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73. Pack Challenge by Shelly Laurenston...

July 6, 2010
Title: Pack Challenge (Magnus Pack #1)
Author: Shelly Laurenston
ISBN-13: 9781599982717
Publisher: Samhain Publishing, 2006
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FTC Disclosure: My copy of Pack Challenge was on sale at B&N. I am an IndieBound and Amazon affiliate, and any purchases made by clicking on the cover or the links provided may result in monetary compensation.

drey's thoughts:
I will 'fess up and let you know that I bought Pack Challenge because it was (a) on sale, and (b) has a yummy dude on the cover. Yummy, yummy,  nekkidness on the cover. Yup, I'm (sometimes) shallow like that. So there. *grin*

Anyhoo. The shallowness was rewarded (ha ha!) because Shelly Laurenston's characters are wicked funny. Wicked funny. So funny I found myself snorting out loud, laughing out loud, and at points, doing both at the same time. Needless to say the Mr. was amused.

Sara, Miki, and Angie are best friends--they watch out for each other, and beat up on whomever's messing with one of the three. They're sassy, opinionated, and can sometimes be (dare I say it? skip the next few words if you're sensitive) downright bitchy. When Sara meets the man she's meant to be with, her BFFs are there to make sure she doesn't screw this up. Hilarity ensues. Give this a whirl if you like your paranormal with a healthy dose of the lovey-doveys. Or enjoy feeling just a little bad for the poor dude (as you're shaking your head along with him)...

Warning: This is a Samhain offering, which means there's quite a bit of the horizontal (& vertical) tango, along with quite a bit of language.

drey's rating: 3.5/5 Very Good

Challenges: 100+


Harvee said...

I alos believe a 3.5 rating is very good! Some people believe a 4 has to be very good. i have a four star read you might like- by Ann Mah, a Chinese American who tries out Beijing for four years and now lives in Paris. Her novel Kitchen Chinese is loosely influenced by her own experiences. Kitchen Chinese and other books

Harvee said...

Oops! Wrong link. Here's Kitchen Chinese by Ann Mah.

Anonymous said...

I've been a lover of this author for awhile - and my coworkers look at me funny because I'm laughing so hard. I haven't read this one, but Mane Attraction and Beast Behaving Badly (her newest) are both GREAT! Ya just GOTTA pick her up!

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