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Kristin Miller's Four Weddings and a Werewolf

The second book in the Seattle Wolf Pack series is a fast paced fun and entertaining story.

Veronica is a human wedding planner has her hands full planning her client’s weddings and she doesn’t have time for werewolves or bodyguards, especially one that hates weddings.  Logan is a former marine and a protector for the Seattle Wolf Pack and he’s been charged by Veronica’s future brother in law to protect Veronica from a stalker.

This book is intriguing and fast read that has wonderful characters and lots of humor.  The love/hate relationship between Veronica and Logan provide quite a few laughs with snarky dialogue and a couple of lighthearted scenes.  The chemistry between the two is hot and steamy and the sparks literally fly off the pages with their personalities. 

The author describes the scenes and the setting with vivid detain adding depth to the story and the suspense of the identity of the stalker while adding some intensity to the story doesn’t overwhelm the story or turn it into a drama filled story. 

I really enjoyed this captivating and witty tale and I am looking forward to reading the next one.  If there was anything wrong with this book, it would be that it is too short because I wasn’t ready for it to end.  I do hope that the author writes Leah and Jakes story one day.

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