Kiss of the Winter Moon (Sakana Series, #1)

Kiss of the Winter Moon (Sakana Series, #1)

by Amanda LeMay

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BN ID: 2940154973387
Publisher: Amanda LeMay
Publication date: 02/20/2018
Series: Sakana Series , #1
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 208,477
File size: 573 KB

About the Author

Indie author Amanda LeMay grew up on a small farm in Southern California reading every sci-fi book her dad passed on to her and watching every classic horror movie her mom shared with her. Her love for paranormal romance was an easy leap. Amanda published her first paranormal romance – full of dark sexy wolf-shifters called KISS OF THE WINTER MOON - in February 2018. Her wolf-shifters share a rare and special bond with their mates: the sakana bond, a rare and ancient bond that links their minds, bodies, and souls.

Amanda still lives in Southern California with her own Alpha-male husband and two grumpy cats and dreams of living on the beach in Texas. When she isn't writing, or thinking about writing, (or plotting, or characters, or dialogue, or world building), she's probably working on any number of crafts, sewing, gardening, or lost in another authors' wonderful dream world. She plots most of her novels while walking, or driving, or while on long Texas beach vacations sitting outside listening to the waves. She loves reading paranormal romance, fantasy romance, sci-fi romance, contemporary romance...well, just romance in general.

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Kiss of the Winter Moon (Sakana Series, #1) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
indykat 7 months ago
This, in my opinion is a rather dark paranormal sorta romance. It isn't for the faint of heart as there are some violent, disturbing scenes with psychotic people doing psychotic things and I'm not sure it really adds all that much to the book the way it was done. Perhaps the bad guy needed a bit more back ground BEFORE you see him do so much crap rather than learning after. If you are OK with that and are a paranormal fan it's a pretty decent read. It does need some editing with wrong words or words in the wrong place in sequence, it's also a bit long winded which some good editing would trim. I DO like that they are DOING and not tons of telling, good on you Ms LeMay! I did have an issue with the big ol loose thread that was just left there for readers to wonder about and feel confused about. However apparently that will be addressed in the next book.