Review: Moonlight by Lisa Kessler

Published 08/07/2013 by supernaturalreadingaddict

Title:                   Moonlight 
Author:              Lisa Kessler
Pages:                 300
category:           shifters, urban fantasy

The story:

Rancher Adam Sloan is more than meets the eye. As the heir to his Pack, the sexy werewolf’s biggest challenge is keeping his kin’s true nature under wraps. But a group of jaguar shifters threatens to reveal the pack, blasting into town killing humans in plain sight. And when he smells one at the local diner, his standing orders are to take her out.

Lana Turpin doesn’t realize she’s a moving target. Raised in the foster system, she only knows that she blacks out during the new moon and wakes up without remembering a thing. But now she’s being tracked by some strange organization that wants her back—even though she’s never stepped foot inside their compound. And the stranger across the diner is watching her like an enemy.

It should be a simple mission for Adam, but when he touches the frustratingly beautiful Lana, his inner wolf howls…mate. Now, the two must find and stop the people who hunt her…and Adam must keep his own family from killing the only woman he will ever love.

( Taken from Goodreads )

The view of a book addict:

Another great book by Lisa Kessler, I love the way she writes and introduces us to her characters. They really come alive when you start reading her books.  This book is no different although I had to get used to shifters as main characters and not vampires haha.

The story just picks you up from the first page and puts you down after you’ve read the epilogue. But it leaves you craving for more of the story, I really wanted to know what would happen next for all the characters and their pack.

The storyline was unique for me, I haven’t read a book like this before so that made me want to read it even more. I loved the characters in this book, even the bad ones. Because the way Lisa writes her books you even get the chance to learn more about the bad guys  So you really get to know their motives and that makes them  human and not just an evil character.

The verdict of a book addict:

This was another great read by Lisa Kessler! I can’t wait to read more about the shifters.

Total of Ratties:

ratting system 5 rats


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