Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Review: Coyote Moon by Pat Cunningham

Coyote Moon by Pat Cunningham

Publisher: Siren-Bookstand Publishing
Genre: Paranormal Romance

Heat Rating: 2



It's that time of the month, the full moon, when Willy Alvarez's moods go wonky and her dreams fill up with wolves. A time for hungers she doesn't dare fulfill because they lead to violence. She's resigned herself to a manless life, then Cody Gray arrives.

Cody is cute, funny, charming, and a werecoyote. His nose knows what Willy doesn't: she's half werewolf. He's convinced this repressed half-human she-wolf is his perfect mate. Now he just has to convince her. And quick, because her long-lost pack has learned about her existence, and they've come to town to claim her...

LynnMarie’s Review

Pat Cunningham certainly knows humor. Coyote Moon is a paranormal romance that will have you laughing throughout. After reading this novella you’ll be cheering for the coyotes, not the typical wolf shifters.

Willie is not the feminine type. She’s a mechanic, street smart, and doesn’t fall for sweet talking shifters. Proud of her accomplishments, she still feels like she never fit in with society. Even with her annoying half-sister living under foot, she still feels alone in the world.

Cody is a coyote shifter that just happens to come across Willie when she’s at work. He knows she’s not all human. What surprises him more is that she has no clue that she has some non-‘ape’ blood in her.

The romance is hard coming due to our very reluctant heroine. Good thing she has an equally persistent hero. One that whines at her window at night in coyote form. You get romance, action, and suspense mixed in with this interesting shifter tale.

For a quick, entertaining read that is both complex and original for its length, try Coyote Moon by Pat Cunningham. She’s a new author that I expect to go very far in her career.

4 Tea Cups!

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