Saturday, February 2, 2013

Moon Shine by Julia Talbot and BA Tortuga

Title: Moon Shine
Author: Julia Talbot and BA Tortuga
Publisher: Torquere Press Publishers
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ISBN: 978-1-61040-383-2
Genre: {M/M} Werewolves
Rating: 5 Nymphs
Literary Nymphs Reviewer: Chocolate Minx

Jenson’s moonshine business is a family tradition that started with his grandfather. However, being a werewolf started with Jenson. After a year of fine-tuning his life, yet another alteration is required when David, following a scent, mistakes Jenson as the cohort to the man who bit David. Jenson and David soon discover that not only do they have revenge in common, they are also mates.

Moon Shine is an amusing romance featuring life as a werewolf modification. Jenson shies away from relationships with humans fearing he might accidently bite them in the heat of passion, plus Jenson is not aware of any other werewolves residing in the Knoxville, Tennessee area. David is a Native American hunting guide in the Cherokee forest area. He is angry as well as confused by the internal changes to his body. David is seeking answers when he encounters Jenson. Both men were loners even before they were bitten, therefore finding each other is the best thing that could have happen to Jenson and David. What I found particularly enjoyable is the comical description of Jenson and David’s play in wolf form. Moon Shine is a happy-ever-after short story that leaves an opening for a continuance.      

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