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review 2018-02-28 10:00
Release Day Review! Hollow Moon (Decorah Security #17) Rebecca York
Hollow Moon (Decorah Security Series, Book #17): A Paranormal Romantic Suspense Novella - Rebecca York



Did she save his life only to betray him? 

Werewolf detective Knox Marshall makes a near-fatal mistake when he tries to get the goods on a drug lab in isolated Western Maryland. Captured and used as a test subject in a diabolical experiment, he manages to escape. After nurse Maggie Leland finds him naked and wounded in the woods, she patches him up; but she’s hardly prepared for the drug flashbacks that spin his mind out of control or the side effects that turn him on. She and Knox get close quickly. He thinks he’s found his lifemate—until it looks like Maggie is working with the drug dealers. When he realizes he’s wrong, is it, too late to save her life?


Hollow Moon is another great read by Rebecca York. The characters are strong, compelling and draw readers into their story and the suspense keeps readers glued to the pages as Knox finds himself getting caught in a situation and struggling with a new relationship in one fell swoop. The story is full of danger and thrills and emotional turbulence that keeps readers glued to the pages.


I love Rebecca York’s romantic suspense books but I really miss her Moon series full of Marshall werewolves so when the Marshalls get involved in Decorah Security investigations, I just have to read them and I am happy to say that Hollow Moon is one such book that I really enjoyed. There was one problem though, I wish it had been longer because I wasn’t ready to leave the Decorah Security world behind, but I live with anticipation of the next one.




Hollow Moon is the 17th book in the Decorah Security series.


Hollow Moon is available in ebook at:

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Rebecca York can be found at:

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review 2017-07-18 00:00
Falling For His Mate (Crescent Moon Series Book 6)
Falling For His Mate (Crescent Moon Series Book 6) - Katie Reus,Savannah Stuart Book Reviewed: Falling For His Mate (Crescent Moon #6)
Author: Savannah Stuart, Katie Reus
Publication Date: 7/25/2017
Reviewed by: Tammy Payne- Book Nook Nuts
My Rating: 5 Stars

We have met Andrew Reid in a previous book, and this Beta has really put his foot in it. He gave Charlotte everything she could want in a mate, then just up and vanish?
Well being the strong female she is she moves on and into another pack. Can this couple find their way back to each other?

Riveting short, hot, romance. We get a little action and a whole lotta hotness.

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review 2017-06-24 01:28
Excellent End to an Excellent Series
New Moon (Moon Series Book 8) - Lisa Kessler

Jaguar shifter Sebastian Severino is a loner. Having been his father’s assassin for years, he trusts nobody and nobody trusts him.  Isabelle Wood is a wolf shifter and a bounty hunter. She’s determined to take down the evil organization that was responsible for her father’s death, starting with it’s crown prince. When her wolf claims him as her mate while her knife is at his throat, she can’t bring herself to kill him even as she denies what her wolf is telling her.

This is the final book in Lisa Kessler’s Moon series and I think it’s my favorite. I simply fell in love with Sebastian and Isabelle. They book had to go through so much to find family and love in the end, especially Sebastian. It makes me sad that this is the last of a great series. A great book. I highly recommend.

**I voluntarily read and reviewed this book

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review 2017-06-23 07:11
Book Review For: New Moon by Lisa Kessler
New Moon (Moon Series Book 8) - Lisa Kessler
New Moon (Moon #8)New Moon by Lisa Kessler
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

'New Moon' by Lisa Kessler is book 8 in the "Moon" series. This is the story of Sebastian Severino and Isabelle Wood. I have read the last few books in this series but feel this can be a standalone book.
Isabelle is looking for answers in the death of her father and she thinks Sebastian's father might be the one to have been involved. So she attempts to attack him to get those answers but her inter wolf won't let her. Isabelle's inter wolf recognizes him as her mate. Sebastian doesn't approve of his father and his actions, so he is always trying to be a step ahead of him. Isabelle's father was actually a mentor for Sebastian and he cared about him allot. Sebastian tries to stay alone and not connected to people because of the tragedies in his life with the lost of loved ones. But Isabelle is calling to all his protective needs and he is fighting his feelings for her. But these two can't fight their feelings for long!
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review 2017-04-18 20:40
Audio Book Review: Moon Tortured By McKenzie Hunter
Moon Tortured (Sky Brooks Series Book 1) - McKenzie Hunter


* This review is of the 85% of the book that I read/listened to.


What a long winded book. I'm still at a loss as to how static this book felt. I couldn't take it anymore after about 85% and ended up DNF-ing. There were a few times where I enjoyed the story, but for the most part nothing seemed to happen and the story went in circles. 


The heroine had a few moments of 'wow she's awesome', but would go back to being an idiot and pitying herself 2 pages later. I also didn't understand the dynamic she had with Ethan. One moment it was leaning toward romantic and the next they hated each other. This book seemed very young YA if it wasn't for a few lines where she commented on how attractive people were. Maybe it's just me but I was under the impression that there was going to be somewhat of a love interest.


I'm going to go ahead and say that Ethan was the possible romantic interest (if there was one). That being said, I didn't like him. He would go off on tangents of violence, but a few minutes later he would be sweet. He made it impossible for me to trust his motives. His brother (Josh?) was a little better, but the heroine made me dislike him too.


Every character in this novel felt underdeveloped. It felt like I had to be on my toes, waiting for something to happen (which, up until the point I read, never did). At the same time I could predict everything that happened (especially the idiotic running away in the middle of the night parts).


The Audio Book:



There was nothing wrong with the narration. Jorjeana Marie did a fantastic job. My problem was only with the story. 

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