Attracting Anthony (Moon Pack #1)
AUTHOR’S BLURB: Anthony is recovering from the death of his lover. What is he to do when the pack alpha wants to mark him as his own?
Anthony Carrow never thinks to find the love of his life when he goes to a bar with his best friend Steven Dell. Getting over the death of his lover has been a hard task for Anthony. After two years he’s still broken-hearted and doesn’t have any intention of joining the dating scene. However, going with Steven to scope out a werewolf club to help his friend find a mate leads to unexpected consequences.
Silver, alpha leader of the Moon pack, has been searching for his mate for a long time. Unhappy with the men he meets he’s given up searching for the man of his dreams until Anthony walks into the bar.
Can a man who’s already suffered a loss once be persuaded to give love a second try or will fear hold them back from finding the love they both deserve.
MY REVIEW: Sweet and sexy and funny.
Baiting Ben (Moon Pack #2)
AUTHOR’S BLURB: Ben joined Silver’s club to meet a mate. As a lone wolf he needs to join a pack to survive. But just when he thinks he found his mate in the elegant Thomas, Dillon a man from his old pack, comes into town to claim Anthony for himself. What is a wolf to do?
After leaving his old pack in Alaska, Benjamin is looking for a man to call his own. His Alaskan pack hadn’t known what to do with a gay half wolf. The one man he’d hoped to bond with was missing on mate night which told Ben more than words that he needed to move on.
Unfortunately, just as he finds Thomas, his old love hunts Ben down to claim him. What is Ben going to do when two gorgeous werewolves both want him for their mate? Can he teach two alphas that sometimes it’s more fun to share? Or will Ben be forced to choose between a new love or an old flame?
MY REVIEW: The only thing better than two men in love is three men in love. But you really do feel bad for the guys there for a bit.
Courting Calvin (Moon Pack #3)
AUTHOR’S BLURB: When Calvin’s sister is kidnapped will he be forced to betray a friend to get her back or will the sexy vampire, Alesandro, come to his rescue?
Scary mutants with an agenda kidnap Calvin’s sister. In return for getting her back Calvin is asked to bring Anthony the man he’s doing some carpentry work for to the mutant leader. Alesandro is a vampire consultant there to help Anthony with his hotel project. When the two meet sparks fly.
MY REVIEW: A little something for our vampire lovers out there.
Denying Dare (Moon Pack #4)
AUTHOR’S BLURB: Weretiger Dare longs for the attention of Steven. But the werewolf is searching for a mate among his own kind. Until Anthony douses his friend in a batch of catnip and the big kitty pounces.
Dare Moon had wanted Steven Dell since the first day he saw the sexy wolf shifter. However, no matter how much he flirted Steven wouldn’t give him any of the hot smiles he shared with everyone else in the bar.
Steven had always wanted the perfect mate. Unfortunately all the wolves he took home didn’t measure up to tiger shifter who tended bar at his favorite hangout. Would Steven give up his dreams of a wolf mate and take what Dare was offering, or would he turn his back on his only true chance for happiness.
MY REVIEW: Best use of catnip EVER.
Enticing Elliott (Moon Pack #5)
AUTHOR’S BLURB: When his boss orders Elliott Samuels to come the Moon pack bar, little does he know Anthony’s plans include handing him off to Parker, the pack security officer. Parker takes one look at the slim accountant and knows he’s found the submissive mate of his dreams. Will the two be a love match or will outside forces tear them apart?
MY REVIEW: The D/s version some have been waiting for.
Finding Farro (Moon Pack #6)
AUTHOR’S BLURB: When mutants kidnap Farro’s son and take him to Dark Fae territory he has to rely on Anthony to get him back. With problems of his own will the alpha mate be able to cope with all the changes in his life and still handle his pack duties? Book Six in the Moon Pack series.
When Anthony despairs of becoming one of the pack he accepts his grandfather’s help in embracing his inner wolf. Silver doesn’t care that his mate isn’t a wolf however when Anthony comes back changed Silver wonders if their bonding can survive the transformation.
Farro longs to find someone to be his partner and help raise his young son. However, when mutants attack his household he has to go into the land of the fae and help retrieve a kidnapped tiger shifter. In the fae world he meets Kylen, a sexy fae warrior, who follows Farro home and shows him what he’s been missing.
MY REVIEW: Now it’s time for “I see faeries!”
