This was her first book but I read it last. Then again, this town had already proved unpredictable—and totally weird. While on assignment with the Naked Truth, a tabloid publication, she finds herself in an awkward position literally when she reconnects with Se Cry Wolf by Angela Campbell is a sweet contemporary love story with an air of paranormal mystery as part of the main plot. Early on in their college lives, they'd actually been friends, but by the time they graduated, they were much less. As they each get closer to finding the source of the rumors, the only thing more surprising than the truth are the feelings Sean is able to stir in her, feelings she thought she had left behind.
I am completely confident of my recommendation of this book and know with 100% certainty that fans of a good story will enjoy this. We could travel all over the world! I wanted to find out if the werewolf was real just as much as Andi did. But these little flashes were definitely outweighed by her smarts and determination, which I truly appreciated. Now it taunted her, half-buried under a mound of leaves, alternately buzzing and pelting out the tune. And only God knew where.
What depth there was, especially when it came to her burgeoning relationship with Sean, never really dipped beneath surface concerns and pedestrian conflicts that had nothing to do with those major traumas in her past, and everything to do with one bitter conversation when they were in college. Find my reviews at This book was interesting from the start. I especially identified with the characters because I went to school for journalism and remember how competitive it was when the editor spots came open. And it ain't the grass, the sky, or the hot editor with the nice smile. Andrea lifted a hand and brushed the hair out of her eyes. Guys, don't fall for these scams, which will only download a virus onto your device.
Andrea laughed, more in relief than humor. Late night drives with huge corn stalks on both sides of the roads - waiting for anything to jump out of them. Those are just some of the absolutes in tabloid reporter Andrea Lockhart's world, regardless of the stories covered in The Naked Truth, the rag she works for. Until she meets Sean Hunter. Sean is helping her get the information she needs for her story, not realizing until later that Sean is writing a story of his own.
Andrea Lockhart finds herself in Woodbine, South Carolina in search of a werewolf that has gotten a lot of attention the past two years. The plot was well written and well paced and I was totally sucked into the mystery. The rifle lowered an inch. The investigation into the local legend of the werewolf doesn't start off as she expected. Given his grand ambitions, she's shocked to find him editing the Woodbine Weekly.
Her writing is quirky and had me laughing out loud at points. The man squatted beside her, and Andrea only wished she could blame her imagination. Review: This was a pretty good romance. Or we could go somewhere else. Though he doesn't exactly disbelieve it, either. Her head—which had already been aching—now felt like the entire cast of Dancing with the Stars was tapping out the Quickstep on top of her brain.
This new Andi is stunning and clearly not interested in his help, but he owes her an apology after being such a jerk in college. The ache behind her eyes shot a piercing pain straight through her head. Who knew pet-sitting could be so dangerous…or so sexy?! I ended up feeling frustrated by this book. I love reading larger-than-life stories with hard-to-forget characters. It caused her to start swaying again.
Twitter: AngelaCampbel Angela Campbell is an overachiever with a soft spot for men who dress funny. They sent her to this little town because when they were going over ideas at her office, she was the only one that laughed when someone spoke of the werewolf sighting in Woodbine. I liked the mystery of not knowing whether there was an actual werewolf or not or whether Andrea was being taken for a fool; the suspense certainly had me intrigued and I really liked the small town setting of Woodbine; the location seemed idyllic and tranquil. I received my review copy a long tie ago and I guess I forgot it was a contemporary romance not a paranormal one, so I kept expecting more supernatural stuff. Andrea is still smarting from the last meeting and isn't sure what to make of this new Sean. Major trauma plastic surgery doesn't turn a duck into a swan. Angela spins a clever romance spiked with mystery.
Her chance in counter with her former college crush is amusing. Andrea has come to write Posted on Romancing the Book's blog Reviewed by~Aubrey Review Copy Provided by~the Author ry Wolf was a very cute novel about town that may or may not have a werewolf. Sean, on the other hand, struck me as a little too over-eager in his thoughts and feelings for Andrea. The last tim Andrea Lockhart's job as a reporter for cheesy tabloid The Naked Truth isn't exactly where she thought her journalism career would end up. Pushing herself away, she gripped his arms until she knew she could stand. All homicide detective Dylan Collins wants is a few hours of pleasure to take his mind off of the case haunting him. He initially felt the old big brother instinct kick in, but this time other things begin to come out too.
A great read for those who like to see love bloom in the midst of something unusual. But Sean had a different idea - we learned why he was so agitated back then, and his reasons - though as stupid as they were, justified in his remarks to her. A University of South Carolina baseball cap shadowed his face, which looked pretty clean aside from a few pimples. When I read the blurb for Cry Wolf, I knew I had to read it. Besides what I mentioned above about not being convinced by the plastic surgery, I didn't really get the vibe that Sean would have fallen for Andrea if she hadn't had a transformation.