Thursday, April 18, 2013

Review of Moonsong by Lisa Olsen


After werewolves attack her family, Amelia Singer escapes to Cutter's Folly in search of her long lost grandmother. There she finds the strangest revelation yet: not only is she descended from a long line of shapeshifters; Amelia's firstborn is destined to lead the pack to dominion over all others. Now power hungry shifters everywhere will stop at nothing to share in that prophecy. Choosing a mate is the only way to end the violence, but how can she be expected to choose a man she's known for less than a week? At the heart of this struggle, Amelia is torn between Chase, who makes her pulse race with a single sultry glance, and Cutter, a reclusive but tempting loner with secrets of his own. Can fiercely independent Amelia find happiness with the pack, or will she rebel under the pressure and take her chances on her own?


 I enjoyed this book.  I love werewolves and this one definitely satisfied my needs:)  The storyline was intricate and kept me guessing.

Amelia "Millie" was a great character.  I admired her tenacity and her unwavering love.  Even Scarlett and Chase played their parts well.  Adele was also an interesting character with such an air of mystery around her.

The only thing I was less than pleased with, was the age difference between Amelia and Cutter.  I would have appreciated a little less of an age gap.  

The story didn't have that WOW factor, but was great none the less.  I really enjoyed the read and recommend it to all paranormal romance New Adult fans.  I give this read four glittery stars!

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