Introducing a New Werewolf Series by Molly Harper

by Maryse on February 16, 2011 · 0 comments

in Latest Book Releases, News


A great new series by Molly Harper, that I’ve been eyeing will be released shortly (Book #1 in the series – How to Flirt with a Naked Werewolf - will be out this upcoming Tuesday!!) Love the cute and silly covers, and especially the titles. Who wouldn’t want to know  How to Flirt with a Naked Werewolf? Naked huh? Interesting… tee hee!!

I’m anxious to see how these pan out for this human ;) My favorite kind of paranormal romance —> human meets paranormal (love those!!)

Also be sure to check out Molly’s vampire series: Molly Harper – Jane Jameson Series Reading Order


Molly Harper, author of the “Nice Girls” series, releases new werewolf titles

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (Feb. 16, 2011) – Thousands of romance fiction readers enjoyed Molly Harper’s Jane Jameson vampire series, set in small-town Kentucky. Harper’s fans will welcome her newest titles—How to Flirt with a Naked Werewolf and The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf.

In the first book, protagonist Mo Wenstein flees her hippie parents and her hometown in Mississippi and heads for a new life in Alaska, where she adjusts to the cold, gets caught up in the investigation of several wolf attacks, and falls for Cooper Graham, a local werewolf. Early reviews by Romantic Times and Fresh Fiction call the book a “page-turning delight” and “hilarious.”

Harper’s second werewolf book, The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf, is also set in Alaska and includes several characters from the first book. The story centers on the pack’s alpha female, Maggie, who has to balance her responsibility for the pack against her growing attraction to paranormal researcher Nick Thatcher.

Both titles are published by Pocket Books, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, and are slated for release Feb. 22 and March 29, respectively. Both will be available in print, e-book and audio formats, and can be purchased through Amazon and other major book retailers.

Harper was a newspaper reporter and humor columnist for six years. She wrote the critically acclaimed Jane Jameson vampire romance series at night while she worked as a church secretary.

“I loved doing the vampire series and Jane is close to my heart,” said Harper. “But it was fun creating a whole new cast of quirky characters in the chilly setting of Grundy, Alaska.


You can bet I’ll be reading these ;)

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