I wasn't planning on reading this, or any other current Molly Harper books for that matter. With the exception of a handful of books, I can't stand first person perspetive in my fiction. No matter how hard i try, I find it nearly impossible to get invested in the story or care about the characters, and I hate the narrow scope that's a hallmark of first pov stories. However, after reading reviews for How to Flirt with a Naked Werewolf, I couldn't not give it a try, and it....wasn't bad. Hey, I actaully finished it, which is more then I can say for the number DNF's lining my shelves. I liked the heroine, though after thinking about it, I cant really figure out why.I was trying to describe her, and the only word that comes to mind, is 'sane', which is something I like my heroines to be, but not a factor that usually stands out. And the book itsn't terribly funny, IMO, but it was entertaining...and cute and easy to read. And for a couple chapters, at least, it grabed and held my attention. There were a few info dumps (long paragraphs giving me info that I honestly couldn't care less about ) but by and large, I didn't hate it. I still think it would have been a gazillion times better with an omniscient view point, I like head hopping ( at least to some degree), despite all the negative reactions I always seem to be reading about the practice. IMO, if done well, it tells a more complete story, and you really get to know all the different characters better. There were so so many times I would've have loved to be in her hero's head, as well as a couple other character's. so 3 stars, for being better than I expected, but not really living up to my review generated expectations.