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Eternal Moon by Rebecca York

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Cover art: Eternal Moon Reviewer: Danielle Mason
Title: Eternal Moon
Author: Rebecca York
Publisher: Berkley Sensational
ISBN-13: 978-0425227008
Release Date: April 2009
Genre/Sub-genre: Paranormal Romance
Year/Setting: Present day, Maryland
Overall Rating: 5.0
Sexual Content Rating: Sensual
Language (Profanity/Slang) Content Rating: Moderate
Violent Content Rating: Moderate
Rebecca's Website/Blog: www.rebeccayork.com


While on an undercover investigation trying to find a man killing female real estate agents, P.I. Renata Cordona is almost attacked by a pack of feral dogs. What saves her is a wolf that comes out of nowhere and chases the pack away. What Renata doesn't know is that the wolf is Jacob Marshall, a shape shifter and dog whisperer.

After shifting back into human form Jacob finds clothes and goes to check on Renata When face to face Renata and Jacob cannot deny the connection between them. What both don't know is the pull they feel for one another goes back centuries, Renata and Jacob are the reincarnations of an ancient goddess and her lover. Two people that have been fighting a demon to be together. So far the demon is winning and if he wins this time around there will be no going back for them.

Throughout the book Renata continues to try to find the killer with help from Jacob. That is until Renata accuses Jacob of being the killer and they end up hiding with Jacob's family in another world. It is in this other world where Jacob and Renata get in touch with their original selves and find out not only how to defeat the demon that is keeping them apart but also how to catch the killer before he strikes again.

How Renata and Jacob interact together throughout the book is seamlessly flawless except when Renata accuses Jacob of being the killer. That is really the only bump they come to and it is short lived. When it comes to fighting the demon they come together and join both of their powers with little to no practice which just proves that they are indeed made to be with one another.

This book kept me at the edge of my seat throughout all of it wondering what is going to happen. I couldn't put it down and cannot wait to read more from Rebecca York!

Danielle

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