Sunday, March 20, 2011
Title: The Werewolf Upstairs
Author: Ashlyn Chase
Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
ISBN: 978-1-4022-3662-4
Genre: Paranormal/Humor/Erotica
Pages: 344
Rating: 5 Blood Drops
Reviewed by Amy J. Ramsey of Ramsey's Reviews

I have given considerable amount of thought about providing a summary for The Werewolf Upstairs and decided that the blurb on the back of the book wraps it up nicely.

Alpha werewolf Konrad Wolfensen sees it as his duty to protect the citizens of Boston, even if it means breaking into their apartments just to prove their security systems don't work. But when his unsolicited services land him in trouble with the law, he'll have to turn to his sexy new neighbor for help.

Attorney Roz Wells is bored. She used to have such a knack for attracting the weird and unexpected, but ever since she took a job as a Boston public defender, the quirky quotient neighbor starts coming around...

Roz knows she should stay away from this sexy bad boy, but she can't help it that she's putty in his hands...

The Werewolf Upstairs is a highly recommended read! Ashlynn Chase has incorporated ample amount of humor, mystery, and sex within her story about a self-conscious lawyer who rents her best friend's old apartment, 1B, and soon discovers the apartment's ability to draw two strangers together for another love connection. This is now my favorite book and Ashlynn Chase has definitely earned a permanent spot on my book-shelf. I implore you, if you have not read this book or want to experience a new author, please purchase The Werewolf Upstairs. You will not be disappointed.