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A great way to unwind after a stressful day!
on January 9, 2014
Mo Wenstein needs to put some distance between herself and her well-meaning, but meddlesome parents so she moves from Leland, Mississippi to a very cold, middle of nowhere, Grundy, Alaska. She lands a job as the cook in the Blue Glacier Saloon and is soon accepted by the locals, all of them but Cooper Graham, that is--until she finds Cooper naked on her front porch with a bear trap clamped over his ankle. Then things heat up, even during the big freeze of winter, and even after she wakes up to find her neck being nuzzled by his werewolf muzzle.
The developing romance between Mo and Cooper is enough to keep you turning the pages, but Molly Harper throws in a bit of mystery for good measure. People are being attacked by wolves or are simply missing and Cooper fears that his werewolf self might be the guilty party. Although the true culprit’s motives for the attacks seem a little shallow and lack sufficient foreshadowing, the story still has a good overall plot.
The characters are quirky but lovable, the kind of people you would look forward to coming home to. The romance aspect doesn’t completely dominate the story, which is a good thing, and there is a comfortable amount of intimacy that’s not too graphic. It’s a light, playful tale with an easy flow, a great way to unwind after a stressful day.