Megan Ryder keeps get better. The Lone Star Match series is a nostalgic stroll down memory lane. What begins with promise leads to disappointment. In life there are two major roads. The one we seek to carve out for ourselves and the path that leads to easy street. Smooth sailing is what we all crave but hard work turns out to be the most rewarding. That is the message that Something New sets out to deliver. Wyatt and Anna are rebuilding their lives and all roads point to home. Can they forgive the past and look toward a brighter future together? With common sense and an open heart, the possibilities are endless.
The fantasy becomes a reality when two total opposites find the perfect match in each other. With Something New, Ms. Hart kept the childhood fairy tale ideals but gave them an updated steamy heart to heart. This time around the hero and heroine write their own story. It's hard to decide who was more in need of rescuing. The girl with the broken engagement or the guy with a heart full of dreams. Either way, Savvy and Damian are heartstoppingly fabulous together.
A fast-paced read and good world-building for the series. The characters and storyline are interesting and the dialogue is witty and at times quite humorous. I loved the voice in Ana's head with its snarky comments. While the current problem is resolved, there are still some unanswered questions at the end, but that's to be expected with a series. I'll be interested to see where Ana's story goes in the next book.
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.
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