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Moonlight Protector

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  • Posted January 10, 2014

    Leaving Whispering Lake we follow the brothers to their homes. C

    Leaving Whispering Lake we follow the brothers to their homes. Cole still wanting to find his mate comes across a woman, Marin, that
    was in a bad wreck while in wolf form. Knowing that she belonged to his pack the goes for help. Gabriel comes to help, but neither of
     them know which one she will choose. Staying in wolf form Cole stays by her side until she is better. Marin has a horrible past that follows
    her and the brothers will protect her to their death. 



    This book is a great start to the series. These book are unique in the way they handle the story line.  The characters and the fantasy part
    are also unique. A really good fantasy romance.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 6, 2014

    I have to say Jessica Coulter Smith is doing something right whe

    I have to say Jessica Coulter Smith is doing something right when it comes to shifters and the like. If you have not already done so I suggest you read the prequel of the series called Whispering Lake. These first two books can be read as standalones though. I was hoping to see Colin’s story, knowing that he kind of got left holding the bag in the prequel. So a quick recap, Colin is out and about in his wolf form when he stumbles upon Marin an injured battered woman. He calls for help from Cassie (Whispering Lake). Turns out Marin is a mate to one of the super hot brothers (in age order Gabriel, Colin, and Michael; the latter two are twins with different color eyes). Turns out Marin has been abused but is strangely comforted by Colin who adorably stays in wolf form to make her feel more comfortable. 
    This book was given to me for an honest review. 
    First, I want to say that I really appreciated the blending of the prequel with Moonlight Protector it was flawless. Second, the title is aptly named. Colin the lead male in this story is the protector in both human and wolf form. Colin purposely keeps to his wolf form for the comfort of the lead female character Marin who has been kidnapped and abused. Third, the humorous element to this story helps cut the serious nature of the topic. I really felt that the comic relief was pulled off nicely. My favorite scene is when the dirt bag who kidnapped her appears at the family’s Victorian home asking for Marin; Colin and Marin come out of his room all over each other pretending that they have been up to no good, while Michael the constant jokester plays with the whole charade in order to protect Marin (the scene is a lot funnier than my lame attempt and summarization). I really enjoyed the twist that if you are a mate then your packs blood can heal you, I found this fascinating from an anthropology standpoint. I wondered if evolution specifically selected for something like that (just an errant thought). There was a great blend of drama, romance, paranormal, and mystery. Once again Mrs. Coulter Smith has transported me into Ashton Grove, Georgia and made me lose track of time. I was so absorbed in the story I missed Lunch! And I love lunch LOL. 
    I recommend adding this book to your reading list and you will not be disappointed. 
    Book Summary:
    Cole Andrews, biologist by trade and werewolf by blood, is tired of being alone. He and his two brothers live in the large Victorian home that had belonged to their parents. He's always wanted to find his mate and start a family. Now that he's in his thirties, he's starting to give up hope. He's already seen all of the women available in his small town of Ashton Grove and so far none of them are "the one."
    Marin Thomas is fleeing for her life. After being abducted and held hostage, she is determined to escape the maniac once and for all. Stealing his car, she travels as far and as fast as she can - until a car accident lands her in some woods near Ashton Grove, Georgia. Fighting for her very life, she finds herself begging a wolf for help.
    Is Marin the mate that Cole has been waiting for? Or will she end up with one of his brothers? One sniff tells him that she belongs to his pack. The only question that remains is who will win her heart?

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 4, 2014

    Another hard-to-put down book by Jessica Coulter Smith.  If you

    Another hard-to-put down book by Jessica Coulter Smith.  If you love romance or paranormal romance, you
    will love this book.  Cole is a hunk who stumbles on an injured Marin...while in his wolf form!  He immediately
    feels a bond toward her but will she feel the same?  Is Marin his true mate or the mate of one of the other pack
    members?

    Marin has had a traumatic past which is sure to affect her trust of men.  How will she feel to learn that Cole and
    his brothers are werewolves?  Find out the answers as you read a great story with wonderful characters.  You
    will be drawn in and will want to know how it all works out.  Enjoy as the book is defnitely worth the read!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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