Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Review: Harvest Moon (Cat Clan) by C.L. Bevill

Synopsis (Goodreads):
Emma is a member of the Cat Clan. She is an animal shifter who was brutally turned when she was only fourteen years old. Wheeler is the leader of the Cat Clan. He is another shifter who brought Emma into his realm when he scented her presence in another state. Because of her violent introduction to the world of weres, Wheeler has been dancing around Emma for years, waiting for her to adjust and realize their innate attraction. On the cusp of that relationship, Emma is taken by a group of humans that ruthlessly use shifters as big game and experimentation. Both will fight to overcome circumstances. Emma will battle to survive. Wheeler will struggle to find Emma before it's too late.
My Thoughts: Loosely connected to the Moon Trilogy series by some of the characters introduced in Black Moon.  I have to say that this was my favorite story of the group.  The characters felt well-rounded, the action moved along and the glimpses of the past kept me interested.  I loved Wheeler for his decision to let Emma grow into herself.  I thought it was very well done and it gave him a chance to learn who she was while still making me feel like they were two characters who were destined to be together.  Emma's lack of understanding as far as the mating habits of the Clan made sense as did her standoffish attitude with the other shifters.

Overall, it was a fun, fast read that kept me interested and entertained from beginning to end.  The world is nicely realized and the characters are intriguing enough for me to want more.

Other reviews in this series:
Moon Trilogy

More books by C.L. Bevill

Reading challenges: The E-book Challenge, The Paranormal Romance Challenge, The Shifter Challenge, The Show Me the Free Challenge
Harvest Moon was a free Kindle download I picked up 10/28/11.

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