Jaguar shifter Sebastian Severino is an enigma. He lives alone, works alone, and will die alone. But the night he’s attacked by a female werewolf, nothing will ever be the same. And when his young niece is kidnapped, Sebastian, the deadliest assassin Nero has ever produced, will be forced to choose a side...
Isabelle Wood has never taken the easy path. As a bounty hunter and now a bitten werewolf without a mate, she’s searching for answers to her father’s disappearance while helping to lead an Alphaless Pack. The night she gets the opportunity to take out their enemy, with her blade at his throat, her wolf discovers her mate in the last person she can be with.
Each book in the Moon series is a standalone, full-length story that can be enjoyed out of order.
Book #1 Moonlight
Book #2 Hunter's Moon
Book #3 Blood Moon
Book #4 Harvest Moon
Book #5 Ice Moon
Book #6 Blue Moon
Book #7 Wolf Moon
Book #8 New Moon
This is the first book in this this series.that I've read. Now I'm upset because I have to read the rest of them lol. I really liked this book and am interested in learning about the other folks in this story. I also had no issues reading this book before reading any of the others. It was very well done so that this story stood on its on. I was happy about that.
Not sure what Sebastian had done in prior books since I've not read them so I wasn't predisposed to dislike him. He seemed somewhat conflicted but in the end he not only chose sides he chose the right one. Any side that harms women and children is the wrong one in my opinion. My only regret was that he had to kill his father. Not that I regret he was killed because that man needed killing. I just regret that Sebastian had to be the one who did it
Isabelle was my type of heroine honest, strong, brave, and as my granny would say spunky. I believe this is the first time I've read a shifter book where a shifter found their mate by trying to kill them. I liked that she didn't let him leave her out even though he tried his level best to protect her She wasn't having it.
I give this book 4 stars and was given this book by via Netgalley in exchange for a fair and honest review and this is no way influenced my opinion.