Touching the Moon by Lisa M. Airey
Paperback, 272 pages
Published November 11th 2012 by Aakenbaaken & Kent
Source: Author for honest review
A gifted healer with a genetic secret and a haunted past, Julie Hastings takes her new veterinary degree to South Dakota hoping to bury memories of a physically abusive stepfather and unprotective mother.Although intending to lead a quiet life, she finds herself relentlessly pursued by two unwelcome suitors: the Chief of Police and a powerful member of the Sioux Indian Nation.
The man she chooses shatters her world-view.Her stepfather taught her that not all monsters run on four legs. Now Julie must face another truth—some beasts are good. – Goodreads
My Opinion: I really enjoyed the book. I read it in two days. Julie was a pretty good character. She is someone that you can to because of how she towards animals and the way that even though she is afraid of Gray because of her stepfather she still trusts him enough to keep her alive, on numerous occasions. I love how she is vet and that she helps so many animals.
I also really enjoyed the way the mystery of the murders worked around her locations and where she was at. I found the “stalking” moments that she felt with her suitors sometimes really funny. I loved how they both tried to be what she needed, without actually trying to listen to what she wanted from them. I really really really liked Gray in his wolf form. He was so cute the way he protected her and the way that he was just there for her.
Something that I really liked was the way that the twist happened at the end. I did not expect that to happen. I think it worked really well. I was surprised after the “kidnapping” what happened. I didn’t expect that those people would be involved in her kidnapping from the kidnapper. Overall, the story was fast-paced and it was a good mystery and thriller. I enjoyed reading it.
Overall: 4 out of 5
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