Friday, November 18, 2016

Review for Moonlight by Katie Salidas - 5 out of 5!



SYNOPSIS -

Good girls don’t wear fur, or fight over men, and they certainly don’t run around naked, howling at the moon.

But then, no-one ever called Fallon a good girl.

As a human unofficially mated to an Alpha werewolf, Fallon is being pressured to “become”...or be gone.

Her mate Aiden, the interim leader of the Olde Town Pack, is in a position that demands he either choose a wolf mate...or leave the pack forever. No matter how hot the sex with Fallon is, he can’t ignore centuries of tradition.

Become a wolf or not. If only the choice were that simple. Fallon’s options are further clouded by the overt presence of other females desperate to be the Alpha’s mate. And when these bitches get serious, it’s not just claws that come out. If Fallon wants to keep her man and take the title she’ll have to exert a little dominance of her own.


MY REVIEW -

I loved this! In Moonlight, we get Fallon's POV, and her struggles with her boyfriend Aiden's wolf pack. Fallon is unsure if she wants to become a werewolf, so she has been holding off on making the decision, but her time is up because Aiden's pack is pressing the issue, and doesn't want a human as their Alpha's mate. Aiden was really wonderful in this book, and there are some really great sexy times between Fallon and him. Fallon was a tough chick, and I loved her sass. I would have liked a bit more seriousness from her at times, but I still really liked her. I love all the wolf pack politics, well really, I loved all of the wolf stuff. I enjoyed reading about Fallon coming into her own, and finding her way with the pack. Fallon has to deal with some of the pack treating her poorly and finding out what is right for her, and I just loved how Aiden was there for Fallon. You don't necessarily need to read the other books in this series to enjoy this one, but Fallon and Aiden are in the previous books, and those books show a bit of Fallon and Aiden growing close, so that's nice to read. This was short, sweet, and awesome! Great addition to this series!

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