When Denver-based Were blogger and founder of Honoring Our Werewolf Legacy (HOWL) Kate Stillman agrees to take on political "bad boy" Duncan MacDowell in a public debate about werewolf segregation, she's confident she'll sail through the challenge without letting down her guard. And what can go wrong while hanging out with the sexy Scottish founder of Werewolves Optimizing Our Future (WOOF) long enough to convince him his views on interspecies mating are mistaken?
Plenty, when Kate discovers that she's actually wildly attracted to her opponent - who by all accounts prefers dating human women! But what hope can there be when this irresistible werewolf-with-a-cause believes their future depends on Kate losing the argument?
©2012 Vicki Lewis Thompson (P)2012 Tantor
So far there hasn't been one book written by Vicki Lewis Thompson that I haven't enjoyed.The narrator Abby Craden did a great job doing the different dialogue and differentiating between characters.Sexy right from the start,a fun listen,can't wait to read about some of the other characters who have shown up in this story.
Civil War Nut LH
I liked the narration and it was a light, easy listen. It didn't grab me as much as the first two books in the series, but it was worth the credit and I'm sure I'll listen to it again. I think I might have gotten into it more if I were into Twitter, but occasional Facebook visits are as far as I go.
I've always loved the book, along with all of her werewolf series, but listening to it on audiobook just didn't work. I felt like Duncan was talking in a Scottish accent with a lisp. I think the reader was trying too hard with the accent and some sections were regular english with the lisp part mixed in to make it sound Scottish. Overall it was bad.
Wife to sometimes neglected husband (due to listening to audiobooks) and mother to adult children. I am a relatively recent avid reader/listener, only really starting to read for pleasure a few years ago but now am thoroughly addicted.
This series is lighthearted and a fun easy read, and this book in particular I found I wanted to continue to listen, while the previous books I had no trouble stopping and picking the story back up sometimes days later.
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