Publisher: Rising Sign Books
Publish Date: September 9, 2012
Origins: From Author for Review
Order From: Amazon / Barnes & Noble
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.
Review: ‘Moonlight’ is a companion novella to the author’s Immortalis series. I’d never read any of the Immortalis series, but ‘Moonlight’ was a great story and stood well alone. Fallon is a human with a werewolf lover (who is the Alpha of the pack) and it has come down to the point when they need to make a life-altering decision. Either Fallon becomes a werewolf, she and Aiden break up, or Aiden leave the pack. Even though this is a tough enough decision on its own, it is compounded by outside factors. Aiden and Fallon are charming characters who have amazing chemistry together. I liked how Fallon didn’t back down from a challenge even though she’s human. ‘Moonlight’ is well-written and intense with steamy sex, dynamic fights, and aching suspense. I’ll have to check out the rest of this series!
Immortalis Series: Immortalis Carpe Noctem (1), Hunters & Prey (2), Pandora's Box (3), Soulstone (4), Moonlight (4.5)