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Series: Children of the Moon #3
Published by Berkley Publishing Group, Sensation Genres: Paranormal
Reviewed by Miranda
Sabrine is the protector of her raven shifter clan. She is searching for a sacred stone that was taken from her clan by the dastardly Donegal clan. Werewolves and Ravens have been enemies for centuries, so it’s not surprising to Sabrine that the Donegal wolves stole their stone. Sabrine is willing to do whatever it takes to get it back including infiltrating the enemy camp.
Barr never asked to be the new laird of the Donegal clan but it doesn’t take him long to realize the guy he replaced is as corrupt as they come. It is now his job to turn this clan around and get rid of the riff raff. The clan is his primary focus until he gets pleasantly distracted by a lovely lass he finds in the woods. He doesn’t believe he’s getting the whole story from the lass but he is beguiled by her and claims her under his protection.
Barr and Sabrine may not build their relationship on trust but they have plenty of fiery chemistry to make up for it. Can two natural born enemies find love together? Will they survive the enemies that lie underneath their noses?
Action, passion and a clever plot make Moon Burning a sizzling story! Barr and Sabrine are like star-crossed lovers fated to be together and yet they are born enemies. The scenes between them are overflowing with skyrocketing fireworks. Whether they are arguing or making up these two know how to turn the heat up a notch. Sabrine and Barr are both fierce characters and they bring their strong wills to the relationship making for some interesting situations. The story underlying the relationship is fast-paced and intriguing. It is easy to be drawn to the characters and the situations they are facing. Lucy Monroe’s storytelling is suave and exciting. This is my first Children of the Moon novel and I can’t wait to read the next. It’s not necessary to have read the first two novels to enjoy Moon Burning.