Coffee Time Romance & More




ISBN: 978-1-60592-086-3
February 15, 2010
Noble Romance Publishing
224 Pages
Rating: 4 Cups

Prosecuting criminals and winning her cases is what Assistant D.A. Sara Hughes is known for. Taking scum off the street is what she does best, and no one, not even her ex-boyfriend, is exempt from prosecution if the law is on her side.

Leaving his family and career behind in Arizona was the hardest thing Neol Pallaton ever did, but he desperately needed to find a way to come to terms with his grandfather’s legacy. The Navajo people have a rich and honor-bound history, and it is up to Neol to carry on the ways of his people, even if that means giving up his position on the police force.

Sara is not stupid when it comes to her safety, especially knowing the kind of men she puts behind bars, but she never imagined running for her life like a fugitive. Going to Daniel’s seedy bar alone to get his statement is definitely the dumbest thing she has ever done, but meeting Neol changes everything. He is everything she could ever want in a man, and so much more. Neol can hardly believe that Sara has so readily accepted his abilities to shift, but he learns very quickly that this woman is far beyond all of his expectations, and he can only pray that she comes to care for him as much as he does her.

If you are looking for an entertaining read with lots of energy, this is a great find. I really enjoy being able to get a feel for both of the main characters Neol and Sara, and how they perceive the world around them. If they could want for anything, it would be, in my opinion, a deeper connection with Neol’s abilities and spirituality and how Sara becomes part of that. The rest of the Pallaton clan have just been introduced, and it will be exciting to see them come to life in future editions of the Red Moon Clan.

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