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Title: The Werewolf Wears Prada
Author: Kristen Miller
Publisher: Entangled Publishing
Published: April 28th, 2015
After letting her down by not turning up for a date and her seeing him attending the same date he’d asked her on with two luscious females, journalist Melina Rae accidentally ripped her Prada gown. She’s never had an explanation or apology from him, indeed they’ve not met again until she’s, once more, ordered to interview him for her magazine with the promise that she’ll be offered her dream job at Eclipse magazine if she manages to promote him as a caring, hard working sexy male and not the playboy image he currently seems intent on maintaining.
He is Hayden Dean. Unknown to Melina, he’s also a werewolf and the heir apparent to the San Francisco Wolf pack after his adoptive father’s death. He’s also convinced that she’s his soul mate or Luminary but that, as a human, she’d be in deadly danger if he took her for his mate. The chemistry between them is irresistible, their attraction undeniable but the past and his worries about the future are between them. There are also rogue werewolves in the area determined to prevent him becoming the pack Alpha. With so much against them, does their love stand a chance?
A great fun read, with complex characters, great interactions and a plot that is both fast paced and full of hidden twists and turns to keep it interesting. There’s romance, mystery, kidnapping and murder in this well written paranormal story that will delight lovers of this genre.
Thanks to the author, publishers and NetGalley, too, for letting me read an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.
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