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Product Details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Pocket Books (March 29, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1439195870
  • ISBN-13: 978-1439195871
  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 4.3 x 0.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (106 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,070,204 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Molly Harper is the author of eight novels, including The Care and Feeding of Stray Vampires and Nice Girls Don’t Bite Their Neighbors. She worked for six years as a reporter and humor columnist for The Paducah Sun, covering courts, school board meetings, quilt shows, and once, the arrest of a Florida man who faked his suicide by shark attack and spent the next few months tossing pies at a local pizzeria. Molly lives in western Kentucky with her family.

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Molly Harper worked for six years as a reporter and humor columnist for The Paducah Sun. Her reporting duties included covering courts, school board meetings, quilt shows, and once, the arrest of a Florida man who faked his suicide by shark attack and spent the next few months tossing pies at a local pizzeria. Molly lives in western Kentucky with her family.

Customer Reviews

Quick easy reads and a fun story.
Eva Foster
All the regulars from the Naked Werewolf series are back - Maggie, Cooper, Mo, Samson, along with Nick, Maggie's human love interest.
Scott R.
Overall a very fun read and follow up to book 1, and I'm looking forward to what's next in this hilarious series.
Jess

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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Stephanie G (Reviewer for Paranormal Haven) on March 29, 2011
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Maggie Graham is now the official alpha of her pack that lives out side of the small town of Grundy, Alaska. It's her job to make sure the small community is taken care of and that their shape shifter secret remains just that. So when researcher Nick Thatcher starts asking questions around Grundy about reports of werewolves, it's up to Maggie to run Nick out of town. Problem is Maggie has something else in mind she'd like to do with the dream worthy nuisance. Despite Maggie's best attempts to scare him off, Nick has fallen for the temperamental wolf and will not back down. Aside from her personal life, Maggie has to deal with another pack who has their sights set on taking revenge and running her and her family out of their town.

I wasn't sure how much I'd like reading an entire book where Maggie is the heroine. In How to Flirt With a Naked Werewolf, she comes off as being angry and bratty like a child. In The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf she calms down a bit and we're introduced to a responsible woman who does all she can to take care of her people. As alpha she's not only expected to protect and provide for her people, but also mate a fellow wolf and have cubs to continue on the shifter line. Maggie's not thrilled with the idea but she's come to accept it. That is until Nick Thatcher arrives in Grundy. He's intelligent, friendly, funny, handsome and very passionate about his work. He wants to prove the existence of werewolves and after hearing about suspicious events that happened in Grundy a year ago, he thinks he's found the right place to do that. There's an a connection between the two from the start but Maggie tries to push Nick away and show she isn't interested by going out on dates with another man but Nick is set on being more than friends with her.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By S. Wright on September 29, 2011
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I'm totally a sucker for paranormal books that have offbeat, hilarious, sarcastic and witty characters, so after I finished after How to Flirt with a Naked Werewolf I just knew I had to read more about the Crescent clan of werewolves in The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf, the second book in the series. Maggie was a bit intimidating in the first book and frankly not very likable in the first book. However, I enjoyed Molly Harper's writing, so I was interested in continuing with the series.

Maggie has a lot going on as the pack alpha; taking care of the pack, the town, all the while keeping the pack a secret. Enter Dr. Nicolas Thatcher, a gorgeous geek who resembles a Viking god. Maggie's attraction to him is instantaneous but for the good of the pack she tries to ignore the good doctor. Nick has come to the valley to investigate the recent wolf sightings and as he looks into the sightings, things begin to heat up between him and Maggie.

Initially, I still didn't connect with Maggie. She is prickly and short tempered and it was hard to feel connected to her, but slowly over the book I began to warm toward her. She is one of those characters that are hard on the outside and soft on the inside, but with Maggie's case she had never really cracked open the shell. There are a couple of scenes that had me giggling out loud; the party makeover scene is hysterical. Overall, I enjoyed the romance between Nick and Maggie, along with the mystery the characters were involved with and would recommend for those that enjoy comedic romantic stories.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Lost Art Audiobook Review on April 5, 2011
Format: Audible Audio Edition
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I love Molly Harper. Her writing is snarky, funny, witty, and a joy to sit back and listen to. I was a bit worried about the book being from Maggie's point of view as Maggie comes off as a rather flat hard-ass character in How to Flirt, but fifteen minutes into the audiobook, I knew I was not going to be disappointed.

This book paces better than How to Flirt. We understand the main conflict immediately, and Nick enters Maggie's life almost from the first part of the audiobook. And then there's Nick himself - a tall, sexy, educated, blond-haired, blue-eyed, bearded Viking look alike (mentally, I pictured Jax Teller from Sons of Anarchy, but with glasses). A multimillionaire, self-hating Trekkie with family issues of his own, and a passion for werewolves. I would never think someone like that would appeal to someone like Maggie, but then again, who would imagine Mo and Cooper hitting it off so well in the prior book?

Another thing this book had on How to Flirt is a few good mysteries, which is not something I expect from this author - she's hilarious, so I read for the comedy (and there's plenty) but not for the twists and turns. This audiobook contains at least two "Oh!" moments. That's when the audiobook presents enough suspects with enough motives that you don't see it coming, but there is also enough foreshadowing specific to the perpetrator that you kind of should have. The result is that when the book lets the cat out of the bag, you actually, audibly, say "Oh!"

On Narration:
All of Molly Harper's audiobooks, including this one, are narrated by Amanda Roncini. Her voice is perfect for the part. It's light, slightly scratchy, not particularly accented - faintly tinted with something vaguely Southern.
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