just taken over as Alpha of the pack that threw out his closest
friends. Trust is difficult for Jackson, but he takes the advice of
Trey and decides to be the kind of Alpha his pack needs. Now if he
can just find the wolf threatening his position and contain the one
woman he was meant to have above all others, Summer Lambert, his
has been avoiding Jackson for months because she isnít ready to
settle down. Looking forward to an uninterrupted vacation of two
weeks, Summer doesnít realize until it is too late that she is now
the guest of the one Alpha werewolf that she was hoping against hope
to avoid. Then, much to her consternation, Summer finds herself
drawn into Jacksonís world with less reluctance than she would have
Jackson come together as mates and the result is a heat worthy of
any sultry day. There is just one problem in their idyllic world,
someone from Jacksonís pack means to harm and possibly overthrow
Jacksonís position. Will Jackson and Summer be able to find out
just who it is before it is too late?
May I state
that I love Loribelle Huntís wolves? I adore how she portrays them.
They are manly, Alpha, and just downright too sexy for words, and
Jackson is no different. Alpha to the core, I love how he shows his
feelings for Summer and how he allows her to utilize her gifts
without stifling her. Summer, while she was reluctant to admit that
Jackson is her mate; she canít dismiss the fact that the thought of
him not in her life causes her pain. Her wanting to protect him
from harm was a wonderful touch, especially when Summer herself
didnít realize it would happen. Chasing the Moon was
the perfect read for me.
I canít get
enough of Loribelle Huntís novels! I love every aspect of her
stories and find myself constantly perusing the coming soon pages.
Her ability to draw me into her stories and stay there is why I
continue to read books written by this so very talented writer. I
look forward to each and every release!