After being falsely accused of murder, werewolf Johnny Marshall decides to start over with a new life and new name—and Sam Morgan is born. While Sam is a high-class thief, his targets are always businessmen who abuse the land and its inhabitants.

Upon casing his most recent target, Sam runs into Olivia Woodlock, the lumber baron's daughter. Olivia and her brother Colin are aware of his plans and catch in him the act. But instead of turning him in, they want to hire him for his expertise. An ancient family artifact has been stolen, and unless they can retrieve it, they all may die.

Sam's instincts tell him that Olivia may be his longed-for mate, but he also senses that, like his own shapeshifting abilities, there are secrets buried in the Woodlock bloodline.

Improving on an already great series is no easy task, but powerhouse author York manages it. Crimson Moon is filled with tension, danger, excitement and romance, all the elements a paranormal fan is looking for. (Jan., 352 pp., $6.99)
Reviewed by: 
Jill M. Smith