- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 16 hours and 14 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Twin Moon Press
- Audible.com Release Date: March 13, 2017
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XHB4D1S
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Once Upon a Desert Moon: Three Book Collection, Volume 1 Audiobook – Unabridged
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I actually started this series backwards a bit. I started with the Blue Moon Saloon series which I love.
I have to admit it took a little bit to get into this story because I didn’t like Ty at first and had a little trouble connecting with Lana. I respected how she was willing to travel to help her grandmother move across the country. I got tired of hearing her thoughts about how horrible alphas were for relationships. As the story progressed, my mind changed and I loved Lana’s spunk and strength. She was definitely not a wilting flower, but a fighter. Ty’s behavior became more understandable as the story went along so I liked him a bit more. Still, I never totally connected with his character.
I loved Nan and Jean! Those two old gals were a hoot! Their “morning after” conversation was hilarious.
In some ways, the story is a typical love story. You have the matchmaking relatives, the unapproving authority figure, and the typical shifter bad guys. What makes the story not so typical is that Ms. Lowe’s ability to weave those components together in a totally enjoyable way. My only complaint would be that the story was too short so some aspects felt a little incomplete like the confrontation between Ty and his father.
I really enjoyed this sequel and the two main characters in this story. I loved Cody from the first book and Heather was easy to like as well. I loved Cody’s easy-going personality compared to Ty’s. I also understood why he choose to be the comedian. I disliked how negatively Ty and his father judged him. As for Heather, I absolutely loved her spirit and willingness to fight for herself. No wilting flower here. Her innate understanding of Cody was wonderful. I like how fiercely she was willing to defend him when needed.
The kids were great for the humorous aspect of the story. It was easy to fall in love with them especially the class clown, Timmy. He’s a little charmer. I was glad that Heather took a special interest in him.
Ms. Lowe did an excellent job of weaving the love story with humor, mystery and suspense. I appreciated that the characters in this story didn’t have quite as much internal dialogue as the first story. That helped the story actually flow better. I can’t wait to read the next one.
The series gets better with each story.
While Cody is still my favorite hero, Kyle is definitely nipping at his heels. Pun intended. Stefanie, his love interest, was an easy character to connect with and I loved how she refused to back down. Her childhood connection with Kyle simply made their being mates a no brainer for me.
I loved the ending of the book and how they got the old bull…err, I mean alpha out of Arizona. Best part of the book, imo
Disclosure: I received a free copy of the audible version of the book.
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This is a great way to get the first three books, along with some bonus stories, one for each book.
I received a copy of this audio box set from the author. My reviews are my own opinion.
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