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alternate cover edition of ASIN B084G4VCMB A girl’s gotta eat—and so do her three cats. Recently divorced art history grad student Hanna Harvey has just fibbed her way into a job as the assistant to dangerously drool-worthy art gallery owner Mark Abernathy. For Hanna, working in the field she desperately loves provides the perfect opportunity to begin putting her life back alternate cover edition of ASIN B084G4VCMB A girl’s gotta eat—and so do her three cats. Recently divorced art history grad student Hanna Harvey has just fibbed her way into a job as the assistant to dangerously drool-worthy art gallery owner Mark Abernathy. For Hanna, working in the field she desperately loves provides the perfect opportunity to begin putting her life back together. Soon her cheese budget is in the black and her feline life partners are no longer eyeing her like a six-foot can of Fancy Feast. But when her boss's lady friends start turning up dead, Hanna finds herself in the cross hairs of a murder investigation. Even worse, hunky homicide detective James Morrison fears hers might be the next body he discovers. With the "help" of the gallery's quirky cast of resident artists, Hanna will have to hunt down the truth about Abernathy’s dark secret—before it hunts her. Read the entire Tails from the Alpha Art Gallery series in order: Love Bites Love Sucks Love Lies


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alternate cover edition of ASIN B084G4VCMB A girl’s gotta eat—and so do her three cats. Recently divorced art history grad student Hanna Harvey has just fibbed her way into a job as the assistant to dangerously drool-worthy art gallery owner Mark Abernathy. For Hanna, working in the field she desperately loves provides the perfect opportunity to begin putting her life back alternate cover edition of ASIN B084G4VCMB A girl’s gotta eat—and so do her three cats. Recently divorced art history grad student Hanna Harvey has just fibbed her way into a job as the assistant to dangerously drool-worthy art gallery owner Mark Abernathy. For Hanna, working in the field she desperately loves provides the perfect opportunity to begin putting her life back together. Soon her cheese budget is in the black and her feline life partners are no longer eyeing her like a six-foot can of Fancy Feast. But when her boss's lady friends start turning up dead, Hanna finds herself in the cross hairs of a murder investigation. Even worse, hunky homicide detective James Morrison fears hers might be the next body he discovers. With the "help" of the gallery's quirky cast of resident artists, Hanna will have to hunt down the truth about Abernathy’s dark secret—before it hunts her. Read the entire Tails from the Alpha Art Gallery series in order: Love Bites Love Sucks Love Lies

30 review for Love Bites

  1. 4 out of 5

    Stacey is Sassy

    DNF at 23% no rating as I did not finish this story Unfortunately, Once Upon a Werewolf was not a winner for me. I found the heroine to be beyond silly and a little too hopeless. I'm pretty sure it was supposed to be humorous but it missed the mark with me and had me rolling my eyes in frustration instead. I also seem to have picked up a few 'cat lady' books recently, and with a high allergy to cats, I found it hard to relate. Do not judge Once Upon a Werewolf by my review alone, please take the t DNF at 23% no rating as I did not finish this story Unfortunately, Once Upon a Werewolf was not a winner for me. I found the heroine to be beyond silly and a little too hopeless. I'm pretty sure it was supposed to be humorous but it missed the mark with me and had me rolling my eyes in frustration instead. I also seem to have picked up a few 'cat lady' books recently, and with a high allergy to cats, I found it hard to relate. Do not judge Once Upon a Werewolf by my review alone, please take the time to check out other reviews, and you may find that this story is perfect for you.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Juliette Cross

    Wowza! Funny, fascinating, sexy and a downright awesome new paranormal romance. St. Aubin has created something fresh and new with this brand new series. I am DYING for book 2! Highly recommended to PNR lovers.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Coco.V

