Quite delightful and entertaining. I'd give it a 7 out of 10 both for delivery and interesting story.
I loved the setting and the character development. The conflict with the family needs some work.
Very clear and easy to understand and easy to listen to voice
Pretty much so.
I liked the action following the pick-up truck crash.
Yes, I think I missed some things when I was laughing and telling my husband what was happening.
Deborah Coonts books about Lucky O'toole have the laughter effect. Fun easy read.
Laugh a lot!
Well writen and very entertaining! Just what you need to unwind from a stressful day! Check it out!
Yes, yes I would. It's a non-formulaic romance, and has great interaction between characters, and the joys and woes of regular life.
I was thoroughly entertained by her biting him on the butt when he thinks she's someone else.
It made me crack up laughing several times.
Great job creating unpleasant characters, too.
I had listened to the first book in the series
I liked how the main character was strong and there were some really funny lines that I laughed out loud at *the other people on the plane also got a laugh...at me*
I liked when the two packs started getting along and healing.
I liked this book but the first book was better! I would recommend both but obviously I would choose
These books are pretty funny! I hope that more books about this pack are in the future. They are great, light reads. Amanda Ronconi is not my favorite narrator but she's growing on me. Her female voices are good, her accents are fine but her male voices are lacking.
Audio books are just my cup of tea!
This book is the second in the series. Starting with book one is your best bet.
I waited awhile between book one and two and that was a good thing. In most series keeping the same narrator is essential (at least to me). The narration is great! But unlike a lot of series the main character changes from book one to book two. But the main character’s “voice” in book two is the same as the main character from the first book. That took a little getting used to for me.
It was well told and a funny story although I must admit to enjoying the first in the series best (How to flirt with a Naked Warewolf)
Ever wondered what goes on in the back woods of Alaska? Well, in real life there might not be werewolves - but in Harper's world there are complete with challenges, families and all the day to day hassles that make the community come alive. If you want a quick romp with fun characters and a plot that doesn't devolve completely around blood, violence and sex, you have come to the right author and story.
Maggie, the local alpha, doesn't welcome the presence of Nick, a "normal" academic type who wants to research wolves and the paranormal. Especially when staving off strange happenings and incursions from another pack are creating problems for her leadership.
The book is a quick, fun listen with Amanda Ronconi turning in an excellent performance.
I really enjoyed the story, I have listened to both books and thoroughly enjoyed them both. I was however disappointed that there were only two. Are there anymore in this series?