Welcome to Dark Moon Falls … where everything is not as it seems. It has secrets, shifters, romance, villains and so much more.
Ghost has been living the life of a nomad. A Lone Wolf. Riding his Harley, picking up odd jobs, and stopping only long enough to lay his head somewhere for the night. But life on the road is no longer as appealing as it used to be and he’s ready to settle down, find a mate, and begin the next chapter of his life.
Dark Moon Falls seems like a great place to do just that.
Mackenzie was born and raised in Dark Moon Falls, but ever since her ex-husband landed in jail based off of her testimony, she’s become a pariah to the shifters in town. Which is fine with Mac, because after being left to raise her son alone, she doesn’t have much faith in them either.
Ghost and Mac are two lonely souls, until fate finally intervenes and puts them in each other’s paths... But will they accept the gift of each other, or are they both two stubborn to see what’s right in front of them?
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I had a great time reading this book. With the characters having undeniable chemistry helped with the flow of the storyline. Well written storyline. I love well written PNR books and this one hits the spot.
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Sweet, steamy and charming read
Ghost by D.J. Bryce was a quick, steamy and charming read. Ghost has always been a loner and he was okay with that. But lately he wants more. He wants roots and thinks Dark Moon Falls is just the place to do that in. Mackenzie has always lived in Dark Moons Falls. She thought she had her happily ever-after, but it was far from it. Now it is just her and her son and that is okay. But Kellan, her son, needs someone to help him understand what being a wolf shifter is, but as a human, she is not able. Enter Ghost.
Giving a shifter a chance was not at the top of her list, but even Mackenzie cannot deny their chemistry or connection. Ghost knows as soon as he sees Mackenzie she is his mate; he just needs to convince her he is all in. Can he do so before it is too late?
Turn toward home
I really enjoyed this book. It fit perfectly with the rest of the collection, leaving me ecstatic over the HEA and wanting more from Dark Moon Falls. The author did a wonderful job with the characters. They were detailed and easy to connect with and I could relate to the emotions they felt and how they reacted to the dangerous situation in the story. I loved this book and am looking forward to the next one from the author.