Lou Kipinski is a supermodel with secrets and a hair problem. Years ago when she was Sherry Billington, she survived a vicious attack on prom night. It was the night her hair problem began. That ugly, geeky girl was replaced with a breathtaking beautiful woman. Sherry left town and family behind and changed her name to Lou Kipinski. Now she wants answers. Why did she grow fangs and claws along with an excessive amount of hair that night? Why does she continue to do so? Why didnít her mother and father tell her that she was a werewolf?
When Lou is questioned concerning a series of murders she is prompted by her conscience to seek the answers she has wanted for years. She has killed once already. Prom night is forever etched into her memory. How does she know she wonít kill again? Lou hires an oddly appealing private investigator to help her find those answers.
Lou starts seeing victims in her dreams. She calls on Detective Terry Shay to follow up on what she can tell him about the murders. The fact that Lou knows so much makes Shay more suspicious than before. But he is also worried about her. All the victims bear a striking resemblance to Lou. If she is not the murderer then that means she may very well be the next victim. Shay becomes a permanent fixture in her life and Lou begins to find herself very attracted to him. This creates a tricky situation for the supermodel. She has battled a strong attraction to womanizing photographer Stefan for years. Not only does she have three men to lose sleep over, but there is a killer stalking her. Does every supermodel have to deal with this?
Author Ronda Thomspson spent the first few chapters of this book setting up her new series which was to begin with Confessions of a Werewolf Supermodel. After the arranging this story takes off on a wild adventure in the oddball life of a supermodel who happens to be a werewolf. The cast ensemble will make any reader howl with laughter.
Sadly, Ms. Thompson has passed away since writing this book. Her talents will be sorely missed.