How to Flirt with a naked warewolf is funny, modern and entertaining. An excellent light read! I highly recommend this book.
This was my very first "Werewolf experience"...seriously, no movies, books or TV shows. It was funny, interesting and a little sexy. As soon as I finished it I downloaded "The Art of Suducing a Naked Werewolf".
I have listened to each of Molly Harpers books offered on Audible and I have not one time been disappointed. They have all been entertaining, funny, and left me excited for the next.
I look forward to reading more in the future
This book was really silly and far fetched. After reading other reviews I thought it may be possible for Molly Harper to suspend reality through her story or at the very least be entertaining enough that you don't care the main character is dating a werewolf. Sadly, that is not the case. I listened to the entire story waiting for a purpose and was disappointed. If you are on the fence because you don't like sci-fi type stories, I would recommend downloading something different.
Wonderful performance. Amanda Ronconi hits just the right notes. The story is fun, the tone is light, this is the perfect book for a long car trip or to just entertain you. Nothing heavy, just fun, fun, fun!!!
Although I do not enjoy the werewolf type of story, this one was entertaining. I would not want to listen to a series of these though.
Dave started listening to this first. He kept laughing out loud every few minutes so I knew I needed to find out what he was hearing. I found it as enjoyable as he did. As I got to the best parts I would stop and tell him where I was so he got to LOL twice for the same situations. Hilarious situations make the book a fast read. I will definitely keep this selection in mind as a book to lighten my mood when I am reading something heavy. Can't wait to listen to more by this author! Kathy
This story was entertaining and kept me interested the whole time. A light read, no brain strain involved. However, the narrator was awful. Her voice was harsh and her accent was all wrong. The main character was raised and had lived in Mississippi for her entire 29 years. Even with working to minimize it, she would not sound like this woman's abrasive voice. She did a terrible job on men's voices, making them sound more like obscene phone call voices. I will put her on my "never to listen to again" list. There are 2 others on the list, so I don't easily put people on it.