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WARRIOR'S MOON
by Lucy Monroe

Genre: Historical Romance, Paranormal, Medieval, Scotland
Sensuality: HOT

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Longtime fans of Monroe’s Children of the Moon novels will be transported to a familiar world in this fifth installment, but newcomers may find it difficult to suspend disbelief and comprehend the characters’ motivations. While the paranormal elements are handled well, the protagonists’ constant bickering seems at odds with the quick lust that ignites between them. Readers may find the long, drawn-out path to forgiveness and trust overrides the many intriguing aspects of the story.

Six years ago, Caelis, a Chrechte shapeshifting wolf, abandoned his life mate, Shona, not believing she carried his child. Her father coerced Shona into marrying an English baron. Now that he is dead, she heads to Balmoral in order to protect her children from a heartless enemy. Fate brings her to an isolated castle and Caelis. It is their destiny to defeat the corrupt and dangerous Chrechte leader. Shona has to learn to trust and forgive Caelis before they can save their clan and his people. (BERKLEY SENSATION, Jul., 338 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: BERKLEY SENSATION

Published: July 2013

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