My Boss Is a Grumpy Werewolf and I Think He Wants to Eat Me!

My Boss Is a Grumpy Werewolf and I Think He Wants to Eat Me! - Jane Wallace-Knight The best thing about this book is the title. The reason I decided to read (I don't have much faith in Siren editorial books). I thought this was going to be a funny book with a nerdy guy more or less afraid of his werewolf boss who stares at him with such a passion that the nerdy guy mistakes it with rage. And it was.. the first 2 pages. Very quickly the misunderstanding is cleared, they have a date after a day of meeting for the first time and of course, amazing sex. Evan (the werewolf) is possessive and wants Cole in his life. They are confessing their love after, err, days? So yeah, the story ended pretty quickly, but wait! The author decided to throw a love problem between other werewolves, a daughter outside marriage (not Evan's nor Cole's, don't worry), a new sister for Evan and consequently, dangerous situations involving Evan's father and Cole. Yawn. Not the fun book I was hoping.