30 September 2014

Accepting the Moon: Prequel by K. S. Haigwood

 There is a new Alpha Wolf in town, and she is about to change everything.
Mena had all she wanted in life: a nice house, money, a successful husband who treated her like a queen.
That was, until she found out her marriage was all a lie, and things she never thought could exist, did.
Vampires are real.
Werewolves are real.
And Mena is not human anymore.

Well she has done it again. K.S Haigwood has given us a glimpse into her new series that will surely have you gasping for air, sitting on the edge of your seat and once again leave you pondering what you believe in and what you would do if you were faced with those challenges.  She takes a simple idea and weaves it into a movie for the mind and a story for the soul. 
Mena is what we would consider the average housewife.  Married to her husband and believing her life was going well until the night she discovered he was having an affair.  Mena wasn’t going to crumble to the floor and let depression consume her; she was going to fight back.  Leaving him and driving away, she had no idea what she really left and what she was going to face in the next few hours. 
When Jaxon, the leader of the vampires, finds Mena, his intentions were not to save her.  When the scene began to unfold between Mena and her husband, the truth will leave Mena in a new realm of existence that will carry her to become the leader of the werewolf pack, the number one enemy of Jaxon and his group.
The author gave us a great foundation for this series.  Mena who is not only going to have to find a way to get the werewolves to accept her leadership and follow her commands, she will need to learn how their community functions.  She will also have to deal with the fact she had been married to man for years that she never really knew.  Let’s throw in the fact the police are going to want their questions answered about the dead body, her husband and the lead investigator is a real hotty. 
What happens when feelings for Jaxon and the hot cop come into play for Mena?  K.S Haigwood has set us up for what appears to be a fantastic ride with this series.  I can hardly wait to see where she takes us.  I am not very familiar with this genre but it doesn’t surprise me that the author is going to once again try to find the compromise between good and evil in life and make me totally invested in her writing.  


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