Monday, February 06, 2012

Nutter Nero by Lynn Hagen was screwy in a fun way

Nutter Nero (Brac Pack, #12)
Title: Nutter Nero
Author: Lynn Hagen
Publisher: Siren Publishing
Release Date: 13 May 2011
This book is: My own e-book

This is the summary off the back of the book.
Electronics expert Nero Credence suffers from germ phobia with a touch of ADD. Add a sprinkle of OCD, and then send him to a house full of wolf shifters and watch him go. Gunnar Sadena is the most laid-back wolf you could meet. He laughs a lot and hardly ever gets angry. But Gunnar is baffled when a five foot human shows up at the front door, telling him he's there to slay Ricky's dinosaurs. Who the hell is Ricky, and why would he have dinosaurs? Amused, Gunnar allows the nutter to enter his home. Nero turns the pack upside down as his neurosis kicks in. At six foot five, the wolf has a hard time bowing down to this pint-size terror. Gunnar thinks the quirky man is nuts, but he's also his mate.

This is what I think of the book.
This was a very funny instalment of the Brac pack series.
Nero was hilarious at times and very sad at others. The fact that most of his neurosis were from his parents abuse was heart wrenchingly sad. This series really does like it's broken birds and Nero fit right in with all the other mates. As with a lot of the books in this series this one was about acceptance and about contexts because with in the den Nero really didn't stand out as overly strange when stood next to some of the other mates or even the wolves. I head a really good saying that kind of sums up this series, there is an odd sock for every old slipper, and these book depict that beautifully telling us there is a someone for everyone!

My Rating:PhotobucketPhotobucketPhotobucketPhotobucket I really liked this!