If you like comedy with a little suspense, you'll love Lou Kinipski. Supeemodel by day, werewolf when least convienent with a penchant for smart remarks It didn't really carry over a a true suspense thriller, but you will fall in love with Lou and smart mouth. I would have loved to read more about Lou's search for her self and her love life, but unfortunately, Ronda Thompson passed away a couple of years ago. I love the way the author wove the reader through a mosiac of laughter and intrigue. Have several of her books and love each one.
Confessions of a Werewolf Supermodel
I highly recommend this book and author! This is a great book! Very sad that there will be no more books in this series. Would have been great storie line. Author passed away after writing this book.
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But it is still a good read as a stand alone. If you are looking for a light, funny, little romance and supernatural read, you want to pick this up. Mass Market Paperback in Good condition They are not actual photos of the physical item for sale and should not be relied upon as a basis for edition or condition. The only thing worse than a furry fashion faux-pas? Fangs in her million-dollar smile. That's what happened six months ago, when Lou had her first outbreak.
Then a sexy detective comes knocking on her door. It was funny and had some romance and mystery going on as well. The main character is a werewolf. She woke up the next morning knowing she'd killed and buried the boy who attacked her after transforming into a werewolf. Apparently the transformation did come with one up side, she went from Ugly Duckling to Supermodel beautiful.
So she ran away from home and b Okay, I absolutely loved this one. So she ran away from home and became a Supermodel. Flash to future and after 7 years with no more transformations she is suddenly having a case of "werewolf" breakouts she grows fur where there should be no hair and this is where the story gets interesting. You can tell Thompson was going to make a new series out of this one. So sad she passed away before she could finish it. Jan 02, Dharia Scarab rated it really liked it.
Since I don't normally write reviews unless I have something specific to say, here's the break down of how I rate my books This book was bad, so bad I may have given up and skipped to the end. I will avoid this author like the plague in the future. This book was not very good, and I won't be reading any more from the author. This book was ok, but I won't go out of my way to read more, But if I find another book by the author for under a dollar I'd pick it up.
I loved this book! It had earned a permanent home in my collection and I'll be picking up the rest of the series and other books from the author ASAP. Oct 23, Leelan rated it liked it Shelves: Found this in the romance section at Borders. Saw the title and was intrigued. Since I have been pleasantly surprised before and because I was looking for some book that was different from ny usuals, I picked it up. Turns out that it was exactly like my usuals. Not really fluff which was what I was in the mood for. Climax came sudden and fast. Bad guy defeated way Deceptive. Bad guy defeated way too easily when our heroine finally confronted him.
Lots of threads left dangling BTW.
This is obviously the first in what the author hopes will be a long series like Jim Butcher's Dresden Files. Jan 04, chucklesthescot rated it did not like it Shelves: Nothing particularly wrong with the book itself so my 1 star review is purely because these 'humour' books are turning out to be not my thing. This book has a supermodel who wolfed out for the first time when her boyfriend attacked her at the Prom and she accidently kills him. Fleeing, with a new name, her new beauty leads her to a modeling career with several furry outbreaks but now her past could be catching up with her.
The humour in these books is very much a personal thing and while I might Nothing particularly wrong with the book itself so my 1 star review is purely because these 'humour' books are turning out to be not my thing. The humour in these books is very much a personal thing and while I might give the odd smile, I don't really go for this type of read.
If you like things like Queen Betsy, you might enjoy this. Jul 10, Mical rated it liked it Recommends it for: People who enjoy romance novels, sexy stories and supernatural buffs. As far as originality goes, this book does take an unusual tack. I've never read a story about, and from the perspective of; a werewolf supermodel.
The characters are decent, with insecurities and fears that are normal. However, the story does venture into some well-trodden areas of the female lead being beset by more than one super-hunky man and libidos that are so powerful that they cannot be denied. Otherwise it was a very nice book with a story that leaves one looking forward to the next ins As far as originality goes, this book does take an unusual tack. Otherwise it was a very nice book with a story that leaves one looking forward to the next installment to see where the author takes us from here.
I'll give it three stars for the story, but the now cliched angle of hypersexuality takes those last two stars away for me. Oct 07, Sarita rated it really liked it.
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After reading a few heavy non-fiction books, I wanted something superfical, and saw this book. I was pleasantly surprised by the first chapter, and completely intrigued by the second. I couldn't wait to find out what happened next. Although it ended too abruptly for me, the story unfolds great. Not too slow, not too fast, just enough filler. Upon finishing I was looking for the sequel. Unfortunately, I found the author had passed and was deeply saddened.
Although I certainly wish I could have fo After reading a few heavy non-fiction books, I wanted something superfical, and saw this book. Although I certainly wish I could have found out what unfolded later, I'm happy to have been introduced to a great author. I will defintely look into other work by Ronda Thompson.
