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Not His Werewolf introduces Betty who runs an animal shelter. Betty is half human and half werewolf and feels all werewolf. Unfortunately she has been exiled from her pack as she is unable to shift. She has tried to adapt to the human world but still feels all werewolf. Then Ken comes into her life. The Beta of the local pack and the Alpha's son. Ken has no doubt that she is a werewolf as she is his soul mate. All this happens in the first chapter of the book so you can imagine the ups and downs that these two are going to go through! This is a funny and romantic book that is suitable for all ages. I look forward to the next in line Not His Vampire!
Lovely feel good lighthearted read ! Despite all the luggage she has this girl packs a lot into her life, animal lover, friend, daughter and living destitute with a healthy dose of humour. Very enjoyable !
I also love Annie's writing style. As I say in all of my reviews of Annie-books, she has the perfect balance of heat and humor, and they always leave me with a smile and wanting more!
In addition, she has a unique talent for writing shifters. She gives them human qualities in their animal form and vice-versa, and she does it in such a way that I've never really seen done before.
I was really cheering for Betty. She couldn't shift, and that left her in limbo between the human and paranormal worlds. Her struggle was so touching, but what she lacked in sense of self, she made up for with sass!
Ken was every bit the dominant male. I enjoyed reading his devotion to Betty and how he handled being introduced to her wacky way of thinking.
The ending was so awesome, and I was SO so happy for both of them!
This is the second book I've read in this series. While it's not necessary to have read Not His Dragon in order to enjoy this book, I HIGHLY recommend it. Angie and Eoin (from that book) hang out a lot in this story, and I was so happy that I got to catch up with them!
I can't wait for more in this series!!!
(I received a copy of this book in consideration of an honest review)