Honey, I Shrunk the Werewolf [NOOK Book]

Overview

"I'm a what?"
"A werewolf."
"A werewolf who can't remember he's a werewolf because he has amnesia."

That pretty much sums it up. The timing couldn't be worse, too. Just when the pain of booting her asshat of a husband to the curb has started to lessen, Ella gets stuck babysitting his hairy amnesiac ass. Well . . . she is a psychiatric nurse, after all. In exchange for helping Crosby rediscover his inner werewolf, Ella has the pack's word she'll be granted a divorce. She'll be free to move on. Maybe continue the ...
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Overview

"I'm a what?"
"A werewolf."
"A werewolf who can't remember he's a werewolf because he has amnesia."

That pretty much sums it up. The timing couldn't be worse, too. Just when the pain of booting her asshat of a husband to the curb has started to lessen, Ella gets stuck babysitting his hairy amnesiac ass. Well . . . she is a psychiatric nurse, after all. In exchange for helping Crosby rediscover his inner werewolf, Ella has the pack's word she'll be granted a divorce. She'll be free to move on. Maybe continue the Twitter flirtation she's got going with @Hairofthedog. Hey, it's a start.

But Crosby isn't playing fair. No longer the Grand Poobah of Douchebaggery, with his memories gone, he's more the charming, fun-loving man Ella fell in love with. How's she supposed to hate him when he keeps smiling and charming and, oh yeah, screwing her six ways to Sunday? Though Ella's body is game for more physical therapy, her mind hasn't forgotten his betrayal. Crosby will need a damn fine excuse for what he's done.

As it turns out, he has one-and it's a doozy.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781419936272
  • Publisher: Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc
  • Publication date: 8/19/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 171,301
  • File size: 600 KB

Meet the Author

Dakota Cassidy

Dakota Cassidy lives in Texas with her family.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 31, 2012

    Unless you want porn, don't bother

    I LOVE the Dakota Cassidy "Accidental" series. Nina is one of my all time favorite characters. But this book?????? Seriously, 90% of this book is them having graphic sex. I have never seen the four letter "C" word for a woman's private part used so much in a book. On one page alone, I counted that word 5 times. And that was just one page!! That particular word is used throughout the whole book as well as other graphic words. I enjoy romance and a bit of erotica in books,but if I wanted a hard core porn, I would buy one. I read the reviews from others on this book, and since it had good reviews I bought it. I bought one other outside of the "accidental" series and was disappointed, but figured it was a fluke, and it was just me that did not care for it. Well, I will not make the mistake of buying any other books not in the series. I would not read it if it was free. I expect a story line in my books. Not this. If you took out all the sex, you would maybe have a 50 page story. No thanks. Sorry Ms. Cassidy, you lost a reader.

    3 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 31, 2011

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    Such a fun book!

    My Review:
    Okay, did you read that story description above?? This book is just as good and funny as it sounds in that description. OMG, this was such a fun book!! I absolutely adore Dakota Cassidy's sense of humor!


    Ella's soon-to-be ex husband ended up with a case of amnesia after he mysteriously showed up with a softball sized knot on his head. As werewolfs, mates normally are not allowed to divorce, but the Pack needs Crosby to get his memory back (although they aren't telling Ella why) and have agreed to give her the divorce if she will simply help him regain his memory. The problem is that Ella truly loved her husband until he suddenly started changing into a secretive, withdrawn jerk a few months ago... and then she caught him kissing another woman. Now he has amnesia, doesn't remember their problems or the fact that they were even married, and worse, is the same guy again that she fell in love with.


    Ella is funny. She's bitter and sad and doesn't want to give Crosby an inch. At the same time, she is acting as his nurse and can't let on anything about his history so that he remembers it naturally and doesn't do anymore damage to himself. She is working so hard to maintain her detachment, but that is next to impossible because Crosby is back to his charming self. He knows that he may not know who she is, but that doesn't change that he wants her and is trying to woo her.


    In addition to this being simply a fun, entertaining story, there is also a lot of suspense in this which really surprised me. Obviously, there is more going on with Crosby than Ella ever knew, but OMG, I did not see the twists and turns coming. Brilliantly done although I do think that the wrap-up was a bit abrupt. I would have preferred to have had just a bit more to the finale, but overall I am soooo glad that I read this book and will definitely be re-reading it again!!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 12, 2014

    3 star

    Dakota Cassidy has some of the best story ideas I have seen. Unfortunately, she is also one of the most repeatitve authors out there. No only does she write the same female character over and over, she uses all of the same phrases in every book. Not sure how she gets away with that.

