Hunter’s Moon by Angela Colsin

 

The blurb: Caleb Hodgins is a lupine known to the Arkin City Pack as an easy going wolf with a carefree attitude. But after tragedy strikes because of what he is, he’s left with a painful secret and the weight of grief hanging on his shoulders. Such heartache causes Caleb to swear he’ll never seek companionship with a human woman again, and it’s a plan that works well enough—until Emily Sterling comes to town.
When presented with the opportunity to take a long sought job in Arkin City, Emily quickly accepts, moving halfway across the country to live next door to her childhood friend, Joslyn Santiago-Hodgins. After years of keeping in touch long distance, she finally meets the people in Joslyn’s life, and finds everyone easy to fit in with—that is, everyone except Joslyn’s brother-in-law, Caleb.
Emily has no idea why he’s so put off by her, and his dismissive behaviors become increasingly disappointing as her attraction to him turns into undeniable interest. Yet she also doesn’t realize just how quickly her fun loving attitude and playful wit draws Caleb in, reminding him of his painful secret and his drive to prevent history from repeating itself.
But a case of missing lupines sweeping the southern states may put Emily in danger simply by her unwitting association with the Arkin City Pack, giving Caleb more than one reason to protect her. In the process, the gears of bonding start to turn, and there’s nothing he can do to stop it, forcing him to face his fear of revealing the truth about what he is, and risk losing Emily for good.

My thoughts:  Another very good installment in The Crucible world by Angela Colsin. I enjoy the world the author has created. The world has depth, well-developed characters and believable dialogue. Caleb and Emily are interesting characters and whose story had a detailed and entertaining plot. I felt sorry for Caleb’s plight and was glad to see the pull between him and Emily. I also enjoyed seeing characters from other books appear and able to catch up with their lives.

I hope Ms. Colsin writes more in this world–I will read them. I am hoping for one character’s book in particular!! (And I hope the author has the same plan!!)

I received a complimentary copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.

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