Vampire Alexei Novik has left the old life behind for a more sedate one. He's is going to live up in the Blue Ridge Mountains. He wants a life of calm and quiet. He plans to keep to himself fixing up the home he's bought. But when his neighbor, Tate, the local veterinarian keeps showing up as his doorstep and also gets along with his werewolf friends Alexei isn't sure what to do. The attraction between Alexei and Tate starts heating up.
When a vampire from Alexei's past shows up and makes demands will Tate and Alexei be able to fight him off or will they all be in danger?
Crying for the Moon is a book I really enjoyed for its humor as well as the love story. The tension between Alexei and Tate made the heat of the story also a good part. This is one I recommend for the shapeshifter and the vampire addicts as well as for anyone seeking a humorous love story.
Vampire Alexei Novik may have the teeth and the coffin, but he’s given up the lifestyle for an old fixer-upper in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Weary of his past, Alex plans to keep to himself, but it seems his sexy, new neighbor, Tate, can’t take the hint—a good thing, since it turns out he’s handy for all kinds of things around the house. Tate even gets along with Alex’s werewolf friends, though one of them pointedly reminds Alex that their friendship is a bad idea.
If a platonic relationship is a bad idea, the growing attraction between Tate and Alex is a disaster waiting to happen. Loving Tate will draw him into Alex’s dangerous world, and Alex is torn between having the relationship he’s always craved and keeping Tate safe. Tate won’t take no for an answer, however, and seems to handle everything Alex can throw at him without blinking. Just when he thinks things might turn out all right after all, Alex’s past catches up with him—forcing him to make a terrible choice.