Feb 12, Cassandra rated it did not like it. I am so torn about this book. It was written in present tense, which really irritated me at first. I did get used to the tense, but it still irked me throughout. I also didn't exactly like the main character, although she showed signs of growing as a person and I'd be pleased to see if she does change in the next one. The world it's written in, though, and the challenges she faced were really engrossing. I didn't get bored, although I did figure out the plot very early in the book. I'll most like I am so torn about this book.
I'll most likely read the next one, just to see how things develop. Feb 12, Morgan rated it it was ok Shelves: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I have a lot of big, heavy, deep books and classics to read but I just wanted something quick and light to read and I like werewolves, so I thought "why not"?
There are more in this series, but I won't be bothering with them. I can already see how it's going. There's a cop she's sleeping with. There's her photographer she's in love with. There's a private investigator who's hot for her. And she picks up a vampire along the way, who's hanging out in her apartment. Jul 05, Jennifer rated it liked it Shelves: I love the dynamic between Lou and Cindy.
Best friends, who even though they are starting to outgrow each other remain best friends. I am very glad that Lou was able to clear up the issues with her past, but I am left wondering what happened to her parents and her adoptive parents? Is there another book that follows this one that answers these questions? And what about her relationship with the hot cop? Does that ever go anywhere? What about Cindy and More like 3. What about Cindy and Natasha? Good story, but it left a lot of loose ends.
Apr 21, Beth rated it really liked it Shelves: I liked this book a lot when I first read it. It was a great start to what would have been a funny series. After I finished it I went looking for information on the series only to discover that the author had passed away a few months before the book was released. I have reread the book a couple times over the years and will always miss not knowing what would have been next for the characters, especially the lead character Supermodel Lou Kipinski.
But at least the book isn't like some in a series.
It didn't end on a cliffhanger that absolutely needs the next book. Jun 15, Yvonne rated it really liked it. Book one of a series that will never be finished. The author dies after this book was completed. She died 11th July BUT This is not the usual paranormal candy. This book as interesting characters and the herorine is not a simpering maiden in distress. She is confused about her condition and wants to find out what triggers her transformations. She meets a hot cop when girls in the city who look like her start being killed.
A good read and it is very sad that this is the first and last book of Book one of a series that will never be finished. A good read and it is very sad that this is the first and last book of the series Nov 30, Vroom rated it really liked it. How sad that there won't be a sequel. This isn't great literature but it was far better than the subject matter promised or really deserved. It was funny and written with heart. Yes, the plot was a bit obvious at points particularly the identity of the stalker and the details of the best friend's romance but that did not detract from the overall fluffy read.
I read this right after Howling at the Moon a dreadful book , expected nothing much and was pleasantly surprised by the book and sadden How sad that there won't be a sequel. I read this right after Howling at the Moon a dreadful book , expected nothing much and was pleasantly surprised by the book and saddened when, searching for a sequel, discovered that the book was published posthumously.
Lou was attacked on prom night and went from an ugly duckling to supermodel beauty with the only side effect of being a werewolf. Now she is trying to track down her past at the same time someone is killing girls that look like her and Lou is seeing it in dreams. An interesting story and take on werewolves.
It ended like there would be a sequel but its been a few years and nothing has been published. It isn't a big cliffhanger, so you can enjoy this story, but I would still like to learn more a Lou was attacked on prom night and went from an ugly duckling to supermodel beauty with the only side effect of being a werewolf. It isn't a big cliffhanger, so you can enjoy this story, but I would still like to learn more and hope the sequel appears at some point.
Aug 16, Helly rated it really liked it. From the cover and title, I expected this to be silly chick lit. Good story line and well developed main character. It ends making you think this is a start of a series, so I googled to look for more books and found out the author has passed away. Oct 19, Lara rated it liked it Shelves: It would have been a great start for a new series: However, due to the premature departure of the author, many questions most of all about Lou's real nature and the motives at the base of her transformation are left unanswered leaving the reader hanging Feb 23, Lady Ozma rated it it was amazing Shelves: OK, this book was awesome from page one.
I loved this book and sure hope there's one to follow!!! What can I say, a supermodel that's a werewolf is a pretty nifty premise.
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I love that each chapter has a confession as an opener. This book sets up a world that's mega fascinating. I guess supermodels aren't all shallow bimbos. Some have REAL issues like what to do with hair outbreaks on the back when modeling bras. Such a hard life!
Mar 17, Sarah rated it it was amazing Shelves: This was a very interesting book to read, It had a nice amount of mystery and intrigue, and a lot of back story that came to light as you read. The one bad thing I would say is that to me it seemed more like the start of a series, unfortunately Ronda Thompson died the same year this book was published. It was quite good as a stand alone but I would have loved to find out more about the character, her past and see how she would have developed had there been more books.
Definitely worth the read! Jun 09, Courtney rated it liked it Shelves: I really liked this book, and I was expecting it to be over when the book ended. But it left all these loose ends and unanswered questions; it seemed like there was supposed to be a second novel in the series, but when I went online and looked it up there was nothing. There was only this book. So although I'm hoping there's going to be a second book, for some reason I doubt it.
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