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The Accidental Werewolf 2: Something About Harry (Accidentals #8) by Dakota Cassidy

If you want to read a hilarious but heart-warming paranormal werewolf romance with a bit of adventure thrown in, then you’ll love this book and the whole series.

I’vThe Accidental Werewolf 2: Something ABout Harrye read the entire Accidentals series!  The characters are hilarious and the dialogue is witty.  Absolutely loved all the books in the series.

This particular book (No. 8) is the last one in the Accidentals series.

Mara is a lonely werewolf, who hasn’t met her Mr Right (no-one in her pack wants to mate with her) so she decides to create a serum in her lab in order to impregnate herself with werewolf babies.

However, it all goes horribly wrong when Harry, a Pack Cosmetics Accountant (and her long-time crush), accidentally drinks the serum and turns himself into a werewolf.  Mara is in serious trouble as this all goes against Pack Law.  What was Harry doing in her lab in the first place?  How is Mara going to get herself out of this mess?

Mara turns to the fabulous OOPS (Out in the Open Paranormal Support) team to help Harry and herself out of this tight spot. Harry is in denial about his changed state and is determined to turn himself back into a human.  Trouble follows him in his efforts to find a cure.  OOPS have to save him from a witch doctor, help him raise his two kids and devise a brilliant plan to save Mara from jail.

Watching Mara and Harry’s erratic relationship develop into love was heart-warming, though initially frustrating on Mara’s behalf.

There are a range of interesting characters helping out in this roller-coaster of an adventure, namely werewolves, vampires, a demon, a witch doctor, a half zombie, who only eats vegetables and a halfsie, who is half werewolf half vampire.

The OOPS team members are a bunch of sassy, fiercely loyal and combat ready paranormal women.

Each book covers a different character’s story of how they became linked to OOPS so I think you could read them separately and not lose out on the story-line but I read them in order so I got to know the characters right from the beginning.  I have to say that Nina, the vampire, is my favourite.

I’m sad that they’ve come to an end as I truly enjoyed this series.  Dakota Cassidy’s writing style is witty, engaging and laugh out loud funny.

I wholeheartedly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a funny paranormal adventure with fabulous characters.

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