I love Michele Hauf's books and this one is no exception. It had a good storyline - Ridge an Alpha Shifter went to Las Vegas, saved Abigail, a witch, from burning at the stake, they celebrated by getting drunk and ended up getting married by Elvis. Unfortunately, he accidentally shifts into a wolf while consummating the marriage and she freaks out by blasting up the electrical appliances and wounding him in the process.
They don't speak for 12 years then he wants to find a new wife to increase the pack numbers which is dwindling so he finds Abigail to get a divorce. However, she's just received a phone call saying that her 13 year old son has been kidnapped and so she asks for his help in return for a divorce. Love is rekindled during the struggle to get her son back as they learn to trust each other again and some questions are answered.
Good romantic story with action between wolves, vampires and witches. Not a wasted credit.
If you want a lighthearted cute listen that will carry you along with a sweet plot then this is your kinda book. It was an enjoyable listen, from the start the werewolf was already attracted to Emma (the author of romance books about, what she thought was fictional, werewolves) and he could 'smell' her attraction to him. It was a budding building romance of "he can't...." "he mustn't...." "he shouldn't of...." and finally "he's happy he did....". There was no real nasty baddies just a couple fighting their forbidden attraction to each other. However, I thought the ending seemed very rushed.
This wasn't a 'fast-forward' listen or a 'stop listening' book and I have already downloaded the other books in the series so I'll give them a try.
This second book seemed to have more of a storyline to it but its still just a lukewarm listen. If you're doing something and you want a background book that doesn't need use of many brain cells then this one meets the criteria.
I have already downloaded book 3 so hopefully they get better.
Having read Charlaine Harris and Jeaniene Frost I was a bit dubious whether this author would cut it. I was pleasantly surprised. From start to finish I was laughing my butt off. I will definitely be looking for more of Molly's books and the narrator was really good too!