First thing first, I love Cooper. He is so grumpy, protective, alpha and simply perfect. One of my favourite heroes are shape-shifters, so that's a plus as well. He still feels guilty for the events that caused him to leave his pack. When there are a few wolf kills in the area he is afraid that he did it, so he decides to leave Mo "for her own good". He did grovel nicely though.
Now the heroine Mo (I love her real name :-) ), has grown up with overly protective, hippie parents and moved all the way to Alaska to get away from them. One of the first people she meets is Cooper. She is immediately attracted to him, but because of his attitude, isn't willing to do anything about it. So she starts dating Alan, a guy she should
be with. Of course she doesn't succeed.
This is what I classify as a light paranormal romance, and as such is perfect. I had no trouble with Mo's quite a jump from "Cooper has the same eyes as the wolf" to "he's a werewolf" just because of it.
I like how the author didn't cross the line from funny romance to simply ridiculous, like some do.
I look forward to reading the second book in the series [b:The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf|8525631|The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf (Naked Werewolf, #2)|Molly Harper|http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51cgctu%2B9lL._SL75_.jpg|13392611]. It's about Maggie, Cooper's sister.