Where the Wild Things Bite

Where the Wild Things Bite Delivering a rare book to a valued customer is definitely part of mild mannered archivist Anna Winthrop s job description You know what isn t Protecting her precious cargo from mid flight theft by the

  • Title: Where the Wild Things Bite
  • Author: Molly Harper
  • ISBN: 9781476794440
  • Page: 378
  • Format: ebook
  • Delivering a rare book to a valued customer is definitely part of mild mannered archivist Anna Winthrop s job description You know what isn t Protecting her precious cargo from mid flight theft by the very pilot who is flying her to Half Moon Hollowwhile trying to appear as unappetizing as possible to the only other passenger, a vampire Undead bookstore owner Jane JaDelivering a rare book to a valued customer is definitely part of mild mannered archivist Anna Winthrop s job description You know what isn t Protecting her precious cargo from mid flight theft by the very pilot who is flying her to Half Moon Hollowwhile trying to appear as unappetizing as possible to the only other passenger, a vampire Undead bookstore owner Jane Jameson could be waiting a very long time for her book Possibly forever.Fortunately, Anna s dashing fanged companion Finn Palmeroy helps her fend off the attack, but not before their plane crash lands in the forest hundreds of miles from civilization Great, now she s stranded with a priceless tome and a rakish vampire whose bedtime is fast approaching Why does everyone want this book so badly, anyway Anna just wants to get it to Jane before Finn decides to turn her into dinner or sweep her off her feet Okay, the second option is really tempting But they re not out of the woods yet

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    1. THE REVIEWWhy this book?I love this seriesWhat I thoughtMolly Harper can do no wrong, I always know a Molly Harper book is going to be amazing . This was no exception. This book was entertaining and altogether fun. As for the characters they both had their moments where they got on my nerves, but they were likable most of the time. This might not be my favorite book of the series, but it had its moments. I only wish we got more romance it seemed like we only got some at the last part of the book [...]

    2. It isn't being paranoid to freak out if you see your small-plane pilot breaking the controls and then walking away with a parachute on his back. You are free to move about the plane and panic now.If that wasn't bad enough, the pilot also tried to stab our heroine, Anna, on his way out. What, her dying in a fiery explosion in the woods isn't good enough for you? Sheesh! Talk about over-kill. It's like kicking someone in the groin on their way up the gallows steps. That'll teach 'em.The other pass [...]

    3. Reviewed by: Rabid Reads.I liked WHERE THE WILD THINGS BITE because even though it takes place in the HALF MOON HOLLOW universe, and familiar characters pop-in, neither Anna or Finn are part of Jane Jameson’s gang, so it also provided a bit of a different spin on Molly Harper’s best-selling series. Most of the story took place in a forest as opposed to the usual small town setting which added to this installment’s unique appeal as well.The author once again sucked me in with a few bookish [...]

    4. Anna who is more the stay at home and be a hermit type, finds herself flying to Half Moon Hollow to deliver a very rare and very old book about supernatural creatures. Little does she know, there are a number of groups who want the book and they're the sort of groups who think crashing her plane to get it isn't such a bad idea. She finds herself in the wilderness with Finn, a vampire who is also probably after the book. But with the sorriest bunch of redneck shifters also hunting them, they team [...]

    5. I have no complaints. Funny, interesting, entertaining. Well, there was the question about bungee cords that came after that seemed out of place like something was added, but that question/conversation wasn't adjusted in editing. Outside of that, I thoroughly enjoyed. The narration was fantastic as well.

    6. I could just about repeat the review of the previous book in this series just with a different plot summary.Anna is a bibliographer who is taking a rare and priceless book that she's just authenticated back to Jane Jameson in Half-Moon Hollow via a small plane. The only other people on the plane are the pilot and a handsome vampire, which presents a problem when the pilot sabotages the controls, dons a parachute and demands that Anna hand over the book. From there we get a plane crash and an ext [...]

