I have to tell you this writer has failed to ever write a bad book. Seriously, everything she writes thouroughly entertains me.
Ghost Moon is no exception. It is a book that brings back a cast of some beloved characters and keeps true to form.
I have to admit this was a bit more complicated of a storyline in that it had a ghost, a visitor from another astral plane, werewolves, bad blood among cousins, a rebel leader in another world, a crazy maniac militant bent on blowing up D.C., a dead man, and lots of sexy situations.
Quinn is a woman from another world parrallel to our universe who opens a veil between our world and hers to bring a rebel leader's wife to safety. She teams up with Rinna and Logan (New Moon) who will help her learn about modern day Earth so she can better protect the pregnant wife of the rebel leader, Griffin, from her home world that is under attack. In the process, she stumbles across Caleb Marshall, who is the ghost of a werewolf who was murdered by his cousin 75 years ago. Quinn has psychic powers that allows her to form a bond and communicate with the sexy ghost. He is totally alpha and makes his attraction to her known right from the start. (Seriously, so sensual I thought the pages would burn up.) She falls for him but is torn between loving him because he is a ghost and the fact he is hell bent on revenge against the very people who are helping her to protect her leader's wife.
Just when Quinn believes their chance at a relationship is hopeless along come two men sent by a militant leader to bury a body in the forest.
Caleb takes over the man's life and he is able to make love to Quinn, as well as, finally be able to exact revenge on the Marshall Clan. Quinn must decide between her love of Caleb and her loyalty to the Marshalls. Which will she choose?
Every twist and turn that the book takes is well thought out. Romantic, sexy and action-packed Rebecca York again has found the way to blend romantic suspense, paranormal, science-fiction into a mesmorizing story. Clever writing that pulls together in a satisfying ending.
This was an exciting read that I devoured in two days. I have read every single book in the Moon series and by far Killing Moon has always been my favorite but now I have to add Ghost Moon too.