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Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Review: Flirting Under A Full Moon by Ashlyn Chase

9781402275692 Title: Flirting Under A Full Moon

Author: Ashlyn Chase

ISBN: 9781402275692

Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca

Format: Mass-Market Paperback $

How I Read It: Mass-Market Arc from Publisher

Rating: 4 Crowns

Never Cry Werewolf

Brandee has been dumped in every way possible, but by text is the last straw. That's it—she's officially done with men. Unfortunately, she's just been told her "soul mate" is the drool-worthy hottie all her friends call One-Night Nick.

Nick has been searching for true love for one hundred years. After all, werewolves mate for life, and he does not want to mess this up. As soon as he kisses Brandee, he knows she's the one. But how will he convince a woman who knows nothing of paranormals that she's about to be bound to a werewolf forever?

My Thoughts:

When reading novels by Ashlyn Chase, I find that I either love the book or want to chuck it at the wall. Flirting Under A Full Moon (book 1 in her Flirting With Fangs trilogy) was one of those books that I instantly loved.

Brandee is working as a waitress in a bar call Boston Uncommon (love that name, by the way, she is also an aspiring photographer who has been having bad luck on the dating front. When a physic tells her the next man to walk into the bar will be her Mister Right. Although when ‘One Night Nick’ walks through the door, Brandee is sure Sadie has lost her ability.

Nick Wolfensen’s (love his last name) wolfish nature is about more than just being a ladies man. In fact, this hunky guy is a werewolf. When Brandee catches the ex-cop turned p.i. shifting into a werewolf, things get rather interesting.

One thing I love about Ashlyn Chase’s writing style is that she always makes the characters interesting and offers the readers several subplots wrapped up in the main plot.

While I madly adore this book, I felt at times that Nick could be almost stalkerish in his obsession with Brandee, who was almost too ditzy. Other than it was a cute little romance.

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