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Authors: Molly Harper

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The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf

 

“WRY, DELICIOUS FUN.”


New York Times
bestselling author Susan Andersen

Acclaim for the delightful and romantic humor of Molly Harper’s Nice Girls series, which Romantic Times calls a “must read!”

NICE GIRLS DON’T LIVE FOREVER

“Harper’s latest is just as hilariously fun as the rest of the books in the series. Jane Jameson is like the best friend you wish you had, but are content to read about.”


Romantic Times
(4½ stars)

 

“A hilarious romp of a paranormal romance that’s well worth devouring.”

—Fresh Fiction

 

“This series has a wonderful mix of humor, romance, mystery, and small town flair . . . .”

—Bitten By Books

 

“Humor, emotions, and romance are cleverly matched, and Harper’s likable characters are most appealing. Throw in a few startling twists, and the result is a paranormal tale filled with amusement, plenty of heartfelt desires, and a touch of suspense.

—Single Titles

 

The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf
is also available as an eBook

NICE GIRLS DON’T DATE DEAD MEN

“Fast-paced, mysterious, passionate, and hilarious . . . . Sure to please fans and keep them laughing as they navigate their way through one awesome story.”

 


Romantic Times
(4½ stars)

 

“With its quirky characters and the funny situations they get into, whether they be normal or paranormal,
Nice Girls Don’t Date Dead Men
is an amazing novel, deserving of
Romance Reviews Today
’s coveted Perfect
10.”

 

—Romance Reviews Today

 

“Molly Harper is a premier writer of paranormal romance with an abundance of sharp-edged humor . . . . Magically believable, imaginative, and brilliantly witty,
Nice Girls Don’t Date Dead Men
is an enchanting story of the paranormal.”

 

—Single Titles

 

“One of the funniest books of the year.”

 

—Bitten By Books

 

NICE GIRLS DON’T HAVE FANGS

“Hysterical laughs are the hallmark of this enchanting paranormal debut . . . . Harper’s take on vampire lore will intrigue and entertain . . . . Jane’s snarky first-person narrative is as charming as it is hilarious . . . . Harper keeps the quips coming without overdoing the sarcasm.”

 


Publishers Weekly
(starred review)

 

“Quirky characters, human and vampire alike.”

 


Booklist

 

“Jane is an everygirl with a wonderful sense of humor and quick sarcasm. Add in the mystery and romance and you have your next must-read novel!”

 


Romantic Times
(4½ stars)

 

“Charming, sexy, and hilarious . . . . I laughed until I cried.”

 

—Michele Bardsley, bestselling author of
Over My Dead Body

 

“Wicked fun that had me laughing out loud . . . Molly Harper has a winner . . . . I read it all in one delicious sitting!”

 

—Candace Havens, bestselling author of
Dragons Prefer Blondes

 

“A brilliantly written adventure chock full of clever prose, hilarity, and hunky vampires!”

 

—Stephanie Rowe, national bestselling author of
Ice

 

“Molly Harper’s debut novel is the first in a hopefully long line of books featuring Jane and her entertaining crew.
Nice Girls Don’t Have Fangs
is a wonderful treat.”

 

—Romance Reviews Today

 

“If you are a fan of humorous vampire stories, please pick up
Nice Girls Don’t Have Fangs
.
Jane is such a great character, and there are so many funny lines and scenes that I dog-eared my copy just to go back and reread them.”

 

—All About Romance

 

“The word that just keeps popping into my head is . . . incredible. That about sums it up.”

 

—Books, Books and More Books

 

A
LSO BY
M
OLLY
H
ARPER

How to Flirt with a Naked Werewolf

Nice Girls Don’t Have Fangs
Nice Girls Don’t Date Dead Men
Nice Girls Don’t Live Forever

And One Last Thing . . .

 

 

Pocket Books
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This book is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents either are products of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events or locales or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.

 

Copyright © 2011 by Molly Harper White

 

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First Pocket Books paperback edition April 2011

 

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Cover design by John Vairo Jr.
Cover illustration by Robyn Nield

 

Manufactured in the United States of America

 

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ISBN 978-1-4391-9587-1
ISBN 978-1-4391-9589-5 (ebook)

 

For Dad, who put up with an awful lot of strangeness
from the author

Acknowledgments
 

I
N JANUARY 2009, WE
had a huge ice storm in Kentucky. I spent a week camping out in my in-laws’ living room, in front of their fireplace, with two children under the age of five.

It was a looooong week.

Fortunately, I used being trapped by frigid, icy weather, in the dark, to get in the right frame of mind to write twenty (longhand) pages of a werewolf romance set in Alaska. That eventually became
How to Flirt with a Naked Werewolf.
And one year later, just as I started writing this manuscript, it started snowing heavily.

My first thought: if I have to sleep in someone else’s living room again, one of us isn’t getting out alive. Although it snowed for two days the power stayed on, giving me time to get back to that cold, claustrophobic place. So thank you to my husband,
David, for keeping me supplied with hot cocoa, mini-marshmallows, and sanity.

I feel the need to thank some of the important gals in my life, including agent extraordinaire Stephany Evans; the ever-patient Jennifer Heddle; and super-publicist Ayelet Gruensphect. Thanks go to my niece Carrington, whose unprecedented hair inspired Baby Eva. And to her mother, Manda, who lovingly accepts my inability to operate voice mail. To my sister-inlaw, Cassie, the level-headed Mo to my loud, occasionally vulgar Maggie: It’s not easy being the nice one. And to Brandi and Caroline, who might as well be my sisters, for all that they’ve seen, heard, and dutifully ignored. To Darcy, the best miniature publicist a mom could ask for. And to my mom—yes, I ended up with a little girl just like me. Please, stop laughing.

 
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