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Posted May 7, 2012
In the world of the paranormal, few creatures are as feared as the vampire. When one werewolf shelters a vampire's intended prey, he discovers just how scary a vampire can be.
Kiera was having one hell of a night. A half blood were-fox, she had been out clubbing with girlfriends, when she caught the attention of a vampire. Acting out of instinct she ran, but quickly found herself in more trouble then she bargained for. Seeking shelter in a mechanics garage, she met Gabriel, a handsome alpha werewolf. When the vampire followed her, she quickly concocted a story, and just as quickly ended up with a mate. But when Gabriel discovers what she really is, will he still want her? Will he be able to keep her safe from the determined vampire who wants her blood?
Gabriel couldn't believe his luck. The prettiest woman he had ever seen had just come flying through his door, and as luck would have it, she turned out to be his mate. True, there was a very determined vampire chasing her, but after marrying her, he should be able to keep her safe. However, things are not always what they seem, and when the vampire doesn't give up, will Gabriel be able to keep Kiera safe, or will their new life together be over before it gets a chance to begin?
As a continuation of the ASHTON GROVE WEREWOLVES series, MOONLIGHT HERO is an amazing story. The characters are very well done, and I really fell in love with Gabriel. He was so sweet to Kiera, and was willing to do anything for her. Kiera was a really good character as well, and was an excellent foil for Gabriel. Ms. Smith did a very nice job balancing their personalities, and making sure that one didn't overpower the other, and the result was a great story. The attraction between the two of them was almost volcanic, and made this a very steamy read. Well done!
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