Warrior’s Moon (A Children of the Moon Novel 5), Lucy Monroe (Review)
Warrior’s Moon, Lucy Monroe
Shona is human and her mate a wolf, who turned away from her because she did not have a wolf. Now she is a widow running from her stepson back to her highland relatives. Before she can make it back to her family she is faced with Caelis, her mate who let her go for being human at their Lairds demand. Now things have changed, he expects to claim her and his children as if he never threw their bond away.
Bookswagger Marcia: Four Crowns, good read, on the way to swagger.I am a huge fan of this series but book one remains king, although this one was pretty good. Shona is now a widow, her wicked Baron dead and who should she run into on Sinclair land but her mate Caelis. Right! I loved it, we all love it, that is why we read romance. Caelis is arrogant and just expects her to still admit her love for him. After all she is a peace-loving feisty lass just like he remembers. Not. She is a mother who has had her heart-broken and she acts like it. Shona does bend but she gives him what for as well. Her children provided some laughs, I admit I enjoyed them because sometimes I groan when I see kids in books, but this one was done well.
Straight to the Swagger: Warrior’s Moon can be read as standalone, book one still my fav, the saga continues for the Chrechte (the shifters) but not between Shona and Caelis, they get their HEA, Caelis bounces back from his dark deeds in the previous books.