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Strange Moon: Part Two: BBW Werewolf Romantic Suspense Mystery Kindle Edition
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This book picks up right where the first novel left off. Dylan and Ada are in some serious danger after an evil that poses a real struggle overtakes the werewolf town of Sonequa. I was glad the danger brought answers to some of the wild mysteries created in the first book. Sonequa is a strange, enchanted place that's largely a lonely shifter town with a dash of Twilight Zone thrown in.
In her trademark Style, Ms. Steele puts her characters through the wringer before they find a HEA. I was glad Dylan and Ada ended up together despite everything that happened. Hope there will be more from this amazing shifted romance author!
OK, now I have to go get some sleep. I, er, sort of forgot to go to bed while I was reading this last night.
I loved the way the mysteries unravel - Steele does a fantastic job of keeping you hooked into the story. It's the classic 'just one more page' thing where you end up realizing you've read for way longer than you'd intended and now you're so close to the end you just have to keep going!
I loved the characters: Ada, in particular, who came across as a very *real* woman. She's the perfect example of how even the strongest people are undermined by doubts and insecurities, but also that, ultimately, everyone is capable of the kind of strength needed to take on the world. She's a character you care about, but more, a character with the power to inspire.
More than anything, though, I loved that when I finished this late last night I really didn't see the end coming. It's the kind of ending that knocks you sideways at the time but with hindsight seems perfect and ineveitable, and a very fitting climax to this fab series.