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Moon Struck: Book 1: (New! Now Also Includes Elemental Rage: A Time to Kill) (When, Were, & Howl Series) Kindle Edition
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"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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So okay, a were-mouse that hides in a closet during each full moon for fear she will become a werewolf snack. She considers herself a kind of black sheep in her family of wolves. She works as an assistant at a real estate office, where her boss Rob, is a werewolf. She is madly in love with him and he, well he has a different full moon date each month, while looking for a mate. To Jen’s disgust, he sometimes spends the full moon nights at the office. When Rob realizes that Jen must be interested in him after one such occasion, he asks her out for the next full moon date-of course not knowing she is a mouse. Jen’s best friend Ali, is a raccoon shifter and couldn’t be more happy with herself. True to her inner animal nature, she is constantly getting into trouble and taking Jen along for the ride. When Ali steals an magical amulet that can make a person change into a wolf, it could be just the thing Jen needs for a full moon date with Rob. Let’s just say, things get really interesting at this point.
This ended up being a really cute and even humorous read. I enjoyed Jen and Rob’s relationship, and the character of Ali was just a really fun part of the read. The world these characters live in is a world where the supernatural element is not hidden. A vampire is introduced at one point and as much as I love vampire characters, this vampire is described as really pasty faced and looking as dead as he really is-nothing glamorous here. I think the second book of the series may feature him, although it also features Rob and Jen.
As soon as I finished this, I immediately bought and downloaded the When,Were and Howl collection bundle because it was just such a fun read and I wanted to continue with the story. I read so many books that are full of killings, and vicious villains and creatures, sometimes it’s just fun to relax and read a feel good story. This totally fit the bill for me.
FYI I am not sure if the series is finished yet.(RabidReads.com)
The unique perspective on shifters and the dynamics that it brings forward make this not only interesting, but thought provoking to read. I can't count how many times I laughed out loud reading about the shenanigans the main character got into and her internal dialogue.
When I read that this was going to be "hilarious" I was skeptical and took it as a challenge to see for myself. I was absolutely not disappointed and never have I been more thrilled to be proven wrong. I have already recommended it to my best friend, and I am sure I will suggest many more people should read it as well.
I cannot wait to dive into the next books in the series as soon as they become available to me. This author is one to look out for.
I hive this book a 5 out of 5 stars, but I wish I could give more.