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MOONLIGHT HERO by JESSICA COULTER SMITH

Summary

Alpha werewolf Gabriel Andrews is stunned when his mate comes bursting through the door of his garage. Running from a ravenous vampire, Kiera is happy to see the hot mechanic. A confrontation between the couple and the vampire forces Gabriel to announce Kiera as his mate. When the vampire throws down the gauntlet, demanding that Gabriel and Kiera marry in order to prove that she's really the alpha's mate, Gabriel is only too happy to agree. Kiera on the other hand has her doubts. Coming from a small town in Tennessee where werewolves do not associate with other shifters, the little werefox can't believe that Gabriel could really want her in his life.

Will these two have a happily ever after? Or will Kiera's past life and an angry vampire keep them apart?

Categories: Vampires / Werewolves Shape-shifter Contemporary

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"Book 2 in the Ashton Grove Werewolves series"
Reviewed by Missy Brown
Posted June 17, 2009

Running from a vampire, Kiera stumbles upon a garage. Hoping to hide from the vampire, she slips inside. Enter our hero, pack alpha Gabriel Andrews, who is delighted at finding his mate stumble into his place of business. But with his mate came a threat to her life; declairing her Read more...


"Jessica Coulter Smith just keeps getting better."
Reviewed by Alicia Crider
Posted June 17, 2009

Kiera, a werefox, finds herself in deep trouble when she catches the eye of a vampire who wants nothing more than to drain her dry. Running from him in the night she takes shelter in an auto repair shop and in the arms of the owner, Gabriel Andrews, local alpha Read more...


 

Moonlight Hero
(Ashton Grove Werewolves: Book 2)
by Jessica Coulter Smith

Wild Horse Press
May 1, 2009
Available: May 26, 2009
ISBN #144216266X
EAN #9781442162662
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