Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Review: Dark Moon
Dark Moon by Leisl Leighton
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Holy moly – this book had some serious off the charts chemistry! Yes, there was romance and smut but what had me completely addicted was the sizzle that seemed to climb right off the pages! If you’re looking for a were/witch paranormal romance with some real heat, look no further.
Skye is a witty and sarcastic “speak her mind” type of woman who has spent her entire life believing a lie. Scared of her innate magical ability and caught under the tyrannically rule of her grandmother, she has been hiding from a lot of things along the way. After literally running into a mystery man on the slopes, she finds herself inexplicably drawn to a man for the first time in her life. Jason has been looking for their pack witch for a while now and is determined to get Skye back no matter what. Lucky for him, the attraction is mutual and sizzling from the start. No matter how hard she fights, she can’t truly run far.
There are layers upon layers on intrigue and betrayal that kept the plot twists and turns coming. I can’t say enough about the chemistry between Jason and Skye. Usually a book can kind of sell me on the chemistry between fated mates, but this book took it to a whole new level. I’m happy that the book also gave me some good resolution at the end without any cliffhangers to keep me up at night. I am, however, hoping for more books set in this world because I want to see how things progress, who hooks up with who, and how the pack settles. More please?
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