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  4. 5 out of 5

    Kim

    Recently divorced art history grad student Hanna Harvey, desperate for a job ASAP just fibbed her way into a new job. She is now the new assistant to a gorgeous art gallery owner, Mark Abernathy. Abernathy is a bit eccentric and messy so Hanna has her work cut out for her. When one of Abernathy's former lady friends is found murdered, Abernathy is the prime suspect. Hanna finds herself in the middle of the murder investigation and caught gets between her boss and the head detective James Morriso Recently divorced art history grad student Hanna Harvey, desperate for a job ASAP just fibbed her way into a new job. She is now the new assistant to a gorgeous art gallery owner, Mark Abernathy. Abernathy is a bit eccentric and messy so Hanna has her work cut out for her. When one of Abernathy's former lady friends is found murdered, Abernathy is the prime suspect. Hanna finds herself in the middle of the murder investigation and caught gets between her boss and the head detective James Morrison. This is a hilarious start to a new mystery series. The characters are wonderfully quirky. The mystery is well-developed, moves at a quick pace, and is full of twists and turns. The storyline has something for everyone: comedy, romance, paranormal, and pets. I look forward to the next book in the series. I received a copy of this book at my request, and I have voluntarily left this review. All thoughts and opinions are my own and in no way have been influenced.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    This is a great book; this is the first book in the Tails from the Alpha Art Gallery series written by Cynthia St. Aubin. This was such a great book, I kept me reading way past my bedtime! Hanna Harvey is recently divorced from a douchbag and is struggling to find a job so she and her three cats can eat. She has fibbed on her resume but is offered a job as an assistant to the sexy art gallery owner Mark Abernathy. She finally has a good paying job which she loves even though everyone at the gall This is a great book; this is the first book in the Tails from the Alpha Art Gallery series written by Cynthia St. Aubin. This was such a great book, I kept me reading way past my bedtime! Hanna Harvey is recently divorced from a douchbag and is struggling to find a job so she and her three cats can eat. She has fibbed on her resume but is offered a job as an assistant to the sexy art gallery owner Mark Abernathy. She finally has a good paying job which she loves even though everyone at the gallery is a little strange. When her boss’s lady friends start turning up dead with their throats ripped out she start to get worried and is wondering if she is next. Her sexy boss is also acting strange and she starts looking at signs thinking he might be a werewolf. This book kept me guessing until the end on who the killer was, and then left me wondering what is going to happen next in Hanna’s life. I can’t wait until the second book in this series comes out. The story flowed very well and was very enjoyable. I can’t wait for the next book by this awesome author!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Heather Lou

    This book was so quirky and it was freaking hilarious. I absolutely loved it!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Elodie’s Reading Corner

    Who’s the big bad wolf Once Upon a Werewolf Tails from the Alpha Art Gallery Series #1 Cynthia St. Aubin cynthiastaubin.com Release date 11/04/2019 Publisher Cynthia St Aubin Blurb : A girl’s gotta eat—and so do her three cats. Recently divorced art history grad student Hanna Harvey has just fibbed her way into a job as the assistant to dangerously drool-worthy art gallery owner Mark Abernathy. For Hanna, working in the field she desperately loves provides the perfect opportunity to begin putting her l Who’s the big bad wolf Once Upon a Werewolf Tails from the Alpha Art Gallery Series #1 Cynthia St. Aubin cynthiastaubin.com Release date 11/04/2019 Publisher Cynthia St Aubin Blurb : A girl’s gotta eat—and so do her three cats. Recently divorced art history grad student Hanna Harvey has just fibbed her way into a job as the assistant to dangerously drool-worthy art gallery owner Mark Abernathy. For Hanna, working in the field she desperately loves provides the perfect opportunity to begin putting her life back together. Soon her cheese budget is in the black and her feline life partners are no longer eyeing her like a six-foot can of Fancy Feast. But when her boss's lady friends start turning up dead, Hanna finds herself in the cross hairs of a murder investigation. Even worse, hunky homicide detective James Morrison fears hers might be the next body he discovers. With the "help" of the gallery's quirky cast of resident artists, Hanna will have to hunt down the truth about Abernathy’s dark secret—before it hunts her. My review : When bodies began to pile up around her new boss, a woman has to wonder if she might be next ... As I said a few days ago, I very rarely read contemporary romance, but as this one has a paranormal side, I jumped to discover what all the fuss was about it. First, this book ends on a cliffhanger, how I hate cliffhangers but I knew when I purchased this book, it might be a trilogy or more, my brain is not sure anymore, and now I will have to bite my nails for some time until the next installment. This is a story told in the first person. I liked Hanna and her antics but at time she annoyed me, yet I can also relate, I read shifters books, not she! So yes, between the title and the cover, it is no spoiler to say her boss is a werewolf and women seem to have a tendency to die when he is in the area. Why with a cop urging her to give him insights about her new boss, plus his various quirks which put him immediately on top of the suspects list, not easy for a woman a bit lost to think straight. And a chicken when exposed to a wolf, it does not think anymore, it runs... And running she does, forgetting to balance everything she knows for what it could be. I confess it is this aspect of her personality I was not fond of, she does not listen, she falls easily in the traps lined for her, I know her strength is no match with paranormal creatures but she jumped so readily in the web expressly woven for her, when she has a brain and could have used it. As it is a one side point of view read, it is more difficult to talk about Abernathy, yet from the very beginning I loved him. Sure he is a walking enigma but he is kind, patient and caring. Why I disliked Hanna for immediately pointing her fingers towards him. Morrison is to me the rebound guy, the one to confort Hanna she is still an attractive woman. But only the next books will give the answers but I do hope it will not be a love triangle, there is nothing I dislike more than this trope. 4 stars for this fun read, and now I have to wait to see what happen next and with what man will Mrs St. Aubin tie Hanna. I was granted a free copy by the author but purchased my own. Here is my true and unbiased opinion. Last note : Never went to the Meurice hotel but I totally agree with getting lost in a fromagerie. https://www.facebook.com/429830134272...

