Review: Moonlit Rescue by Leigh Erikson

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Monsters don't exist. At least that's what geologist, Kira Simons always believed. That is until she is kidnapped by a silver-skinned man claiming to be not only a werewolf but her mate as well.

Half-werewolf Vale Convel spends his days trapped between man and beast. Always the outsider, he relies on instinct rather than useless emotions. He goes against his pack when he saves the woman he has been ordered to kill.

Faced with overwhelming odds they must learn not only to trust in each other but also in themselves. Can Kira let go of her independence to be Vale's mate? Can Vale overcome his lack of confidence in time to save Kira and be the leader he was destined to be?

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Toot's Review by Stacy Sabala

Kira Simon is a geologist and thinks she hass found a new element. She has brought it home afraid that one of her colleagues would steal it from her. Once home that night and ready for bed she pulls out the stone that is going to change her life.

Unfortunately it changes her life in ways she never thought. Vale Convel approaches her in her apartment. His pack sent him to grab her and bring her back to them. She is now a threat after she found the stone which could reveal their people and their home. He forces her to come with him in order to save her. He wants her as his mate and plans to go against his pack to accomplish it.

She can’t believe what is happening and the danger she is in. She has learned to only count on herself. She fights any feelings she starts having for Vale. She doesn’t trust he would stay with her. Everyone leaves or disappoints.

He doubts put her life in danger when his pack catches up. She has to decide if her trust is true or misplaced. Her life depends on it.

The story line of this novella was interesting. It is what drew me to the story in the first place. However once I started reading it I decided that I couldn’t stand Kira. She was a weak lead female character and completely annoyed me. I tried to give her the benefit of the doubt as I read hoping she would get better. I wanted her to be stronger and less ridiculous. It didn’t happen. I’m glad it was a short story. I would’ve probably skipped most of it. I give it a 2 out of 5.

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