Saturday, October 8, 2011

Tail On the Moon by Sandra Sookoo

Title: Tail On the Moon
Author: Sandra Sookoo
Publisher: Lyrical Press
Publication Date: October 17, 2011
Genre: Paranormal Romance, Holiday
Length: 52 pages
Heat Level: Sweet
Reviewer: TJ
Date: October 7, 2011

Finding herself is harder than she expected.

Rosemary Nickles is stressed out. She has no knack for magic, and lives in Crystal Falls, where that just won't do. It's not easy being a plain old human in a town full of magic makers, especially when her sister is incredibly talented in the paranormal department.

Part-time firefighter, full-time hottie Luke Nolin harbors a secret.

Every month he turns furry and howls at the full moon. Even living and working in Crystal Falls, he's not comfortable being a werewolf. Years earlier he nearly killed someone, so devotes his energy to hiding his inner lycanthrope.

If Luke can learn to embrace his true self, then Rosemary might just discover there is more to her than even she knows about. Their path to true love isn't easy—the town is a mess, the resident witch and order-keeper is gone, and a gang of thugs has taken over Halloween. But
this is Crystal Falls, where through acceptance and love anything is possible...just remember to watch out for things that go bump in the night.

Tail On the Moon is another fantastic paranormal gift from Sandra Sookoo. With her usual style and charm we witness Rosemary’s search for her own magic while Luke tries to protect her from everyone including himself. How can you not go week in the knees for a dark and furry guy with a heart of gold and strong protective instincts? Rosemary is such a determined woman and while my heart ached for her genuine distress over her lack of supernatural skill she did make me giggle out loud a few times. Crystal Falls is such a fabulous place that I want to pack up and move there myself, wonder what kind of mysterious hottie I could end up with? The combination of humor, sarcasm and sexual tension make this one a definite keeper and proves why this author has a spot on my to-read list.

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