  8. 5 out of 5

    Smart Women Read Romance

    Warning: this book does not have an HEA. This is a trilogy with the romance playing out over the course of the series. Hanna is a bit of a hot mess heroine, but her quirkiness really grew on me! She's a recent divorcée trying to squeak by on the minimum. Meaning she has no qualms about fibbing a little on her resume to get a job at an art gallery. Abernathy is in sore need of someone to bring his business out of the dark ages. Hanna is itching to start organizing, but right after her interview, Warning: this book does not have an HEA. This is a trilogy with the romance playing out over the course of the series. Hanna is a bit of a hot mess heroine, but her quirkiness really grew on me! She's a recent divorcée trying to squeak by on the minimum. Meaning she has no qualms about fibbing a little on her resume to get a job at an art gallery. Abernathy is in sore need of someone to bring his business out of the dark ages. Hanna is itching to start organizing, but right after her interview, a detective barges in accusing Abernathy of murder! This is a light and fun read with tons of quirky characters from the mains themselves to the resident artists living at the gallery. One thing I didn't love was the love triangle element. It felt completely unnecessary since we know that Hanna and Abernathy will end up together by the end of the series. (view spoiler)[ I really hated that Hanna and Morrison slept together. It makes me not want to read the next one if he is a prominent love interest again. (hide spoiler)]

  9. 4 out of 5

    Nicole

    This is a must read. Reading this book resulted in a book hangover. I couldn't put it down. It has everything I love in it. It has humor, heart, suspense, intrigue, and heat. Poor Hanna, she's at her lowest moment in life. Divorced and trying to stay afloat. Her last effort for a job because eating is necessary, is the moment that will forever change her life. This book has twists and turns that kept me guessing. I'm not gonna lie I gasped a few times. There were a few spots in this one it was l This is a must read. Reading this book resulted in a book hangover. I couldn't put it down. It has everything I love in it. It has humor, heart, suspense, intrigue, and heat. Poor Hanna, she's at her lowest moment in life. Divorced and trying to stay afloat. Her last effort for a job because eating is necessary, is the moment that will forever change her life. This book has twists and turns that kept me guessing. I'm not gonna lie I gasped a few times. There were a few spots in this one it was like reading through my fingers because I was scared to where things were going to go. Though there is one part that was sad for me and I was happy where things ended up going. All the characters have me intrigued. Cynthia St. Aubin has me hooked on this series already and I'm eagerly awaiting the next book. She has a way of writing that just sucks you right into the story. The little bombshell left at the end of this one has me all excited for what is to come.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    LOVE!!! You’ll love Hanna with her quick wit and even quicker mouth. Once Upon a Werewolves will have you laughing out loud. A lot. Can’t wait for more!!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Sadie Forsythe

