ARC Review: MOON BOUND by Donna Grant

December 25, 2017

Moon Bound by Donna Grant

Enigmatic and strong-willed werewolf Kane LaRue realizes the benefits of doing things in a pack. But not this time. He feels responsible for the additional terror a Voodoo priestess has leveled on his family, and has vowed to stop at nothing to end her reign of terror. He almost had Delphine once, and this time, he’s promised himself that he will succeed in wiping her from the face of the earth—or die trying. But when her followers almost destroy him, Kane is forced to accept the help of a stunning and fiercely independent woman who makes Kane re-evaluate what’s important…and listen to his heart.


Elise is a survivor, but because of the tragic events of her past, she has chosen to live out her days in the bayou, helping the animals she loves and giving back as much as she can to the community that literally saved her life. When a gorgeous dog she tries to save turns out to be so much more, Elise is compelled to let someone in—and faces things about herself she isn’t entirely comfortable with. But the breathtakingly handsome shifter makes her feel things she hasn’t experienced in ages, and she soon realizes that she needs Kane’s help as much as he needs hers. Together, they are unstoppable, and if they’re lucky, they just might rid the world of the evil that has plagued New Orleans for much too long.

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

3.5 Good vs. Evil stars

Kane and his family have been battling evil for much too long. Now that everyone is mated, well, everyone but Kane, he’s decided to take on the evil voodoo priestess, Delphine, all by himself in order to protect those he cares about. He gets seriously injured for his efforts and luckily a veterinarian, Elise, was the one to find him and nurse him back to health. After revealing his intention to basically martyr himself for the cause, Elise won’t let him go without joining the fight.

I felt real good when I started this. I figured that the opening scene would set the tone for the rest of this book. Nothing like a bit of violence to start a story off right. It took a little nosedive when I read the words, “All her life, she’d been a bit OCD with things. And once she made her daily schedule, she hated when things interfered or prevented her from keeping to it”, because I’m one of those diagnosed with OCD and don’t like when it’s used so cavalierly. It hurts.

Thankfully things after that were much more smooth sailing. There was an intriguing mystical action scene that I had to reread to really grasp all of the underlying factors that made things possible. I kinda wish that I had read the books that preceded this one in the series ;)

Release Date: December 26, 2017
Genre: Paranormal Romance - wolf shifter
POV: Dual - 3rd person
Type: Standalone - Book #4 of the LaRue series with character crossover

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