Mickale Morgan has finally heard the
calling of his mate. Now, all he has to do is find her.
Mickale never thought that he would literally run into her
during a minor treadmill accident at his health club. But,
once he caught wind of Sydney Skeller’s alluring scent,
Mickale knows she is the one who had howled to him. The
attraction between them is intense and instant, so much so
that Mickale immediately marks Sydney as his mate.
Sydney Skeller is a teacher by trade and
she loves reading books, so when she finds an ancient book,
she just has to take it home to discover what it entails. As
it turns out, the old, mysterious book is a guide on how to
summon and maintain a relationship with your special immortal
being. Hah! Everyone knows that immortals are not real -
well, with the exception of werewolves, of course. Sydney was
raised in a family of werewolf slayers and her father is
determined to bring her into the hunting circle regardless of
how she feels about it.
No matter how hard she tries, Sydney
can’t seem to ignore “The Guide Book”. So, Sydney, with the
support of her girlfriends, decides to follow the instructions
from the book by calling upon her immortal dream mate. ‘Lo
and behold – it worked! Her mate is no other than Mickale
Morgan. Will Sydney be able to uphold a peacefully balanced
life between her new mate and her werewolf hunting family?
I found Kissin’ In The Moonlight
to be a very humorous and suspenseful read. The plot was an
amazingly funny, adventurous teaser with a mixture of
super-hot sex. The sentiments of
love, passion, and danger were well-built characteristics
within this novel. From start to finish, I was taken
from one emotion to the next – from relentlessly bowing over
with laughter one minute, to being caught up in the rapture of
intense, heated desire or biting my nails eager to see how
Sydney and Mickale would handle their numerous dangerous
situations. The magnificent
chemistry between the couple, the countless comical relief
from the secondary characters, along with an easy flow of
words made Kissin’ In The Moonlight an appealing
tale that was hard to put down.