    3.5 I'm going to start with a complaint. The title has no relevance to the story. Sure, it's pithy and sharp, but there is no love or romance in the book. The main character hooks up with one guy and there's a another that she'd like to, but there is no romance or even thoughts of love. Nor is there anyone who is love-averse such that the term Love Bites might be inferred to be in the pejorative. I understand the author has a naming convention going on with the series (Love BLANK), but a title of 3.5 I'm going to start with a complaint. The title has no relevance to the story. Sure, it's pithy and sharp, but there is no love or romance in the book. The main character hooks up with one guy and there's a another that she'd like to, but there is no romance or even thoughts of love. Nor is there anyone who is love-averse such that the term Love Bites might be inferred to be in the pejorative. I understand the author has a naming convention going on with the series (Love BLANK), but a title of Love Bites has no relevance to the story in this actual book. Ok, moving past my admittedly pedantic complaint...I enjoyed this. I thought it was a lot of fun. I appreciated Hanna's sense of humor and the banter between her and most everyone. Sure, there was a lot of "no one would actually say that in that situation," but I'm not reading an urban fantasy book for the realism of it. Hanna and crew made me smile. And while I might comment that there's no love in the story yet, I did very much liked that Hanna was allowed to have a hook up (even sans love interest), enjoy it, and I didn't have to sit through any passages of shame (be it from her or anyone else). She was just allowed to be a sexual adult and I appreciated the simplicity of it. The book does end just about the time the plot looks like it might be moving past set-up. But I'd be happy to leap into the next book.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Suzanna

    I was expecting cute, light entertainment. I was not expecting multiple Actual-LOL passages, plus a double dose of super sexy men who are all about the heroine. (And we all know how I feel about hot, polyglossic men. Mercy!) I will definitely be main-lining the rest of the available nooks in the series in the next couple of days. Yum.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Sara J. Saliga

    Fantastically creative! This is my first St. Auburn read and I was beyond happy with it! Her writing style is fiercely intelligent and witty. I was laughing out loud more often than not throughout the entire book. Her heroine is lovely, dynamic and relatable. Can't wait to continue the story! Fantastically creative! This is my first St. Auburn read and I was beyond happy with it! Her writing style is fiercely intelligent and witty. I was laughing out loud more often than not throughout the entire book. Her heroine is lovely, dynamic and relatable. Can't wait to continue the story!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Punkin

    oh boy I laughed so much. The inner snark and attitude was just perfectly hilarious and sassy. Interesting mystery, quite theass of characters. I didn't want to put it down. It reminds me of my grandmother which is the best compliment ever. oh boy I laughed so much. The inner snark and attitude was just perfectly hilarious and sassy. Interesting mystery, quite theass of characters. I didn't want to put it down. It reminds me of my grandmother which is the best compliment ever.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Holder

    Super funny. I love Hanna. Good plot twists.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Liza Street

    I laughed out loud several times while reading this. The heroine's hilarious, the men are sexy. There's also a juicy mystery. I loved the characters and look forward to reading more in this world! I laughed out loud several times while reading this. The heroine's hilarious, the men are sexy. There's also a juicy mystery. I loved the characters and look forward to reading more in this world!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Megan (BookWifeReviews)

    This is a new favorite series! I loved Hannah so so much. She was a mess in the best possible way. If you haven't started this series ,you really, really should. It's hilarious and full of hijinks that I promise will make you laugh. This is a new favorite series! I loved Hannah so so much. She was a mess in the best possible way. If you haven't started this series ,you really, really should. It's hilarious and full of hijinks that I promise will make you laugh.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Dani

    This was so silly and great for spooky season.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Whiskey & Wit Book Reviews

