Sunday, February 16, 2014

REVIEW: First Moon by Michelle Fox

20601464First Moon by Michelle Fox
My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars

Book Description: 

Audrey Levine, thinks being bitten by a wolf is just another day on the job. She couldn’t be more wrong...

A wildlife rehabilitation specialist, Audrey usually does all the rescuing, but now she's the one who needs help. In ten days, she’ll be covered in fur and howling at the moon while the werewolf who bit her is out there waiting to claim her as his own...whether she wants to be his or not.

The biggest problem? The curvy beauty doesn’t know any of this.

Werewolf, Tao Black, is the strong, silent type, which is an asset in his role as pack enforcer. Hot on the trail of a wolf gone bad, he runs into trouble and is saved by Audrey. Realizing her situation, he vows to protect Audrey from the wolf who bit her, no matter what it takes.

But that means going against his alpha’s orders and that might get them both killed.


Holy crap. That was an action packed rollercoaster! I mean, from page one the book starts off with a murder and it just doesn’t stop! Audrey goes through so much in such a short time that it’s amazing that she didn’t freak out more. I mean, any of the events she experienced I would have (probably, ok…most likely) freaked out over. But she pulled up her boot straps and carried on. Ok, there were a few freak out moments, but nothing like I would have (probably) done.

I found Tao and his brothers interesting. Instead of being human born werewolves, they were wolf born, and they were treated as outcasts. The concept was interesting. And since they author said that there were stories planned for the brothers and someone else you meet in the book, I’m really curious to see how it all plays out. I definitely want more information.

I especially found myself particularly interested in Leo. With the little page time he got, he was an enigma to me. I want more about him. I want to see the guy beneath the quiet and sometimes snarky brother.

Michelle Fox definitely knows how to keep a reader on the edge of their seat. And as much as I loved it, she caused me to ruin my very pretty painted nails because I was biting them as I read. Yes, it was a nail biter. I couldn’t put it down. I HAD to know what was going to happen next.

I can’t wait to see more from Audrey, Tao and their pack.

This copy was kindly provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.

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