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    Quick with great characters!

    This sexy short is book 7 in the Crescent Moon series and features Hudson and Erica. The book started with these two already together. It was a lack of communication that threw it all off and had Hudson scrambling to make it all right again. This is a quick read with fabulous characters. I can’t wait to read more.
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    Great Shifter Romance

    I've read all the novellas in this series and have loved almost all of them which is saying something because I tend to steer clear of novellas. I need the drawn out angst and slow build of a full novel, but the Crescent Moon series has just worked for me. In Wolf's Mate the couple are already seeing each other when the story starts, so no unnecessary time wasting - the story gets going right off the bat. This is a quick read, though didn't feel rushed at all. There's no unnecessary drama, there's a little lack of communication rather than miscommunication, both of them were a bit guilty of that but given that's all the drama I was perfectly okay with it even though Hudson was a bit of an idiot to let it happen in the first place. Arc received from Netgalley for review
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    Loved it!

    This series of novellas is really enjoyable. You can read them as standalone so you aren't missing out if you hop into this one first. Normally I don't enjoy the reluctant hero very much but the author did a great job of showing us that he had no doubts when it came to Erica. Hudson is over a 100 years older than her and he thought with her being so much younger that he would scare her off if he got all possessive with her right away. He clearly showed he wanted her to stay. Unfortunately, Erica expected him to want to claim her right away so his hesitancy to do so sent her the wrong signals. This may sound like this is an angsty read, but it really isn't. I didn't worry over these two because their feelings for each other clearly translated on the pages. This is the kind of book I like to read if I want something quick, fun and that will satisfies my like for a jealous/possessive hero.
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    All alpha hero! Loved it!

    Hudson and Erica agree to a casual fling. A fling that Erica is now wishing was more. When it’s time for her to return to her home state, Hudson’s “stay a few more days” isn’t the proclamation of love she would like. A month later she’s returning to Hudson because things just got serious and she is forced to confront him, this time in person rather than phone, text or Skype. This is a very nice shifter novella that starts after this couple have been together. I loved how Hudson, from a different generation than Erica, was trying not to rush her but once she returned he wouldn’t let her leave. While Erica was pretty independent, I appreciated that she longed for that something more from Hudson. I never felt truly aggravated with him as the story wasn’t long enough to give me a chance to garner those emotions. Hudson is all alpha, all possessive, and all protective and this novella was long enough to highlight that fact. A fact that I love. There are secondary characters that support the hero and heroine and some that I would like to have more from. The steam is high as is the chemistry between these two. Overall, a very enjoyable read when you need something fast with a great alpha hero. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book provided by NetGalley. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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    Wolf's Mate

    Wolf’s Mate is another exciting story in the Crescent Moon series by Katie Reus / Savannah Stuart. Erica has spent a little time away from her pack for fun but just when she starting to get a little homesick, she meets Hudson and a no-strings fling has her falling in love. Hudson wanted to go slow and give Erica space in the hopes of not scaring her off unfortunately for him his she-wolf is determined to keep walls between them. This relationship is sticky, sweet, passionate and brings two emotionally confused wolves together as Erica and Hudson try to work through their feelings and determine if they are mates or not. The plot is fast paced and keeps readers glued to the pages with the romance suspense but also Hudson’s pack is having a bit of difficulty with another pack, so readers are introduced to two new packs and still get in some time with the Alpha of the Crescent Moon pack – Grant. As always the characters are strong, captivating, easily connected to and draw their readers into their story and while the story is short, it is a delightful read with a fulfilling story because the author doesn’t try to pack too many happenings into too short of a book. The introduction to the new characters caught my attention which means that I hope means that Katie Reus continues to provide me Crescent Moon stories.
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