How to Howl at the Moon
Sheriff Lance Beaufort is not going to let trouble into his town, no sir. Tucked away in the California mountains, Mad Creek has secrets to keep, like the fact that half the town consists of ‘quickened’—dogs who have gained the ability to become human. Descended on both sides from Border Collies,... show more
Sheriff Lance Beaufort is not going to let trouble into his town, no sir. Tucked away in the California mountains, Mad Creek has secrets to keep, like the fact that half the town consists of ‘quickened’—dogs who have gained the ability to become human. Descended on both sides from Border Collies, Lance is as alert a guardian as they come.
Tim Weston is looking for a safe haven. After learning that his boss patented all of Tim’s work on vegetable hybrids in his own name, Tim quit his old job. A client offers him use of her cabin in Mad Creek, and Tim sees a chance for a new start. But the shy gardener has a way of fumbling and sounding like a liar around strangers, particularly gorgeous alpha men like Sheriff Beaufort.
Lance’s hackles are definitely raised by the lanky young stranger. He’s concerned about marijuana growers moving into Mad Creek, and he’s not satisfied with the boy’s story. Lance decides a bit of undercover work is called for. When Tim hits a beautiful black collie with his car and adopts the dog, its love at first sight for both Tim and Lance’s inner dog. Pretending to be a pet is about to get Sheriff Beaufort in very hot water.
Publish date: 2015-02-28
Publisher: Pinkerton Road
Pages no: 323
Edition language: English
Series: Howl at the Moon (#1)
"I just wanted the best for my own children. But you, Lance, you’ve always needed someone special. And… I knew it was right when I met Tim. He needs you too, so much." Lance just looked at her helplessly, unable to say anything. "Oh, my dear son." She squeezed his hands. "He makes you dance." This ...
It wasn’t earth-shattering, but it was funny and fluffy. I must say I also expected to me punched in the feelz with a jackhammer, but hey, as a light and cute reading, I can’t really ask for more. So I won’t complain.I’ve always liked shapeshifters. I’ve read about wolves (multiple times), birds (Ki...
'How to Howl at the Moon' was one of the most entertaining and funnest books I have read in ages...yes, funnest is a word for the purposes of this review we're going to let it be a word, ok? Now I could go on and on about all the reasons that I loved reading this book but I have a buddy read over ...
I struggle with with shifters. I mean, I get the idea that they are special and need to fulfill both their human and animal forms. I get that the shifter communities need to protect themselves and often need to be covert, all of which creates tension and conflict. All of this makes for an excell...
This story was all kinds of sweet fun and I'm not even a dog person. Tim broke my heart over and over again. Sad, discouraged, taken advantage of and lonely. Trying to get himself back together in a new town. Sheriff McHottie aka Lance aka Chance doesn't trust Tim and is obsessive about protecti...