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Moonlight Guardian (Ashton Grove Werewolves Book 3) [Kindle Edition]

Jessica Coulter Smith
2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)

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Book Description

Michael Andrews is the last of his brothers to find his mate. He's played it tough, trying to convince his family that a mate is the last thing he wants, that he enjoys having a different woman every week. In reality, he's afraid. He wants to find his mate and thinks he may already have, but what if he won't be a good husband? Maybe he just isn't made to love someone.

Chloe Stevens is on her last leg. She found a guy she thought was great, only to end up pregnant and have the guy vanish into thin air. Then she lost her job and consequently, her car. Now she's facing eviction. Five months pregnant, no job, no car, and now no home have forced Chloe to do the one thing she swore she wouldn't... contact the father of her baby. She may have just been a fling to Michael, but their few days together had meant more to her.

When a pregnant Chloe shows up looking for Michael, he's stunned to find out that he's going to be a father. It appears that fate is determined to put the woman in his path. But is Michael willing to fight for Chloe when another werewolf decides to claim her?

* revised Oct 2012

Editorial Reviews


I have started to grow a fondness for Jessica Coulter Smith with Moonlight Guardian. She really took a step away from the magic filled werewolf story to the more romantic and real romance of the characters.
--Dark Diva Reviews (Monica)

The author has penned a passionate, intelligent love triangle. You will be rooting for Chloe whether she chooses Michael or Ramsey. Moonlight Guardian will hold your attention from the first page till the last.
--Night Owl Romance Reviews

I found Moonlight Guardian to be a most enjoyable story that was difficult to put down. --The Romance Studio

Chloe is a strong-willed woman, and Michael is so misguided at times you just want to hit him upside the head. Their story is an entertaining one and includes many characters from other books... --Coffee Time Romance

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  • File Size: 267 KB
  • Print Length: 298 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1448622786
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  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B002UD5P14
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Good writing but the ending doesn't make sense February 23, 2010
By Laquan
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
The book had a good beginning. Michael running away from Chloe, the only woman he wanted to have a long term relationship with. However, even when he had the revelation of realizing she was his mate and wants to do the right thing by her, he still messed up. Badly. Michael got jealous whenever anyone looks at Chloe but then flaunted different women in her face. Introducing her to his dates while he was trying to win her over? Making dates with other women throughout the whole book till the end? Really? In what universe does that work? Apparently in this author's. If Michael was such a womanizer, he won't be such a mess up. He seemed to be ruining his own chances. Ramsey was a nice guy and treated Chloe really well but Chloe was a moron too. The author wrote about how independent she was and how great Ramsey and Chloe got along. Then Chloe flew off the handle and didn't even wait for an explanation before going to Gabriel to let him pick who was right for her. That seemed to go against what the author has been saying about Chloe. That she was an independent woman. An independent woman would not let anyone else choose who is to be with.

I enjoyed how the writing but it seemed to me that the author had one direction in the beginning, then went to another direction. Then at the end, remembered what the original direction was and tried to steer it back to the original direction. All in all, very disappointing ending and seemed very forced.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
By Telara
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Okay, I read the reviews, bad and good and decided to try it out and decide for myself. Having read a majority of the book (over 70 percent), I had to write a review of my own. Allow me to say this as a preview of my feelings for this book...Thank goodness I bought this book on Kindle and will only have to delete it off my machine.

The heroine is childish. Not only that, I didn't see anywhere were she was so-called "independent". She lets EVERYONE take care of her. Pregnant women the world over will want to just slap this character in unified protest of how she depicts a single pregnant woman. The "hero" of the book is Michael, and a more infantile, arrested-development male you have yet to meet. He doesn't know how to keep his pants zipped. Come on, women, would you really want a guy who had slept with EVERY woman in town because his life philosophy is to never sleep with the same woman again once he is done with her?

In addition, I HATE romance books where the heroine sleeps with a guy other than the hero of the book. But that was not the major flaw in this book, oh no. The major flaw was that the "other guy", Ramsey, was the BETTER MAN. He was mature, had a nice home, a good job, and didn't sleep around. He was caring, actually had conversations with the heroine (which Michael never did), and learned about her while she learned about him. He was tender, protective, nurturing, and sexy -- a real nice guy, good sex, and he was willing to take the heroine, pregnant and all and found her beautiful, inside and out. (What he actually saw in her, I will never know.)To add insult to injury, I checked and found Ramsey hasn't even gotten his own book yet. Geez!

