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"Miller writes with wit and humor, but manages to sneak a depth into her work that we only realize is there once we've finished devouring the word feast she's laid before us. This is a book and an author I encourage readers to follow and enjoy." ~Michelle S. Wilms (Amazon)
If you are looking for a fun, hot, emotional paranormal romance, definitely give this book a chance." ~LJT (Amazon)
"Charming and funny...I loved this book. Loved it!"~These Pretty Words
"Plan your day accordingly, because Four Weddings and a Werewolf will keep you happily pinned to your favorite reading location until you reach The End."~Paranormal Romance Fans for Life
"The passion and tempers burn hot, so make sure you have a cool glass of sweet tea..."~Tome Tender Book Blog
"This book is funny, full of mystery but will also pull at your heart-strings."~Love to Read for Fun Book Blog
"When you can feel the sexual tension between the two of them being in the same room, when you're reading it on a page? That's talent. Kristin's got it, and I want to keep reading it."~Kirsten from Book Lunatic
"Ms. Miller...really brought her A game to this book."~First Page to the Last Book Reviews
Praise for Kristin Miller's work:
From the Author
- Gone with the Wolf (Drake and Emelia)
- Four Weddings and a Werewolf (Logan and Veronica)
- So I Married a Werewolf (Carter and Faith)
- The Werewolf Wears Prada (Hayden and Melina)
- Beauty and the Werewolf (Jack and Isabelle)
- What a Werewolf Wants (Ryder and Josie)
- ASIN : B00LKS1BMW
- Publisher : Entangled: Covet (July 28, 2014)
- Publication date : July 28, 2014
- Language : English
- File size : 946 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 232 pages
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #619,911 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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I am a sucker for friends to lovers stories, and toss in shapeshifters - my favorite supernaturals - and So I Married A Werewolf was pretty much calling my name and saying, "readme NOW." There is good chemistry between this pair, and a nice amount of steamy times, but this story wouldn't have worked for normally-hero-centric-me if Faith hadn't been so great, because Carter is pretty much of a jerk at multiple times in the story (and the past trauma that causes his commitment issues aren't handled in a way that stirs much sympathy for him.) As I said, Faith completely makes up for that. Even though she misreads the reasons for Carter's rejections, she takes her disappointment and decides to become a stronger, sexier person on her own and that is great to see. I love that she blossoms personally and it is fun to see her business becoming successful to reinforce that she has a lot of great things going for her.
Best friends, Faith and Carter agree to a quick engagement and and even quicker, unplanned wedding. Carter needs the stability a wife and mate provide in order to be considered for a promotion to detective. If Faith agrees to Carter's plan, he agrees to pay the very pricey tuition at an Ivy League college for her younger brother.
Now they just have to convince themselves that it's just an act, put on a good show and everyone wins. At least until their true feelings start to come through. And then past betrayals and lies catch up to the pseudo-couple. Leaving them both wondering if their bargain was worth the broken hearts they both seem to be suffering from.
but for me it was none of those things..just two quote "good friends" who can't seem to communicate worth a damn....
I wanted to like them but she was a doormat for her brother (paying for everything he does with out ever really
batting an eye even though her 3 jobs barely sounded like enough to support her much enough to drop 3K for
a trip brother needed especially when said precious brother doesnt even have a job to try and help out and the thought
of getting into YALE of all places doesn't seem to concern him.. I mean sis will pay some how right?) and then can't seem
to decide if she wants to chance to pleaseCarter one second or herself the next and all the while never being totally honest about how
she feels..though ,but doing a damn sight better than Carter..Carter can't seem to decide what he wants at all..and is never totally
with her til the end of the book..or himself for that matter...this whole pull me push me thing he has going ..one minute he wants he the next he's finding an excuse to push her away...and his reasons and behavior is BS why is it soo scary he could have more than one "truemate" ..
and why does this never make him question his 1st bond? maybe it was the faulty one? and why the hell does she put up with it?
I mean he finally makes love to her and he aviods her for weeks at a time and she never tells him off? why the hell not? deep sigh...
Their both werewolves for heavens sake couldn't their been a better plot than this? him having his head up his own butt the entire time her being a doomat and neiither being worth a damn at skeaking their minds and communicating?
my last Harlequin Blaze had a better plot than this...and what with the title? for me implies some one married a werewolf with out knowing it..
thats soo not the case here..thought it might have been funnier and more interesting if that had been the case.. defiantly sounds better than this..
Top reviews from other countries
That wasn’t the only reason that I didn’t enjoy this book though; there were just too many plot holes etc. in the storyline. For example there’s one scene where Faith is suddenly drunk & I’m not talking she gets drunk out of nowhere, I mean she literally becomes suddenly drunk. There’s no indication of it before – as in she doesn’t even think “Oh I’m getting a little drunk” & the hero doesn’t comment about it either, nope. It comes out of nowhere, one minute she’s fine and the next she’s not. I’m no expert in drinking but I’m pretty certain it doesn’t happen like that.
And it doesn’t end there, Carter thinks about how amazing Faith looks in wolf form and all I was thinking was “when did Carter see wolf Faith?” I actually went back to check, in case I missed it, but I was right, we were never shown or told that Carter had seen her in wolf form and seeing as that is such a huge part of all the books you’d think it would be mentioned when it happened.
If you can overlook the plot problems this is actually an okay read. If a fake fiancée storyline is your thing then you’ll love this one and if it wasn’t for the gaps in the plot (that I just could not ignore) I would have as well.
I got confused in the opening lines of this book. First off I want sure who was "meant" to be in the dialogue. It was choppy and jumpy and not clear who was speaking.
Then a comment about talking about wolf packs business, the alpha etc but they'd never shifted in front of each other???? Found this very strange for a SHIFTER book.
Sadly after the first couple of chapters nothing caught my eye, which is important in a read and I gave up