Review: A Werewolf State of Mind

  • Title:
    • A Werewolf State of Mind
  • Author:
    • Lucy Felthouse
  • Release:
    • February 6, 2019
  • Format:
    • Audiobook
  • Narrator:
    • Juliette Longwell

Most of the short stories I’ve read, listened to, and reviewed have been good. This is no exception, I knew it wouldn’t be going in. This isn’t the first Lucy Felthouse story I’ve reviewed. I’m a (new) fan of her work.

I loved every minute of this story. First and foremost, because it’s different. I thought I’d read so many romance stories that I could predict exactly how this would go. But I was wrong and that made it new and exciting. The characters have chemistry and it doesn’t feel ridiculously rushed like so many stories do. It takes its time, builds up to the payoff, and then it ends. Damn, why did it have to end/ I had temporarily forgotten it was a short story and I died a little inside when I heard the credits.

The summary (the Audible one at least) is exactly what you get. It gets in, tells its story, wraps things up nicely while leaving room for a follow-up. A follow-up I would totally read. These two are adorable together.

Aside from having to listen to the narrator mispronounce envelope several times, the narration is great. “Onvelope” isn’t a word and that will never stop annoying me. Envelope is envelop with an e on the end. Nobody says onvelop because that’s stupid.

NOTE: This copy was provided to me free of charge as a digital review copy. The opinions stated in this review are mine and mine alone, I was not paid or requested to give this book a certain rating, suggestion, or approval.

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