Friday, March 6, 2015
Review: Desert Moon
Desert Moon by Anna Lowe
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
First of all, I received an advanced copy of Desert Moon for an honest review of the book. I am a big fan of all things Shifter books, and definitely love Anna Lowe's story telling. Her stories just flow and keep you entertained for a long time. I go to sleep wondering where she will take her characters and the packs, and always end the book with a light heart and a smile on my face.
Within the first story to the 'The Wolves of the Twin Moon Ranch,' you will be pulled into the magic of this clan of wolves living in the Arizona desert, and their desperate need to protect their land and loved ones. Lana Dixon comes to assist her Grandma ('Nan') to settle back into the family homeland and pack. Lana being so independent and headstrong, a true alpha's daughter; but for the love of her Nan, will come back to the one place that caused her heart to break and had changed her life.
Ty Hawthorne, the next alpha to Twin Moon Pack, sees Lana and wants her, no, more desires her. What's not to like or want?! But he is deeply troubled with his own heart ache from years past and is not willing to open to a new person, let alone a female he and his wolf are drawn too.
Can Ty and Lana resolve their past heart aches? Can Lana stay strong and stand up to an equally headstrong Alpha's son? Will they work together to right the wrongs from the previous generation, and take care of the safety of the pack and it's territory at the same time?!
I can't wait for the next installment of the story of the Twin Moon Pack!
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