Beneath a Darkening Moon
Keri Arthur, the New York Times bestselling author of the Riley Jenson Guardian series, returns to the Ripple Creek werewolf reservation of Beneath a Rising Moon—where the past has come back with a vengeance to haunt a beautiful ranger. Savannah Grant still harbors deep secrets and carries... show more
Keri Arthur, the New York Times bestselling author of the Riley Jenson Guardian series, returns to the Ripple Creek werewolf reservation of Beneath a Rising Moon—where the past has come back with a vengeance to haunt a beautiful ranger. Savannah Grant still harbors deep secrets and carries emotional scars from a love affair gone bad many years ago. She has tried to bury her heartbreak in her job as chief ranger of the Ripple Creek werewolf reservation. But now someone is murdering humans on her turf, and the pattern matches a series of deaths she witnessed a decade ago: the same year that she met—and lost—the love of her life. The murderer seems to have risen from the grave. Then Savannah’s old love appears. Cade Jones is an Interspecies Investigation Squad officer, determined to catch the killer he let slip through his grasp once before—in part because of a bewitching young werewolf. Now, as moon heat reignites their desire for each other, Savannah and Cade are forced to come to terms with long-buried secrets—not only to stop a monster from killing again . . . but to give their promise to the moon one more chance.
Publish date: October 30th 2012
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
Series: Ripple Creek Werewolf (#2)
This was a bit disappointing. I really didn't like Cade for over 1/2 of the book. He comes across as condescending and judgmental. For example, he insists on calling Savannah "Vannah" even thought she repeatedly corrects him. He threatens Savannah and repeatedly throws her past in her face. He quest...
While I did enjoy this glimpse into the Ripple Creek series have to admit that Riley Jensen series has it beat in both world building for stories and the characters that I so enjoyed following the adventures of.However this had a decently orchestrated plot and the pace of the story was nicely smooth...
I don't usually read paranormal romance series books back-to-back, they really have to have that extra something to make me want more and although I enjoyed the first book immensely, I didn't like this one quite as much.I'm not a big fan of the reunited lovers storyline, it always makes me sad that ...
Savannah is a Ranger on the Ripple Creek Werewolf Reservation and is investigating a spate of murders that are very similar to ones she witnessed 10 years previously. Because the people who have been murdered were human she is forced to call in the IIS (Interspecies Investigation Squad) to help with...