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Publisher's Summary

I’m supposed to be the Alpha's mate. Screw that.

Since I was born, I was destined to be one thing - the Alpha’s mate. It should be every girl’s dream. Not mine, though. He’s too dark and damaged, and I’ve got a secret he can never know: I’m not a true wolf.

Instead of waiting for him to figure out that I’m an abomination, I left on my 15th birthday. But I didn’t go far. No way in hell would I let him drive me from the town I love.

Ten years later, I’m still hiding in plain sight. When I occasionally see him on the street - deadly, sexy, powerful - I just walk by. Keep my head down.

Until that night. Wrong place, wrong time, and suddenly I’m accused of murdering someone from my old pack. And he’s there. Blaming me. I’ve got one chance to prove my innocence and find the real killer, or I'm dead by shifter law.

The Alpha doesn't recognize me, but he senses I'm special. He won’t stop until he figures out the truth. But when he does, I’ll be in danger from more than just the real killer.

©2021 Linsey Hall (P)2021 Linsey Hall

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A lot of build up - NO payoff

I'm a huge paranormal romance fan. I love a good "will they or won't they" type of story. But Darkest Moon spends 99.5% of the story with the primary characters playing cat and mouse and then ends without any _real_ resolution to the game. The ending is not only abrupt, leaving you scratching your head. It comes across a bit misogynistic (and that's coming from a straight guy).

Hearing Laurel Schroeder do the voices and accents was one of the few redeeming qualities of the book. Don't get me wrong, I like a lot of Linsey Hall's work. But, this story just doesn't seem well thought out and played a bit like a skipping record when both Eve and Lachlan each keep repeating the same things to themselves over and over and over and over.

I'm tapped out on the series, I shouldn't need to read the second book just to see if I can get a satisfying conclusion to the first book.

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I love Darkest Moon

This book isn't very long and I binged it quickly but I didn't want it to end. Eve is so interesting and mysterious. It took me a minute to realize the characters from the Hades and Persephone series were the same ones showing up in this book. I love it! I love the racoon! I can't wait for the next book in the series!!
I love Laurel Schroeder's Scottish accent, she did a good job. I read this before getting the audio version and she adds another level of fun that wasn't there when I was just reading the book.

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good story

good story but the narrator can be hard to understand sometimes. makes you have to think more about what is being said.

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Awesome start to a series.

Great start to a series. Wonderful story! Has it all. The narrator also did a amazing job.

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Enjoyed

I liked this book. It was a great time filler. The audible author was decent.

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spell binding

this was a great book I enjoyed all of the characters and plot lines. I'm on treating the next one.

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great authors

another great book. loved it. thank you for the fun books over the last series.

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LOOOVVVVVEEEEE

I love this book. Laurel Schroeder did a phenomenal job with the voices. Ralph is adorable and very funny... chocolate is his currency.👍🏾
I cannot wait for book two to be released as I am about to finish this book.

Thank you Linsey for releasing this as an audiobook! ❤️❤️❤️❤️

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  • 04-17-21

ghastly narration

the story has some interesting concepts but the author is clearly not from the UK and hasn't run the script past someone from the UK/Scottland.
The narrator has a pleasant voice but her faux Scottish accent for both main characters throughout the audiobook is abysmal. It would be great if American narrators could learn the difference between Scottish and Indian accents... It would be even better if they'd used a Scottish narrator. Everything spoken in an accent lacks emotional intonation. The male and female characters sound the same.