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Not a Werewolf (Jake & Boo) (Volume 1) Paperback – October 9, 2015
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Jake has been reading too much paranormal m/m romance. Then again, maybe not -- because his life is about to turn into something suspiciously akin to his taste in fiction. His easy rapport with animals seems to be developing into something deeper, and his dreams are overlapping disturbingly with waking reality. Oh, and there's a murder. And a hunky homicide detective investigating it -- one who's strangely tolerant of Jake's paranormal proclivities. And various cats, dogs, and squirrels, some of whom may or may not be more than they seem. Much fun ensues.
It's a rare joy to find something lightweight and funny that's so well written. I was excited to see that it's the first in a series -- and then disappointed to learn that so far it's the ONLY one in the series. But Madeline Kirby is on my radar now and I'll be eagerly watching for more.
What sweet little pick me up this book is. It completely managed to surprise me and intrigue me from the start. From the opening line to the very end I was engrossed in the story.
The characters jump off the pages and are easy to relate to and understand. They are humorous in their interactions as well as their uniqueness. Really there are several main characters it seems. Not just Jake and Petreski, but also Jake’s best friend Don. And let’s not forget the cats. They definitely have their own personalities.
This story was simply a fun read. From Jake learning about himself and his newly discovered abilities, to discovery of the sweet little three-legged kitten, to Jake and Don somehow getting involved in solving murders, Plus there is the slowly developing romance between Jake and Petreski.
There is so much humor throughout this story. I was literally laughing my ass off through much of it. It was fast paced with a good deal of wacky thrown that just made it a pleasure to read.
I am highly looking forward to reading the next book in the Jake and Boo series.
If the author writes another story about these characters I'll be among the first to download it. (Note: I read this one via KU. Amazon ought to put "Verified Borrow" or something on reviews from KU suscribers, since after all they count the pages we read.)