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The Wolfman Always Rings Twice
As a little girl, I had a recurring nightmare of a werewolf -- specifically, The Wolfman -- loping past my bedroom door. Every night, as I lay in bed, I wondered if this would be the night he’d sniff me out and gobble me up.
Today my nightmare would be his loping on past my bedroom and never coming in. Come on, already, wolfie -- Amy’s got a treat for you!
Bella Reynolds’ nightmare is a little different. Chased by three creepy guys, this heroine of Michele Hauf’s, full-throttled, hand-me-a-fan hot romance, “Moon Kissed,” runs into a warehouse and is pulled to safety by a rough-around-all-his-edges mystery man named Severo, who informs her the creeps are vampires, his sworn enemies -- and, oh, yeah, he’s no mortal either.
“Your fear arouses me,” Severo tells Bella, and we’re right there with him, even as he lets her go, yet makes it clear he will find her again; Belle’s awakened something inside of him and he thinks she could be his true mate.
When Severo comes back for Bella – as we knew he would – he gives her the bottom line: He’s a werewolf and the vampires have a vendetta against her. Seems Bella’s long-time pal Seth is the new boy toy of vampire leader, Evie, and Evie’s none too happy about their little friendship.
Severo needs to protect Bella and wants to make her his, hoping she’ll accept his werewolf within. Bella allows both, because she’s learned just how many scary things exist.
Their attraction is palpable and Bella falls fast, but she’s unsure how to build a life with Severo; he’s already a little controlling and she’s yet to meet his werewolf side. As their enemies work to keep them apart, Evie realizes the perfect plan to save their day – or tear the love right out of Severo’s heart.
Second in her Wicked Games series, Hauf’s “Moon Kissed” is full of exciting and downright funny scenes, and pushes the envelope on male/female relationships. But, key to this book, Hauf never forgets the romance; even with the war between the werewolves and the vamps, it’s the relationship between Severo and Bella that holds us breathless. But don’t hold your breath, get out there and
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Team Vampire or team Werewolf? Which one are you more drawn to and why?