Summary provided by Goodreads:

Broke, nerdy, and self-confessed wimp Misty Wall leads a ho-hum life as a Grammar Nazi intern, which of course earns her feelings of hate-at-first-sight from her colleagues at Ze Morgue, a.ka. Moretti Inc.’s Administration Department.

Misty has always wished for something exciting to spice up her boring-with-a-capital-B existence, but she never thought it would come in the form of a gorgeous six-foot-plus billionaire. The world knows him as Domenico Moretti, the ruthless, cunning, and aloof CEO of Moretti, Inc, a.k.a. her boss.

Gifts of (mis)fortune come in threes, they say, and it’s certainly the case with Misty, whose life is turned upside-down by Domenico Moretti’s three shocking revelations.

One, he’s a werewolf (who’s also a prince).

Two, he wants her in his bed – him, the guy who actually had to file a TRO against an obsessive supermodel.

And three, he has a proposition she never – and she means never – ever sees coming.



Ok, I read this book because:
1) I love wolves
2) Sometimes is healthy to read some insta-love xD
3) It was free

There are a lot of explicit scenes in the book, and I was cool with some of them. Sometimes I was like:

But, I think other scenes were getting out of hand! Sometimes my brain didn’t want to process the information! TMI.

I didn’t have a lot of problems with Misty. However, she annoyed the heck out me with her “delicate” words (Shick and Frack) I know she makes use of this words because she wants to be a good example for her siblings, but you don’t have to use it every single minute. Furthermore, if you want to be a good example stop writing a porn about yourself explicit things in your diary before one of your siblings reads the whole thing!

Domenico is sexy and everything you might desire, but he’s also very arrogant and authoritarian. I know, he’s supposed to be that way because he’s the prince of a pack etc. But, when he tried to “teach several lessons” to Misty (because she had to do everything like he wanted!) I wanted to:

I have to admit that he changes for her, and that was cute

Overall, this book is not for everybody! So, if you don’t like super-insta-love you’re going to hate it. For me, it wasn’t good or bad. I’m going to read the sequel if there’s any because I’m curious to know what happens next and the ending was interesting enough.