Sandy Parks is the mother of her pack’s
queen. Her daughter is in her element and out on her own
which leaves Sandy lots of times to do what she likes. Pack
and family mean everything to Sandy and as a widow without a
mate she is often lonely, but not lonely enough to just
settle on any wolf that comes sniffing after her. The only
man she has seen in a long time worthy of even a second look
is Ralph Hipp. Rumors fly about his prowess as a male, and
when he turns his wolf eyes on her Sandy is unable to even
think clearly, much less deny the attraction she feels –
even if she fights this attraction with every bit of her
heart that she can. It’s a good thing Ralph Hipp isn’t
scared of his mate, because he knows what Sandy is to him
and he has waited long enough to claim her.
Sandy and Ralph burn up the sheets in
Blue Moon. As a mother of a grown daughter, I
got tickled at Sandy’s daughter trying to tell her how to
run her life and who to run it with. I listen no more to my
child than Sandy does to hers and that is a good thing.
Ralph has watched and waited and wanted Sandy for more years
than he dare count. The wait was over and when Ralph
decided to take what he wanted the blushes began on my
cheeks and I was immersed in this highly provocative novel.
Blue Moon is a true Lorie
O’Clare novel. The sex is intense and often and the
feelings and emotions of the characters bubble to the
surface. I give it a thumbs up!