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Monday, January 11, 2016

Book Review: What a Werewolf Wants

What a Werewolf Wants (San Franciso Wolf Pack #3) by Kristin Miller

What a Werewolf Wants (San Francisco Wolf Pack)A paranormal category romance from Entangled's Covet imprint...

They may not be the perfect match…But they’re having fun.
Going to the chapel, and her sister is going to get married…no matter what.

Josie Cole might be unlucky in love, but she’s a pro at matching other couples. When her sister gets married to the man of her dreams, it’ll be Cole Matchmaking Services one-hundredth match, and secure Josie a television special that would boost business.

Private investigator–and werewolf–Ryder McManus doesn’t believe in marriage. Catching cheating spouses has taught him there is no such thing as happily ever after. But then he never expected to find his fated mate, Josie, at his best friend’s wedding festivities.

When Josie and Ryder are together, the chemistry heats up. While he’s trying to stop the wedding, she’ll do whatever it takes to give the couple a dream day. But the secret he’s trying to expose might just ruin everything…

Released January 11th, 2016

MEOW . . . MEOW . . . MEOW

What a Werewolf Wants is Kristin's (6th werewolf book), third in the San Francisco Pack.
An Stubborn Ryder McManus thinks he knows everything about relationships, love and marriage. He believes that they are not meant to last based on all his works of trailing lying boyfriends, cheating fiances and unfaithful husbands.

Looking for your perfect match? Josie Cole is the ultimate matchmaker, she just recently paired up her 100th successful match which happens to be her sister and everything about this 100th match was going to be film. It's the kind of promotion her successful business need however if she is such a wonderful matchmaker why hadn't she found her one true match?

Both Josie and Ryder have this instant connection upon their first meet.

As you know Kristin's werewolves books deals with a wolf finding his luminary, what made Ryder so different from all the other male wolves she written was his determination that he never wants to get marry, have children or find love. Ryder believes he knows everything about marriage and relationships but I think he's never really had one either.

Josie on the otherhands has no problems with having a relationship but she got so caught up in her business that she never set out there. But when she meets Ryder, she felt that connection that she does when pairing up couples.

The most funny part of this book was the big Wolf reveal, Ryder's best friend Mitch who marrying Josie's sister gets himself so drunk that he shifted in the back of a bar alley. I guess one of the reasons why Mitch "Carelessly" did this was because Ryder kept pushing and nagging on him that he had to tell Carrie the truth about what he is. Again Ryder wanted to show Mitch what he saw in his eyes about marriage, but clearly that backfires.

Even the coded conversation that Carrie and Josie had while being film was hilarious, I was almost afraid that Liza was going to pick up on the fact that they might not be talking about a dog. Both Josie and her sister Carrie agreed to be turned, I love Carrie's and Mitch Idea but at the same time I enjoyed Josie and Ryder's idea just doing it after being together for a couple months.

I really have to give this 5 Cat's Paws, everything that I said in my review reflects why I gave it five Cat's Paws.

Now I just wonder  . . . WILL Kristin write MORE??? I already sent her a message about something so I guess I'll see what's she say! Also if you haven't seen some of the posts on facebook and Twitter (I tried to do it on both), I've written a Fan-Fic story on Silas Wilder the big bad wolf from Gone with the Wolf. So far 10 chapters are up, and I'll try to upload more when I get the time. 

Link: https://www.wattpad.com/story/55947728-taming-the-big-bad-wolf


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