and then blogged about it…
Caleb Graham is a werewolf by nature, a tracker by profession. He uses his “extra gifts” to find people, and not always in the most legal or ethical manner. He doesn’t care what they’ve done, or who wants them found, as long as his considerable fee is paid. He likes his life simple and uncomplicated.
Anna Moder, former physician to Caleb’s pack, happens across Caleb during a particularly violent “negotiation” that has left him bloodied and unconscious. She helps him, despite the fact that he’s cost her a car, so he insists that she stay with him on the road for a while. As they grow closer, Anna looks past the gruff exterior and and the questionable job to thoroughly decent werewolf underneath.
Anna – who is careful to edit her involvement with Caleb’s pack from their conversations – doesn’t talk about why a nice girl wants to live in the middle of frozen nowhere, but she’s obviously on the run from something. When Anna’s past collides with Caleb’s current assignment from one of his sleazier contacts, Caleb finally has to make a choice—protect his job…or his potential mate?
Oh Molly how you make me smile…
Her books always make me laugh to the point where tears are forming in my eyes and it’s hard to continue reading, and this was no exception. It was cute, I wouldn’t go so far as to say it’s one of her best but it was definitely good. I loved the characters, I liked the storyline.
Caleb was well written, he was hot and you couldn’t help but love him. He was a dominate male, which was a total turn on but his domineering never went too far (which is a problem I’ve seen with many of the lead males of late). Anna/Tine was great funny and strong. I have a total soft spot for strong female leads, and I wasn’t disappointed in this book. I wish the couple had more communication, but I know that was suppose to be apart of the storyline (it still bugged me).
Molly Harper books are what they are, a great mix of comedy and chick-lit. If you’ve read one of her books before and liked it, you won’t be disappointed in this book, if you haven’t then it’s worth a try (side note: although it’s not required I’d start with the first in this series).