Convinced that she will never find true love because of a family curse, Rylie dedicates her life to helping lonely local werewolves meet their soul mates through her company Got a Mate Dating Service. When she begins to fall for one of her clients and believes that the curse is finally lifted, her life takes a dangerous turn.
Rylie, who is being tormented by an ex-client, must convince her new love that she is in serious trouble not delusional, as he fears – before it is too late.
I like PNR with a touch of humor. I like a book that has a bit of humor thrown in. I love werewolves and characters with spunk. How to Date a Werewolf had all that, yet for some reason it just didn’t grab me.
I’m not sure what it was. The story was good. The characters were engaging. The dialogue flowed easily. There was just something about this one that didn’t make me fall in love with it.
Don’t fret though. That doesn’t mean that I’m not recommending it. I think the Rylie Cruz series has definite potential and I’m not abandoning it at all. I’ll get around to reading the rest of the series, I’m just not scrambling to pick up the next one.
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