"Readers are guaranteed two things: Belly-aching laughter and craziness!"
Reviewed by Annie Tegelan
Posted February 18, 2013
When you open a Shelly Laurenston book, you are guaranteed
two things: Belly-aching laughter and craziness!
In the eighth book of the well-loved Pride series,
Laurenston pairs Ricky Lee and Toni Jean-Louis Parker. As
the oldest, Toni is burdened with the difficult task of
managing her siblings. She has ten of them, all prodigies
in their own rights. Naturally, each one of them is
different and absolutely crazy, which definitely brightens
up the entire mood of the book! With the introduction of
all these new characters, Laurenston has a vast new
playground that she definitely takes advantage of!
From the very first line in WOLF WITH BENEFITS, I had a
smile on my
face. Giggles erupted from me every now and then.
Laurenston has a unique way to introducing you to
characters that you cannot help but adore. Dialogue is
important in all of Laurenston's books and she uses it as a
weapon, breaking down any barriers you may have about a
character and sneaking under your defenses until you're
wishing to join in on the fun. WOLF WITH BENEFITS will
entertain you through and through.
Another great thing is the presence of familiar favorites
from past books in the series. Their appearances made the
book feel like one big happy reunion. Together, hilarity
ensues and it propels the craziness into a whole other
Ricky Lee and Toni fall in love amidst all the craziness.
Though I wouldn't say the romance is especially strong, the
chemistry is off the charts! A good time is had by all and
that goes for the readers as well.
WOLF WITH BENEFITS delivers all that Laurenston promises:
Fun, charismatic characters, chaos and an overabundance of
laugher and fun! This is a perfect read for shifter fans!
There's nothing like a good–'ol–boy wolf.
security expert Ricky Lee Reed serves, seduces, and protects
with all the right moves...
has to be the responsible oldest sister to a
clan of jackal siblings. But now she's cutting loose for
some hot, sweaty, no–commitments fun—and the
slow–talking, swift–moving predator assigned to
family safe is just the right thing to shapeshift her love
life into overdrive. Trouble is, he's starting to get all
obsessive wolf on her every time he looks in her
Getting serious about anyone isn't in
Lee Reed's plans. Hell, even now he doesn't really have a
plan—outside of catching whomever is threatening this
dangerously brilliant family. But the more he gets of Toni,
the more he's howling for her. And whatever it takes to
convince her what they have is everything, well, this wily
wolf is down for the sizzling chase...
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