Psychiatric nurse, Ella Stills is sure she's lost her mind. Why else would she agree to take care of her husband, that she threw out of the house, who has amnesia and doesn't remember that he's a werewolf? Okay, she's doing it because she has the pack's word that they will grant her a divorce from his sorry self.
Crosby Nash was on his way to the pack leaders with some very important information when he ended up in the hospital. He doesn't recall much of anything and sure doesn't feel like a werewolf! He can't wait to go home with Ella to recuperate and maybe she'll even let him play doctor.
Ella's having problems staying away from Crosby . He's reverted back to the fun loving guy she married but will he stay that way once his memory returns? And, what is so important that he needs to tell the pack?
Also, there is something strange going on just past the fence that separates the pack's land from everybody else's land. Could whatever is going on be linked to Crosby 's amnesia or what he was returning to tell the pack?
From the blurb on the front to the last page of the book, this story kept me amused and entertained.
Ella's descriptions of Crosby range from the Grand Poobah of Douchebaggery to asshat. She's not at all thrilled with him or what he's done. With Crosby not remembering what happened, he can't defend himself or explain. Ella's pretty sure there isn't a good explanation but could she be wrong?
Crosby comes across as an absolutely lovable guy who has flashes of memory. He knows that he's made love to Ella while she's washed the dishes before but how? And, the first time he actually changes into a werewolf, he pretty much scares himself into trouble!
This is a fun and light-hearted paranormal romance with just a touch of serious in it. Crosby has a lot to answer for, once he can remember what he did, but Ella did get back at him. As they try to figure out their relationship, there is a lot more serious stuff going on, but just a touch! For the most part the humor will keep you laughing as these two try to stay apart while their bodies are trying to get closer.
I really enjoyed this book and truly didn't want to leave these characters. Given the ending of the book, I might not have to. Yeah!!!
I highly recommend this wonderful story to anyone who enjoys a fun romping werewolf romance.
“I’m a what?”
“A werewolf who can’t remember he’s a werewolf because he has amnesia.”
That pretty much sums it up. The timing couldn’t be worse, too. Just when the pain of booting her asshat of a husband to the curb has started to lessen, Ella gets stuck babysitting his hairy amnesiac ass. Well…she is a psychiatric nurse, after all. In exchange for helping Crosby rediscover his inner werewolf, Ella has the pack’s word she’ll be granted a divorce. She’ll be free to move on. Maybe continue the Twitter flirtation she’s got going with @Hairofthedog. Hey, it’s a start.
But Crosby isn’t playing fair. No longer the Grand Poobah of Douchebaggery, with his memories gone, he’s more the charming, fun-loving man Ella fell in love with. How’s she supposed to hate him when he keeps smiling and charming and, oh yeah, screwing her six ways to Sunday? Though Ella’s body is game for more physical therapy, her mind hasn’t forgotten his betrayal. Crosby will need a damn fine excuse for what he’s done.
As it turns out, he has one—and it’s a doozy.