Thursday, June 10, 2010

Review: A London Werewolf in America by Pat Cunningham

A London Werewolf in America by Pat Cunningham

Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Genre: Paranormal Romance

Heat Rating: 2



British werewolf Roderick Chase has been sent to Philadelphia to get married. Instead he finds himself the target of werecoyote assassins. His only hope: Darinda Lowell, a witch with a low tolerance level for arrogant alpha males. She agrees to act as his bodyguard and use her magic to find out who’s trying to kill him.

There’s no way the pushy wolf and the vegetarian witch can get along, or so Darinda tells herself. However, love tends to work a spell even a witch can’t ignore. Can she claim the wolf who’s won her heart, or will she lose him to a murderer?

LynnMarie’s Review

I wasn’t sure what to expect when I started A London Werewolf in America. Paranormal romance is a favorite genre of mine, so I delved in, and couldn’t be more pleased that I did. Pat Cunningham is a brilliant author that puts her heart and soul into every sentence.

Roderick is a werewolf, an alpha, and very irresistible…even to the seemingly cold-hearted witch, Darinda. A witch and a werewolf make for a fun, interesting match. Pat Cunningham is hilarious! Her characters came alive for me and had me laughing out loud.

This isn’t just a light hearted read. There is a full, rich plot full of suspense, mystery, and don’t forget the sexual tension. Our heroine has met her match in Roderick. He’s not so easy to resist. Can she forget he’s part dog, and learn to trust him? Together they have to solve a murder, and their lives balance on the outcome. Their circumstances force them to work together, which leads to emerging feelings of love for both our characters. If they could both stop being so stubborn, things would work out perfectly.

A London Werewolf in America was one of the best paranormal romances I’ve read in awhile. It has everything you need, from a great plot and dialogue, to a sizzling romance. Don’t forget the humor! I suggest you don’t waste time in picking up your copy!

5 Tea Cups and a Recommended Read!

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