Monday, December 23, 2019

Review: The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf

The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf by Molly Harper
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This book is filled with love and paranormals, just like you’d expect a book by Molly Harper to be.

Book 2 and I am here for it! We met Maggie in the last book as a bit of a brat, but a born alpha. She’s the head of a werewolf pack, the first female leader, and she’s mostly taking it in stride. She may be a little bit bloodthirsty, but that comes with being a wolf, right? She’s tasked with “handling” the outsider who comes snooping around to see if werewolves are real, and she’s told not to maim him. At least not too much. She, however, is begrudgingly drawn to him. Nick is not your typical snooper. He’s a nerd, sure, but he is also genuinely curious and just as drawn to Maggie as she is to him. These two are an unlikely pair, but it somehow works for me.

This book definitely made me like Maggie more. She gets a full character, instead of just Cooper’s sister designation. She’s tough when she needs to be, but also so soft when it comes to her people. I also really enjoyed meeting Nick in this book, and am happy that they find a way to make this weirdo relationship (and bit of a rocky start) work. Little bit of a strange ending, but I would expect no less.

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