Carmen has been a rogue snake for a
very long time. Mainly for two reasons: The first is that
she has never really felt like she belonged anywhere being a
pit viper and the second is that she always assumed that
nest living would stifle you. Carmen has been happy with
her roaming until she happens to stop into Dry Ice and came
up against Reece Evans.
Reece Evans is the nest bad boy and
likes it that way. He is also the only Anaconda in the
nest. While he is not looking for a mate, Reece is quite
happy to seek out every opportunity for someone to have a
hot time with. That is what he was doing when he came
across Carmen at the bar. Reece realized at once she was a
rogue and a hot one at that.
Reece is anticipating a hot tryst for
the night and maybe the next morning when he discovers not
only has Carmen left but she has taken his bike and wallet.
After Carmen is put in jail she calls Reece to ask for
help. Reece agrees to get her out, but Carmen is informed
nothing is free and her payment is a month of her time as
his plaything. What neither of them expects is the feelings
and experiences; could they have found their fated mates?
Surrender in Moonlight
lets us explore a harder edge to one of the residents of the
Knossos West nest. Reece is the bad boy and likes his sex
on the dirty side but doesn't want a mate; Carmen is rouge
by her choice that finds she can have freedom and still love
nest life and a mate. Reece and Carmen discover together
that you don't have to be the Smith's to have a wonderful
love and fulfilling life by doing it their own way. I have
to say first off that I was sucked in right from the
beginning. Surrender in Moonlight is rougher
in language and actions than the first story in this series
but it matched the characters perfectly. I absolutely loved
that Carmen and Reece surrendered to their love but did it
their own way and those around them just had to deal. The
scenes where Reece learns exactly the type of snake Carmen
is and how they handled was an instant favorite.
Surrender in Moonlight is
a must read pure and simple. The Price sister's have
developed not only a storyline surrounding a new Were
species but also in that they are making their own rules. I
am already waiting impatiently for the next book in this
series. For me not only is this book a must read but it's
a Joyfully Recommended Read.