    Cynthia St. Aubin is a new-to-me author so I didn't have any preconceived notions as to what I was getting into with Once Upon a Werewolf - of course, the catchy cover vibes do throw out clues... art, werewolves, and redheads (Oh my). No worries, I snort-giggled ten times by page 20. Thoughts: OUaW is an NTR (need to read)! I met the main characters, Hanna, Abernathy, Mrs. Kass, Detective Morrison, Kirkpatrick, and Steven (aka. everyone's fave). I mentally moved a few "logical" plot pieces around Cynthia St. Aubin is a new-to-me author so I didn't have any preconceived notions as to what I was getting into with Once Upon a Werewolf - of course, the catchy cover vibes do throw out clues... art, werewolves, and redheads (Oh my). No worries, I snort-giggled ten times by page 20. Thoughts: OUaW is an NTR (need to read)! I met the main characters, Hanna, Abernathy, Mrs. Kass, Detective Morrison, Kirkpatrick, and Steven (aka. everyone's fave). I mentally moved a few "logical" plot pieces around, figured out how Once Upon a Werewolf would play out (who befriends whom, who's in love with whom, who's "casually" dating whom (with benefits), who's bad, and who's good)... then I finished the book... let's just say St. Aubin is wickedly mysterious and enjoys the thrill of misdirection and leading her fans down treacherously, fantastical slopes. Had this been a Guess What the Author Will Do quiz - so failed. Yaaasss!!! This series is NOTHING, absolutely nothing of what I expected and absolutely EVERYTHING I wanted. How to describe OUaW: Contemporary paranormal fantasy with sparkly flecks of Nancy Drew, Murder She Wrote, Ripper Street, Penny Dreadful - topped with freshly squeezed comedic romance, super stinky road trips, ex-husband smackdowns, sufficient cat lady llama drama, and liberally laced with smoking hot, steamy (cover your eyes with generous peeking room) sexcapades. *Note - Jameson whiskey reference on page 144... it's the little things... my heart is embarrassingly full💚 *Note - Scooby-Doo reference on page 233 - Best cartoon ever (besides Smurfs)📺 *Note - Donuts... Donuts... Donuts... My God woman! Did you write this book just for me?! 🍩 Kris Whiskey & Wit Book Reviews

  20. 5 out of 5

    Donna

    This is an adorable who dunnit with a hunky cop, quirky artists and a mysterious, wealthy and sexy new boss. Hanna is fun and in for a load of surprises. I laughed out loud.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Thelma

    Once Upon a Werewolf Amazingly good book, great character development, very visual storytelling! Her eye for detail is fantastic, I am not an art connoisseur, but her descriptive writing has me wanting to see what she sees in paintings, and the story itself kept me giggling, but anxiety ridden too! How she managed to write such a good story, with a serious plot(murder) and still fill it with humor and snark is amazing. Definitely 5 star worthy!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Carla

    Funny page turner This was slow to start in the beginning. A bit confusing. However once it got started I could not put it down. Could never tell what was coming next.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Keathe (RomanceBooksFan) Steigert

    This book series is everything that is fun about paranormal romance! It has laugh out loud moments, it has werewolves, and vampires, and other fun things that go bump in the night, and it has crazy steamy scenes with lots of sexual tension. Hanna Harvey is recently divorced, jobless and has three cats to support. She also has a Masters degree in art, and a deep love of all things artistic. When she sees a job opening as a personal assistant to Mark Abernathy at his gallery, she fudges her resume This book series is everything that is fun about paranormal romance! It has laugh out loud moments, it has werewolves, and vampires, and other fun things that go bump in the night, and it has crazy steamy scenes with lots of sexual tension. Hanna Harvey is recently divorced, jobless and has three cats to support. She also has a Masters degree in art, and a deep love of all things artistic. When she sees a job opening as a personal assistant to Mark Abernathy at his gallery, she fudges her resume a smidge and gets the job. But things get a little hairy at the museum (literally!) when Detective James Morrison accuses Abernathy of murdering women who are found with their throats torn out in a canine-like fashion. This book is everything I look for in a comfort read. When I say I laughed out loud, I mean that I got crazy looks from people when I would just spontaneously laugh at parts in this book. As funny as it is, it doesn't lay off of that delicious sexual tension that I love in a spicy romance. And honestly, who doesn't love a book series with werewolves, vampires, and all the other paranormal goodies out there? I absolutely loved this whole series, and can't wait to read Cynthia St. Aubin's other books series!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Linda

