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Forsaken by Night (Moonbound Clan Vampires Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Overall reaction to the story? It’s been a few years since I read the first book in the Moonbound Clan series and I never got around to reading the second so I felt that I missed some key points from that second book that were mentioned in Forsaken by Night. It wasn’t anything major that kept me from understanding what was happening with Lobo and Tehya but I knew I had missed something.
I enjoyed Lobo and at the same time I felt bad for him. He was an outcast because of his particular gift and that hardened him into a survivor but he also had a caring, nurturing side when it came to the wolves he considered his friends. His relationship with Wolf Tehya was equal parts tenderness and playfulness, he had a quick sense of humor, and a selfless nature which was surprising given the way he’d been treated in the past.
Tehya’s personality could be divided into two parts: Wolf and Vampire. As a wolf she tended to focus on the simple things like running, playing, and spending time with Lobo. As a vampire she had more complex needs and emotions. I liked the way she saw things and how she could be such a powerful being but still be so insecure about herself. She and Lobo made the perfect pair.
Forsaken by Night reminds readers why Larissa Ione is one of the best paranormal romance authors out there all while taking the time to introduce potential new fans to a strong series. Even though it was a novella I felt that Ione took the time to build a solid story with two likable characters within an already established world that could serve as a standalone.
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* A copy of this book was and provided by the publisher via NetGalley for the purpose of an honest review. All conclusions are my own responsibility and I was not compensated for this review.
Although Lobo is no longer a part of the MoonBound clan because they felt he could not be trusted, the vampire still feels compelled to watch over the remote area where they live in the Pacific Northwest. One night when shots are heard nearby, he goes to investigate and takes the wolf that he rescued years ago with him. When Tehya is seriously wounded by a poacher, Lobo is distraught at the thought of losing his only companion and makes the rash decision to take his beloved pet to the MoonBound clan compound for help. There is only one way to aid Tehya quickly, but his plan could have very high costs.
FORSAKEN BY NIGHT has lots of clever originality in every riveting scene. There is so much happening in the story despite its shorter length, and I was totally caught up in wanting to discover how things would turn out for Lobo and Tehya. I simply adore the supernatural beings Larissa Ione has brought to life in this series, as each one has their own distinctive personality plus ability, and her latest romantic couple is not only spirited but also enchanting. Lobo has faced much hardship since he was born, and I really felt for this vampire who needs to be loved. What occurred to Tehya in the past is very remarkable, and her life has certainly not been typical for someone who was once human and then found her life forever changed.
Many of the conversations throughout the story are packed with dry wit and some great comebacks, and I just had to laugh when I envisioned these skillfully depicted scenes. Larissa Ione always creates charming characters who are so easy to love. A few surprising twists led to revelations that I was not expecting. There are also some interesting events taking place within the vampire clans, and I am hoping for more books in the series which will explore these situations. The story was previously released in the BLOOD RED KISS anthology and is now available on its own.
I voluntarily reviewed the book from the publisher via NetGalley, and all comments are my honest opinion