A Nightcreature short story featuring Edward Mandenauer.
France, 1944 and the Nazis are up to no good in the Black Forest. French Resistance member, Renée, is sent to find out what mischief they are concocting in an isolated castle. On the way, she is captured by Gestapo Major Edward Mandenauer. But Edward is not what he seems. Together they infiltrate the castle and discover the beginnings of a werewolf army. Can they stop it and escape together? Or will their sudden and surprising attraction die along with one or both of them?
Blame it on the Moon is a prequel short story set in the world of the Nightcreature Novels and featuring the fan-favorite character of Edward Mandenauer. If your favorite novels feature werewolves, shape shifters and very bad bad guys, why not try a taste of the Nightcreature Novels today?
About the Author
Lori Handeland is the author of more than fifty romance novels. Her books have won several awards, including the prestigious RITA Award in 2005 for Best Paranormal Romance for Blue Moon, and the 2007 RITA Award for Best Long Contemporary Romance for The Mommy Quest. Best known for her popular Night Creature series, she has also written several other series including The Phoenix Chronicles and Shakespeare Undead.