TAKEN BY MOONLIGHT
Paranormal Fantasy Multicultural
Rating: 4 Cups
Vivienne’s world is turned upside down, when she repeatedly bumps into the handsomest man she has ever seen. But keeping her hands off Conall is the least of her problems. He is her mate after all. But meeting him breaks the binding spell her mother has used to protect her and her sister. Finding herself in a world of werewolves and gods and being the only druids on the planet are the twins' real problems.
Conall is the alpha of the biggest wolf pack in New York, and you get there by listening to your instincts or your wolf. So when he meets the seemingly human Vivienne and his wolf says, “She is theirs,” he throws caution to the wind and risks breaking one of the biggest supernatural laws. Then she stops being human and starts being a target for a crazed and evil witch, who also happens to be the father of her best friend.
Conall and Vivienne have a lot to deal with, not least her lack of knowledge of pack rules. Between challenges and shunned exes, life is complicated. Pack politics aside, the evil grand wizard wanting immortality at any cost is a bigger threat to everyone. Especially when the cost he expects to pay is Vivienne and her sister.
Ms. Dubrisnky has produced an amazing book, let down only by a few inconsistencies. The characters are full and exciting. Conall is a big-bad-wolf twisted around Vivienne’s pretty little finger. Taken by Moonlight is a long story, partly in preparation for what promises to be an exceptional series, which still manages to grip you at the start and keeps you hooked all the way through, with a well-developed world and comprehensive history. The build-up of tension and excitement stays until the very end, leaving the reader eager for the next installment. I highly recommend a visit to Cedar Creek Pack. I am sure we will be seeing them again very soon.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More