Becoming a vampire for Libby Stratton was surprisingly easy. She didn’t have to hang around shady bars or roam the streets at night. She didn’t even have to haunt cemeteries to catch a glimpse of one. She simply placed an ad on Craigslist asking a vampire to turn her and quickly received a response.
Author: Molly Harper
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The Naked Werewolf series is pure fun and this addition is no different. Anna Moder is on the run and making her way across the country doing one dead end job after another. She witnesses a violent altercation between two men and decides to help out the bloodied and injured werewolf Caleb Graham. He convinces her to stick around so we are given a road trip filled with quirky characters and a sweet romance.
A Witch’s Handbook of Kisses and Curses is another fun read from Ms Harper. Our witchy heroine Nola Leary has travelled from Kilcairy, Ireland to Half-Moon Hollow in order to track down four magical artefacts given to her grandfather in order to recreate a 100 year old spell. She’s on rather a tight schedule though as a rival family is desperate to claim the goods and to make matters worse her grandfather, Mr Wainwright, has hidden them somewhere in his bookshop which now belongs to Jane Jameson (heroine of another of Harper’s series). Failure to get the artefacts would […]
The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf may not be as laugh out loud funny as How To Flirt with a Naked Werewolf but it is still a great read. This time we focus on Maggie, the abrasive younger sister of Cooper. Maggie, who became the valley pack’s Alpha in the last book, is taking her new job seriously. When anthropologist Nick Thatcher rocks up in town, she decides for the good of the Pack that he needs to go. Maggie is initially harder to love than Mo. In the first novel she was an uber bitch and deserved […]
How to Flirt with a Naked Werewolf is a humorous, fun and flirty and the first I had read of Molly Harper. Our protagonist, Mo, suffers from hippie parents whose meddling has forced her to move as far from her home in Mississippi without having to change her citizenship. Welcome to Grundy, Alaska, population 2,053 +1. The plot’s not bad but it’s the characters that really leave you with a smile on your face.