The Girl Who Cried Werewolf

This series is my most recent YA buy and oh my stars I am in love with reading again. The Girl Who Cried Werewolf by Heather Hildenbrand & Bam Shepherd is the first installment in a three-part paranormal romance series. You will fall in love with the main character, Romy, who is a sassy, university student with a book blog.

Girls are going missing around campus, she’s being tracked down by a swoon-worthy werewolf, and to top it off she may have accidentally posted about the existence of werewolves on her blog.

On her way to prove the existence of werewolves to her disbelieving fans, she will stumble into a world more dangerous than her own paranormal romance books could have prepared her for.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

This is the first time I will do this, but I am going to rate this book 5 ★. That is how amazing it is. You will not only adore Romy, but you will want to be best friends with her wild friends, Anna and Talia. You will wish that Kash was your own #bookboyfriend. The best part is this series gets so much better throughout the rest of the books, and I did not know that was even possible. I almost started tearing up a bit when I finished this series because I wanted more. Hildenbrand and Shepherd did not pull any punches when writing this series, as there are so many aspects of this book that will appeal to a wide variety of readers.

This book is actually what inspired me to revamp my bookstagram and commit to it full-time. That, readers, bibliophiles, and bashful bookworms, is how you know it is a good YA book. When it is able to inspire you to do something outside of your comfort zone or even encourage you to work on yourself to become a better you, is the mark of a phenomenal book. I am now a Hildenbrand and Shepherd fan for life. I hope you enjoy this book as much as I do, and look forward to hearing your thoughts on this book too!

Happy Reading,
~the Brown-Eyed Bookaholic

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