Mouth-Watering Monday: Werewolf in Seattle by Vicki Lewis Thompson (1)

Posted January 2, 2012 by Carmel in / 6 Comments

Mouth Watering Monday
Weekly meme hosted by Nice Girls Read Books

This week I’m drooling over…

I like the airy aspect of this cover. The combination of the view, the sky and the blue title is very harmonious.

The tiny wolf is cute. It lets readers know that this is a werewolf book but not overpoweringly so.

The girlie artwork is nice change from the norm. Most paranormal romance covers tend to be “darker”.

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He arouses her animal instincts.

Luna Reynaud has always been a lone wolf—because she’s half human. Afraid she’ll be rejected by both communities, she’s kept her secret from everyone, even the Weres she’s found a home with working on an estate in the San Juan Islands. But when her boss suddenly dies and the heir arrives, she discovers some secrets aren’t meant to be kept.

As the head of the most powerful werewolf clan in Scotland, Colin MacDowell isn’t eager to take on the responsibility of his great aunt’s estate—until he meets her sexy assistant, Luna. He thinks she’s the Were of his dreams, until he finds out she’s not. Highly opposed to bringing even half-humans into the pack, Colin knows he must resist this powerful attraction. But once aroused, a wolf’s instincts are not so easily subdued.

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6 responses to “Mouth-Watering Monday: Werewolf in Seattle by Vicki Lewis Thompson (1)

  1. DJL

    These books by Vicki Lewis Thompson just sound and look so very cute! 🙂 And I couldn’t agree with you more about the covers being more girly than most other werewolf books. Great choice, Carmel!

  2. I will be curious to see if there is an element of humor in the story as to me is inferred by the cover. I have not yet read this author and will be hopping over to check our her work. Thanks for sharing today.

  3. @DJL – I’ve only read the 2nd one but I hope to read the other two soon.

    @Brenda Demko – I love the girlie covers!

    @Denise Z – A Werewolf in the North Woods was a funny read. Bigfoot was in it! LOL

  4. This does look cute! Normally I’m not a huge paranormal romance girl, but Molly Harper’s books have me changing my mind, and this looks similar.