5-STAR PRAISE FOR SHADOW OF THE MOON "... a rising star with the sure touch of a born storyteller . . ." --Romantic Times "Fabulous . . . action packed supernatural romance that fans of the genre will enjoy to the max." --Under the Covers"This is real suspense. While I knew that a happy ending was imminent, I certainly wanted it to get here . . . soon." --The Romantic Reader
read tons of romance books and lately find myself becoming bored and
skimming pages even with books I like. This was the first book in a long
time that I read straight through to the very last sentence." --Anonymous"This is a solid recipe for an unforgettable read that will keep you up at night. The suspense is exciting and unpredictable. " --K. Walker
transported me into her world of shapeshifting werewolves, with a sexy
hero and a strong, courageous heroine. Loved the setting and the
atmosphere the author created. Can't wait to read more quality novels
like this." --Vijaya Schartz
From the Author
I've had a love affair with werewolves ever since I saw Lon Chaney play the Wolfman way back in the last century. I was, oh, about minus 10 years old at the time, but that's another subject, which I was old enough to understand it. This poor man, through no fault of his own, was the victim of a terrible curse that once a month turned him into someone he didn't recognize. He hated what he was and could do nothing about it. On my side, he scared me senseless but also made me sympathetic and I used to hope beyond hope that someone would save him.
So, when publishers started actively seeking the darker paranormal, Lon and his breed, shapeshifters, came to mind, and Morgan Wilder came to life. All he needed was someone to save him. That person was Dana Gibbs, a wolf biologist who herself was practically raised by wolves. She alone understands him. Though she hasn't a clue about the dark world he inhabits, she finds the courage to enter it and help him escape forever.
I hope you enjoy their story and if in reading it you wonder if you'd heard that wolves have
been introduced into the Arizona mountains, you would be right. This book was written just as that program was being launched.