Tensions in the born vampire territory are high as intrigue and betrayal threaten to tear apart the main vampire council. In the center of it all is a woman who remembers nothing beyond the day before the initial Moon virus outbreak.
Lexi has been called crazy more than once in her life, so when she finds herself in a creek with no clue how she got there, she assumes she’s finally lost her mind. That is until she discovers her frightening heritage and ends up in the care of a sexy shapeshifter who refuses to accept that she’s too much trouble. As Lexi comes to terms with who she is, an unknown enemy is determined to use her as a weapon against her father. Will she end up being little more than a pawn in a madman’s scheme?
Zane has always been impulsive and somewhat irresponsible, knowing that as the youngest, his father doesn’t expect much from him. That is until his father’s position as leader of the lynx shapeshifters is threatened, and he issues Zane an ultimatum—find a mate or accept the mate his father has chosen for him. Zane has little hope of finding his true mate until he rescues a mysterious woman. He has no clue how she ended up in lynx territory—he only knows that Lexi is his, and he will do anything to protect her.
4 out of 5 (very good)
In a two for one special, you get two sexy lynx stories of complete opposites. On the one hand, you have Cam and Claire, with Cam still chasing after Claire but to no avail. On the other hand, you have Zane and Lexi where the attraction (and the mating) is almost instantaneous.
By focussing on these two stories, you feel so much more depth and emotion from the two couples as they balance each other out. Lexi is a wonderful character that is well-rounded out. Claire continues to fight her attraction to Cam, and remains a pillar of strength for Connor.
Well written, well paced, and with no editing or grammatical errors that I found, this is a wonderful addition to the Moon Virus series. Mitchell intrigues me more and more with every book, but I'll say no more as I don't want to spoil it for anyone else. Definitely recommended.
* I received this book from the author in return for a fair and honest review. *
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Cassandra Lawson is an author and homeschooling mother of three from the San Francisco Bay area. She has always had a very active imagination and loves making up stories. When she is not writing, she enjoys baking, spending time with her family, listening to music, or curling up with a good book.