How to Flirt with a Naked Werewolf by Molly Harper

How to Flirt with a Naked Werewolf

byMolly Harper

Kobo ebook | February 22, 2011

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Northern Exposure

Even in Grundy, Alaska, it’s unusual to find a naked guy with a bear trap clamped to his ankle on your porch. But when said guy turns into a wolf, recent southern transplant Mo Wenstein has no difficulty identifying the problem. Her surly neighbor Cooper Graham—who has been openly critical of Mo’s ability to adapt to life in Alaska—has trouble of his own. Werewolf trouble.

For Cooper, an Alpha in self-imposed exile from his dysfunctional pack, it’s love at first sniff when it comes to Mo. But Cooper has an even more pressing concern on his mind. Several people around Grundy have been the victims of wolf attacks, and since Cooper has no memory of what he gets up to while in werewolf form, he’s worried that he might be the violent canine in question.

If a wolf cries wolf, it makes sense to listen, yet Mo is convinced that Cooper is not the culprit. Except if he’s not responsible, then who is? And when a werewolf falls head over haunches in love with you, what are you supposed to do anyway? The rules of dating just got a whole lot more complicated. . . .

Title:How to Flirt with a Naked WerewolfFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:February 22, 2011Publisher:Pocket BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1439195889

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Hilarious Molly Harper does it again, leaving me choking on my laughter and having the time of my life whilst reading one of her novels.
Date published: 2017-03-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from How to flirt with a naked werewolf Loved Molly Harper's books! Great humour & storyline. A wonderful bit of entertainment that captures you from start to finish
Date published: 2015-05-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fun! Fun happy read.
Date published: 2014-08-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from How to Flirt with a Naked Werewolf Has everything, humour, romance, mystery. Great quick easy read
Date published: 2013-07-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A great getaway romance adventure I love Cooper. He sure knows how to make an entrance and sweep a girl right off her feet. Cooper is probably one of the surliest, most pain-in the butt, sexiest werewolves I’ve come across; he makes me bite my bottom lip. And then there is Mo: a girl who has overcome her crazy past and made a name for herself. She’s nice, but stands up for herself and the people she loves when needed. My kind of girl. And here is what got me from the beginning: who hasn’t thought about packing up and moving to some obscure location to simply find yourself? I think about that at least twice a year. I found myself smiling more, and more while reading this novel. I found myself falling in love with Cooper from the moment she described him, and his cocky and angry attitude. From the way he shuts her up, to the way he shows up at her house I was completely taken. If Cooper were real I would be having his Pups. Now, I was quite shocked because there is a bit of a mystery that ties in with the romance and usually I am good at calling who the “bad guy” is, but I couldn’t pin point who it was until it was revealed. It was pretty well hidden which makes me even happier. There was something that I didn’t like about the book mainly Mo…just a little tiny bit. She seemed too perfect sometimes (this may be my jealousy over Cooper come out too). I found myself swept away to a small obscure town like I’ve dreamt about doing so many times, and while I was there Molly Harper told me a love story that sizzled my skin from head to toe while giving me an adventure along side it. Good: Cooper—I definitely have no complaints about sexy, sexy Cooper. Other than the fact that he is not real. Or, maybe he is and I just need to have a really really long road trip. Mo—She independent and has gotten away from her over bearing flower-power parents and created a life for herself. Maggie—She has some anger-management issues. Or maybe she just has some girl power. Either way…her character makes me smile a little. Allan—I did like you Allan. Bad: Mo—sometimes she seemed just a little too perfect. Overall (Writing style, story line, and general): Overall the story was well written and the characters were extremely enjoyable. I loved reading and watching as the plot and the characters evolved, and I loved when Cooper said things and/or did certain extremely sexy things that I know every girl would have loved their man to pull off just as effectively. I laughed, I cheered, and I even got angry sometimes. Molly Harper keeps you on your toes and your heart pounding with her supernatural romance that is sure to bring a smile to all her reader’s faces. View more of my review and others at my blog:
Date published: 2012-12-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Loved it I laughed out loud in this book more times than I could count! It was a funny, sexy read. I loved all the characters, especially Cooper! Definitely picking up the next book in the serious.
