Wolf at the Door
Publish date: 2011-10-04
Publisher: Berkley Trade
Pages no: 288
Edition language: English
For more reviews, check out my blog Craft-CycleI read this book on a road trip. It was a perfect book to read in the car, because I could easily detach myself from it if a conversation started and I didn't have to pay too much attention to the text, which usually gives me a headache.Knowing that it ...
Extremely funny, had me laughing quite a few times.
It's the age-old story: she's an uptight werewolf accountant, he's a nebbishy superhero sidekick, and they meet and fall in love while spying on the queen of the vampires. A silly, shrill good time.
Very easy beach reading. Liked that it wasn't focused on Betsy.
Wolf at the Door was another entertaining romp from MaryJanice Davidson. She has a knack for creating quirky characters and then dropping them in absurd situations. Rachael is a werewolf and an accountant. She is ordered by her cousin Michael, head of the Wyndham Pack, to move to St. Paul and keep w...
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