Beauty and the Werewolf by Kristin Miller
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
For a story that sounds so sad, this was a really great paranormal romance read. Isabelle is secretly a famous artist. After showing her father the first painting she did and getting a less than favorable review, she has hidden her work from her pack, but embraced her fame in human society. Sure, she doesn’t make public appearances, but she has still reaped the benefits of being a popular artist. Now that her father has very little time to live, she is determined to reclaim all her art to display for a final showing for him. Her father’s approval is all she wants, until she meets the stubborn art collector standing in her way.
Jack has always loved Isabelle’s art, but he doesn’t know she painted them. After having a heated bidding war over one of her paintings, the two of them end up with a lot more trouble than they signed up for. At one touch, Jack is convinced that they are fated mates. Unfortunately, they are from rival packs and Isabelle is convinced that her father would never approve. There was some action, lots of chemistry, and some really stubborn wolves, but this book really gives a warm and fuzzy HEA worth the drama.
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