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The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf (Naked Werewolf Series) Mass Market Paperback – March 29, 2011
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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.Read more ›
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.
Enter Nick Thatcher - a hot geek who's on a mission to find out if werewolves really do exist. He heads to Grundy after reports of suspicious animal attacks on a few locals (the issues Mo and Cooper were dealing with) and Nick's convinced that there's a link between man/wolf and he's going to find it. Side note: I have a huge soft spot for adorable nerdy guys especially if said guy wears spectacles. I loved him from the start but went head over heels when he was packing up his home to move in with Maggie and she noted the labels on stacks of boxes by his door:
*Books that should not be thrown away upon penalty of junk-punching.*
Maggie fights her attraction to the very human Nick, knowing that for the good of the pack she should find a nice wolf to mate with. Nick wants none of that, and doesn't pay any attention at her attempts to push him away.
With danger surrounding the pack, Maggie has to go all ALPHA and figure out who the threat is before her pack and her man become victims.
Overall a very fun read and follow up to book 1, and I'm looking forward to what's next in this hilarious series.
I’d picked this up after reading How to Flirt With a Naked Werewolf and an ARC of How to Run With a Naked Werewolf. Definitely a light enjoyable read with a quite a bit of humor, it also has a mystery of sorts as things keep happening and the who and why isn’t as obvious as you’d imagine. It’s also the only one of the three books to be told from the werewolf’s point of view. I have to admit, though, that of the 3 books, while I enjoyed this one, I liked the other 2 a little more.
And of all of the guys we meet within these three books, I’ve got to say that I think I might like Nick the best. Introduced to us a sort of nerd, he proves just why he’d be such a great match for Maggie.
These 3 books made an enjoyable mini-vacation from reality.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
In the first book in this series Maggie isn't a very nice person. Personally, I think the author should have waited a few books to tell her story. Read morePublished 1 month ago by C Lynn P
I adore how all her characters continuously make not only cameo's, but an impact on the new main characters' life's. Read morePublished 6 months ago by paperdollcollage
Maggie has no time for silly girlish things and romance. She is the alpha of her pack, and it is her responsibility to keep her family and friends safe from the outside world. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Heidi
I loved it! It was a great pleasure to read and very entertaining. :)Published 8 months ago by Kayla Bornman
I thought this book was very refreshing. I read a lot of werewolf stories and hate that I have to weed out the ones that have the female main characters rather dumb and the male... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Georgia Gal
I spent a huge amount of time smiling while reading this book, so I definitely recommend it. Good characters, stories, back-stories, pretty much good everything! Read morePublished 9 months ago by Kindle Customer