A captivating read by the author of [b:Firelight|12104686|Firelight (Darkest London, #1)|Kristen Callihan|https://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/books/1321280541s/12104686.jpg|16751534].
Now, Firelight was highly recommended by a lot of my friends, the hype was in full swing, and when I read the book I liked it a lot. But I wasn't wowed by it. So I didn't exactly rush to read this book the moment it came out. That was a mistake.
Moonglow definitely captured my attention from the start and wouldn't let go. I nearly threw something at my sister when she insisted I take a break from reading it and watch a movie with her. :D
Anyway, the book itself. We have Daisy Ellis Craigmore, a woman finally freed from her abusive husband, a woman that can barely wait to sample all the charms of the life of a beautiful widow. Unfortunately, things don't exactly go as planned. On the first night she ventures out looking for a lover, she is nearly attacked by a crazed werewolf (and yes, she is fairly sure of that fact, after all her sister and brother-in-law are certainly not normal and human). Help came in form of one Ian Ranulf, the Marquis of Northrup.
Ian knows something about hunting weres, after all he is a lycan. He is used to hiding himself from the general populace. Only a few people outside the supernatural community know of his wolf.
He is a man who wants nothing deeper with a woman but a night of pleasure. But he knows that Daisy is different, that with her he could let himself go. But his secrets are deadly, and his unstable position in the world doesn't exactly help with maters.
And to top it all, there's a crazed were running around London, killing women that wear Daisy's scent. Not an ideal time for romance. But some things are simply meant to be.
I was intrigued by Winston and Poppy, and I can't wait for their book. Unfortunately it doesn't come out till February! :-(