Once Upon a Snowy Moon by Cheyenne Meadows
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
This book was a blend of action, fated mates, and werewolf politics. Poor Tara really had a tough time in this book.
Tara’s been through the wringer, with the final straw being ditched on her blind date. On her way home in the snow, she happens to hit a “dog” which is actually, Max, the werewolf in his animal form. She, being the responsible kindhearted person that she is, takes him home, cleans him up, and feeds him. Max, now stuck in this situation but still hiding from some evil werewolves, easily develops feelings for his rescuer.
These two end up finally addressing the elephant (or werewolf) in the room, which opens a whole new can of worms. Can Tara give up her dream business and family home? Can Max overcome his hesitation in finding a mate? This may be the start of a whole new world of characters, but I’m not sure where they go next. The pack is still in a state of rebuilding, recovering from the evil dictatorship that Max was running from. This story wraps up nicely for Tara and Max, though, so you don’t need to worry about any pesky cliffhangers.
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