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Released: 31 December 2013
Series: Naked Werewolf #3
How to Run with a Naked Werewolf was full of hilarious scenes and funny banter that had me chuckling to myself like a cheesy villain with a dastardly plan ~ Under the Covers
When Caleb Graham, werewolf and bounty hunter woke up after being shot he never expected his rescuer to be the secretive and sexy Anna Moder. Anna manages to frustrate him and make him laugh, all at once and smells like home. But she seems determined to keep him at bay. Anna doesn’t know why she risked her safe anonymity by saving Caleb, especially when she is about to leave town, but she can’t just leave him all shot up. Taking up his offer for a ride to her next town seems like a sensible thing to do, if only he weren’t quite so tempting.
Molly Harper books are great, funny, romantic and fairly straight forward they always leave me feeling or warm and fuzzy with a big smile on my face and this book was no exception. How to Run with a Naked Werewolf was full of hilarious scenes and funny banter that had me chuckling to myself like a cheesy villain with a dastardly plan.
We are told this story through Anna’s eyes though and her sarcastic wit and observations make this book a real page turner, but it is Caleb and Anna is what made this book so good. They had great chemistry together and although this wasn’t a book that sizzled with sexual chemistry, there was no denying the pull they felt towards one another and how that built up through the book. There were also some more serious issues in this book as Anna is on the run from an abusive ex-husband, making Anna reluctant to trust people or put them in danger; however, although it does have this element in the book, it is still a fairly light and fun read.
Light hearted, romantic and funny, How to Run with a Naked Werewolf is perfect for snuggling up with this winter and I can’t wait to read whatever Molly Harper releases next.
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