Book Review: Shadow’s Moon by Jami Gray

Shadows Moon CoverTitle: Shadow’s Moon

Author: Jami Gray

Genre: Paranormal Romance / Urban Fantasy

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Even a wild heart can be broken…

A blonde, a brunette and a monster walk into a bar and all hell breaks loose.

It should have been the start of a bad joke, but days from a full moon Xander Cade, Tracker for the Northwest Motoki Pack, finds nothing funny about confronting an enraged Shifter in a crowded Portland nightclub filled with unsuspecting humans. The resulting carnage frays an already thin veil of secrecy shielding the supernatural Kyn community from public scrutiny, and ensures she can’t escape the one man she’s been determined to avoid, her Alpha and mate, Warrick Vidis.  Dominating, protective and compelling, Warrick threatens her individuality like no other.

As the Northwest Alpha wolf, compromise isn’t in Warrick Vidis’s vocabulary, but when his reluctant mate, Xander Cade, refuses to leave off the hunt for a killer, he has no qualms using whoever or whatever necessary to protect her or his pack. A series of unusual deaths involving lone wolves, along with anonymous threats against him and his Pack, begin to jeopardize his normal steely control. Add in Xander’s continual reluctance to fully accept their Soul bond, and the line between intellect and instinct begins to blur, leaving him wondering if one woman’s love and acceptance will be enough to save both man and wolf.

As the danger escalates, threatening not just their Pack but those closest to them, Warrick and Xander must find a way to trust each other and accept their rare bond or risk losing everything-their pack, their friends and each other.

Shadow’s Moon is a blast to read. The writing flows nicely, the characters are three-dimensional and intriguing, and the plot has several surprises along the way. The characters are very vivid, and realistic.

I’m a huge fan of the werewolves here, and of the lore. Xander was my favorite character, but I didn’t mind Warrick either. The interactions between the two of them was spot on.

Enjoyable from start to end, and an author to look out for.

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3 Responses to Book Review: Shadow’s Moon by Jami Gray

  1. Jami Gray says:

    Mira, thank you so much for not only hosting me, but taking the time to read my Shadow’s Moon. I’m so glad you enjoyed it, and I wish you a wonderful weekend!

  2. Pingback: New Book Review: Shadow’s Moon by Jami Gray | Jami Gray's Blog

  3. Jami Gray says:

    Reblogged this on Jami Gray's Blog and commented:
    A new review for Shadow’s Moon, and it made my weekend!

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