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Sunday, January 15, 2012
Onyx Moon (1Night Stand GLBT series) by Ann Mayburn
I am so enjoying Ann Mayburn’s stories in the 1 Night Stand series. They can also be found as a sub series she calls Prides of the Moon. I enjoy that she continues to expand on the storyline, yet the all the stories can be read alone.
I met Marcus in the prior 1NS story, Turquoise Moon. I never dreamed that he would be next in line for a story. He is to be the next Alpha of the Onyx Moon Pride. His pride is in need of a shaman, and Marcus is in need of a beta. Since he has a deep distrust for magic, his only option is to find a beta shaman that he can bond with and know his mates heart and soul.
For several years all Vashan has known is pain and loneliness. Since the moment of his first shift he has been a pariah among his people. All their love and trust was ripped away from on that day. Now all he wants is to belong. He signs up with Madame Eve’s service. He hopes to meet a mate and become part of a pride.
Their meeting is electrified, but quickly turns ugly. As Marcus tries to earn back Vashan’s trust, they open up and find what each other was missing.
I enjoyed their story. Ms. Mayburn did a great job conveying their past pain in such a short time. The one bummer about short stories is the inability to continue a great storyline. My only hope is soon Ms. Mayburn will continue their journey to find their next Alpha.
Onyx Moon is a sexy hot read about two men who overcome their pasts to be able to start their futures. You can’t help but cheer them on and fan yourself after their hot and steamy 1 Night Stand.
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