Bad Case of Loving You

About the Book

Bad Case of Loving You, Book 5 in the Wolf Mates series by USA Today bestselling paranormal romance author Dakota Cassidy, is here.

Return to Cedar Glen, home to a laugh-out-loud cast of characters including Crosby Nash, a werewolf with amnesia! Love is in the air. Or is it, as Cedar Glens resident psychiatric nurse struggles to discover the cause and cure her patient.

Werewolf Ella Stills has just one question: What exactly does it take to leave one’s life mate? Particularly when said life mate is a stubborn, stupid-headed, liar-liar-pants-on-fire cheater?

Apparently the answer is. . .amnesia. Not hers. His.

Crosby Nash, Mr. Hotshot Super-fine Lycan Lawyer, has gone and gotten himself conked on the head. Not only does he no longer remember Ella, their recent separation, or his dastardly cheatin’ heart—Crosby doesn’t even remember that he’s a werewolf. A psychiatric nurse by trade, Ella jumps at the pack’s offer of a divorce if she aids Crosby in his rehabilitation. Once his memory returns, she’ll be free.

But Ella didn’t count on Crosby’s lost memory turning him back into the man she fell in love with. . .the one she can’t resist. And when it becomes clear the pack needs Crosby to regain his memory for a reason—a reason curiously related to the woman he may have cheated with—it’s a mystery Ella can’t resist.

Though she’ll probably wish she had. . .

This paranormal romantic comedy contains humor, shifters, werewolves, and LOL fun. Bad Case of Loving You is not intended for readers under the age of 18.

Previously Published: (2011) Ellora’s Cave | Original title: Honey, I Shrunk the Werewolf.

Series: The Wolf Mates Series, Book 5
Genre: Shifters
Publisher: Dakota Cassidy
Publication Year: 2017
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