How To Marry A Werewolf

How To Marry A Werewolf

Guilty of an indiscretion? Time to marry a werewolf.

WEREWOLVES

The monsters left Faith ruined in the eyes of society, so now they’re her only option. Rejected by her family, Faith crosses the Atlantic, looking for a marriage of convenience and revenge.

But things are done differently in London. Werewolves are civilized. At least they pretend to be.

AMERICANS

Backward heathens with no culture, Major Channing has never had time for any of them. But there’s something special about Faith. Channing finds himself fighting to prove himself and defend his species. But this werewolf has good reason not to trust human women.

Even if they learn to love, can either of them forgive?

From the New York Times bestselling author of the Parasol Protectorate series comes a stand alone romance set in the same universe. Look out for appearances from favorite characters and the serious consequences of unwarranted geology.

A Note On Chronology

The Claw & Courtship novellas can be read in any order. This book can be enjoyed without having read any of Gail’s other works. Set in the spring of 1895 this story occurs after events chronicled in Romancing the Werewolf.

More?
This story is contemporaneous with events at the beginning of Reticence (final Custard Protocol book). Channing is first introduced to readers in the second Parasol Protectorate book, Changeless. He also appears briefly in Romancing the Inventor.

Title:How To Marry A Werewolf
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781944751142
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About Gail Carriger

Gail Carriger writes comedies of manners mixed with paranormal romance (and the sexy San Andreas Shifter series as G L Carriger). Her books include the Parasol Protectorate, Custard Protocol, and Supernatural Society series for adults, and the Finishing School series for young adults. She is published in many languages and has over a dozen NYT bestsellers. She was once an archaeologist and is fond


    How To Marry A Werewolf Reviews

  • Mandi Schreiner

    Gail Carriger writes such cute, quirky books and in this novella (although it felt like a long novella) she gives us a grumpy werewolf hero and a human heroine who loves to collect rocks.Faith had an ...

  • Stephanie

    This fantasy romance novella was absolutely delightful (like all of Gail Carriger's fantasy romance novellas - I really love them). The first third or so is just deliciously witty and fun, full of lau...

  • Roo Barb

    I just finished HTMAW. I wasn't sure if I'd like this book, Channing always irritated me, he's just so, "Major Channing Channing of the Chesterfield Channings." Oh boy was I wrong, so, so wrong.I may ...

  • Ty Kuta

    I looked forward to this novella as Channing is one of my favorite side characters in the Parasolverse--and Gail did not disappoint! Overall I think How to Marry A Werewolf is definitely one of my fav...

  • Jessica

    What a lovely novella about the prickliest member of the London Werewolf Pack! I loved that the love interest was from America and as always in Gail Carriger's works, a strong enough woman to stand on...

  • (Tori-Smexybooks) smexys_sidekick

    An enjoyable novella that revisits Ms. Carriger's Parasol Protectorate world with the wooing and romancing of a certain very grump gamma wolf and a young American woman for whom a moment of ill trust ...

  • Kelly

    It makes me want to go back and reread the rest of her works!...

  • Yvonne

    Channing as we never expected to see him - in society interacting with human females. As always with Ms Carriger the writing is sublime and the dialogue is both clever and laugh out loud funny in plac...

  • Bookworm Erica

    Loved!! Couldn't stop reading This story has it all. Werewolves and rocks and tea and a great villain...and an AMERICAN?! yes and she is wonderful. Also really funny Kudos...

  • Dragana

    Maybe because of his absurd name, but Channing Channing was always one of my favorite characters in the Parasol protectorate series. I was happy for him to finally get his HEA. And Faith was a great h...