Friday, August 28, 2015

Turn of the Moon

Review copy provided via NetGallery in exchange for an honest review.

Summary:  Turn of the Moon

One girl. Two wolves. Promised to one. Destined for the other.
To escape the cruel, overbearing, Kade, the Yukon Pack alpha she’s been promised to, Bailey Whitehill flees her home in search of a new life, one of freedom where she can make her own choices. However, Kade will stop at nothing to make her his and begins the hunt.
As Bailey starts her new life, everything she’s known to be true, is not. Time is of the essence, and choices have to be made or consequences suffered. Not only does Bailey fear Kade, but another danger lurks deep in the recesses of the forest. Unbeknownst to her, that danger is what she’s been searching for all along. At the turn of the moon, her fate hangs in the balance. . . and it’s up to her to make the right choice.
I have to start off by saying WOW, what an interesting take on shifters. The story plot line was complex.  You fall in love with Bailey and only want  Ryker to win.  From the second, Kade is introduced you know he is the bad guy and wanted nothing, but bad things to happen to him. This story keeps you on the edge of your seat needing to know the outcome at every twist and turn in the plot.  To me even with the short epilogue at the end it doesn’t feel complete, that something is missing…  I know it’s part of a series, so I hope that feeling goes away as you read the other books in this series.
Now to why I’ve only given it a four star; the flow was off in parts, and I had to reread sentences over trying to make sense out of them, on second glance, I feel a word was left out, but for some odd reason it didn’t annoy me as much as it does most times, cause it only happened twice and I was enjoying the story, so much I didn’t write down the pages and paragraphs like I normally do.  The development of the characters was spot on, and they feel so real; the plot line is a complex one and well developed.  If I hadn’t run across those two spots where I had to reread to make sense of the paragraph this would have been a five-star  book.
Would I recommend this book to my friends? YES
Would I read other books from this Author? YES
Is this a Novella or Novel? Short Novel
Is this book priced correctly? Yes, the listed price seems fair for this book, and I’d pay it with not problems.

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