Alisa Kwitney also writes paranormals and sci-fi under the name Alisa Sheckley. I think I like her paranormal series a bit better although in some ways the plot of this book is strikingly similar- swap "werewolf" with "spy" and you about have it. This is not to say that this book is at all bad. I enjoyed it although I thought she overdid the "bad ex-husband" bit (though I have heard plenty of stories from real life to know her portrayal is acceptably realistic!) The pace of this book was uneven- some points dragged as she tried to express her theme of nonverbal communication- in many places,Kwitney did a great job of demonstrating what she was trying to express, and made the reader sit back and say, "huh! I would never have seen that but now that she has pointed this out, it makes complete sense!" with regard to everyday communication between people. However, at other points she over explains, as if she feels the reader won't be able to follow a more subtle example and need extra help.
In all- a good, entertaining read that misses by just a few degrees of being a great read.