To read this review and others like this, check out: BadAssBook ReviewsFun. Escapism. Light. Funny. Steamy. For me, these words describe How to Flirt with a Naked Werewolf perfectly. This book is to paranormal and shifter books what Stephanie Plus is to crime thrillers, but the heroine is more skilled, sane and adept than Stephanie Plum. “Mo”, the heroine, has the crazy family she is ambivalent about, a funny female side kick, lots of men attracted to her, a former failed relationship, two men that are (seriously) interested in her, and a contentious relationship with the man that makes her heart race. Kind of like Stephanie Plum right? Maybe, but that is where the similarity ends. While How to Flirt is not heavy and is a whole lot of fun, it seems to have a little more substance than Stephanie Plum. But the comparison for me ends there. Perhaps, because I haven’t read a lot of funny PNR or UF. And because of that, this book was a breath of fresh air to me. It is such a relief to read a PNR/UF book that might have a touch of criminal/police activity but isn’t rooted in police technical talk. There is a sort of mystery, but it seems obvious that the bad-doer isn’t what is supposed to be obvious – if that makes sense. I love the whole leaving society, leaving what I know to make myself over theme. I am a sucker for the romanticism of moving to a remote place with harsh weather like Alaska. And that is what How to Flirt presents itself as. Of course the heroine immediately loves and finds herself enmeshed in the new local culture. Unbelievable, but fun. Will this paranormal romance based book change your life? Probably not. Will it leave you wanting to rush into #2 in the series (which seems to be the last one written by the author with a new one to be released sometime this year)? No, but you will want to read it eventually. What this book will do is make you laugh, give your mind a break and let you have some fun. I listened to the audio book and the narration is done well. I recommend listening to it.