Eli Easton's Howl at the Moon series is an automatic buy for me. I mean without reading the blurbs or anything. I am sold and we all kind of allow for a little weakness in the later books the longer a series goes, right? Well, for me these are getting better and better.
The moment we were introduced to Milo I was smitten with him. I wanted him saved and loved and I couldn't wait to see what he was going to do next.Dr. Jason Kinuk is an odd duck in the town of Mad Creek and he is the cause of some seriously funny and sweet moments. There is a mystery that caused some urgency that kept the pacing on point. Many of the characters like Tim, Lance, Lily, my sweet Roman and so on from the past installments are well-integrated into this story in a logical and meaningful way. I see many directions Easton can take us on and as long as she stays faithful to the series it's going to be a puppylishous ride I want tickets for.