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The thing with the Garouls is you never get quite what you think you will. They really are something else.

Hope Glassy loves her job at Ambereye, Inc., despite having Jolie Garoul as her new boss.

Jolie is a moody workaholic. She is awkward, contrary, and on occasion just plain mean. Hope is hardworking, popular, and in recovery from a serious illness. She doesn't need a bizarre boss. She doesn't need office politics. And she doesn't need to work over Thanksgiving either. Nevertheless, that's what she and Jolie end up doing in Little Dip, home of the Garoul clan.

An important meeting brings them to the valley where it's assumed Jolie has brought her chosen mate to meet her pack. Much to her consternation Jolie finds she likes this idea, but Hope has no time for romance. She is eager to get her life, health, and career back on track, nothing more. Jolie is determined to change her mind, but how does a lycanthrope woo a human? A small and super-efficient, bossy boots human at that?

©2010 Gill McKnight (P)2021 Bold Strokes Books Inc

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  • 24-08-2021

best writer!!!

I love this writer's books. I have read all the books in the series. The narrator is fantastic!

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  • N Hampton
  • 24-08-2021

It was kind of a fun book, but…

It is my absolute least favorite trope in all of fiction when there’s a belabored misunderstanding that is easily cleared up but no one will just say ‘wait a minute, I think there’s a misunderstanding here’ and just spit it out already. It is incredibly frustrating. Why romance authors think it is a good idea to include this sort of thing is beyond me. It’s like being stuck in a dream where you’re trying to run and your legs won’t work.

Other than that is was a fun and cute story. No issues with the narrator.

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  • Nancy T.
  • 23-08-2021

Loved the book

I read this series when it came out years ago and really liked it. This was a sweet book. The Audible wasn't quite as good but I still enjoyed it. I think it's worth the credit

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  • paedagogue
  • 22-08-2021

An unpopular ice queen top executive melts

After she meets her match, an astute new PA who reads her like an open book--except for the small detail of her werewolf identity. McKnight's sly humor makes the prickly, vulnerable Jolie Garoul, and her whole hyper-civilized werewolf family, spring to life. Hope Glassy--smart, ironic, warm-hearted, and recovering from a life-threatening cancer diagnosis--dismantles Jolie's defenses, and finds herself falling in lust with her, but in the process becomes the unwitting object of a serious werewolf courtship (wolven mate for life). A major secondary character is Hope's loyal little dog, Tadpole: Jolie instinctively grasps from the minute they meet that he's her most serious rival for Hope's affections, and one of this story's delights is the dynamic of Jolie's and Tadpole's interaction, which takes place along a canine behavioral spectrum. Melissa Sternberg is a good narrator for the two female principals, but I would have liked a more playful reading (like those by Angela Dawe) to better bring out the story's humor and surprising pathos, and maybe get us more securely inside Tadpole's head. I hope Mc Knight's even more brilliant Silver Collar--also in the Garoul series--gets an Angela Dawe reading.

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  • Rabid Reader
  • 08-08-2021

Loved it!!!

I am a big fan of the Garoul series and Ambereye is my favorite in the series. Listening to this story made me love it even more. I love Hope and Jolie’s energy. A beautiful love story about a socially awkward woman and a sweet woman believing in herself and love. The narration was excellent.

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