Moonlight by Victoria Danann
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This might be my new favorite of the series. This book simply flew by and had me hooked, excited for the new twists and turns. Sure, there are big gaps in the “larger story” from the last books, but I was happy for a change of pace.
This book has a few parallel storylines going on. The first story is about Litha and her highly unusual demon pregnancy. She and Storm are stressed in different ways about this one, so it plays a pretty big role. Since Litha is essentially the Black Swan’s go-to for high speed travel, she’s pretty critical in their operations.
Speaking of that, the second story is about Stalkson and his werewolves. It has been known for a little while that the werewolves are having trouble producing females, thus making it hard to continue their race. The Black Swans are “looking into it” and by that, it means that they have put a crazy demon in charge of finding them a different dimension that might be more hospitable. Along the way, Stalkson finds himself attracted to a human woman. Here’s where the slightly creepy kidnapping happens.
Don’t worry, though, because things work out, as they always do. The last story in this book (because, sure, 3 stories is acceptable for one book) is about the retirement of the Black Swan’s leader and selection of a new one. As could probably be predicted, our familiar friend Glen gets identified for this and a series of tests is set up for him to prove he can handle it. We are at the start of this story, so I’m sure we’ll see more of it in books to come. Like I said at the start, something about this book really had me hooked this time around. The pacing was just right and I actually cared about Stalkson. There was also a startling little from Elora, which was nice.
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