The finale to the Children of the Moon trilogy is the story of Sabine, a raven shifter, and her desire to return a sacred stone she believes belongs to her people. The wolf clan addition to the historical storyline is intriguing, but the dialogue is difficult to follow with the heavy brogue. However, enjoyable characters and story make this a pleasant book to while away an afternoon.

In a desperate attempt to save her people from extinction, Sabine pretends to lose her memory in order to gain access to her mortal enemy. The only thing that can save her people is a sacred stone the Donegal clan has in their possession. So when the Donegal laird believes he’s saved Sabine and she falls in love with him, the dangerous secrets and lies threaten to pull them apart. (BERKLEY SENSATION, Feb., 304 pp., $7.99)
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