Four Weddings and a Werewolf
by Kristin Miller
Genre: Paranormal Romance
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Reviewed by: Kristina | Source: Publisher
To have and to howl…
Logan Black, former Marine and bodyguard for the Seattle Wolf Pack, hates weddings and has no plan to walk the path to matrimonial misery. But when he’s hired to protect a hot-to-trot wedding planner with a werewolf stalker, he’s forced to put his feelings aside. Not such an easy task when the damsel can turn him on with a single smoldering glance.
Wedding planner Veronica Vale knows werewolves exist, but hates them. One bit her sister, changing their lives forever. When a sexy Marine shows his gorgeous face at one of her wedding appointments, Veronica finds it hard to focus on the task at hand.
The chemistry drawing Logan and Veronica together seems fated, but with Logan’s playboy attitude, Veronica’s hatred for werewolves, and a stalker lurking in the shadows, these two need more than passion to keep them together.
FOUR WEDDINGS AND A WEREWOLF is delightfully sweet, funny, and entertaining which is what I expected from a title that is a play off the sweet and funny romantic comedy, FOUR WEDDINGS AND A FUNERAL. Aside from being a nice fluffy romance there is actually a nice underlining of a mystery and danger to make the really story interesting. While I guessed at who the stalker was almost immediately the way in which his technique becomes increasingly invasive and scary over the course of the book made me wonder just how far this guy would go. The final confrontation with the stalker and Veronica proved that as crazy as stalkers can be, this one brings crazy to a new level.
The romance between Logan and Veronica is the classic love/hate relationship which is my favorite kind in a romance novel. The banter between these two is at times sweet and touching and sometimes weird and hilarious. I especially loved Logan’s reactions to various situations while joining Veronica on her trips to wedding venues and stores. Along with the entertaining conversations there is a nice amount of emotional depth and enough character development that I felt I could relate to Veronica and Logan on some level.
The chemistry between Veronica and Logan is hot and while they click on a physical level they also click on an emotional level with their own individual relationship hangups. It was nice to see them grow closer and work through their hangups together. While I adored these two together I was baffled at Veronica’s blind hatred and lack of knowledge of all thing werewolf especially since her close sister is one. Logan is super patient in both putting up with Veronica’s slight bigotry and in his wooing of her. I found his patience to be super charming and really enjoyed seeing him try to hold back on his frustration and attraction to Veronica.
FOUR WEDDINGS AND A WEREWOLF has a delicious blend of sweetness and danger. I am definitely looking forward to the next book of the Seattle Wolf Pack.
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