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Tuesday, August 5, 2014

ARC Review: So I Married a Werewolf by Kristen Miller

Book Three in the Seattle Wolf Pack can be read as part of the series or as a stand-alone. This was a quick read and I thoroughly enjoyed it. The characters are all likable and funny which is one thing I look for in a book. This is more a contemporary romance then paranormal the fact that they are all werewolves is inconsequential to the plot of the story it could have been completely left out and not much would have changed. That being said it was still a great read and I want to go back and read the first two books.

Carter Griffin is our clueless hero he works as an enforcer for the pack; he is best friends with his neighbor, Faith Hamilton a dog trainer who works her ass off to get her little brother through school. Faith has tried to keep her attraction to her sexy playboy neighbor reigned in, knowing that his normal type are Barbie doll bimbo types. Carter likes his playboy life style having found his destined life mate already and had it not work out, only to have her die before they could work things out. So Carter keeps things simple and easy with no strings attached. That is until he finds out his promotion depends on his being married or not, so he does what any clueless hero would do in this case and lies. Desperate for help his friend Faith seems to be the answer. Faith loves her little brother more than anything but his recent acceptance to Yale has her bank accounts drained, then Carter offers her a solution, he will pay for her brother’s schooling if she pretends to be his fiancĂ©e. Faith sees no other way but to help Carter.

Carter thinks that he can get off easy and just have a long “engagement” with Faith until his competition for the job very loudly voices his doubts to the authenticity of the engagement. In a spur of the moment act of craziness Carter and Faith get married in front of all the council members. It isn’t until Cater kisses Faith for the first time does he realize there may be more to their relationship then just friendship but with his past experience has him doubtful that she could be a second chance for him. Faith is so good for Carter, at least he thinks so he never wanted it to last forever and made sure she knew that. Faith is scared to admit that she loves Carter and with the knowledge that she is going to pay him back she is lucky her dog training blog is really starting to take off and earn her extra cash but afraid of failure keeps it from Carter. Carter has to face a whole lot of truths about himself before he transitions from the clueless hero to the clued in hero, Faith just has to keep it together long enough for him to realize it. What really makes this story memorable is Humperdick, the absolutely adorable dog with a shoe fetish that Faith is fostering and training for her blog.

**ARC provided by Publisher**

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  1. Great review - I just finished this as well, it was a cute story:)