Friday, June 25, 2010

Review: The Moon's Pull by Beverly Torres

The Moon’s Pull by Beverly Torres

Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Parnormal Romance


Heat Rating: 2


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Blurb

Quentin Blackstone, an old werewolf has come to Hanson, Wyoming to stop his childhood friend from killing the humans. What he didn't expect to find was the beautiful detective, Samantha Woodrow on the case. She stirs passions in him he thought long ago forgotten. But when he looks into her emerald green eyes, his insides sizzle.

Samantha Woodrow knows something beyond passion is happening when she touches Quentin. She can feel him whenever he is near, and the pull of him is so strong, she senses he might be her soulmate.
Can Quentin stop his friend from killing Hanson's inhabitants and find the love he has for hundreds of years denied himself? Will the secret Samantha's grandmother told her when she was little help or haunt her as her desire for Quentin mounts? Only time will tell, as the Moon pulls these two lovers to their destiny.



Angelique’s Review

“The Moon’s Pull” is a paranormal thriller with bite. Ms. Torres sticks with the generally accepted traits for her werewolves, but includes a few surprises of her own.

Samantha is a cop and trying to hold her own on the force. Quentin seems like a reluctant Alpha with one foot in the past. They are a good match for each other and their scenes together are heartfelt with a little steam.

I had a hard time getting into this book. The main characters were great, but everything else seemed pretty flat. The rising action didn’t rise quite high enough and climax was a bit of a letdown. I had higher expectations of this book.

2 Tea Cups!

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