Review for Forbidden Moon

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Forbidden Moon by Lexi DeHalo

Title: Forbidden Moon
Author: Lexi DeHalo
Publisher: Siren Bookstrand
Pages: 171
Characters: Adam Anderson and Cersin Everett
POV:3rd Person
Sub-Genre: Paranormal, BDSM, Series
Kisses: 4

Adam Anderson must put aside his broken heart for his Pack. Taking on a dangerous mission deep within the mountains is a step in the right direction. When Adam is severely injured, he is rescued by a lone shifter with a past as troubled as his own. What evolves from there is a romance that awakens feelings he hasn’t had since the death of his mate.
After his pack’s betrayal, Cersin Everett swore never to trust again. He resigned himself to a solitary life far away from both pack and past. However, a hunting trip turned rescue mission brings him a man who can teach him what it means to hope again.
As Sin shows Adam his world, it becomes harder for them to deny their growing feelings. But theirs is a forbidden match, an unmated pairing. They will have to either surrender their newfound love or be torn apart by the world outside the sanctuary of Sin’s home.
The first thing readers should know is that it is necessary to read the first story in this series before moving on to Forbidden Moon. That being said, once the readers have an understanding of the world in which the Be-Were series takes place, they will find themselves eager for more. I could not help being drawn in by these two characters.
Adam is his pack’s head enforcer. As such he is used to being put in dangerous positions; however there is a gentleness about him that makes the reader want him to find his happily ever after. Cersin, or Sin, is one tough SOB, yet once the reader learns his story they will understand why he is that way. Each of these men has a tough past yet that only makes the connection between them stronger. I wondered how it would be possible for Adam and Sin to get together since Adam had already met, and been denied by, his mate. The author does a good job explaining the circumstances surrounding the claiming, or not, of mates and while she goes on to stress that these two are not true mates I cannot help but think differently. The passion between these two is hot, especially when the Alpha in Sin comes out.
The story does not just center on Adam and Sin, however. Someone is trying to take over Adam’s pack. There are a lot of little twists going on in this story. Previous characters pop up, some help the men in their battle to protect the pack, and others are out to destroy it. I am glad the author also chose this time to clear up one of the loose ends from the first story.
Forbidden Moon sets up future stories by introducing allies, as well as, enemies. The possibility of an upcoming battle looks good, which gives the author plenty of angst to work with. I could not help being drawn into this world and am looking forward to the next addition to the series.
Reviewed By: Lydia
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