Angela Knight, MaryJanice Davidson, Sunny, and Virginia Kantra are the contributors to this original paranormal anthology; so you can be sure the lunar forecast is for hot, steamy nights!
In Angela Knight's "Moon Dance," Lucas Rollings, a cop-turned-werewolf, saves Elena Livington from an assigned marriage; all he has to do is have sex with her as often as possible -- and, yes, this alpha male is up to the task. MaryJanice Davidson gets the relationship in "Driftwood" off to a quick start, as solitary cop Burke Wolftoyer jumps down an 18-foot hole to rescue a woman who doesn't want to be rescued. She's a vampire, he's claustrophobic; naturally it turns into love. Fairies, or sidhe, are the extra element in Virginia Kantra's "Between the Mountain and the Moon," an eerie tale of strange travelers and stranger desires on the Appalachian Trail. Last, Sunny advances the story of Mona Lisa -- part human, part Monere -- and her two beautiful men in "Mona Lisa Three," as Mona takes on Manhattan, her cruel mother, and another man. Ginger Curwen