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Review How to Flirt With A Naked Werewolf by Molly Harper

in 4 Star Review, Contemp Romance, Paranormal Romance 12 Comments

Kindle $7.99

Genre: Paranormal Romance/Contemporary

#1 in Naked Werewolf Series

384 Pages

What happens when you combine Alaska wilderness, werewolves, and a witty heroine? You get happy girls at Smokinhotbooks!

Moving on, How to Flirt with a Naked Werewolf (or as I like to refer to it as Nekkid Werewolf) starts off with Mo (real name Moon) fleeing Missouri to escape her overly enmeshed hippie parents and  to start over in Grundy Alaska.

Grundy Alaska:

Population just over 2,000

Men 70% ladies 30%

Where men offer slabs of meat for courting and if you’re a ‘semi attractive’ woman with all your teeth you’ll be showered with affection and attention.

After accepting a job as a cook in a local diner, she meets Mr. I Don’t Trust Outsiders, Cooper. Sexy as all hell, but has the disposition of a cranky wolf,; Mo decides to steer clear of the disapproving local. Just when she is feeling settled late one night she hears a loud knocking and a cry for help. It’s Cooper, in a trap, nekkid, on her front porch. Oh, and he is a werewolf. No. Effing. Way.

The romance in How to Flirt with a Naked Werewolf begins after Mo finds out what Cooper is. In classic Molly Harper style Mo’s internal dialogue and witty banter with he locals, really makes this story. I liked how Mo and Cooper’s romance progressed – instead of focusing on the ‘big werewolf reveal’ and then bam, story over. Molly Harper adds the side plots of local wolf attacking the locals and how Cooper became estranged from his pack. First off, I likey – I’ve read too many werewolf romance stories where the sole focus is how the main tweeps get together and these days that isn’t enough to hold my interest. I’ve got to hand it to MH and how she tied everything together.

If you were expecting this to be like the Jane Jameson series, I would say it is not as humorous because let’s be honest, no character can live up to Jane and Dick Chenney (no relation). Like with any Molly Harper book, I laughed, I snorted, I read it twice – How to Flirt with a Naked Werewolf is just the kind of book SHB likes. If you are looking for a light, funny, paranormal-ish/contemporary romance I’d highly recommend this one.

PS Next book is due out in March 29th The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf

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  1. Muhaha, that’s an awesome title. I was hoping to see the nude werewolf on the cover, though. Too risque? ;)

    Also, I need to visit Grundy to find a nice hubby to club and drag back to the cave….

  2. @Lindsay LOL!!!

  3. I wanna laugh too :D Sounds great

  4. Mo’s internal dialogue was one of my most favorite parts of this book. I just love Molly Harper and I loved this book too! Nice review!

  5. Oh wow, 4.5! I haven’t read a Molly Harper book yet. I like humor in my romance so this sounds like a series that would be right up my alley. Great review.

  6. That sounds adorable!

  7. @blodeuedd you will lols, I swears!

    @Julie I like that Harper is writing different characters for each book instead of one character series. Can’t wait for book 2!

    @FV Smexybooks is the one who turned me onto this author. God, her Jane series had me rolling on the floor.

    @Brooklyn Ann it was very cute ;)

  8. I loved this one. I used the quote when then argued and she warned him about going outside naked… and shrinkage! lol

  9. Lindsay, There will be a (partially obscured) naked werewolf on the second cover, THE ART OF SEDUCING A NAKED WEREWOLF. :)

  10. I just added this to my list! I still need to read her last series but I might tackle them soon. Glad to see its a good one!

  11. @Melissa I’m already excited to get my hands on book 2 only a few weeks away *pumps fist*

    @Tiffany The Jane series is one of my all time favs for humor.

  12. Oh lordy. I loved–LOVED–your review. It was so funny, much like the book sounds to be! I will def keep an eye out for some naked werewolves, cause who doesn’t love a suspicious, nude wolfman, a woman named Moon, and a small-town in Alaska?