Highly entertaining read. I've already placed the second book on order. I also have to check out her Jane Jameson series. Soon.
Mo's parents are loveable and hilarious in their own kooky way, but I'd probably be willing to move to Alaska to get away too. Even when you're wincing for Mo, you can't help laughing at her mother's antics. I also loved the people of Grundy, Alaska. Charming and funny, with a few eccentrics thrown into the mix.
One of the things I loved about this book was the fact Mo and Cooper weren't immediately jumping into a relationship or bed. Even after the first meeting, the focus remained on Mo's move and fitting into the town. This made for much more realistic interaction (well - aside from the werewolf factor) between them.