on June 2, 2011
Prepare to go on a wild, lusty, and revenge filled ride from start to finish in Vengeance Moon. Typically love forms out of events or situations; but this is no typical story and the emotions are dealt with after satisfying the more urgent desires. Animal instincts are too difficult to be controlled once the animal is let out of the cage!
Sariah DuShayne, left for dead after she and her werecat lover were attacked and assumed killed by the werewolf known as Xander Waithorn. Unfortunately for Xander, Sariah had not only survived the attack but transformed into a werewolf/werecat hybrid shapeshifter.
The new mission in her "undead" life -- make Xander pay for the lives that he's destroyed through death or worse: turning them werewolf. Vengeance toward the only one who had caused the Sariah so much pain and suffering in her life along with every female subjected to being a victim by Xander's hand. Instead of cold, Sariah plans for her vengeance to be served up painful and bloody!
As a rising MMA fighter -- Stephan Colinsford is all too aware that restraint along with natural instincts are needed to stay alive during a fight in the cage. What Stephan was not prepared for was to fight the attraction felt from the first scent of Sariah's feline side. Born a werecat, Stephan went rogue early in his life by leaving his pride and chosing to ignore his basic animal instincts, instead choosing to live as a "normal" human. When he realized Sariah was not only a werecat, but a little something more riled his caged feline.
Brought together by desire, can Sariah and Stephan's relationship survive through the trials and dangers of taking Xander down?
Savannah Jordan has written an in-depth story which makes the reader feel like they are in the center of all of the action, standing right beside the characters through everything. The only thing more intense then the sex scenes were the acts of revenge.
I hope that there will be a sequel to follow up because after finishing this story I was left imagining how life ended up for all of the characters and what else could happen in the future for them. When you can't stop thinking about a story, it has power. Why not sample it for yourself?
Originally posted at the Long and Short of It Romance Reviews