The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf surpassed my expectations, and well, I love when a book does that. The first in the series, How to Flirt With a Naked Werewolf, was a bit of fun but had me pet peeving more than I would like. This book? I loved the whole journey.
The love interest in this story is just a honey. He is not your typical alpha/macho/dripping-in-testosterone guy. Not in the slightest. What he is? Rugged, handsome, geeky, huggable, good in bed and the kind of guy I would like beyond the fictional pages. One that cares but isn't too much of a softy. One that likes his sexy times but isn't all about that. He's just fantastic.
Then we have Maggie… oh Maggie… I honestly didn't like her in the first book. She was angsty and while with good reason, she hadn't grown up enough. Now that things have changed for her, this character has really matured. I actually… liked being in her head. Yes, she was snarky. That was half the fun! Mixing that snark with her generally humorous personality, she made this story a good, fun and quick read!
Oh, what about plot line? you ask (or maybe you don't, I'm not a psychic, go away). Well, it wasn't particularly intricate and it was a tad predictable. Yet, that really didn't matter. What made this novel was the romance and the comedy, and it really did make this book. While it may not have had complicated twists and big-gapey surprises, it was still good ol' sexy fun. I loved it. I did. We all need a nice fun read sometimes, do we not?