    7. 3.5 stars Where the Wild Things Bitewas a fun romp through the horrors of camping in Kentucky with a bookworm heroine and a sexy, yet shady vampire hero being chased after some backwoods shifters with nefarious plans.Fans of the author/narrator pairing of Harper and Ronconi will be fully entertained by the audio production of  Where the Wild Things Bite .

    8. It took me awhile to warm up to Finn and Ann as a couple. The ending fight scene was pretty ridiculous, but in a funny way.

    9. This is fifth in a series and one with lots of self-referencing. I recommend reading them in order and, further, that you start with the Jane Jameson series while you're at it.I love Molly Harper's books as a general rule. So it's no surprise that I liked this one. Anna's a bit of a throwback to Jane in terms of personality (you can, indeed, see why they get along so well), so that's always fun. She has her own raft of "issues", though, and Finn as male lead didn't really work for me. He's alway [...]

    10. There are some things that are just meant to go together. Peanut and jelly. Tomato soup and grilled cheese sandwiches. And most definitely Amanda Ronconi narrating a Molly Harper book. There is just something so perfect about this pairing, and I'm always pleased with the resulting audiobook production. Therefore, I was pretty excited to listen to Molly Harper's newest Half Moon Hollow book, Where the Wild Things Bite, and I enjoyed every minute of the audiobook.In typical Molly Harper fashion, W [...]

    11. Quirky and outlandish, Where the Wild Things Bite was a welcome respite from my normal reading material.Anna has deliver a book, how hard could that be. When your plane crash lands into enemy territory it might be harder than you think. No food, no water and a sexy dream of a vampire makes for some exciting reading.Social awkward, Anna is relatable and fresh with odd ball antic, punctuated with a hot, hunky vampire make this a fun, paranormal romance that just hit the spot.I received this ARC co [...]

    12. I had fun reading this. Molly Harper's humorous paranormal romance are some of my favorite "comfort" reads. This one had the humor I expect, steamy romance, crazy vamps, funky shifters, and quirky humans. In this we have Anna and Finn. Finn is a shady con man, Anna works with old books about paranormal. She and Finn are on a plane that doesn't make it to its destination. They end trekking through a forest while being chased by a few normal people and some not so normal people. Anna is a germapho [...]

    13. This book is a delight from the very first page. Molly Harper knows how to bring the characters to life, give them humorous and quirky traits with descriptions that have you visualizing every action and every person involved. You can’t help but be engaged and fall in love with her writing and her unique stories. Her imagination is amazing and I’m always impressed with the flow and fun that she puts into her stories.Even though the paranormal segment is not normally my reading pleasure, for t [...]

    14. The voice of the heroine is what made this book so fun. She was insecure and afraid of her own shadow but hilariously fun in her inner thoughts. There were vampires here and their mythos wasn't explained at all except I guess they were of the normal undead, can't go out in sunlight type. There were shifters and werewolves which were different things. And I wasn't really buying the set up of the shifter types. Still the story was a fun way to pass a few hours.

    15. Originally posted at smexybooks/2016/07/review-Favorite Quote: If there’s a lesson you can take from vampires, it’s “take what resources you can, when you can, even if it’s in a less than ethical manner.” We call this “survival of the sneakiest.”The fifth installment in Molly Harper’s silly, sexy, and adorably addictive Half Moon Hollow series will leave readers cheering and laughing out loud at the pairing of a shiftless vampire with an extreme germaphobe who are trapped in the [...]

    16. I'm still going to auto-buy pretty much anything from the Jane Jameson or Half Moon Hollow series - that's a given. It's also going to be in audio format because there is nothing like hearing Amanda Ronconi nail those one-liners and quips, she really makes Molly Harper books shine. That being said I liked it very much, but it's not my favorite from the series. I guess I've only had one other book to really get to know Finn - and I seriously got the heebee-geebies and douche vibes from him in the [...]

    17. My review and an extended sample of the audiobook are posted at Hotlistens.I always love when I get a new installment from Molly Harper. She is a favorite author of mine. Tie her with Amanda Ronconi as the narrator and I’m in heaven. They are a perfect pair to make me laugh.This story is a bit different from previous books in the Half Moon Hollow series. While this is not the first time we’ve had characters who are not part of Jane Jamison’s gang, this is the first time we’ve had them ou [...]

