Gabrielle Hearn is a Guardian, and a
witch, who lives in New York. Her job is to stay between
humans and the preternatural and keep track of who’s doing
what to whom. As part of this job description, Gabrielle is
judge and jury but the Council is her boss and make the
final decisions on sentences. The idea is to keep humans
from learning about the others who live among them. Right
now Gabrielle has two headaches – one is a serial killer who
is obviously a lycanthrope and the other is Shep.
Lieutenant Sheppard “Shep” Germaine
joined the NYPD in hopes of forgetting what he was and to
have a normal life. Being a werewolf, and the son of a
council member, could have given Shep a pretty easy life –
if he wanted to accept that, which he didn’t. But this
serial killer is very close to outing the preternatural and
that can’t be allowed. In order to find the killer before
it’s too late, Shep is going to have to request the help of
someone else he’s been trying to forget – Gabrielle.
The heat that has always been between
Gabrielle and Shep hasn’t gone anywhere, which becomes very
apparent when they meet to discuss how to capture the
killer. It’s a passion that neither can ignore any longer
if they are going to have any hope of working together.
Clues and research have shown there is something larger in
their world behind what’s going on. So Gabrielle calls upon
a secret source she has for the answers. When all the clues
are put together and figured out, Gabrielle and Shep know
exactly what they have to do. Now, can it be done in time
to save the next victim?
Can one sexy shape shifter and a
gorgeous witch find a way to stop a serial killer?
Blood on the Moon threads the line between the
preternatural and humans to keep both safe. Gabrielle works
hard at her job of keeping humans from discovering just what
and who live along side them. Shep has all but turned his
back on his history to find a new life among humans. I was
surprised at just how much heat burned between Gabrielle and
Shep when they lived in the same city and avoided each
other. I was totally unsurprised with their erotic night,
which told them both their passion was something to be
discovered and expanded on. The twists and turns of
discovering the killer were well done and I was surprised at
just who else showed up along the way. The trust between
Gabrielle and Shep proved important as they stopped the
killers plans. Blood on the Moon is a great
story that has both erotic and dangerous parts that keep you
turning the pages.