I will read anything I can get my hands on. Seriously.
Most books I read are reviewed for Harlequin Junkie, but I'll have an occasional independent or author requested review that I'll post.
‘I was stranded in the middle of the Kentucky backwoods, with no phone, no transportation, and no idea how to get to civilization. …And I was trapped in the bluegrass version of Deliverance. With a vampire. Worst. Case. Scenario.’
Who else but Molly Harper could turn a novel about surviving a plane crash in the middle of nowhere Kentucky with a sexy–and thirsty–vampire into a comedic adventure with a hint of sweet romance?
I truly look forward to every new release by Molly Harper and thankfully she never disappoints. I know whenever I pick up one of her books that I’ll giggle until I snort and I’ll walk away with a smile on my face. And that’s just what happened here with Where the Wild Things Bite. Following Anna and Finn on their wilderness trek was pure entertainment and it gave us readers a chance to catch up with our favorite quirky characters from Half-Moon Hollow. What could be better, right?