The plot of this book was okay-ish. Marty gets bitten by a werewolf, turns into a werewolf, then she ends up with the werewolf. The usual.
It would have been a bit better if Marty’s character hadn’t been so annoying. She seems quite childish and obsessed with her work at ‘Bobbie-Sue Cosmetics’. Every other paragraph she’d spew something about her ‘colour wheel’ and how this colour or that colour was in her ‘colour palette’.
The werewolf (Keegan) was okay. Typical werewolf description. Tall; broad-shouldered; the alpha (because all heroes in werewolf novels have to be the alpha).
The author’s way of writing seemed a bit childish at times. She’d drag words out for no particular reason and even then she’d drag out weird bits of the word. For example ‘easy’. Most people would write ‘eeeeeeasy’. She wrote ‘eassssssssy’. Which makes her sound like a snake.
I’d recommend this book if you like werewolves and quick reads where you don’t really have to put too much thought into it.