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Review: Alpha’s Moon by Renee Rose and Lee Savino

My alpha ordered me to keep away from humans.

My wolf is highly unstable. Nearly feral. I can’t be trusted around civilians.

Certainly not with the lovely kindergarten teacher whose scent drives me wild.

But she needs a fake boyfriend for a weekend wedding trip. A big guy to intimidate her ex.

How can I refuse?

I won’t be directly disobeying an order, because it won’t be a real date.

It will be a nice, clean mission. We’ll have separate rooms.

I’ll keep my wolf on a tight leash.

And no matter how much I want to, I will not mark and claim the sweet human as mine…

These ladies have me totally hooked on werewolves. That’s right, werewolves. This isn’t a genre or trope that I ever expected to enjoy but they give us such incredible characters that I love every single one. Deke is definitely one of my absolute favorites, however. He’s wilder than most and considered to be feral. He’s not even allowed to be around humans because he’s so dangerous. When quiet, unassuming Sadie, a kindergarten teacher, asks the imposing stranger for help, Deke is surprised.

Her creepy ex is stalking her so a big, intimidating guy is exactly what Sadie needs. Of course, it doesn’t hurt that he’s hotter than Hades and sweet as pie, at least to Sadie. His pack can’t believe this is real but Deke can’t stay away from the gorgeous human who stole his heart. This one is full of heat and suspense and I love everything about it.  

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