File Size: 777 KB
Print Length: 212 pages
Publisher: Keta Diablo (January 19, 2012)
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Source: from Author for review
Dark Night of the Moon, a paranormal wolf shifter, is the sequel to Holding on to Heaven. Creed Gatlin flees to Arizona intent on eradicating the haunting memories of his brother’s wife. Brand Gatlin, presumed dead, resurfaces after a long absence and with his re-emergence, the destinies of those he loves is altered forever
In a land rife with war and danger, Sage must travel to the village of her husband’s People. There, she is reunited with Crooked Back, the ancient healer. On the long trek back to Full Circle, devious plots are underfoot and peril lurks around every corner for Sage, Lauren and Peter Pa.
Dark Night of the Moon will take you on an unforgettable journey of war, violence, overwhelming grief, and finally, love.
Review:Oh how I waited for this book, since reading Holding on to Heaven, I have wanted to see where these characters were going to go. So many questions that needed to be answered and finally were in this book. I had no qualms about whether I was going to like it, its Keta after all and I am a huge fan, but I was just wondering if I would love it as much as the first book. And the answer is a resounding yes. Though she threw me for a loop and had me crying, NO its not fair! Sorry can't tell you what that is, don't want to spoil it for you.
All the characters I loved so much are back and just how I remembered them. Though it has been awhile since I read the first book. It didn't take long to step back into their lives again. I have to admit with Creed I did want to smack him a couple times for being the stubborn man that he is. But I still love him anyway. We, also had an addition of a couple new characters, Mae and Ignatius, Jade and Bertha. I laughed out loud with these characters, they were just plain fun to read.
All and all it was a wild ride to the very end and not once was I bored. In fact I can almost say I loved this book even more than the first. Would I recommend yes!! If you have never read Keta's books then what are you waiting for. She spins a beautifully told story, woven with some spice and romance and a whole lot of drama for good measure.
5 of 5 Stars