Lashell Collins spent the last twenty years of her life working in Veterinary Hospitals and Garden Centers. But whether she was surrounded by the adorable puppies and kittens she helped to care for, or by the beautiful flowers, trees and shrubs, she constantly pursued her favorite pastime – reading romance novels and imagining herself as the heroine in each and every one of them! After losing a few people who were important in her life, she began writing in her grief and found it to be very cathartic. She started several stories in various genres, but none of them seemed to click for her, and they remained unfinished. Finally, a light bulb went on over her head! Since she really enjoyed reading romance novels, perhaps she would enjoy writing them too! Her first attempt was an epic love story, chronicling the rise and fall of a major rock star. It was full of sex, scandal and intrigue. And it was complete and utter crap. She closed her laptop and hung her head in shame. Then one day, after she had finished rereading one of her favorite romance novels for about the hundredth time, she opened up her laptop and tried again. And she hasn’t stopped writing since! All of Lashell’s stories are full of heart and romance, with smart dialogue and spicy sex scenes. She still loves writing about sexy rock stars. But she also loves writing about hot cops and hunky business men as well! When she’s not writing, Lashell enjoys reading, shopping, eating Chinese food, and riding on the back of her husband’s Harley-Davidson. She loves watching General Hospital and Grimm. She is a huge music fan and is completely obsessed with Slash. Lashell is a member of the Romance Writers of America. Drop her a line; she loves to hear from readers.
Redemption of Lunar Fallsby Lashell Collins
Carly Tipton's life has been turned upside down since she moved to Lunar Falls. She came looking to start a new life for herself, but nothing prepared her for the adventure that awaited her in the mysterious little town. A place where werewolves not only walk among the humans, hidden in plain sight, but where the roots of her own family tree are deeply entwined
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Carly Tipton's life has been turned upside down since she moved to Lunar Falls. She came looking to start a new life for herself, but nothing prepared her for the adventure that awaited her in the mysterious little town. A place where werewolves not only walk among the humans, hidden in plain sight, but where the roots of her own family tree are deeply entwined with the noble creatures. And when she and her mate, Gabe, are declared the answer to an ancient Moon Hunter prophecy, Carly finds herself wondering if the secrets and lies of Lunar Falls will ever end.
Gabe Masters is an Alpha on a mission – to re-educate his people in the ancient ways of the imprinting and abolish the purity movement, all while getting the five packs to accept his new human mate as one of their own. Easy, right? Until shifting alliances and a small faction of wolves join forces with the cat shifters in a last-ditch effort to overthrow Gabe's authority before his and Carly's wedding. A vicious battle ensues as Gabe leads his men (and women) against the rebellion. But can he defeat them in time to keep Carly safe?
Redemption of Lunar Falls is the third and final book of an adult sexy shifter romance trilogy.
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This was the final book in a fabulous triogy. Take my advice and read all three.
As the book blurb tells us this is the final book of the trilogy by superb author Lashell Collins. Ms Collins has a talent for writing fiction with thread of real life so skillfully entwined it is hard to even spot. Carly, Vet, continues her transformation and bond with Gabe, sheriff and Grand Alpha of all five Ohio Moon Hunter (werewolf) Packs. The prophecy is being fulfilled and they are changing the lives of the packs and their restrictive exclusionary ways--the lives and life choices of many are being acknowledged. Amid this Carly is pregnant, having a revealing time with the pack, a wedding with her uninformed parents and the continuing battle with the cat shifters creating problems and killings. Can they mediate or will war ensue? Can Carly survive the stress? Will what the pack has successfully hidden in plain sight for hundreds of years be revealed to the humans of Lunar Falls? Her family? Loyalty of old friends and family will be tested. Can they pass the test? It is a full length novel with page turning writing you will not want to put down. I give it not only 5 stars but a hearty recommend to anyone interested in good writing and engrossing stories, characters you care about long after the last page. I was provided an ARC for an honest review.
Great writing, wonderful story and warm characters. I love that the whole story revolves around a group of characters that run through all of the books in this series.
Redemption of Lunar Falls is the final book in the Lunar Falls trilogy and a very satisfying end to the series. This is the book where all the characters have been introduced, the plots exposed and the villains unmasked. It's also the one with most action because all those villains and plots have to be wrapped up into a nice neat bow. With the hero winning the day of course. I have some serious respect for the author for keeping Carly Tipton from becoming a MarySue character. To really make the story work, Carly had to be a bone-deep, honestly good, kindhearted person. Too often though, these characters become caricatures or just plain boring. Carly managed to maintain an air of believe-ability about her that worked for me. Additionally, there was another female character, Becky Bodine, that could have easily chosen career over family, but the author resisted the temptation to take that cliched path. That restraint was refreshing. This was a very female positive series. As this was the third and final book in the trilogy, we all knew where it was headed. I mean, it's a romance, so the Happily Ever After is a given; it's all about the final journey at this point. And the author did a fantastic job in getting us there. I especially liked the prologue of this book. It was like a promise to the reader that no matter how bad things would get, just remember, it had all worked out in the end. To be honest, this was an interesting world, and I wouldn't mind seeing more of it. Maybe from a Katjie the next time, or someone from on of the other clans, or even something from the historical side of things. I am giving this book 4 stars. Thanks to Ingenious Indie Promotions and the author for the opportunity to read and review the book.