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The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf by Molly Harper Review

Title: The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf

Author: Molly Harper

First published March 29, 2011

336 pages, Mass Market Paperback

ISBN: 9781439195871 (ISBN10: 1439195870)

Rating: 4.02


A Wolf in Love

For years, the pack of werewolves in the secluded valley near Grundy, Alaska have kept their existence hidden. But when a curious outsider named Jack arrives in town to investigate rumors of their lycanthropic presence, pack alpha, Natalie Adams, knows she must do everything in her power to send him packing.

However, when she meets Jack, she finds herself struggling to resist his charm and wit.

As Natalie tries to keep her distance from Jack, a rival pack of werewolves threatens to take over their territory, forcing Natalie to put aside her feelings and focus on protecting her pack. But with Jack constantly on her mind and the threat of war looming, Natalie finds herself in a dangerous game of love and power.

Can Natalie balance her duty as pack leader with her growing attraction to Jack? Or will their love spell disaster for both humans and werewolves alike?

The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf is a thrilling and romantic tale of forbidden love and the struggle to find balance in a world of danger and desire.

About the Author

Molly Harper has written over 30 romance novels, such as the Half-Moon Hollow and Mystic Bayou series. She resides in Michigan with her loved ones.

For further details, visit www.mollyharper.com.

Editoral Review

Step aside, traditional romance stories. The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf by Molly Harper is a breath of fresh air in the paranormal romance genre.

Published on March 29, 2011, this novel takes readers on an adventure through the Alaskan wilderness, where Maggie Graham, a born-and-raised werewolf, finds herself struggling to navigate her new life in an alien town. Molly Harper is a novelist and journalist who has made a name for herself with her witty and relatable storytelling.

While The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf is undoubtedly a paranormal romance novel, Harper’s unique writing style elevates it above the average “girl meets boy” story. With an uncanny ability to create characters that feel like real people, Harper sets the stage for a delightful read from the very beginning.

The plot follows Maggie Graham as she flees her pack in the wake of a violent incident and finds herself in the small Alaskan town of Grundy. She’s determined to lie low and avoid any entanglements that could lead to another pack war.

But when the town’s most eligible bachelor, a hunk named Cooper Graham (no relation), takes an interest in her, Maggie finds it difficult to keep her distance. As the story unfolds, readers are treated to a vividly described setting that sets the stage for an action-packed and comedic romance.

The characters are a delight to read about, with Cooper and Maggie’s witty banter providing plenty of laugh-out-loud moments. The novel’s overarching theme of acceptance and loyalty is woven throughout the story, providing a relevant message for readers.

While the novel’s pacing is superb, there are moments where the plot feels a bit predictable. However, Harper’s vibrant and relatable characters keep the story feeling fresh and enjoyable.

Additionally, there are no major plot holes or inconsistencies that detract from the overall experience. Overall, The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf is a delightful read that is sure to entertain fans of the paranormal romance genre.

Harper’s unique writing style injects new life into the tired “girl meets boy” formula, making this novel a must-read for fans of the genre. With relatable characters and an action-packed plot, readers will feel as though they are right alongside Maggie and Cooper as they navigate their way to happiness.

Rating: 4/5 stars. While the plot feels predictable at times, Harper’s vibrant characters and relatable writing style make this paranormal romance novel a must-read.

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