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    Loved it.

    We are back at Camp H.O.W.L. for another great story. It was an absolute pleasure to read. Right from the start, I was completely hooked, and I read this story in one sitting. It was fun, lighthearted, with a lot of feel-good vibes, and along the way some heartache and tears. When Nick and Drew have their one-night stand, they certainly didn’t think they would see other again. But fate is a fickle thing, especially under a blue moon because that is supposed to bring good luck. And it sure did, but not without hurdles. The most stubborn hurdle is Nick himself. He is a werewolf, psychologist, and sick of counseling married couples who are on the verge of divorce because of holding secrets. Nick doesn’t believe that a human and a werewolf can be partners for life if one of them has to hold his other half a secret. Well, he didn’t count on Drew. Drew might be human, but he has been raised as and among werewolves. If there were one human, who would know what werewolves are, it would be Drew. I loved these men so much. Drew is a force to be reckoned with. He is getting more and more under Nick’s skin. Challenging him at every opportunity and not letting go. He is attracted to Nick, and he won’t let him forget it. He is such a sweet, positive guy. Independent and sure of his worth as a human, but without being arrogant about it. Nick is one stubborn man. Determined that humans and weres cannot match, he makes one stupid mistake after another. But he can’t stop his protective streak taking over. In the end, he finally gets his head on straight and acknowledges that his prejudices and preconceived notions are getting in the way of love. By being himself, Drew is tearing down all the obstacles Nick has thrown in their way. Add to that a patient consult horribly going wrong, and Nick is a goner. Although there are not a lot of sex scenes in this book, the chemistry is undeniable. The air is literally sparkling, and the smell of arousal obvious. Their banter is full of sexual innuendos and a wicked sense of humor. The supporting cast is great, and I sense (and hope) there are some more stories to come. I am not done with Camp H.O.W.L. just yet. This is the second book in the Camp H.O.W.L. but can be read as a stand-alone. For a better enjoyment of this book, I would recommend reading the books in order, however.
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    Wonderful story

    This was my first book by this author. I haven't read the first book in this series (although I will be), but I didn't feel like I was missing anything. There's just enough background info sprinkled in that you know what's going on with being overloaded. I loved the setup and world, it was so much fun. Drew and Nick were both great characters, while also being real in that they both had frustrating issues. This book started off with a bang, both figuratively and literally. It was a great hook to get you sucked in, and the pacing was perfection to keep the story interesting. It lost me a bit in the end though. I'm not a fan of the type of conflicts and resolution used here, and it felt rushed. But the rest was so enjoyable that I can forgive. I'm excited to go back and read the first, and looking forward to more in this series. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced readers copy.
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    A charming and adorable opposites attract romance

    3.5 Stars Camp H.O.W.L. romance struck again with a pair of adorable were/human couple! The second entry to the series started with a bang. Literary. Cancelled flight enabled Drew and Nick acted on the attraction they felt when they were stranded for the night in Chicago; unaware that they actually set out to the same place. Then followed the awkward moment when they met again in front of their new colleagues. Drew Welch was an unusual member of the pack. I loved that – despite him being human among weres – he wasn’t portrayed as weak and powerless. Au contraire; he was smart, determined and very competitive over his place among the weres. He knew what he want and go for it. On the other hand, dealing with human’s relationship problems (at his private practice) left Nick so burned out and sceptic to get involve, let alone with a non were. It was a plausible conflict made complex with the presence of hormonal teens (weres) and camp staffers practically sniffing the pull between them. Told alternately by Drew’s and Nick’s POV in third person, the story took us on a summer camp adventure following two engaging yet opposing characters. It flew effortlessly from one jolly clash to the next that had me cheer for Drew and urging Nick to quick sort himself up. Praises aside, the story took a downturn close to the last quarter of the book for me. After the even paced of the earlier pages, it felt as if the flow accelerated to a sprint following a crucial incident. The last quarter seemed a bit of a rush with the shooting, misunderstanding, revelation and coming together. After the elaborate plot the pair had gone through, the closing phase felt rather anticlimactic. What a bummer after the delightful chronicle the two MCs brought us readers. For grown up and clearly sensible beings as Drew and Nick, both the falling-out and the dawning revelation were rather silly and conveniently staged; for the sake of drama. Not that I begrudged them their happy beginning, I just wish the path taken were slightly different!! That saying, “Under a Blue Moon” is another charming piece from Bru Baker. For sure I’ll be looking forward to the next installment in this series and her other books as well.

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