Getting Gabe (Moon Pack #7)
AUTHOR’S BLURB: Unaware he has werewolf DNA, Gabriel is stunned to learn after an attack that not only will he change into a wolf but that two fae warriors are his mates. Now he has to help his men find the scientist who is creating the mutants before his new formula hits the streets.
Unaware he has werewolf DNA, Gabriel is stunned to learn after an attack that he now has the ability to change into a wolf. Still reeling from the discovery of his family genetics he is surprised when his wolf self tried to claim a pair of twin fae.
Vien and Viell had come to help Anthony discover more about the mutant threat. When they discover a wolf shifter who claims to want them both they are shocked to realize they might have been looking in the wrong place their entire lives.
Note: There is no sexual contact between the twins.
MY REVIEW: A surprise twincest-free relationship with a newbie wolf. Delights and confusions abound.
Hunting Henry (Moon Pack #8)
AUTHOR’S BLURB: Henry works as the pack cook, happily hiding from a painful past and suppressing his wolf side. Dakota is a wolf given a formula to become a human. What happens when a man who doesn’t want to be a wolf bonds with a wolf who doesn’t want to be a man.
Henry’s painful past had him keeping everyone at a distance. Settling into life in the pack was the only thing keeping him sane. When a broken-hearted wolf with the shape of a human comes seeking sanctuary, Henry can’t resist.
Dakota had never wished to be human. The victim of a mad scientist Dakota had transformed from a happy wolf to a miserable man. Will the big scarred chef be able to make everything all right or will he always long for his four-pawed form.
MY REVIEW: A cook and a real wolf.
Inflaming Inno (Moon Pack #9)
AUTHOR’S BLURB: Betrayed by his sister, Inno Weston becomes the captive of mad scientist, Lorus Korl . After he escapes with the secret formula to making werekin mutants, he races through the streets and straight into the arms of the vampire Mikel Cruento.
Mikel doesn’t quite know what to do with the injured werekin he finds in a dark alley. Instinct has him taking the poor thing home. Honor insists he take Inno to the Moon Pack with the formula. Lust makes him want to slake his thirst for the gorgeous shifter.
Danger lurks around the Moon Pack and even closer to Mikel’s home. He soon learns that sometimes a vampire has to listen to his heart instead of his mind. Inno belongs with him.
MY REVIEW: Just another vampire story, in case you like that sort of thing.
Judging Jager (Moon Pack #10)
AUTHOR’S BLURB: Jager yearns to belong somewhere. Unfortunately, fate takes a nasty turn and he’s abandoned by his pack. Lost and alone, Jager looks for a place to call home and runs into an angry tiger instead.
Jager’s heartbroken when his pack kicks him out. Despondent, he goes to visit his friends in the Moon Pack, hoping for some sympathy and maybe companionship for the night.
Ryder wants to find out what happened to his brother, Dare, but the pound puppies his cat shifter brother has fallen in with guard him with the ferocity of a bear protecting its cub. Determined to wait them out until he discovers the truth, Ryder doesn’t expect to be enchanted by a sexy wolf in man’s clothes.
A whirlwind seduction turns into a quest for answers and despite Ryder’s protests, Jager dives headfirst into Fae intrigue. Ryder worries he’ll lose Jager before they can even work out their issues.
MY REVIEW: Another tale of love between a kitty and wolf.
Keeping Kylen (Moon Pack #11)
AUTHOR’S BLURB: Sometimes falling in love is the easy part.
Kylen is now king of the fae and missing his mate. The question as to whether the fae are as committed to their mates is answered when Kylen can no longer sleep, or eat. The rest of the fae worry he isn’t a good king, and truth to tell, Kylen doesn’t want to be. He wants nothing more than to curl up with Farro, play with their son, and live happily ever after, but sometimes life doesn’t give you what you need.
MY REVIEW: Continues with characters from Finding Farro.
Christmas Tree Magic (Moon Pack #11.5)
AUTHOR’S BLURB: Anthony stared at the tree in the middle of his living room. The cut tree. He turned his attention to his mate, Silver, who stood proudly by his kill.
MY REVIEW: Hilarious in spurts.
