Wednesday, August 1, 2018

#BookReview – ‘Moonlit Dream’ by Crystal-Rain Love


Blurb

Pack numbers are low. The reigning pack leader, Rong, has demanded all unmated Werewolves to breed each moon cycle. Ming yearns for her destined mate, but Jason has been locked away in prison for ten years. Desperate to stay true to him and avoid the new breeding law, Ming begs the pack leader to spare her from the ruling.
With a little magic, and a lot of faith, Jason is brought to Ming through a mystical realm. Now the two destined mates must run from the pack, which is hot on their trail; while Jason struggles to come to terms with his past, something he must do in order to give Ming a moon vow.
Ming's fate lies in the decision Jason need to make with his heart and soul.

Review

In the first novella in the Moonlit series, Jason is running through a forest, bleeding and confused. A pack of man-eating, bloodthirsty wolves are chasing him, but then a beautiful calm she-wolf saves his life. She speaks to him in his mind, so he assumes he’s dreaming, but the wolf is much more than he ever expected.
Ming will do anything to protect her soul mate and to escape the cruel laws of her pack, even if she must die to do so. She and Jason share a history, after all, but they’re both keeping their fair share of secrets.
Jason and Ming are interesting characters. Both are strong-willed, but full of guilt and shame over circumstances beyond their control. They complemented one another in attitude and spirit, and helped each other heal.
Though I enjoyed the story, I found it a little confusing at times. The first chapter begins with a bang, in the middle of an action sequence, and information about the characters and the realm they were in was spread out throughout the story. Everything was eventually explained, however, and I’m happy to say the story ended with a HEA and no loose ends. The author has a fun writing style, and I look forward to reading more of her work.
4 Stars

Disclaimer – I downloaded this book from Amazon and volunteered to review it. I am not compensated in any way, shape, or form for this honest review. I will not change or alter this review for any reason unless at my discretion.