    18. Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy.An improvement over the THE SINGLE UNDEAD MOMS CLUB, WHERE THE WILD THINGS BITE starts to bring the Half-Moon Hollow series back to where I want it to be - funny, lighthearted and a nice little escape read.Since WHERE THE WILD THINGS BITE took place mostly away from Half-Moon Hollow, the reader isn't inundated with characters from previous books (though there's a little of that at the end). We get the opportunity to know Anna and Finn on their own meri [...]

    19. Loved it! Loved learning more about Finn and Anna is awesome! Sooooooo Happy to read Jane again!! Why do I have to wait Soooo long to read more Half Moon Hollow?!?

    20. I can't believe it. Molly Harper actually redeemed and made me like Finn! Fun, action and accident filled addition to the Half Moon Hollow universe. Recommended!

    21. Where the Wild Things Bite was unique in that it mainly featured two previously unfamiliar characters and their story took place mostly outside of Half-Moon Hollow. Anna Winthrop is an OCD, phobiac (apparently not a word, but should be, IMO) who is off to deliver an extremely rare book to Jane in Half-Moon Hollow. On her flight there others wanting the book give her wildly-out-of-comfort-zone-adventure a smashing start. Her only companion on this Lost in the Woodlands of Who-Knows-Where is a vam [...]

    22. Anna Winthrop has precious cargo she must get to Half Moon Hollow. What she doesn't realize is there are more people interested in the book than she thought. She gets on the plane and her warning bells are going off, especially about the guy seated across the aisle. Once in the air, everything goes to hell and the plane goes down. Suspicious guy from across the aisle becomes her savior.Funny thing is, her savior is Finn. Finn who we know from Single Undead Mom's Club, is not the most reliable pe [...]

    23. Where the Wild Things Bite is book five in the Half-Moon Hollow series, but can definitely be read as a stand-alone. This was the first book by Molly Harper that I've read, and I definitely will be picking up more in this series!This book centers around Anna, a neurotic and weird librarian who is delivering a book to a client, and Finn, a vampire that is kind of shady. Finn tries over and over to make conversation on the abandoned flight with Anna, but she isn't having any part of it, and things [...]

    24. My Review:Overall: 4.25Performance: 4.75Story: 4.00Flat out, this is a series that I've enjoyed from the very beginning. I know going into it what exactly I'm going to get with this seriesMolly Harper's distinctive, wonderful sarcastic wit, two MC's who probably don't get along all, and a romance that keeps me smiling as it slowly evolves and develops. This latest installment to the series did not disappoint in any of these aspects. Anna is trying to deliver a valuable book to Jane Jamison, but [...]

    25. 3.5 starsMolly Harper is another funny favorite of mine and this is the fifth book in her Half-Moon Hollow series which is itself a spin off from her 4 book Jane Jameson series. She sort of specializes in shady characters, and this one might be one of the shadiest yet. We met Finn when he was kind of up to no good in the last book (there was something there but he was just too damned shady), and he is pretty well up to his same old tricks.Anna may be the most neurotic and idiosyncratic character [...]

    26. Anna is sort of a hermit that lives for her job surrounded by old books, until a very valuable one comes to her and Anna believes it is her duty to give it back by hand to its rightful owner and not by courier. So even though she is an agoraphobe, germophobe and a lot more adjectives that end in "phobe", she bravely gets on a plane to Half-Moon Hollow to deliver that precious book to Jane Jameson. And then her plane crashes.I could not put this book down, but I am afraid I was expecting more - p [...]

    27. Silly and occasionally weird, this just so happened to be exactly what I was in the mood for when I picked it up.This is, of course, part of a series, that surrounding familiar, didn't really ring a bell for me while reading. This, of course, means that luckily you can pick this book up as a standalone if you're unfamiliar with the original series itself.There's action and intrigue and betrayal and romance and seriously, what is up with that Bed & Breakfast?? *shakes head*This was a very lig [...]

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