Another ‘Accidental Werewolf’ on the Way

Seeing the release date on this one made laugh, so I am sharing it, even though it doesn’t come out for a year. The Accidental Werewolf: Something About Harry, the latest book in the hugely popular Accidentally Paranormal Series by Dakota Cassidy, is on the way. Well, according to Amazon, it will be here December 3, 2013. It’s so far away it seems silly to already have it up online, but it’s there and ready for pre-order (for whoever pre-orders books a year in advance). Check out the details below.


“From national bestselling author Dakota Cassidy comes the latest in the series that “gets better and better with each book.” (Bitten by Books)

He’s in a furry situation.

Accountant Harry Ralph Emerson has always been a by-the-numbers kind of guy. But when he finds himself trapped at work sprouting an obscene amount of hair, he knows his odds for maintaining normalcy are zero to none. After a frantic internet search, Harry goes through the OOPS—Out in the Open Paranormal Support—checklist and comes to a disheartening conclusion: He’s turning into a werewolf and he needs help ASAP.

She might be the only solution.

Werewolf Mara Flaherty has long carried a torch for Pack Cosmetics’s sexy single accountant, even after her attempt to seduce him went down in flames. When her sister-in-law, Marty, shows up to handle Harry’s OOPS emergency, she tasks Mara with showing the hirsute hottie the ropes. But Mara knows Harry’s condition is a result of her lab experiment gone wrong—and the previously mild-mannered object of her affection is about to give her a piece of his mind…”

What do you think? Plan on picking this one up in a year?

– Moonlight

About the Author
Moonlight (aka Amanda) loves to write about, read about and learn about everything pertaining to werewolves and other supernatural beasties. She writes for top genre sites like and You will most likely find her huddled over a book with coffee in hand. You can stalk her via her Twitter.

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1 comment

  1. Sounds interesting – though I’m going to wait until I see some reviews on it. It sounds more like a comedy, though, which I’m not a fan of when it comes to werewolves.

    Have you read the first one? Do you have to read the first book in order for the 2nd to make sense?

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