Truly.....by the time I read this book it had been in my library for a few months so I'd forgotten the reviews. I thought it was a first book by this author until I came back to the page and saw other reviews. I found it slow and a bit boring.......the dialogue felt forced. It will be tough for me to give this author another chance.
I'm a grad student with very little time to edit reviews because I'm editing research papers. Forgive the typos. They're made with love.
Molly Harper is climbing steadily up my favorite authors list, as is narrator Amanda Ronconi. It just goes to show that if you have a like-minded individual read your work in the way it was meant to be read, it does wonders for the listening audience.
I will admit I was shy about getting this book even after reading and the "Nice Girls" books but I had such a good time with Harper's snarky prose that I dove in head first, despite the main character being named Mo. Ronconi's northern accent was 'a hoot' and made the book exciting.
Gotta say also that Cooper far surpasses Gabriel in the romantic lead department - and has much more depth as a character. I even liked the nod to the previously written novels.
My favorite moment in this book involves buying in bulk and the reaction it elicits. 5 star credit-worthy read
5 stars is i love and i will read agani and again. 1 is i hate and i never want to hear about it ever again. YES = :))) - NO= :'(
I'm a regular, i tend to see and read about many books here at audible.com... i kept on seeing this book, and i knew it was a best seller at audible, but for some weird reason i didn't even stop to read its summary.... i just red it the day before i wrote the review, and i loved it.. it was funny, it was engaging and i couldn't stop listening to it...
This is the first time i listen to a Molly Harper book, and i can see/hear/read her talent and why she is a good author.
What i like about this book that werewolves are big deal, but the main character doesn't really give a damn about that.. you get plenty of jokes and its ending was very good.
Basically its damn good, damn funny, and you get to like these characters.
Already bought the 2nd book, reading it right now.. and will pre order the 3rd one soon.
Myst/thrillers and ✨fun fantasies✨are my favorites but always open for a good story.
A great, funny book about a 29 year old girl, (Moe), who runs all the way to Alaska to get away from her overbearing, hippy mother. The quaint town that she settles in is as cozy as a warm coat and the town folk characters are a perfect mix.
Shortly after her arrival she starts a steamy, love affair with the local, handsome werewolf, (Cooper). Things get complicated very quickly after several brutal wolf attacks, and instantly the quiet, little town of Grundy goes on high alert. When the locals launch an investigation into the bizarre mystery, members of Coopers pack start showing up which only adds more ripples to this who done it.
This a good, witty story that never lags. The narrator does a great job and helped to make this a fun, light read that kept me laughing and interested throughout.
Molly Harper's "How to Flirt With a Naked Werewolf" will keep you laughing. She has a wicked sense of humor. Also, all of the characters in this book are well-developed with flaws and nuances. I highly recommend this for anyone who is looking for a different, fun take on a love story.
workingmomof2. Lots of driving time = many Audio books
Light reading/listening that will make you laugh and do a few spit takes with your morning coffee. The writing is fast paced, quirky and just a fun little fling through Mo's relationship in Alaska with a guy, who just happens to be a werewolf. So? Yes, there are some explicit passages in the story, 30 something women have physical relationships, duh. So mom's don't think it's appropriate for your pre teen young daughter, that surely isn't Molly Harper's target audience - so get your daughter some Twightlight books or Judy Blume and read this one yourself.
Amanda Ronconi does a pretty darned good job with the narration, almost like listening to your friend retell what happened last weekend over a huge 30oz pomagranite martini and some chocolate cheesecake. She is probably the best narrator for Molly Harper's style.
It's a fun read. It made me chuckle in the mornings on my way to work.
I spin my own wool and knit. Listening to audiobooks while I craft is one of my favorite things. I'm hooked.
If you're looking for a contemporary paranormal romance with a comedic twist, look no further. The female lead in this book was likeable, her love interest was very very interesting, and the dynamic between them was perfect. Molly Harper not only created fantastic lead characters, but also fleshed out her side characters. Anyone who has ever lived in a small town or community will instantly connect with some of the locals. The story had it all. There was mystery, passion, family drama, paranormal doings, everlasting love and lots and lots of irreverent humor.
It's hard to narrate humor. It's all about timing and inflection, but Amanda Ronconi rose to the task and delivered a fantastic performance.
I love books! Audiobooks take stories to the next level. I'm obsessed with Audible and will try to rate all of my books. Happy Listening! ;)
This is just the perfect paranormal romantic comedy. Molly Harper writes a super funny story about falling in love with a werewolf and Ms. Ronconi does a flawless narration! A great story and perfect narration make an audiobook that you can listen to over and over again. I have all of Ms. Harper's audiobooks and fortunately they are all narrated by the same wonderful narrator. This was a credit very well spent!
I really liked the main character, Mo. Maybe because I love cooking too and I also have a secret longing to just move far far away. Great supporting characters, too. It sort of made me think of Northern Exposure!
As with her other books, this was another really fun read. I recommend this book to anyone who wants to read stress free fun light urban fantasy novel.
No, I have read other books of this type that I enjoyed.
No, her voice was annoying.
What a waste of good money!