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Praise for the Accidentally Paranormal novels

“A writer to watch!”—Angela Knight, New York Times Bestselling Author

“Do yourself a favor and go buy everything that Dakota Cassidy has ever written.”—Fresh Fiction

“Cassidy’s quirky and offbeat series continues to be outlandish fun laced with a hint of poignancy. There’s never a dull moment with this bunch!”—RT Book Reviews

Author Essay

Dear Reader,

The Accidental Werewolf 2: Something About Harry marks the eighth edition of the Accidental series—I can’t believe we’ve come this far!

The trouble begins when Harry Emerson, a totally-unaware-he’s-hot geek drinks a bottle of vitaminwater—the wrong bottle of vitaminwater. The very logical, very worried Harry knows he has a major problem on his hands, logically speaking, of course.

Suddenly, Harry’s got a lot of hair and the urge to eat his way through the dairy farm located right up the road from where he works, prompting him to pick up the phone and call OOPS.

So I bet you’re wondering how a bottle of vitaminwater can cause so much havoc—at least I hope you are!

Enter Mara Flaherty (Keegan’s sister from The Accidental Werewolf)—an equally geeky lab tech at Pack Cosmetics with no personal life and no boyfriend on the horizon. When Mara decides to take matters into her own hands, and make her own future by creating a baby formula to begin the family she’s always wanted, well things get a little out of hand…

And that’s when she finds out Harry, her fellow Pack employee, the guy she’s so hot for and once drunkenly tried to seduce at an office Christmas party, drank her baby making juice.

Now Harry, in the midst of trying to raise his sister’s children who just lost their parents in a tragic car accident, is a real live werewolf—and he’s not happy.

Harry’s convinced there’s a way to reverse it, and as he sets off to try and make his logical mind come up with a logical solution, all hell is breaking loose. He has two out of control children he can’t seem to get a handle on, he’s falling for Mara, who’s in huge trouble with her pack for creating “baby-juice” and someone is threatening the lives of the people around him—and he’s friends with a zombie named Carl.

Does it get any crazier than that? I so hope you’ll join the Accidental girls and their latest adventure for another trip into my whacky world of the paranormal. And as always, thank you, thank you for the support and so much love!

Dakota Cassidy

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