Animals, Book, Romance, Stories, Young Adult/Teen

Otterly Into You by Erin Nicholas

Short and Sweet

Karen’s Review

I saw Otterly Into You reviewed on Julie Northup’s blog. I liked what I read, so I downloaded it. Good call.

I really enjoyed this very short story. It told of the building romance between Knox and Fiona told mainly from his point of view, although later it switched briefly to Fiona’s. This cute play on words title, is there because Knox is looking after her otters. Of course there is more to it than that.

If you have read the full book, I would imagine this short prequel will delight you. If you haven’t, you’ll still love it. It’s fun, and a good way to pass an hour of relaxation.


They’re not-quite enemies. They’re not-really friends. They’re definitely not lovers.
But they’re absolutely going to be one of those things when this is over.

He really doesn’t want to want this woman.
Or her otters.

And no, “otters” is not a euphemism.

She has otters. And she wants him to take care of them. And he’s going to say yes.
Is that going to get him laid?

Is that a good idea?
Definitely not.

Is he going to do it anyway?
Absolutely yes.

And he isn’t at all surprised to find that’s just the start of all the chaos…

Otterly Into You is the prequel to the full-length, stand alone, HEA, rom com Kiss My Giraffe!.

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