Review: Edge of Moonlight (Lucani Lovers #3) by Stephanie Julian
Title: Edge of Moonlight
Wolf shifter Kaine Giliati has longed for John Simmons since he willingly agreed to wipe all memory of her from his mind. The pain in her heart is only magnified by terror—the inability to call her wolf appears to have deserted her, as well.
For months after he and his sister escaped a crazed kidnapper, John has been dreaming about a beautiful woman he’s never met but who seems so familiar. A woman he’s shocked to find in a dark bar one night. A woman who agrees to come back to his apartment for raw, passionate sex.
One erotic, stolen night reopens old wounds, uncovers buried memories and sets Kaine and John on a path filled with danger, magic and potential heartbreak.
Author: Stephanie Julian
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: What a Goddess Wants, How To Worship a Goddess, Goddess in the Middle, An Indecent Proposition Part I
Series: Lucani Lovers
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Kiss of Moonlight, Moonlight Menage, Moonlight Temptation, Grace in Moonlight
Published by Moonlit Night Source: Author
Published: February 8, 2016
Genres: Erotic Fantasy Romance, Erotic Paranormal Romance, Fantasy Romance, Paranormal Romance
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I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
As I finished reading Seduced by Two a few months ago I was left with a feeling of I want more of this series and that storyline. As I read Moonlight Menage I felt like it was a continuation, the pursuit of the woman who was behind Tira’s kidnapping had been picked up. I was pleased to see that continue with Edge of Moonlight. I also loved the familiar faces of the characters from the previous books. Readers get to see not only Lucani Lovers, but also some memorable faces from the Magical Seduction series.
I had some issues with Edge of Moonlight. I’m guessing the largest one was me. I just could not get into this one. I liked the characters Kaine and John individually. As a couple they put off huge amonts of sexual tension (always a must in any good romance.) They later heat up the pages with some scorching sex scenes (always a must in any good erotic book.) I just didn’t grasp the relationship that built between them. The overall theme/conflict of the series remained the same. They are still trying to figure out who the evil is behind the kidnappings. I think John’s sister Evie and her mess took away some of the focus of John and Kaine. That did however allow for the buildup for her story, the next book.
I of course will continue reading the series. I am very curious to see how a character and her son play into the kidnapping plot. I also think Evie and her situation are going to be a highly entertaining read. (Sorry for the vagueness there, trying not to give spoilers.)