I absolutely love audible! I read constantly and there is nothing better than finding a new series to follow. I'm a syfy/fant kinda gal.
This was a cute read! I liked the narrator and enjoyed the story. Nothing that requires capturing every word, but a good story overall.
I've listened to it again...and again. Amanda Ronconi's narration is perfect. Her comedic timing paired with Molly Harper's storytelling and humor makes this a definite 5 star read.
Moonflower aka Mo. She's a riot! Blunt and down to earth. Her relationship with her parents, especially her mother is the best. In addition, her care for the other characters in the book is endearing. As well as how she deals with Cooper, her love for La Perla, and her ability to make chocolate chess squares...of course.
There are so many. But if I had to choose one, it would be the night of the
I laughed repeatedly...out loud. There were some sad moments, but none that made me openly bawl :)
Great, great listen. I wouldn't hesitate to add it to your collection.
I loved the very funny dialogue, and all the various characters.
I didn't have a favorite scene. The whole book was enjoyable.
I didn't want to put it down, and couldn't wait until I could get back to listening to it.
The performance was good overall, and I really liked the voice of the main charater. The men's voices were a little weak.
How to Flirt with a Naked Werewolf. All right ??? intriguing title but really? The book landed on my Kindle wish list ??? but I resisted ??? the book landed on my audiobook wish list and I still resisted. But everytime I read a review I said ??? hummmm .. I finally caved in - okay so it was not the great novel of the century but I was thoroughly entertained and laughed out loud.
This is the story when Mo Wenstein who moves to in Grundy, Alaska from the Mississippi to escape her hippy parents that are constantly interfering in her life. Mo makes friends quickly, finds a job as a short order cook in the local bar and grill, she even meets a dreamy police officer, Alan. But it is not Alan that captures Mo it is the naked man with a bear trapped on his ankle that does just than and Cooper tried his hardest not to like her.
The story is quick and witty ??? I love Mo???s way with words and how she views the world around her ??? she made me laugh. Amanda Ronconi had the perfect voice to read Molly Harper???s book. Definitely will get the 2nd book in this series.
As with all of the Molly Harper books I've read, this is not a great work of literature, but it is very enjoyable to read due to the author's dry sense of humor and great, realistic dialogue. The theme (werewolfs passing as humans) and storyline (human/werewolf love + person terrorizing town) are not terribly original, but if you like that kind of book, this is a good addition to the genre. This is a quick, fun read that would be especially good while on vacation or not in the mood to think too hard.
By the way, I enjoyed the sequel to this book, The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf, more than this one so if you read and like this, consider getting that one, too.
Self-admitted lazy reader who delights in listening to audiobooks!
This was a cute fluff book.
The reader was ok, but it would have been better if the main character's
I somewhat enjoyed this book. I thought it was extremely funny, but I had some series problems with the voice of the Alpha wolf "Cooper"....could he sound anymore like a wimp....good grief...I hated listening to his voice...Otherwise this book was pretty good.
The story is lightweight and even a bit ridiculous, but it's fun. I chuckled out loud. I also really related to the character's hippi family. The narration is excellent. If you just want to be entertained, this won't disappoint.
Reviews that loved the story, found it funny, were they Tweens? The narrator did okay, she doesn't seem to have any depth for male characters. I keep listening for something to happen, some plot but all I've encountered is description, timid men and, well, nothing. Glad I tried the book for the sale price (no wasted credit) and to be a little more careful on rave reviews.
i loved listening this book. i mean is it freakishly weird that every 15 seconds i laugh so hard i roll up in the fetal position?it was entertaining hearing Mo Wenstein going off on a rant on how fruity her parents are.reminded me of my folks:]this book made me wanna try out a trip to Alaska! its got some drama too if you don't like straight up giggle fits but rest assured there is a happy ending.