Welcome to Nocturne Falls, the town where Halloween is celebrated 365 days a year. The tourists think it's all a show: the vampires, the werewolves, the witches, the occasional gargoyle flying through the sky. But the supernaturals populating the town know better.
Living in Nocturne Falls means being yourself. Fangs, fur, and all.
Getting arrested wasn’t on werewolf Ivy Kincaid’s agenda when she arrived in Nocturne Falls, but her life rarely goes according to plan. The upside of spending the night in the local lock-up is finding a hotel room is no longer a worry...but the downside is the man she’s come to marry will get his first impression of her behind bars. Not exactly the way Ivy was hoping to meet her pack's sworn enemy...aka her fiancé.
Sheriff (and werewolf) Hank Merrow is the alpha's heir. Everything he's ever done, from becoming an Army Ranger to serving in law enforcement, has been in preparation for the day he’ll take over. Getting married to cement a shaky truce is no different. Hank will do his duty, even if it means shackling himself to a woman he has no intention of liking, let alone loving.
But Ivy is nothing like Hank expected. As feisty as she is beautiful, she's as determined as he is to make a go of marriage for the sake of peace between their packs. The trouble is, Ivy has secrets that could destroy everything Hank holds dear...including his newfound love for her.
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The Werewolf Meets His Match
I really enjoyed this book very much the author is funny an very inventive an I have 10 other books I'm going to read. The book was totally awesome.
Read it. Excellent. Terrific. Can’t put it down.
The first in the Nocturnal series was good so I bought the second.
This one is better. Character development is on target for what I expect from a “shifter” type book. 50% through the incredible story and looking forward to the next.
Read it (maybe after the first one), Nocturnal Falls would be a great vacation spot.
I enjoyed this book like I have the others in this series. However, I’m not giving it my usual 5 star rating because of the way the author wrote the 7 year old boy. It was so jarring in its inaccuracy that it cast a shadow over the book. The way the child acted and the way others acted around him was more inline with a 4 year old. It’s the first one of her books that I wasn’t able to fully enjoy.