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A homeless werewolf travels to the town of Midsummer's Night, following a rumor that a doctor there has developed a cure for the lycanthropy that has always been the bane of his existence. But the cure he discovers is the very thing he ever expected to find...

©2010 Megan Derr (P)2014 Less Than Three Press, LLC

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Paul Morey does an excellent Southern accent!

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Book 1-3

Paul Morey's Southern accent was down right endearing. I'm not a big fan of the accent but he sounded so dang on sexy, good grief!

All 3 stories are entertaining with a great list of characters, my favorites being in book 3.

Good tales, fabulous narration!

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Kettle Corn Story dragged down by narration

I like this little series of novellas. They're generally sweet with clear good guys and clear bad guys. They needed a light reading at an up-tempo pace.

What they got was a plodding pace with all the excitement of grocery shopping. You could drive a (very large) truck through the spaces between paragraphs.

I wanted the story though, so I upped the pace to 1.25. At that pace, the story was ok. I had already bought the next two in the series before listening to the first, or I wouldn't have purchased the next in the series.

It's really a shame, because if this were the first Megan Derr book you listened to, you might not get another. Yet many of her others are expertly read.