Hayden Crowe fronts an all-girls band down in Austin, Texas. Between tending bar so her sister can stay in school and dealing with the fallout after their addict father skipped town, she hasn’t exactly had time to join the social media freak out over the recent outing of vampires and werewolves. Her world comes crashing down the night she’s attacked in an alley after a gig and bitten by a feral werewolf. Unable to return home for fear of hurting her sister, and with a message scrawled across her arm warning HOSPITALS NOT SAFE, Hayden is left with just one option…Him.Ethan Caldwell doesn’t do relationships. Adopted son of the pack Alpha, he lives a solitary life as a barista and artist. Things three years ago with Hayden Crowe… went too far. By pack law, she couldn’t be told what he was. Ending it was for her own protection. But when Hayden shows up on his doorstep, newly changed and in danger, Ethan defies his father’s orders to stay away. Someone in the paranormal community is hunting her, and hell if he’s going to fail her again. Dark is part of the Blood Moon, Texas Shifters series. Sizzling hot romance with an ongoing urban fantasy story arc and a guaranteed HEA in each book.
Uncaged Review: This is decent start to a new series. Hayden, a front to a band, is bitten by a feral werewolf and is beginning to feel the pain of the wolf inside her, but has no idea where to go. The only person she thinks she can go to, is her ex, Ethan. Ethan ended their relationship because he was a born wolf, and he couldn’t tell his secrets to a human. In this book, the supernaturals have been outed to the public to a lot of hysteria, but when she shows up at Ethan’s, he will go against his father, the alpha, to help Hayden.
There is some good suspense, and good romance and the story moves quickly. The author makes the transition from human to wolf in a very realistic way, with realistic emotions and pain. This is a complete story, but is part of a series that will feature other characters and has a story arc that will continue on. Reviewed by Cyrene