Only a few months have passed since Declan O’Connell was infected with a life-altering virus: the moon now holds sway over him as his inner wolf
emerges. Such big changes can put a damper on many things, especially his heartfelt desire to win back his lost love, Pelicia Cobb. Difficulties from their past, however, may prove more detrimental to the fate of Declan’s attempted wooing than his monthly
Pelicia has never gotten over Declan or
his betrayal. Picking up the pieces and struggling to survive have become the focus of her life, until gunshots find their way into her home. Declan’s
simultaneous unwelcome arrival may only be coincidence, but Pel will only see what she wants regarding this man. Like it or not, Pel may soon be forced to agree with Declan.
Mysterious circumstances and unfortunate deaths put Pel directly in danger’s sights. Declan is determined to protect her. His
new nature may prove most helpful, but how will Pel respond to this change in him? Will she fear him, despise him, or possibly accept him—fur, tail, bark, and all? Declan is determined to use whatever advantage he has to save her—even if it means losing her.
After years of producing bestsellers, Sherrill Quinn knows how to weave a tale sure to captivate her audience.
Set only a few months after Seducing the Moon, this sequel utilizes the original protagonists and familiar settings of the first installment. Quinn establishes a functional plot and storyline, working the new with the old,
to generate early appeal.