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Sunday, January 15, 2012
Amethyst Moon (Prides of the Moon, 5) by Ann Mayburn
As the Prides of Moon and the 1 Night Stand series continue, we seem to be concluding Marcus and Vashan’s story with Amethyst Moon. In this story we meet Noah. He is a troubled man, thrust into the world of shifters. Not only does he have to learn how to be a shifter and act properly, he must take care and be submissive to his Alpha, Giselle. Which is very hard for him, considering he had a very dominate personality as a human. He also can’t bond with her properly because he is gay, so he sets out to find an Alpha and Beta who can.
Marcus and Vashan need a female Alpha to complete them. Their need to procreate is inbred into them and they wish to complete that bond. They are contacted by Madame Eve to meet with a beta. All she asks is to hear him out.
I do believe I have found a 1NS that has left me wanting. While I enjoyed the dominance play between Marcus and Noah (Yo Howdy!!), this story seems unfinished to me. I believe it is because we were not introduced to Giselle, so their mating bond as a foursome was never completed. I can actually see why it wasn’t able to be completed due to this being a short story, but I was still not satisfied. I really can’t see how I could have been satisfied because of the time constraints. I think the other problem is that I can’t see a short story being written about Giselle. My fingers are crossed though.
I do have to say though their bonding was sizzling hot and ummm just WOW! I do hope to hear more from Ms. Mayburn. I have come to truly enjoy her Prides of the Moon series.
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