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  • Posted November 18, 2013

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    Reviewed by Shannon and Sarah H. Book provided by the publisher

    Reviewed by Shannon and Sarah H.
    Book provided by the publisher for review
    Review originally posted at Romancing the Book


    Shannon’s Review: Crosby has amnesia. He doesn’t know who he is or that he’s even a werewolf. Ella, the beautiful, snarky woman who claims to be his babysitter, says he has to come home with her so she can help him deal with his amnesia and the ins and outs of being a werewolf. Even with his amnesia, he knows there’s something about Ella that he craves.

    Ella, rushes to Crosby’s aide when she hears he’s been hurt and without his memory. She agrees to a deal with the Pack if she helps them out with the Crosby situation. She’s just not sure how she’s going to deal with the amnesiac Crosby. He may not remember her or the events of the past six months, but she does…painfully. But Crosby has a way of breaking down her barriers, especially when he’s laughing and turning the charm on her and acting very much like the man she fell in love with all those years ago.

    This was an engaging, laugh-out-loud short story that left you truly wishing there was more to Crosby and Ella’s story. Ella and Crosby’s chemistry grabs you right from the very beginning and has you hoping they find their way back to a happily ever after.

    Sarah’s Review: Honey I Shrunk the Werewolf is a fast paced, sexy, funny story about a guy and a girl who had a communication issue. Ella is funny and strong willed but jumped the gun too quickly and didn’t give Crosby a chance to tell his side of the situation. Crosby is definitely someone I’d want to get to know better. He’s sexy, kind hearted and loyal to the bone. The chemistry between Ella and Crosby is hella hot and not corny at all. I like the idea of @Hairofthedog as well – she really had no clue. The mystery/action element to the story is written well also. I like Cassidy’s snarky attitude when writing female protagonists. I also think she has a awesomely wicked sense of humor in her stories. The story is easy to read, fast paced and very enjoyable.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 22, 2012

    Loved dakota cassidy

    I loved this book. Dakota cassidy is an amazingly witty writter. This book had me lauging out loud from the beginning to te end. A joy to read and i love a woman who can hold my interest and always make me laugh with her characters and her words..oh yeah and she can write a sex scene like no other.

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  • Posted December 23, 2011

    more Humour from Cassidy

    Another humourous book from Cassidy. In this one, we have an amnesiac were-wolf who has been placed in the care of his estranged wife. As is usual with Cassidy, there are crazy situations and plenty of humour, plus, of course, the requsite HEA.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 22, 2011

    Short Romantica

    A short romantica (a romance and erotica novel combined). If you like Dakota Cassidy's Accidentals series you'll like this book.

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  • Posted September 20, 2011

    fantastic Read!!! LOL funny!

    Get ready for ear to ear grins and giggles because this story has so many clever quips, one-liners and sparky dialogue, that I was hard pressed to put it down. In fact, I couldn't stop reading because the heroine was incredibly funny, and her comments so surprising and snarky, my curiosity would not let me.

    As soon as I saw the title, I had to check out the blurb. It was that combination that helped me choose this book to read. What kept me reading was the back and forth dialogue between Ella, the heroine and Nash, the hero, in the first chapter. It reminded me a bit of Spencer Tracy and Katherine Hepburn which is classic. It also triggered my 'fun-o-meter' and I settled in for what I hoped to be a good story. I assure readers, it was. I had a ball and laughed out loud many times.

    Ella is a shrink and she's tasked with helping her soon-to-be ex-husband get his memory back. One of the absolutely adorable things she does with him and to him is making him watch T.V. Seems Nash was a whole different man when he had his memories and the story read like Ella was making him do things she always wanted him to do with her but he never had the time or made the time to do them. In a way, it was sad. They're simple and small things but when we're talking relationships, those little things can carry a lot of weight.

    Nash was fun. It was awesome to finally find a guy with amnesia who really didn't stress or have tons of emotional angst about his loss of name or memory. The author put that burden on some of the other characters. The hero was a treat in that he kicked back and enjoyed the freedom he felt. And part of that enjoyment was getting in on with Ella. He couldn't get enough of her and was quite inexhaustible. The 'how' of losing his memory was funny but the 'why' of it was part of the drama and suspense that simmered underneath all the fun and spunky frolic.

    I enjoyed Ella's being a sexual waffle. By that I mean that she wanted to resist Nash but she couldn't. She wanted to hate him, but she couldn't. Instead, she wants to eat him up like ice cream and starts to fall in love with him all over again. How is she ever going to get on with her life and let him go when he's so delicious and wonderful and everything she wanted? Especially because the man she's falling for doesn't remember her . or does he? I got a kick out of the things the author chose to trigger Nash's memories. They were sweet, hot and oh, so romantic.

    The ultimate conflict is fascinating. Turns out the author sets up a few red herrings early on with a few ambiguous remarks by some of the secondary characters and they kept me riveted. I didn't suspect the truth until the author wanted me to. And there was no way I'd ever figure out the final revelation in a million years. It was powerful and made for an awesome wrap up and heightened happily ever after.

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