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- Publication Date: October 3, 2016
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- Language: English
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I started rooting for August as he tried so hard to get her back by being loving and romantic. Unlike Zach who was a jerk he was sweet and kind. Her reasons for rejecting August at the end were ridiculous and revealed how mean and cruel Sam had become. She based her feelings on lust and not love. It's lust when all you notice is how big and strong a guy is and how weak in muscles your boyfriend is in comparison. Her friend Elly should've slapped her for being such an egotistical jerk.
August reminded me so much of the hero Brendan from the first two books with his kindness and his caring. The ending was bad. It was like seeing Nora walk away from Brendan because he wasn't man enough and punched me in the gut. I wanted to see Sam find out she had made a terrible mistake because she had. This is definitely not a romance but what I call a lusting.
The author was a coward when she didn't show us the breakup of Sam and August. She didn't show it because it would have shown how arbitrary and cruel Sam had become. Especially when she said they to talk because inside she had a decision to make and we never see or hear her make it. That's because the author couldn't write that scene without making Sam out to be what she had become, a cruel jerk. She is now Nora when Nora was the mean girl and a bully.
The author deliberately didn't tell August's viewpoint because all the sympathy would've been with him which is where it ended up anyway. Very poorly plotted, poor characterization,and poor romance which is a shame because the writer is so much better than this effort.
Zach is nursing a broken heart and staying clear of female companionship after his fiancée dumped him for his cousin (ouch). He’s got a great group of friends who are used to his grumpy self though, and he enjoys his job dressing up as a werewolf and scaring children and adults alike. What he isn’t keen on is discovering that his new werewolf co-worker is female – chatty, perky, pretty, but thankfully already in a relationship. Sam is a massage therapist, putting in some part time hours at the Halloween house for some extra cash. She’s been in some plays with some other mutual friends (though until she shows up for work at the Haunted Shack they hadn’t formally met) and her howling and growling skills are pretty convincing. She’s dating a hipster musician, but lately he hasn’t had much time for her. She wants a guy who’ll sweep her off her feet. Zach certainly can’t be that guy – he doesn’t even believe in rainbows never mind true love! Zach doesn’t want to find Sam interesting or attractive, but he does. When their friendship starts to lead to more, will they take a chance on each other?
Romances with a Halloween theme are few and far between but I’m so glad I took a chance on this one! I love a grumpy hero, especially a bearded lumberjack type and Zach hit all my buttons in that regard. The banter when he and Sam meet is quite funny, since they are so different in character and yet that old saying about opposites attract definitely holds true. Though Sam has a boyfriend at the start, there is no cheating in this story and the contrast between him and Zach definitely shows that actions speak louder than words. Zach and Sam’s mutual friends, some of whom are the couples from the first two books make appearances and add to the fun (and give hints of what’s to come). Zach has good reasons for not wanting to get involved with someone, but he is lonely, and it doesn’t take long for Sam’s friendly and engaging nature to get him out of his shell. There are several laugh out loud moments and a few scenes that showcase the attraction they have for each other. The happy for now ending is very sweet and perfect for this new couple. I can’t wait to catch up on what I’ve missed and read more from this author!
Jaded, Bearded, Wolfish is the story of Zach and Sam. Zach who was burned by his now ex-fiance over a year ago and is still hating on all girls. They cannot be trusted. Everyone breaks up eventually. No point even trying to start anything as it will just end in heartbreak. Again. So yeah. He is not very friendly to the opposite sex, especially when they are not bad looking.
And Sam. Sam who is one of those bubbly, chatty. friendly girls who is all about the hearts and flowers, rainbows and unicorns. Pretty much the exact opposite of Zach. She wants someone like in the romantical movies she watches. She wants someone who will sing her a song in the middle of a crowded room. Who will make the big romantic gestures. Someone who treats her right. And that is what she has in her boyfriend August. She is not in love with him or anything, at least not yet, but they could get there. He is always saying sweet things and doing things to show he cares. Sure he gets caught up in his band practice and sometimes misses dates with her, but he makes up for it right?
When Sam starts working at the haunted house with Zach, in the werewolf's den with him, things are a bit tense. At first he is happy to have her there, when he didn't know she was a she. He knew Sam was starting and figured that was a guy. Once she takes her mask off it is not good. Only they keep getting put in situations together and neither can really stop the attraction from growing between them. Will Sam break it off with August and start something with Zach? Will Zach get over his past and be ready to move on, to try again with Sam? Oh this was a fun one to read. I loved both of them and this world the author created. If you have read the prior books in the series you know how awesome it is. If not, no worries, this is a standalone, and you can always go back and read them afterwards. They are all amazing and I love them!
*Note: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review
This review was originally posted to Jen in Bookland