Genre: paranormal romance
Cover: fun and pretty
Petty crime never looked so good...
Alpha werewolf Konrad Wolfensen sees it as his duty to protect the citizens of Boston, even if it means breaking into their businesses just to prove their security systems don't work. But when his unsolicited services land him in trouble with the law, he'll have to turn to his sexy new neighbor for help.
She should know better...
Attorney Roz Wells is bored. She used to have such a knack for attracting the weird and unexpected, but ever since she took a job as a Boston public defender, the quirky quotient in her life has taken a serious hit. Until her sexy werewolf neighbor starts coming around...
I know, I have gone against my own rules of always reading a series in order, and I don’t have the first book. But I have had this series on my wishlist for a while now and when I got the second book, I just had to read it. And I was not lost at all, this is perfectly readable as a stand alone novel.
Okay, way too many weeks and books have gone by between me reading this book, and trying to write the review. I just could not do it. I do remember I liked the book, as I looked for the others online, but I also disliked parts as the main characters are kind of naïve in trying to find a new job in something they will enjoy more than their current jobs.
I did like the many different paranormal creatures living in this house and I do want to read the first book someday.
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