This is the second book of the Moonlight Series. I was lucky enough to get an ARC of this one, and I really loved it.
Joy Foster endured kidnapping and spent a decade in hell as a prisoner of a brutal pack. She’s survived enough violence to forget the feeling of security. Coming home to her family should be the best moment of her life, but it isn’t. She’s sure her childhood pack will never accept her return.
Nik Martin claimed Joy Foster to save her life, but he realized the moment he did it that he was in love with her. Law Foster, Joy’s brother, and Nik’s alpha forbade him from finalizing his claim. Nik never wanted to disobey Law, until now. Joy’s body is peppered with scars, but it’s the damage on her soul Nik longs to repair—if his she-wolf will give him a chance.
Bianca Archer and her mate, Law, are trying to figure out how to be a family and raise Bianca’s bitten teenage daughter. Can she think pack or will she make Law think human?
When the first book ended we finally get to met Joy, Law’s sister, who they rescued from the rouge werewolf pack. I was really looking forward to her and Nik’s story, and Ashlynn didn’t disappoint!
This was a great story, and we get to see all our favorite characters from the first book, and we meet a few new ones. This was a really quick read, it was novella length, and had me hooked the whole time. The only thing I didn’t like, was it ended too soon! The story is told in third person, so we get to follow around a variety of characters, which was awesome, because we get to see more of Law and Bianca, as well as Chessa and Trax (and if you don’t know Trax was one of my favorite side characters from book one 😉
This is just an all around great series. It completely sucked me in and I love the world she has created. I’m looking forward to book 3 Moonlight’s Destiny, which will be about Tristan and Rune our favorite werewolf brothers and Reylin.
My Rating: 5 stars!
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Check out book 1 of the Moonlight Series, Moonlight’s Peril