Thursday, April 11, 2013

[Review] - Flirting Under A Full Moon by Ashlyn Chase

Title: Flirting Under a Full Moon
Author: Ashlyn Chase
Series: Flirting with Fangs
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Release Date: April 2, 2013

I received this book from Sourcebooks, in exchange for an honest review.

Summary:  Never Cry Werewolf

Brandee has been dumped in every way possible, but by text is the last straw. That's it--she's officially done with men. Unfortunately, she's just been told her "soul mate" is the drool-worthy hottie all her friends call One-Night-Nick.

Nick has been searching for true love for one hundred years. After all, werewolves mate for life, and he does not want to mess this up. As soon as he see Brandee, he knows she's the one. But how will he convince a woman who knows nothing of paranormals that she's about to be bound to a werewolf forever?

Thoughts: Oh My Sexy Werewolf...

Waitress Brandee Hanson is swearing off men - after being dumped via text,  she's had it. Fate has other plans for her. Plans that involve Nick Wolfensen. A very hot werewolf and patron at the bar Brandee works at, but sadly he is known for his one night stands. For Nick one look at Brandee and he knows that one night with her will never be enough.  She is the mate he has been looking for.

Excellent read! Paranormal lovers will want to pick this one up. Chase has created a fun world to spend time in, with great characters.  There are times when I can get burned out on Paranormal Romance but then a story like this comes along and I remember why I love it so much.  Flirting Under a Full Moon has a wonderful mix of humor and romance. I loved it. Nick and Brandee are an interesting pair. They fell for each other pretty fast, but it really worked for them and the story.  Definitely get out there and buy this one. I look forward to other books in this series.

Score: 4 Stars

Author Website:

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Flirting Under a Full Moon
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  1. Great review. I used to not be very big on werewolves but Belinda Boring and Maggie Stiefvater definitely changed that for me. This sounds like an interesting read and I'm looking forward to it.

  2. Great review, interesting to see someone elses take on it. I liked it, didn't enjoy it just as much, the characters were a whirl wind lol



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