Were(wolf) Wednesday: Kitty and the Midnight Hour by Carrie Vaughn

Written By: Kellie - Jan• 30•13

kitty and the midnight hour

Series: Kitty Norville
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
Publish Date: November 1st, 2005
Source: Purchased
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Rating: 5/5 Submissive wolves

Synopsis: Kitty Norville is a midnight-shift DJ for a Denver radio station – and a werewolf in the closet. Her new late-night advice show for the supernaturally disadvantaged is a raging success, but it’s Kitty who can use some help. With one sexy werewolf-hunter and a few homicidal undead on her tail, Kitty may have bitten off more than she can chew? -Goodreads

Review: I love, love, love this book. Actually, this entire series, but this is the book but started it all. Even now that this series has more books than I can count (Okay… it has ten. I can count to ten) this one is still my favorite. It’s still going though, and I never want it to end.

Kitty’s character is just so down to earth and realistic. She’s certainly grown since this book but I was so blown away by how much I related to this radio show host. More so than any other book character to date, I think. She has insecurities, short comings, and a wicked sense of humor. She is very much someone you would just want to hang out with if you ever had the chance. Kitty goes from an unassuming, bottom of the pack werewolf who doesn’t like her job to a woman with a lot on her plate.

It can be frustrating, reading about the crap Kitty puts up with, but it makes it all that much better as she learns how to deal with people and nonsense who just aren’t worth her time.

Kitty’s personal growth aside, the plot in this one was really fun and entertaining. Unlike a lot of first books in a series, you don’t get too much thrown at you at once, but it’s never boring. There’s a lot going on in the world Carrie Vaughn has created, and The Midnight Hour only begins to scratch the surface. This book mainly focuses on werewolf lore, but it’s all so interesting to read. Kitty’s personality is perfectly crafted to observe the things going on around her.

I actually wish it had been a bit of a bigger book so we could get a more thorough introduction, but really I just didn’t want it to end. I’ll be reading this series for as long as Carrie keeps writing them, and I’m prettttyyy sure you should too.

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