Dragon's Moon

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Dragon's Moon

A Children of the Moon Novel, #4

I'm not a do-or-die paranormal fan, but Dragon's Moon is not only an interesting read, but an adorable romance too. I've always been a fan of Lucy Monroe. She writes with detail and creativity to catch your interest and keep it from beginning to end, just as she's done with Dragon's Moon. Eirik and Ciara's instant attraction keeps you reading just to see how the relationship will progress.This story is less about the sex (but yes, it is there) and more about the love between the characters. You'll discover a well thought out plot with an awesome hero and heroine, along with plenty of great supporting characters that add some drama to the story. It's a sexy, romantic romp through the paranormal world in the highlands of Scotland. You'll be taken on a sensual, historical journey you're not likely to forget anytime soon.

Ciara must find the wolves' sacred stone and it's calling to her through her dreams. It's a dire race to save her people from death and destruction and it looks like she'll need help from her sworn enemy, dragon shifter, Eirik. When Eirik meets Ciara, he realizes they not only have a shaky past, but a bond that will be hard to fight. Their instant attraction will distract them as they're led down a dangerous, mysterious path to love, passion, and discovery.


Book Blurb for Dragon's Moon

He’s a dragon intent on saving his people from destruction by the Fearghall and she is a wolf who blames the dragon for the deaths of her brother and mother. They’re true mates, but will that be enough to overcome ancient prophecies, debilitating visions and a dragon’s fire?

When Erik, the only living dragon shifter, and prince of the Ean, killed her brother, Ciara was left alone to face her prophetic dreams. Now, in order to find the wolves’ sacred stone and save all the Chrechte from destruction, she needs her enemy’s help.

Erik was only protecting the children of his people, but that day in the forest left a mark on him as well. Controlling his dragon’s fire is the most difficult thing he’s ever done—until he and Ciara are forced to face not only their shared tumultuous past, but a hallowed bond stronger than they realize. As avowed enemies and predestined mates, their quest ushers them into a world of great danger, and a passion hotter than the dragon’s fire


Night Owl Reviews Aug, 2012 4.00