The Girl Who Cried Werewolf (Of Fates & Fables Book 1) by Heather Hildenbrand and Bam Shepherd
The Girl Who Cried Werewolf is a paranormal shifter romance/ snarky roommate, all-night party! Romy is a romance book influencer and self-identified book-boyfriend geek. When she stumbles on a real-life hunky werewolf on her way home from the bar one night, she is bound and determined to show her followers that werewolves exist as a way to pass her social media class project. A little sleuthing and stalking helps her track down her hunk, Kash Montgomery, only for her to realize that he is hunkier and more dangerous to her libido than she could have imagined. She knows she might be in over her head when he turns the tables and pursues her, but her hormones and the threat of failing as an influencer keep her from backing down. Her two best friends and roommates, Talia and Anna, are always super supportive, even if they don’t share her passion for books, but when girls on campus start going missing and Romy starts getting hateful and accusatory blow-back they are worried her obsession might be putting her in danger. Little do they know…
Heather and Bam are each sassy and gregarious people and their wit and snark flows effortlessly through the pages of this book. I can imagine they had as much fun writing the back and forth banter between the girls or the unabashed flirting between Romy and Kash as it is to read. Just when I thought this was going to be a light-hearted story they threw a totally unexpected curve ball and left me hanging with a jaw-dropping cliffhanger. I literally felt like they hit me upside the head with a bat, I was so dazed and shocked. Talk about mean girls!!!
The Girl Who Cried Werewolf by Heather Hildenbrand and Bam Shepherd is a great start to their new series and a definite read for paranormal romance fans.
(If you are not familiar with Bam she is well-known in the paranormal circles and co-creator of The Monster Ball, an anthology that also includes stories by Heather, a solid author in the paranormal romance world.)
Tanya’s love for books has been a lifelong passion that she likes sharing with others. Reading is also the thing that relaxes her after a day of juggling the many responsibilities that come with being being wife to an amazing man, mother to four great kids spread around the world, business manager, and farm hand on their place in southwest Missouri; home to Akaushi cattle and a menagerie of pygmy goats, horses, chickens, dogs and cats.