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Tuesday, April 30, 2013

New Species Book 10 - Moon by Laurann Dohner

**Ellora's Cave Release Day Review**

Moon (New Species, #10)

Book Blurb:

Book 10 in the New Species series. While each NS book is a standalone, the greatest enjoyment will come from reading them in series order. Dr. Joyce Yards has never met anyone as irresistible as 466. Their therapy sessions are growing hotter, his raw sexual hunger becoming aggressive, and he refuses to discuss anything except the possibility of getting her naked. Joy understands the dire consequences if she indulges her passion. It will break her heart but she must walk away. Moon has been drugged, his memory shattered, and he’s now little more than feral, a dangerous threat to everyone. In their need for help, the NSO doctors turn to the only female Moon ever cared about—the one who left him behind two years ago. Moon isn’t the same male Joy once knew. There are no rules now. If sex tames the wild beast and triggers his fractured memories, allowing him moments of lucidity, then Joy will give him everything, body and soul. She’ll do whatever it takes to save him—even at the cost of her own life. A Romantica® paranormal erotic romance from Ellora’s Cave 

Melinda's Review: 

I was given this book as an ARC.  I was asked to give a truthful review of the novel.

I have read all 9 previous New Species book.  I was so excited to read and review Moon.  The book opens with 466, Moon, being forced to endure therapy sessions with Dr. Joyce Yards.  The only thing he wants to talk about is what he wants to do to her.  Joy ends up falling for 466; however, her ethics will not let her cross that line and walks away during the night with no goodbye or explanation.  

Two years later:  Dr. Yards gets the call that Moon needs her help when he is shot with an unknown drug and is feral when she gets to Homeland.  The only thing that Moon responds to is Joy’s body.  She decides that she will do whatever, and I mean whatever, is needed to help him. Since there is no longer a Doctor/patient relationship, she will not be crossing that line.  Joy realizes quickly the only way she can get Moon to communicate is with her body.

I love the friendship we see between Moon and his best friend, Harley.  Harley is protective over Moon to the point he is more than ticked that Joy is “teasing” Moon with her tactics when he finds her in a precarious position with Moon to get him to talk.  Harley is ready to have her kicked out of Homeland on the spot.

I also enjoyed seeing the other Species in this book.  Justice gives a heartfelt speech to Moon and some of the other Male Species in this book that I just loved.  Want to know what Justice said or if Dr Yates treatment works on Moon you’ll have to read the book.  

About the Author:

Laurann Dohner
 I'm a full time ''in house supervisor" (Sounds much better than plain ol' housewife), mother, and author. I've been lucky enough to have spent two decades with the love of my life and look forward to many, many more years with Mr. Laurann. I'm addicted to iced coffee, the occasional candy bar (or two), and trying to get at least five hours of sleep at night.

I love to write all kinds of stories. I think the best part about writing is the fact that real life is always uncertain, always tossing things at us that we have no control over, but when your write you can make sure there's always a happy ending. I love that about being an author. My favorite part is when I sit down at my computer desk, put on my headphones to listen to loud music to block out everything around me, so I can create worlds in front of me.

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