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Series: The Twin Moons of Andove
Author: Cassandra Logan
Publication Date: 04/17/2015
Synopsis from Goodreads: Anika’s life has finally fallen into place. She has a career she loves, an apartment that, while small, meets her needs, and a best friend that is helping her find someone to spend the rest of her life with, or at the very least someone to have a good time with.
Zeke is only on Earth long enough to make repairs to some salvaged equipment and relax with the local natives. Just a few, short weeks and then he, and his shipmates are on their way back to their home world. Then he catches Anika’s scent and his wolf is gone.
Unable, and unwilling, to fight the instant attraction Zeke soon finds himself head over heels, but will the secret he’s keeping cause him to lose his mate? Meanwhile, Anika has a secret of her own that could end up having a huge impact on the couple’s future.
Disclaimer- This story has several graphic sex scenes and some mild language.
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I originally found this book through a mailing list I belong to. I received an email that said this book was available for free, so I decided to check it out. I’ve had it on my Kindle app for quite a while, but decided to give it a read tonight. I’m glad I did.
I have to say, I’m not normally one for sci-fi/romance combos. For some reason I’m just not into that type of thing. I’m also not normally one for what amounts to erotica, which this book certainly has its share of. However, the story line was well thought out and it kept me wanting to read more of the book. The characters were developed enough to make them interesting, even if you don’t really get too much information on them.
This was a quick read at only 189 pages – so it only took about 2 hours for me to read it. This is a good thing, since the past few days I haven’t really been able to focus on longer reads. The fact that this is the first in a series is nice, because I can pick up the other books and find out what happens next without having to fret that the universe created by the author will never be seen again. I can only hope that the other books in the series are as good as this one.
A four star read for certain, I highly recommend this book to anyone who doesn’t mind some graphic sex and dirty language.