) | 3120 comments Good to know Sarah, thanks for letting me know.


message 15: by Dawn, Desperately seeking new worlds (new)

Dawn (dawnv) | 4048 comments @ Sarah and Darcy I just discovered the mermaid series and they are quite cute!


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