Moonshine by Julia Talbot and BA Tortuga


Title: Moonshine
Authors: Julia Talbot & BA Tortuga
Publisher: Torquere Press
Pages: 48
Characters: Jensen, David Twofeathers
POV: 3rd
Sub genre: Fantasy Romance
Kisses: 3.5


Blurb:

Jenson expects all sorts of trouble being a moonshine runner, but he never thinks it will come from a werewolf bite. He’s dealing with all that while getting his next shipment ready, and he thinks he’s doing all right until David shows up.

Confused, scared, and hot as hell, David is just the kind of trouble Jenson doesn’t need, and everything he wants. Can he help David figure out who bit them both, and keep his life on track at the same time?

Review:

Jensen is a ridgerunner who has a moonshine still in eastern Tennessee. He stays to himself ever since he was bitten and turned into a werewolf. He dreams of the day that he can find and kill the guy who bit him. He’s on his way to his cave when he’s attacked by a man who keeps asking “where is he?”. Turns out that the man, named David Twofeathers, was bitten by the same werewolf and that he’s been following the scent of him and that it leads right to Jensen.

Jensen and David find themselves instantly attracted to each other and can’t keep their hands off each other. David has no idea how to be a werewolf and Jensen is happy to teach him. The two men realize that they are mates and figure out that the werewolf that bit them knew that they were mates and led them to each other. They decide not to kill him and just enjoy their relationship.

I enjoyed reading this story. It’s definitely not your average shifter tale and it contains a unique twist of humor and passion. If you’re looking for a fast read with a different twist, this is the one for you!

Reviewed by Pat

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