Blue Moon Saloon: Three-book collection, Volume Two

Behind the doors of the Blue Moon Saloon, alpha shifters confront their darkest fears and deepest desires.

Discover a rich world of startling revelations, ruthless enemies, and hot-blooded romance. Witness a fierce, loving bear/wolf pack emerge as a force to be reckoned with in the desert Southwest. Follow the characters you love and meet new heroes & heroines straight through to the series finale. And save $$$ over the price of three individual titles!

Salvation, Book 4, is a deeply emotional tale of loss, love, and discovery. Get your tissues ready!

In Deception, Book 5, a tenacious she-wolf thrusts herself into danger, risking it all for her destined mate and the shifter families she loves.

Finally, in Celebration, join the whole clan for holiday festivities and tear-jerking happy ends in a series finale guaranteed to satisfy!

These highly acclaimed, emotional tales feature wounded heroes, powerful alphas, kickass heroines, and the spellbinding scenery of the desert Southwest. Everything you need for an unforgettable bear/wolf shifter romance!

So far l haven’t read a book by this author l haven’t liked. Her characters strike a cord in your heart and before you know it your so involved in their lives and reaching for the next story. There are 6 stories in blue moon saloon series, this set has 3 of them.

Each of her series intertwine the characters with cameo visits from other series. I really enjoy this and get a buzz when reading ,for example, Pearls of desire series have some of the wolves from the Twin moon stories lend a helping hand. Recommended reading.🤓

jennine

I was told before that you can tell a talented author by the way they have you invest and feel toward their characters and this book had me see a few in a completely new light. While I enjoyed the first three books I couldn’t believe Sarah and Soren had the audacity to use Todd during moonlust, then treat him like the bad guy not even allowing him around his son. And while I understand the need to protect your family, a “hey I’m not dead” to someone you supposedly view as a sister (especially once you thought the danger was over) would have been nice. Honestly don’t know if I would have been as easy going about it as Anna.

MoniL

Author: Reluctant Retiree

Living in FL and enjoying life.

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