I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Larissa Ione
Released: September 25th 2017
Series: MoonBound Clan Vampire #2.5
Published by Pocket Star
“I found Lobo endearing and the story and connection with his mate was adorable and just got to me.”
~ Under the Covers
The MoonBound Clan Vampires series is one that started off a bit shaky for me. I really enjoy the idea of this series because even though we are dealing with vampires, this reads a lot to me like a shifter book. It’s in the involvement between the members of each Clan, the rules, the plots. And I love that about it! While the first book was kind of ok for me, the second book was really enjoyable and this novella followed along that second installment. It features a member of the Clan that was kicked out a long time ago because of his ability as a skinwalker and the fact that he can impersonate people and in particular other vampires. The law dictated he should either be killed for that offense or kicked out. And he’s been an outsider ever since, but never straying too far from Clan territory. I found Lobo endearing and the story and connection with his mate was adorable and just got to me. This wasn’t a very long story but it packed all it needed to in it and I hope that if it’s your first taste of Larissa Ione that you’ll go pick up the rest of her books. Yes all of them!
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