    Loved the snark Ok, Hanna and her snarkiness were hands down the best things about this book. I'll admit, I wavered between trusting Abernathy or hoping Morrison caught him, but midway through the book, started to like him. Kinda ditto with Morrison. I liked him, but thought he was too hard on Hanna, then liked him again. Down on her luck Hanna. Newly divorced, in depth and about to be evicted, her last shot is to find a job at an art studio. Not quite experienced enough for the job, Abernathy st Loved the snark Ok, Hanna and her snarkiness were hands down the best things about this book. I'll admit, I wavered between trusting Abernathy or hoping Morrison caught him, but midway through the book, started to like him. Kinda ditto with Morrison. I liked him, but thought he was too hard on Hanna, then liked him again. Down on her luck Hanna. Newly divorced, in depth and about to be evicted, her last shot is to find a job at an art studio. Not quite experienced enough for the job, Abernathy still hired her. The super sexy boss, a suspect in a murder case that the hot detective she rear ended earlier in the morning was determined to solve, that she wasn't sure she could trust, but who saved her bacon with a job she really, really needed.I After a business trip to Germany, she starts to suspect something is off with her boss, but can't bring herself to believe what the clues are alluding to until the deal really hits the fans. I really got into this one. Hanna had me laughing more than once. I'm usually not a fan of love triangles, but even I am having a hard time choosing between these two.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Valeria Spencer

    Love Bites was a freebie offer on my Nook and I couldn’t pass that up. Now that I have done this twice, I am hip to the game: offer the book for free, not letting on that the story ends in a cliffhanger, so then you HAVE to buy the second book to see how it ends. (I bought the second book in the series and it is a bit of a cliffhanger too. Why yes, I did buy the third book, because I really want to see how Hannelore and Mark end up resolving all the issues, or at least some of them.) Love Bites i Love Bites was a freebie offer on my Nook and I couldn’t pass that up. Now that I have done this twice, I am hip to the game: offer the book for free, not letting on that the story ends in a cliffhanger, so then you HAVE to buy the second book to see how it ends. (I bought the second book in the series and it is a bit of a cliffhanger too. Why yes, I did buy the third book, because I really want to see how Hannelore and Mark end up resolving all the issues, or at least some of them.) Love Bites is funny and zany and is filled with a mess of characters leaving the reader trying to figure out how it all fits together. I cannot say too much without spoilers, but I really liked the clever writing and the fully drawn characters, which prompted me to buy book 2. The story is set in Georgetown, CO, which I have visited many times. Georgetown is a wonderful place to visit and setting a paranormal romance story there is just perfect.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Chris McMurdy

    When I read a recommendation for this book, I clicked on 'want to read.' When I received the paperback, I still thought I was reading contemporary romance. About 1/4 way through, I realized this was paranormal contemporary romance. It automatically becomes my first paranormal romance. When the onslaught of paranormal occurs in the book, I skim it and make the effort to finish it because the writing is really good. That's my take-away because this is the first in a series of 3 books. I also didn' When I read a recommendation for this book, I clicked on 'want to read.' When I received the paperback, I still thought I was reading contemporary romance. About 1/4 way through, I realized this was paranormal contemporary romance. It automatically becomes my first paranormal romance. When the onslaught of paranormal occurs in the book, I skim it and make the effort to finish it because the writing is really good. That's my take-away because this is the first in a series of 3 books. I also didn't know that when I started it. Not sure if I'll read the other two. Again - 4 stars because the writing is really lovely and the characters are so well written. Lots of character. If you like paranormal, this is a fun one - but full disclosure - you will probably want to read the rest of the series.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Dallas (Cozy Critiques)

