Promised at the Moon (Shifter Rising #1) by Rebekah R. Gainer

PromisedAtTheMoonIf he can save her from her past, she could be his future. 
Natasha Moon is running for her life. Though she’s managed to evade a forced mating, she arrives at a California safe house with no idea if the parents who entrusted her to an enigmatic Alpha are alive or dead.
The lone wolf who gets her to safety draws her like a magnet. But to him, she seems to be just another shifter in need. Just another female he thinks he can boss around.
Liam Grey avoids attachments at all costs. With his own demons to fight, he sticks to relocating shifters in trouble, not playing social worker. But when beautiful, fragile Natasha shows up desperate for more than just a place to stay, his inner wolf howls for a chance to give—and be—everything she needs.
Liam has his hands full keeping Natasha safe from other shifters, and from his own desire. But when Natasha’s ex-boyfriend tracks her down, Liam will have to push beyond the brink to keep her for himself—or lose her for good.
Warning: Contains an Alpha who can’t help sticking his nose in where it’s not wanted, and a feisty female who secretly wishes he’d rethink his paws-off policy.

CreativeDeedsReadsDisclosure1As series starters go, Promised at the Moon did a good job of introducing the characters and laying the ground work for the author’s take on werewolves.

The book starts with Natasha’s escape and continues with her fleeing to a new life. Once she meets Liam, everything changes. At least for her. She doesn’t know that Liam is battling his attraction to her as well.

I liked the twists and turns and getting to know all the characters. Some of them surprised me and my opinions changed, but not all of them.

I also liked the way things worked out in the end, but since Promised at the Moon is part of a series, there’s more to come. 😉



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