More Bark than Bite
Novelette (26361 word count)
More Bark than Bite is a wonderfully written paranormal romance by Melissa Hosack.
Morgan Phillips is a reporter who on the advice of a friend uses a rouse to get the attention of Officer Graham Audrick, with the hope that she can get some information on a case for a story. Graham is a cop with deep secrets that Morgan is going to have to come to terms with as a serial killer becomes obsessed with Graham, if she is going to claim the love of her life.
Ms. Hosack’s characters are funny and charming; with intelligence, that makes this paranormal story so believable. This is a fast-paced story, with an engaging plot and steamy passion that make the reader long to be one of the characters in the story. Even though this book has dark undertones, there is sparkling humor that just adds to the richness of the story. I enjoyed reading this book and stepping into the world that Ms. Hosack has created and would really like returning there in future books. This delightful heart-warming book is a definite keeper and a book that I would recommend.
Book Blurb for More Bark than Bite
More Bark Than Bite follows a reporter’s inquiry into a serial killer investigation that leads through the world of the supernatural. Reporter Morgan Phillips jumps on the opportunity to further her career when a killer plagues her city. Under the guise of needing assistance, she places herself along the predictable route of police officer Graham Audrick.
Knowing that Graham is attracted to her, Morgan attempts to charm information out of him. She gets in way over her head when her sly flirtation turns into a full out seduction by Graham. Not only is she now emotionally involved in the case, but she also discovers that the killer she’d desperately wanted information on is a werewolf bent on revenge against humanity. This supernatural murderer also has an abnormal obsession with Graham. Now worried about simply staying alive another day, Morgan learns that Graham has a few secrets of his own that may be just as dark as the killer’s.
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