Saturday, October 12, 2013

Reviewing three more Moon Pack stories.

Hunting Henry (Moon Pack #8) by Amber Kell 4*
BLURB: Henry works as the pack cook, happily hiding from a painful past and suppressing his wolf side. Dakota is a wolf given a formula to become a human. What happens when a man who doesn't want to be a wolf bonds with a wolf who doesn't want to be a man.
Inflaming Inno (Moon Pack #9) by Amber Kell 4*
BLURB: Betrayed by his sister, Inno Weston becomes the captive of mad scientist, Lorus Korl . After he escapes with the secret formula to making werekin mutants, he races through the streets and straight into the arms of the vampire Mikel Cruento.
Mikel doesn't quite know what to do with the injured werekin he finds in a dark alley. Instinct has him taking the poor thing home. Honor insists he take Inno to the Moon Pack with the formula. Lust makes him want to slake his thirst for the gorgeous shifter.
Danger lurks around the Moon Pack and even closer to Mikel's home. He soon learns that sometimes a vampire has to listen to his heart instead of his mind. Inno belongs with him

Judging Jager (Moon Pack #10) by Amber Kell 4*
BLURB: Jager yearns to belong somewhere. Unfortunately fate takes a nasty turn and he's abandoned by his pack. Lost and alone, Jager looks for a place to call home and runs into an angry tiger instead.
Jager's heartbroken when his pack kicks him out. Despondent, he goes to visit his friends in the Moon Pack, hoping for some sympathy and maybe companionship for the night.
Ryder wants to find out what happened to his brother, Dare, but the pound puppies his cat shifter brother has fallen in with guard him with the ferocity of a bear protecting its cub. Determined to wait them out until he discovers the truth, Ryder doesn't expect to be enchanted by a sexy wolf in man's clothes.
A whirlwind seduction turns into a quest for answers and despite Ryder's protests, Jager dives headfirst into Fae intrigue. Ryder worries he'll lose Jager before they can even work out their issues.

My Review on all three: All three books were easy to read, enjoyable romances and most of all they were a wonderful addition to the ongoing saga of The Moon Pack members and their adventures against their enemies. I loved each book for different reasons, the first one because of the character Dakota - so adorable! The second one had me riveted because of all the old characters we re-meet and the sheer audacity of the villain. The last one was so good with the way Jager and Ryder interacted and so much more that I won't say so as not to use spoilers. Overall I was very happy to read the three of them and re-acquaint myself with all the wonderful people of The Moon Pack.

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