High Tide at Harvest Moon by Taryn Blackthorne

High Tide at Harvest Moon by Taryn Blackthorne
Series: Fundy Bay Pack #1
Published by Blackthorne Publishing on September 15, 2016
Genres: Paranormal, Werewolves, Young Adult
Pages: 290
Format: eBook
Source: Author
Purchase on: Amazon// Barnes & Noble
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I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.


The Fundy waves are rushing in, and Lexi's time is running out... Very human Lexi Coolen has always been self-reliant and resilient; two traits that helped her survive her adolescence and ultimately escape her mother's Wolf Pack. For years she's been avoiding any trace of the supernatural world, looking for a nice, normal place to call home. A charming university town, Wolfville, Nova Scotia might just be the spot. But when her roommate's date turns out to be a member of the local Pack, Lexi finds out she's inadvertently broken Pack law and the price could be her life. She's got to prove she's not a threat to the womanizing, annoyingly handsome, Beta leader, Kerr MacDonald. To make matters worse, Lexi discovers the local Alpha thinks she's something called a Queller, an unimaginable paranormal treasure. And Kerr is being cagey, in more ways than one. Unable to run, incapable of fighting back, Lexi's got to figure out a way to keep herself alive against a rising tide of magic, monsters and mayhem.


I’m a sucker for shifters and shifter romance. So when I was approached to review High Tide at Harvest Moon by Taryn Blackthorne, I was excited! Fictional romance between characters that seem to hate each other really is a favorite trope of mine, so to see Lexi fight her attraction to Kerr was fantastic!

The build-up to the inevitable romance was great! You see Kerr trying to do everything right and being so damn dreamy, while Lexi remains prickly. With good reason we find out, but even she can’t keep him out for long. The writing is hot and sexy. The major complaint I had, however, was how jarring the start was. It definitely doesn’t fit in with the rest of the story and immediately throws you off of Kerr, and a bit off of Lexi too.

Once you get past the start of the story, you really begin to feel for everyone involved. For Lexi and all she’s been through, for Kerr and what he’s been through (even though we don’t really know it all because a man with mysteries is always fairly sexy), and for pack policies. High Tide at Harvest Moon by Taryn Blackthorne is definitely a good start to a new werewolf romance series that I definitely want more of!


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