This book was great fun to read. One of my favorites is to read a book with a good sense of humor and this one really came through. I can't wait to read the next book. It started out with Mo escaping her ex-fiancé and crazy parents in the south by travelling up to Grundy Alaska to get away. The locals are a bit odd and the weather takes some getting used to, but Mo fits right in. There were of course some things I didn't necessarily love about the book, like how easily Mo accepted Cooper's werewolf-dom. It is somewhat explained by her unusual upbringing, but I still didn't believe it. Who wouldn't freak that the hot guy from the diner turns into a wolf. The big mystery of the book, I found it somewhat predictable, but still interesting enough to keep the story going. I greatly enjoyed the banter between Mo and Cooper, that she didn't let him get away with his grumpiness. The men of Grundy were also a hoot, the different ways in which they tried to woo Mo at first was great fun. All in all, this was one of the more enjoyable books I have read in a while.