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    After reading the first book in two days, I managed to finish this in one day. Conditional Probability of Attraction gives us more of what book one only teased at: Kate and Ian’s possible relationship… and what a tease it was! Kate Hale is throwing herself into work to be the best actuary in Accidental Deaths she can, while Ian Becker is the police liaison for the department. During the day, it’s business as usual, but at night Kate still tries to help Ian cope without a werewolf pack. This means Kate and Ian tend to snuggle at night—part of the many teasing elements in the story—and Kate frequently wakes up with an adorable sleeping werewolf clinging to her. But Kate thinks of herself as a substitute to Ian—just a means of coping and regulating his emotions—so she tries to ignore her attraction to him. But when Kate’s life is threatened, Ian is determined to keep her safe without revealing the inner workings of their relationship to co-workers or Kate’s cousin Ali, who lives next door to Kate and can hear the snoring werewolf. What I Liked About This Book Compared to the First One: 1. I was really glad to see more focus on Ian and Kate in this one, even if the romantic tension absolutely killed me. 2. The addition of the character Officer Lipski (Ian’s partner) was a great add-in. He’s very similar to Ali in the fact that he tells everything like it is and sees through Kate and Ian’s charade. He calls them out and tells them what I want to tell them myself most of the time. 3. I deeply appreciated seeing the contrast between Ian and Kate when they’re dealing with people on the job. Particularly towards the end. Kate tries to take things slowly and figure things out whereas Ian is more hotheaded. What I Didn’t Like About This Book Compared to the First One: 1. I was hoping for more of a continuation on the issues Kate and Ian discovered in the Jack Roberts case in the last book. While this was noted a few times, it seemed to be a relatively minor element in this one. I’m hoping for more of a continuation of that in the next one. 2. I hoped they would visit Jack Roberts at least once in the book instead of just mentioning him. I missed him in the story and wanted to see how his life was going, even though he was spending his time in the hospital. Hope to read more about him in the next installment. Overall: I reacted so intensely to these characters—a clear sign of a well-written book. I rooted for Ian and Kate, and I wanted to punch them both when they made decisions I didn’t agree with. Their story keeps me wanting to read more and I can’t wait to tear open the next book!
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