"For those who love reading romance and shifters"
Take one female book store owner (you'll love
Rippers and Baubles"!); add one injured were-wolf (Highland
of course) and throw in various really bad guys and you can
experience the CALL OF THE HIGHLAND MOON!
Poor Gideon, during a fight for leadership of the pack's
ground, he is drawn by a mystifying scent. This is not the
time to find a mate! Gideon is injured in a fight with
and ends up at Carly's back door -- still in wolf form.
Carly, who is looking for a "nice dog" takes him in. Carly
worried about sales and taxes to want more than a new dog.
next morning she finds a naked Highlander in her bed, who-
Snow storms and villains trap the two together. Oh, did I
there is a bakery involved? Family and friends keep the
twisted and fun. For those who love reading romance and
will want to read CALL OF THE HIGHLAND MOON!
Reviewed by Michele Patrykus
Posted November 22, 2008
Gideon is a werewolf of the Scottish Highlands. He loves the haunting beauty of his home, but faced with the prospect of being his clan's next alpha, he runs away to upstate New York to grapple with his destiny. As a snowstorm closes in, Gideon is attacked by rogue wolves
working for a mysterious enemy more evil than he can imagine.
As a wounded wolf, he collapses on the doorstep of Carly's tiny romance bookstore---ironic, as she hasn't been so successful with men, but she's great with animals. Carly takes home what she thinks is an injured dog, treats his wounds, and wakes up to find a devastatingly handsome naked man in her bed.
Trapped together through the raging storm, Gideon discovers that he's found his mate, and Carly has to choose between becoming a werewolf, charged with protecting humankind from the inhabitants of an evil otherworld, or giving up the one man she's ever truly loved.