As for the werewolf angle - well folks, I agree with other reviewers, it was just thrown in there.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Heroine is terrible!! April 10, 2010
By Ricia
Format:Kindle Edition
I read the first two Ashton Grove Werewolf stories and enjoyed both of them. This book, I absolutely hated. Many of the reviewers have talked about Michael being a jerk to Chloe. Of course he was a jerk!!! Who would want the dumbest, most fickle, dependent woman in the world to have their child. Chloe's character was awful, to say the least. She came across as very emotionally and mentally immature. So what if Michael freaked about being a father (most men do when the pregnency is unexpected); so within hours of meeting another man (Ramsey), Chloe jumps into bed with him. It was actually laughable because the author tried to make the point that Chloe was actually choosy in her bed partners. OBVIOUSLY NOT! I'm not even sure she knew Ramsey's name before starting a relationship with him. Additionally, the whole bi-polar personality of Chloe was annoying. One minute she loves Ramsey, the next she loves Michael. Neither of which she gave any benefit of the doubt to nor cut either of them any slack. I've already deleted the book off my Kindle and, quite frankly, don't know if I am brave enough to purchase any of Jessica Coulter Smith's books in the future.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Format:Kindle Edition
Well today I'm reviewing Jessica's just released novel, Moonlight Guardian, the third book in her Ashton Grove Werewolves series, which I was lucky enough to receive an review copy from Wild Horse Press a few days ago. I love Jessica's novels and was happy that they sent me a copy to review because I've read the blurb for this novel a while back before it was given an official released date on Jessica's website. Since reading the first book in her wonderfully written Ashton Grove Werewolves series I have been anxiously waiting for the next book in the series to be published as soon as possible because I am officially addicted! Now we all have read about the first two Andrews brothers, Cole and Gabriel, finding their mates and having their happily ever after though they had some trouble along the way. But now it's the youngest brother to find his mate and finally settle down to start a family which is what we all wish for him. Michael Andrews is the last of his brothers to find his mate and he's played it tough, trying to convince his family that a mate is the last thing he wants, that he enjoys having a different woman every week. In reality, he's afraid and he wants to find his mate though he thinks he may already have, but what if he's not a good husband? Maybe he just isn't made to love someone like his abusive father who he felt never really cared about his mother and his brothers.

Chloe Stevens is on her last leg and she found a guy she thought was great, only to end up pregnant and have the guy vanish into thin air after he got what he wanted from her. Then she lost her job and consequently, her car which just gets worse because now she's facing an eviction from her apartment.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Love these Werewolves!
I was given this book as a gift for an honest review!

Another book to feed my addiction to those Werewolves. Read more
Published 6 months ago by girardmom
5.0 out of 5 stars To be or not to be
Chloe is in a lot of trouble. She is pregnant, just got fired and is headed to tell her baby's daddy that she is pregnant. The problem is that Micheal is the baby's daddy. Read more
Published 9 months ago by Amber Shaffer
3.0 out of 5 stars Not as brilliant as others but still worth reading
I have absolutely loved reading the previous Ashton Grove Werewolf series but this book although was good wasn't as brilliant as the previous books, Michael (the brother of Cole... Read more
Published 9 months ago by Tracey Saltmarsh
3.0 out of 5 stars Good book, just needed more UMMPHH!!
I liked this one, but found it to be a little flighty sometimes. I wished Chloe could have had a stronger personality and got into Michael's face to make him come to terms with... Read more
Published 10 months ago by Carrie Bostick
4.0 out of 5 stars Entertaining Read
Michael is not the typical hunk...he is more of the macho, bed-every-woman-you-can, love-them-and-leave-them type male. Read more
Published 10 months ago by mouse
5.0 out of 5 stars Loved it saw this one in the series first and was glued and happy to...
it was the first in this series and first bood I read in YEARS!!!! My wife and I love this series. I didnt think id like it but it had fighting and details to keep me interested. Read more
Published 23 months ago by A rare book reader
2.0 out of 5 stars Meh...
I wish I had read the reviews before buying this one. I really enjoyed the first two books in the series but this one was bad.

Don't waste your money.
Published on January 2, 2012 by CB
1.0 out of 5 stars I Wish I had not wasted a gallon of gas money
Sorry but this story is boring. There are many gramatical errors throghout the book. I should have spent the money on gas and went to walmart , it would have been more... Read more
Published on July 29, 2011 by Michelle R. Barlow
1.0 out of 5 stars I wish I could get my time back...
I won't bother to regurgetate the story, it will only waste more time I can never replace! There are no major grammatical or chronological or even editing errors that can be... Read more
Published on May 29, 2011 by Melly_Mel
2.0 out of 5 stars Repetitive use of terms, doubtful of love leading to HEA
Problems with this book:

1) I got tired of reading that the heroine was going to get her purse. She did this either one or twice each chapter. Read more
Published on April 10, 2011 by R Morse
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More About the Author

Jessica lives in a world where warlocks, shapeshifters and fairies exist, and everyone deserves a happy ending -- from tragic vampires finally finding love after centuries of being alone, to super hunky womanizing werewolves finding their destined mate -- it's all in a day's work.

Unable to find a werewolf of her very own, she decided to marry someone who thinks he's one -- minus howling at the full moon, fleas, and a rousing game of chase-the-mailman. Okay, so he sometimes howls at the full moon.

When she isn't writing, Jessica enjoys spending time with her family, reading (mostly romance), or going to the beach. She's especially fond of bookstores and Starbucks!

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