Book Review

BLACK MOON
by J.D. Tyler

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance
Sensuality: HOT

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Tyler brings more intense romance and danger to this third entry in the Alpha Pack series. Werewolves and Marines are a heady combination, making the men of the Alpha Pack exciting and passionate. The women in this series are strong enough to stand up to the men without losing their feminine edge, and Mackenzie definitely lives up to the standard. But while fantastic, Tyler’s world is very complicated — so complicated that it will be difficult for new readers to follow and if you don’t read the books in the series fairly close together, it may even be challenging for longtime fans.

Kalen Black is a sorcerer and panther shifter who can’t seem to keep the lovely doctor Mackenzie Grant out of his thoughts. As they grow closer, Mackenzie inspires intense passion in the notoriously closed-off warrior. Meanwhile, the Alpha Pack is battling a dangerous Fae who is gradually gaining control over Kalen’s mind. As Kalen loses control of his actions, he ends his affair with Mackenzie, worried about what might happen to her. But when Mackenzie discovers she’s carrying Kalen’s child, nothing can keep her from his side and Kalen must unleash the full brunt of his power if they are all to survive. (SIGNET ECLIPSE, Dec., 352 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Terri Dukes

Publisher: SIGNET ECLIPSE

Published: December 2012

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