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The Weredog Whisperer by Susan Abel Sullivan

Saturday, March 22, 2014
The Tidwells are supposed to be on spring break on the Florida Gulf Coast, not up to their eyeballs in paranormal hijinks … again. Bertram wants a baby, but Cleo isn’t real keen on the idea. After all, her sister, Molly, has four of ‘em—who needs more? Hoping to throw Bertram off the baby trail, they adopt Luna, a white pit bull terrier, and take her to Florida with them, along with Bertram’s mother and Cleo’s nieces. Everybody loves Luna, especially the goofy little dog at a tacky tourist trap touting something called a “weredog whisperer,” so much so that he puts the moves on Luna and gives her a love bite during the throes of puppy love.

But when Luna shape shifts into a teenage girl on the first night of the full moon, the Tidwells wind up with an instant were-daughter. Poof! Just add moonbeams. A video of Luna’s transformation goes viral and the Tidwells are hounded by an array of reporters, sight seers, animal rights kooks, Hot Diggity Dog Pet Foods, a couple of hungry weresharks, a motley crew of weredogs, and AASS—a secret society of shape shifters that considers Luna an abomination and orders her immediate extermination.
The Tidwells’ vacation has gone to the dogs—literally—as they jump through hoops to protect their unexpected new were-daughter from a dog-eat-dog world.
Goodreads Summary
This is the second installment of the Cleo Tidwell Paranormal Mystery series and is as good, possibly better than the first. If you are a fan of shifter paranormal type stories, then this is the book you should check out next. What is nice about the second book here, is that it is not necessary to have read the first to understand the second. It will help with deepening you understanding of the characters, but can still be enjoyed as a stand-alone story.
What is great about this book is that there is a good combination of serious moments mixed with comic relief that will have you on the floor laughing. It is the right amount of clever quirkiness that keeps you very interested while still having relatable scenarios that will keep the common reader drawn into the story. There are a few moments that will leave you scratching your head but all in all, this is a unique story that is completely worth a read.


*Reviewed by Chris* 
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1 comments:

  1. bn100 said...:

    Haven't heard of this before; sounds mysterious