Kane has returned from banishment to
pursue the woman, she wolf, who he has always loved. Years
ago when he wanted to claim her as his he was banished by his
grandfather who wanted Veda for Kaneís older brother, the pack
alpha. The years that Kane hasnít seen Veda have done nothing
to squelch his love or desire for her. He will do anything he
can to get her to run under that Lycaon Moon so he can claim
her and his heritage.
Veda left her pack and all of its rules
after Kane abandoned her and broke her heart years ago. She
has become a bounty hunter and lets no one know she is a wolf,
she wonít even run outside of her loft. She takes what
pleasure she can with human lovers, though she knows she wants
more. Suddenly Kane is back and seems to be pursuing her with
the intention of not taking no for an answer and suddenly all
of her freedom and inner peace seems to have flown away. But,
will she trust Kane again?
Spicy werewolf tale is the way to
describe Lycaon Moon. Can a woman deny her love
and destiny with sheer will alone? I was enticed by the
synopsis of Lycaon Moon and the story did not
dissapoint. It was well written and with enough spice and
plot to the story line to keep me interested. Great addition
to the genre.