Saturday, April 23, 2016

Review: Promised at the Moon

Promised at the Moon Promised at the Moon by Rebekah R. Ganiere
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

This book starts right up and throws you into the tumultuous life of Natasha Moon. While dark at times, this book delivers a unique spin on your typical paranormal romance.

Natasha is forced to flee her home when her ex-boyfriend shows up demanding that she honor a promise she made when she was a young girl. Her parents risk their lives to get her to safety through a company that relocates shifters on the run. It's through this company that she first meets Liam. He's being paid to set up her new life, but he is definitely more interested in her than the typical relocation. Liam was once relocated himself and has remained staunchly unattached to another pack since then. He's done things that make him a bit of a bad boy, but he is definitely all about redemption now.

We watch Natasha make some tough decisions while still trying to be a young girl and we watch Liam try to accept that he just might be worthy of Natasha. These two dance around each other for a little bit, but some pretty extreme events have a way of pushing them where they belong. As the start of a series, it was interesting and unique - totally unexpected from the book blurb.

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