Date published: 2011-10-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Another great series by Molly Harper I adore Molly Harper's writing. She has a witty, whimsical way of creating paranormal stories. Her Jane Jamison series was a laugh-out-loud blast. While this book had fewer hilarious moments, I actually found that I liked it even better than her previous works. I enjoyed learning about the characters more, and Harper's writing is "tighter" than her other books, a result from more experience as a writer. The main character Mo is a sensible woman who had been raised by hippies on a commune. Needing to get away from her loving, but over-bearing parents, Mo packs up and leaves her Mississippi home to start new in a small town in Alaska. A series of events lands her a job working as a cook at the local restaurant/bar/food store in town. Mo's neighbour, Cooper, is surly and refuses to be friendly to her at first. But when she finds him on her doorstep, naked, things become a bit more complicated. Cooper is a great character. Brooding and a loner, he is a wonderful romantic hero. One can't help but like him, even as he is being ornery and obstinent. He has a family history that has kept him away from his home, and a secret that Mo stumbles upon. The supporting characters in this book are a delight. Evie, the restaurant owner and Cooper's cousin, is a wonderful girlfriend for Mo; Buzz, her husband, is like a big-brother-type character. There when a girl needs him. Maggie, Cooper's tomboyish, hothead sister, spices things up in the latter half of the story. Even Abner, the elderly man who comes into the reastaurant and consistantly proposes to Mo, is endearing. Luckily, the next book in the series is out this month, giving us a double dose of Mo and Cooper. I can't wait!
Date published: 2011-03-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Charming “When a naked man shows up on your doorstep with a bear trap clamped around his ankle, it’s best to do what he asks.” Oh yeah. After reading that opening line, I knew I’d like this book. It’s no secret that I am a fan of Molly Harper’s books. I love her writing voice and I find her books to be light, entertaining and full of heart. How to Flirt with a Naked Werewolf is the first book of Molly’s newest series. With a title like that, how could you not be intrigued?! The story centers on Mo who is pretty much running away from home. Her overbearing parents have kept her from finding out who she really is and what she really wants. So she moves from the American South to Grundy Alaska…while her parents were out of town. *g* Her parents are as hippie as they come and stories of Mo’s upbringing made me giggle out loud. The parents certainly add a humorous element to the story, but not so much that they take away from Mo and her misadventures in her new life. I really thought Mo was a fun character to read. She could have been written as being completely helpless seeing how she was so out of her element up there in Alaska, but Molly wrote her as a fully capable woman. That doesn’t mean that Mo didn’t have a few issues up North, it just means that Mo wasn’t as predicable of a woman as I anticipated she would be and I really appreciated that. And then of course there is Cooper. He is the werewolf in this tale. He starts off as a man you want to smack, then he becomes a man you want to curl up next to, then you want to smack him again, then you want to smile because he no longer makes you want to smack him…as hard. He was fun to read and his chemistry with Mo was wonderful. This book is of course about how Mo and Cooper meet and fall in love, the people who live in Grundy Alaska and the main characters families. But there is also a little mystery going on and the ‘who is responsible for the bad things that are happening’ part of the story was really well done. There is a wolf attacking and killing people around Grundy and I had no idea who was responsible and why until it was explained. That was fun! Now I’ll tell you this because I know you’re wondering. The style of this book is very similar to Molly’s Jane books, but the only thing they have in common is that Jane’s bookstore is quickly mentioned and the dating book that is quoted in Nice Girls Don’t Date Dead Men is mentioned as well. No, the characters don’t cross over nor does the story line (for some reason I’ve been asked that quite a bit). But you know what? They wouldn’t fit in this series. These new characters that you meet will win your heart and you won’t even be thinking about those other guys while reading this wonderful book. I found How to Flirt with a Naked Werewolf to have all the charm that I’d come to expect from one of Molly’s books. The main characters were charming, the supporting characters were charming, the setting was charming and the ending was sweet…and charming. I was really looking forward to reading this book and it certainly didn’t disappoint. I am looking forward to picking up the next book in this series, The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf, when it comes out March 29th.
Date published: 2011-03-01