Attorney Roz Wells is worried about her best friend who just married a self-professed shape-shifter. Though, she’s willing to keep an open mind and how could she not with a name like Roz Wells, she’s also not above trying to find out what is going on at her best friend’s apartment complex and what the deal is on her best friend’s new man. While her best friend is out of town, Roz finagles her way into renting her best friend’s old apartment so that she can get to the bottom of things.
Konrad Wolfensen and his brother have a sweet business going, in which they break into people’s homes to convince them that they need security and then sell them security systems. Konrad isn’t feeling too good about his part of the job which entails breaking in to people’s homes. He’s thinking about making a career change when a job goes bad and he needs a public defender. Roz comes to his rescue.
Roz is also feeling burnt out on her job and is looking for a change, so when Konrad and she start to get together they decide it would be a great idea to try different types of activities as possible job leads. They try ballroom dancing, cooking lessons and even sky diving lessons all of which are made up of some madcap activities and heavy flirting. In the meantime, Roz is continuing to look into the residents at the apartment complex, one of which is Konrad, and though a lot of weird and unexpected things are going on perhaps the most unexpected is how well Konrad and she click. Though Konrad seems a bit of a bad boy at first, it soon becomes apparent that he’s just a lost wolf trying to find a new home. However, Konrad is keeping a big secret from her and though he thinks she may be his for a lifetime he’s going to have to let go of those secrets before she is willing to commit to him.
The Werewolf Upstairs is a fun read, with a lot of paranormal activity, and a slew of secondary characters. It’s original and full of laughs, steamy sex and madcap mayhem. Some of the predicaments Roz and Konrad get themselves into are entertaining and humorous. I thoroughly enjoyed this book, and hope to read more from the author in the future.
Desperate for change, public defender Roz Wells decides moving into a new apartment is just what she needs to shake things up. But she'll get more than she bargained for when she starts dating the drop dead gorgeous boy next door, who just happens to be a shape-shifter...and quite possibly a criminal. Security salesman Konrad Wolfensen has made a living staging break-ins to spook people into buying his security system, but when he's accused of a much more serious crime, he'll have to enlist the help of his sexy new neighbor/girlfriend to keep his cute, slightly wild rear end out of jail.