She’s his muse, his mate, and she’s completely off-limits.
He’s a jerk, a recluse, and her newest assignment.
Until he broke her heart, Vivianna Lopez loved Logan Reynolds.
Five years later, she’s an aspiring music journalist and he’s the camera-shy lead singer of Logan and the Howlers.
Armed with a backstage pass, Vivi’s back in her hometown of Reno, nestled in the shadows of the Sierra Nevada mountains. She must score an interview with Logan to land her dream job - otherwise it’s back to Boston, with no scoop and no job. It’s just business–at least that’s what she keeps telling herself.
Logan still loves Vivi, his soul mate, but there’s something even she doesn’t know about him: He turns into a werewolf every full moon and a secret organization is hunting down his Pack.
Vivi may not have Logan’s senses, but she can sniff out that he’s hiding something. He knows it’s only a matter of time before the truth about him - and his Pack - is revealed.
And then he really will lose her.
Each book in the Moon series is a standalone, full-length story that can be enjoyed out of order.
Book #1 Moonlight
Book #2 Hunter's Moon
Book #3 Blood Moon
Book #4 Harvest Moon
Book #5 Ice Moon
Book #6 Blue Moon
Book #7 Wolf Moon
Book #8 New Moon
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Another great book in the Moon Series! A beautiful story of a life long romance that just got even stronger over the years, even though Vivianna and Logan made mistakes that eventually broke them apart. They must both swallow their pride before they can become the mates they are meant to be.
Second chance paranormal romance
Logan is the pack's reclusive rock star, pouring his emotions into his music and holding everyone at arm's length. Vivi/Anna/Viviana was his childhood best friend and high school sweetheart until he abruptly left her without explanation and broke her heart.
Vivi is back in town as a newly-graduated reporter to get Logan's first interview when a new and more dangerous story presents itself. Of course, as a reporter she chases the potential story and is thrust headfirst into a world that she never knew existed.
At the end of the day, the book is about making the hard choice between safety and love. Opening your heart to another opens the potential to pain, but a supposedly safe life without love is like a painting without color. Can Logan set aside his protective feelings and let Vivi into his dangerous world? More importantly, will Vivi/Anna open herself to potential heartbreak and a scary new world?
This book was very well-written and included other members of the pack that I've come to know and love from the other books in the series, plus ones we didn't really get to know before (Madison!). I already love the series, but I think that this is the best book yet. I loved how real the main characters were- in their heartache, feelings of chemistry, and uncertainty in themselves.
I was honored and lucky enough to get an ARC in exchange for an honest review but plan to buy the book once it comes out.