I really enjoyed this book. It was a fun, lighthearted romance with just the right touch of humor and I found myself reading along with a smile on my face.
I liked the characters and felt that the plot was exceptionally well written. I particularly enjoyed the humorous aspect of the story. I got quite a few chuckles during the scenes where Rachel was trying to "help" the wolf and then again when she confronted Jake about hiding him.
I absolutely adored Rachel, she was one of those few characters that I wouldn't mind getting to know in real life. I can usually find things to nitpick about a character but not her. I liked everything about her. Her bright personality and optimism come to mind as some of her best attributes.
It did take me a while to warm up to Jake though. I didn't like his werewolves are superior to human’s attitude at all. Then he stubbornly held onto that until the end. However, he did step up at the end so I got my HEA.
I liked that the writer gave me a surprise and a taste of suspense at the end. It made the story so much more exciting even though it was already such a great book. Some days I'm looking for a more lighthearted read and don't need all the drama. I found exactly what I was looking for in this one.
I enjoyed it and highly recommend it.
He’s a lone wolf?for now.
In Polecat, Alaska, Rachel Miller and Jake Hunter have a mutual admiration for each other?from across a lake. There’s nothing Rachel likes more than spying on the very fit wilderness guide when he skinny-dips each night. And Jake has always been curious about his reclusive artist neighbor. He even bought Rachel’s first wood carving: a wolf who looks suspiciously like him....
Jake is a werewolf, but not just any werewolf. He’s the founder of WARM (Werewolves Against Random Mating). And that means a human like Rachel is off-limits, no matter how attractive he finds her.
But when Rachel is threatened by a bear, and Jake shifts to save her, their lives collide with an intense passion, one that could change everything they’ve ever felt about themselves?and each other....