*I received a free eBook copy of this book in return of a book review. This review is still my honest opinion!
Catherine Mercy is a widowed bakery owner who is in financial trouble due to her late husbands unneeded spending. Catherine has trouble dating in her home town because of the suspicion of her last two relationships. Jimmy her high school sweetheart disappeared without a trace one summer when he headed to L.A to make a name for himself. and then her late husband, Frank, disappeared while on a fishing trip his body never found. The town is getting ready for the their Werewolf Festival they have every 7 years and not only that but there’s a movie being filmed staring the handsome Greg Byron, not that Catherine knows what he looks like. To her best friends delight Catherine, thanks to the help of the old lady to volunteers to take care of, she is seeing a handsome man named Charles. Little does she know he is hiding some big secrets himself. One his name, the other an accident he had when he was a teenager.
Now, with Greg Byron’s costar quitting, due to Greg hooking up with a local girl, and the movie having spent most of their budget they know they have to find some local that can play the part. Though she doesn’t want to her best friend Anne convinced her to audition. Catherine gets the part which leads to Charles “Dumping her” and her having to go to the one place she promised her mother she’d never go again. the Wolfern Manor. When she was a teenager after a school dance her and her friends, including Jimmy and Frank, go up there and see what they think was a real werewolf. Now, Greg is Bitten and they need to figure out a way to save him with the help of her friend and werewolf expert, Steve.
Will they be able to save Greg and kill the werewolf?
I really enjoyed reading this book. It really pulls you and keeps your attention through the whole book. Mari really spins a great tale in the Werewolf Nights. I think my favorite has to be when Charles shows up at Anne’s house dressed up in a wolf get up to disguise whom he really is. I was wondering what he was going to do because there is no doubt that he wouldn’t have been able to keep it a secret one others saw him.
My favorite character has to be Anne! I love her she’s like me always trying to get her single friends to get out there and meet some guys. Even f it puts them in awkward situations. Like the opening date.
“Festivals are good energy. Maybe you’ll even meet that sexy werewolf your grandmother mentioned,” Anne said.
“Anne! He’s the bad guy, but I don’t think even the werewolves would have me.”
I give this book 4 stars! Fun read for all you werewolf fans.
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