oh mg i absolutely love this book, i have already read it 4 times so far.. and i have read other books in this series... and i love those books too.. i had thought that the authors name was Lucy Monroe, but i guess it's something else, that i can't remember who it is right at the moment... but i will figure it out what her name is.. i am going to read all of her books in all of the series that she has out now...
I was a little nervous when I started this because Sara, heroine of the story, appeared to be the craziest of the three friends in Here Kitty, Kitty (even crazier than Angelina and that's saying something) and I'm not a gigantic fan of craaazy women. If I had known just how crazy she was I probably wouldn't have borrowed her book, but I didn't and I have, so I'll read it now and see how it goes. I also don't understand the lure of a crazy woman for the guys who love them. There are so many women out there who don't get out the shotgun to resolve an argument, why choose one who does? Aren't guys generally known for hating drama? Well Laurenston's heroines are the most drama-ery heroines of any I've read, and yet they still draw a crowd of guys panting after them. Huh. I guess there's no accounting for taste, even in the fictional romance world.
Book 1 of Magnus Pack, followed by Go Fetch. Cute andstory of Zach, who is a wolf shapeshifter and Sara, who doesn't know that she is one too. This book starts of a trilogy of 3 best friends - Sara, Miki and Angelina & their romantic involvements. Cute but sometimes the women's personalities are just too much.
This is a Magnus Pack series book. Zach and Sara are from two different "worlds" or so Sara thinks. This is a great Shape-shifter -Wolf- book to read. It didn't take me long to get through it but it was worth the read.
Hilarious - good story about three strong women and the men(?) who love them - this is actually just the first book - it's followed by two more: Go Fetch and Here Kitty, Kitty
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