In her latest Moon Shifter novel, Reus brings us another alpha male hero with whom we can fall in love. Combine that with an edgy plot, a strong and conflicted heroine, even stronger, hair-raising suspense and a clear mystery at the story’s center, and you’re left with one good read. Once again, Reus delivers another clever page-turner.
Lupine shifter Jayce Kazan has always been drawn to Kat Saburova. When Kat is brutally attacked by a radical group known as the Antiparanormal League, she must be turned into a lupine shifter to prevent her from dying. Jayce wasn’t the wolf who turned her, saving her life — and it gnaws at him. With the threat to Kat still looming large, Jayce is determined to stay by her side, training and protecting her as well as proving to her that the love they share is enduring. (SIGNET ECLIPSE, Mar., 368 pp., $7.99)