"Best of the werewolf moon series so far"
The DC police inform artist Savannah Carpenter that they
believe her sister Charlotte accidentally fell off rocks at
Rock Creek Park leading to her being at George Washington
University Hospital in a coma. Savannah thinks otherwise as
she feels someone pushed her sibling who was looking into
strange happenings at Club Eighteen better known as the
Castle by its rich S&M patrons.
When the Castle's guards see Savannah taking photos of
their clients, they go after her, but a large wolf rescues
her. Investigative reporter Lance Marshall offers to team
up with Savannah as he senses a story that could help her
learn what happened to Charlotte. She agrees. They enter
the club albeit to have fun, but also to obtain the truth.
However, like the Hotel California it is easy to enter, but
impossible to leave.
The York werewolf moon novels contains several excellent
paranormal romantic suspense tales (see CRIMSON MOON), but
SHADOW OF THE MOON may be the best of the series so far.
The action-packed story line is fast-paced and filled with
sexual tension accentuated by the danger that the audience
will taste as if we have the enhanced sense of a werewolf.
The lead couple is a delightful pairing as they investigate
the goings on at the club, what happened to Charlotte, and
the attraction between them in a gripping thriller.
by Harriet Klausner
Posted May 30, 2006
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted January 18, 2007