The werewolf idea has been overused but that is not the problem with this story, which is light and fluffy and OK in many ways. The problem is a narrator who is pretending to be a twenty-something from the deep south, specifically Mississippi, without a Southern accent. Nada. The accent is referred to in the text at least three times but it is totally missing. The male voices are Ok, although not inspired, and the voice of Alaskan natives are Ok accent-wise but very similar. Narrator just brings this nice, mediocre novel down.
Hey Hey Hey
Not heavy listening. Listened to this while I was laying out in the sun--which was perfect because it didn't require a lot of brain power or stir many emotions. Humorous relationship with her parents--very Santa Cruz for the south. If you want something mindless, this would do.
This book was an easy listen. I could not pay attention and still come back and know what was going on. I would listen to Molly Harper books again, but only if they were on sale, and I wouldn't waste a credit on this one.
I found myself laughing out loud at the dialogue and driving around the block to keep listening. I hope there's a sequel. This is a wonderfully fun story and a fun listen. It moves along quickly in a great setting and the characters are not complicated . Its just an easy easy listen that puts a smile on your face
This story was the funniest Werewolf story I have ever heard. I love the main character Mo, she is Hilarious! The story is kinda predictable but I like predictable stories. The humor alone in this story makes it a great book to read. Loved It! Love the Narrator too! This is a must read if you like Werewolf stories or you just need a good laugh.
I bought this book based on the excellent reviews it got and they didn't lie. This book was funny and entertaining and Very Naughty!
There's not much real paranormal in this paranormal romance, but plenty of suggestions of Northern Exposure meets Dharma and Greg. Pure fluff with a bland, verging on annoying female lead who finds her guy in a brooding, easily manipulated were. This story seemed to go on forever before the inevitable results of sex show up, as conveniently shortened gestation. As harmless and silly as Naked Werewolf is, I almost regret the time I spent listening to it. The narrator is adequate unless trying to do regional accents.
This was a fun read. Like Ms. Harper's "Nice Girls" series this story is filled with hilarious dialog. The story itself was kind of a combination between "Men in Trees", "New Moon" and Merlotte's bar. Being a fan of all of those, I quite enjoyed this book.
The characters, other than the main ones, are not as interesting, and it is deffinitely not as just plain hilarious as Jane. It is funny, but this book seems juvenile like young adult fiction . That is OK if the story is line is good and characters are well developed, but this one has graphic, somewhat violent sex scences that just don't seem to fit. It just made the book feel like an uneven, bumpy ride. It has humor which helps, but again not as funny.
This is the third book by this author that I have read. This one was different since it took place in Alaska. I thought the weather should have played a greater part in the novel. I enjoyed this one but it have noticed that Molly Harper's male characters are rather wimpy despite being supernatural creatures. It's a light read although I figured out easily who the bad guy was in the book.