    It’s been a long time since I’ve read a paranormal romance, so I wasn’t quite sure what to expect going into this. But despite the slightly dark-sounding summary, Love Bites is a surprisingly witty and lighthearted tale. What I liked: 📖 Sassy, anxious heroine with crazy cat lady vibes 📖 Werewolves 📖 Quirky side characters 📖 Witty banter 📖 Suspenseful and didn’t see the end coming 📖 Main plot is wrapped up, but a cliff-hanger sets up the next book nicely What I didn’t like: 📖 Love triangle feels a littl It’s been a long time since I’ve read a paranormal romance, so I wasn’t quite sure what to expect going into this. But despite the slightly dark-sounding summary, Love Bites is a surprisingly witty and lighthearted tale. What I liked: 📖 Sassy, anxious heroine with crazy cat lady vibes 📖 Werewolves 📖 Quirky side characters 📖 Witty banter 📖 Suspenseful and didn’t see the end coming 📖 Main plot is wrapped up, but a cliff-hanger sets up the next book nicely What I didn’t like: 📖 Love triangle feels a little forced, but I’m interested to see where it goes Final thoughts: If you’re new to the paranormal romance genre, this is a great place to start. It’s got enough paranormal elements, but not too much that the lore becomes hard to follow. I’m excited to continue with the next one, especially since this one ends on a cliff-hanger! My rating: 🫖🫖🫖🫖

  28. 4 out of 5

    Mila Nicks

    I read this book on a whim, totally by chance after coming across it. I know I'm in love with a book when, after putting it down for the night, I'm STILL thinking about the storyline and the characters. That was the case with this book. The writing was phenomenal, the humor clever, and all the characters were so unique and intriguing. The mystery had me guessing literally to the last page. Sometimes that was frustrating. Not going to lie, at times I just wanted to know WHAT on earth was going on, I read this book on a whim, totally by chance after coming across it. I know I'm in love with a book when, after putting it down for the night, I'm STILL thinking about the storyline and the characters. That was the case with this book. The writing was phenomenal, the humor clever, and all the characters were so unique and intriguing. The mystery had me guessing literally to the last page. Sometimes that was frustrating. Not going to lie, at times I just wanted to know WHAT on earth was going on, and who was really who, but the journey was worth it in the end. I'm jumping right into the next book now. One of the best books I've read all year for sure.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Mιss •kαthєяίиє• Τhε Emεrαℓd Pяίиcεss®

    I'd like to say that the story is interesting enough, with the exception of the introduction of werewolves. I picked up this book with zero knowledge beforehand about what it was for. I assumed it was chick-lit. This made it very odd when the first assumption the heroine made a few chapters in was that the one of the two main male characters was a werewolf. It kinda came out of nowhere, especially as there were no indications in that character's behavior. Now, if I'd read the blurb or looked up t I'd like to say that the story is interesting enough, with the exception of the introduction of werewolves. I picked up this book with zero knowledge beforehand about what it was for. I assumed it was chick-lit. This made it very odd when the first assumption the heroine made a few chapters in was that the one of the two main male characters was a werewolf. It kinda came out of nowhere, especially as there were no indications in that character's behavior. Now, if I'd read the blurb or looked up the book, I'd probably would have known it was a paranormal romantic novel instead and I wouldn't have been so surprised.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Mizunderstood

    I loved it! This is the first time I've read this author, but it definitely won't be the last. Ms. St. Aubin weaves adventure and mystery with romance using an unsuspecting heroine and heroes. Of course, the villains definitely keep things interesting and being quite an avid reader myself (@least 1-2 books read daily), I was almost to the end of the book before I locked onto the correct killer. That kind of intrigue and the humor that Ms. St. Aubin infuses into her books will keep you entertaine I loved it! This is the first time I've read this author, but it definitely won't be the last. Ms. St. Aubin weaves adventure and mystery with romance using an unsuspecting heroine and heroes. Of course, the villains definitely keep things interesting and being quite an avid reader myself (@least 1-2 books read daily), I was almost to the end of the book before I locked onto the correct killer. That kind of intrigue and the humor that Ms. St. Aubin infuses into her books will keep you entertained all the way to the end of the book! Grab your own copy now.

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