Moon Dancer: A Werewolf Shifter Fantasy

· Moon Blind Book 2 · Wetknee Books
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One werewolf: Free to a good home


Three months after becoming a shifter, my bloodthirsty beast fights me for control of our shared body. My boss is unhappy with my erratic behavior. And Claw --- the enticing alpha who made becoming a werewolf semi-palatable --- is avoiding me while I try to transfer my wolf to his human sister.


The transfer fails, but a vision promises I'll find mystical assistance on the other side of the country. Clinging to humanity during a problematic road trip in charge of human students, I'm left wondering whether my ordinary life will be there when I return for it.


And will Claw still speak to me when my wolf is gone?


This is the second and final book in Aimee Easterling's Moon Blind series.

4.9
9 reviews
betinaclark
August 15, 2019
This was a good story about truly finding yourself and being comfortable with who you are and not who you thought you were. I enjoyed the action and suspense and especially the internal dialogue of Olivia learning who she should be. Of course i loved all the pack and their personalities. I received an ARC copy of this book and this is an honest review.
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About the author

Aimee Easterling wasn’t raised by wolves, but she did spend the first ten years of her life running wild in their habitat. Since then, she’s backpacked across three continents, spent over a decade homesteading half a mile from the nearest road, and now unearths excitement amid fictional werewolf packs.


Her USA Today bestselling books straddle the line between urban fantasy and paranormal romance…because everyone deserves a pack, a mate, and an adventure.

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