Loving Leif (Moon Pack #12)
AUTHOR’S BLURB: Leif is used to being alone but he guards his few friends with a vigilant eye. After hearing the mutants were planning to attack the Moon Pack he decides to ask Anthony for help in hunting down Lorus Korl, the psychotic scientist who created the mutants. When Blake, an ex-mutant agrees to accompany Leif to the Fae World. He isn’t sure what to make of the wolf shifter who claims they are soul mates and fated to be together.
Blake had been hoping to run into Leif now that he’d been reverted to his previous form. Upon learning Leif planned to wander into the Fae World alone he agrees to go along. After a sexy night of fun, he knows Leif is his mate.
Rhaegar has waited year after lonely year for his mate. When two delicious shifters enter his world he knows he needs to convince them to stay. Unfortunately, fate is fickle and Rhaegar might just lose his men before he’s had a chance make them his.
MY REVIEW: ANd finally, now we have dragons. Dragons are greedy.
My Man Declan
AUTHOR’S BLURB: Phoenix Moorhaven liked things just so. He likes his house running in perfect order, his coffee with a bit of blood and his manservant untouched by anyone—ever. When Declan decides to start dating Moor scrambles to intercede. After all messing with Declan could upset the pristine organization of his household.
Declan has pined for Moor long enough. Determined to have a life of his own Declan accepts a meeting with a blind date. However, vampire masters and dating don’t mix and at the end of the night, he’ll see a side of Moorhaven he never expected.
MY REVIEW: A momentary deviation. It comes back around, I promise.
Marking Mikel (Moon Pack #13)
AUTHOR’S BLURB: Inno loved his vampire mate but something had been bothering Mikel lately. Something he hasn’t shared with Inno. When his sister Claudia calls him over he learns there was more to his abduction than he first thought. Unable to stand the betrayal he walks away broken-hearted.
Mikel can’t understand why Inno hasn’t claimed him. Didn’t Inno’s wolf want Mikel as his own? Unwilling to upset his mate Mikel doesn’t know how to fix the problem. Outside forces work to keep them apart but in the end, it’s all about whether or not Inno is willing to mark Mikel.
MY REVIEW: Contains characters from Inflaming Inno and My Man Declan.
Needing Noel (Moon Pack #14)
AUTHOR’S BLURB: Noel Thistleborn had thought his life had ended when he lost his mate and daughter. Left with nothing but a broken heart he accepted the job as the king’s assistant to give his life new meaning. When King Kylen insisted Noel attend the dragon shifter ball he had no idea his life was about to change.
Hartmut was tired of watching his best friend cuddle with his two mates. He wasn’t greedy he’d take a single partner. In fact, his greatest worry was having to deal with a fae double mating.
When the pair meets Noel doesn’t exactly greet the dragon shifter with open arms. Still traumatized by his loss, Noel is hesitant to put his heart out there again. However, Hart wins him over and the pair agrees to dinner.
An old enemy comes forward and Noel will need the strength of his dragon mate to help him through.
MY REVIEW: The next dragon.
Owning Oliver (Moon Pack #15)
AUTHOR’S BLURB: Tim has been left for dead, but fate sent him back. While searching for his brother he stumbles across his soul mates and discovers both love and a new place to call home. He might not choose to be a fighter but he’ll do anything to keep his mates safe.
Aslic is a daywalker. Too independent to work under Alesandro, he accepts a contract with the vampire leader to oversee vampire properties and negotiate contracts. After spotting Oliver in Anthony’s company he decides to focus on the gorgeous wizard. However, when Tim claims Oliver as his own, Aslic decides to keep them both.
Oliver is an assassin brought in to kill Anthony but refuses to when he determines Anthony isn’t a threat to wizardkind. Unfortunately, his boss has a different idea and when Oliver refuses to play their games he finds himself on the wrong side of a contract.
MY REVIEW: A shifter, a vampire, and a wizard. Sounds like the beginning of a joke, but is really a threesome love.
Pursuing Peter (Moon Pack #16)
AUTHOR’S BLURB: Peter Woods had never expected to find a soulmate. After his time spent as a mutant, turning into a wolf had become a painful transformation.
Quain Ilves planned on spending his life alone. As a seer he had no vision of a future partner especially after wizards captured and tortured him.
Two lost souls found each other through the interfering hand of fate. Now it was up to them to grab onto their happy ending and not let wizards, parents or outside forces pull them apart.
MY REVIEW: Another wolf and kitty, but this kitty is a seer.