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Eternal Moon Book 3
Vicki Crum
Paranormal Romance-Shifters
Independently Published
July 26, 2020

Austin thought it would be a drag, ferrying a greenhorn writer around Wyoming, hoping to get a good solid write-up for his company in a travel industry mag. Instead, he finds himself charmed by Kat’s quick wit, enchanting green eyes and sexy smile. Her enthusiasm and willingness to try anything piques his interest in her as a woman, but he has one hard, fast rule—never dally with the female clients. He figures that goes double for the woman he’s hosting purely for promotional purposes. But when the attraction between them sets off enough sparks to feed a five-alarm fire, it’s too damn hot for Austin’s werewolf blood to resist.

Kat’s assignments have consisted of five-star resort openings and fancy cruises to exotic locations. She only picks up the Wyoming gig to help out a co-worker in a jam. A three-day hiking trip through Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons isn’t exactly her thing, but she’s spent the past year rebuilding her life after being stalked by her crazy ex-husband. She figures she should be able to handle anything after that.

Kat didn’t count on losing her heart to the mountains and vistas of Wyoming, or to her sinfully handsome tour guide. When she learns the feeling is mutual, she begins to think that a happy, loving relationship might be possible for her after all. Then she gets a cryptic message from her ex. He’s tracked her down again, and this time there’s a lot more at stake than her own safety. Kat isn’t about to put Austin’s life at risk. She has no way of knowing that he’s more than capable of taking care of both himself and the woman he wants for his own.

Reviewed by Linda Tonis

Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team  

Another wonderful addition to a series I love. We are all surviving quarantine and trying to deal with a new normal in our lives. What could be better than to lose yourself for a few hours in a romantic shifter book filled with the beautiful description of the mountains of Wyoming? While reading this book everything else took a back seat.


Austin Sawyer is waiting for a travel writer who will be taking an adventure excursion with all expenses paid with the hope of getting some free promotional exposure. He already has a picture in his head of what she will look like but the woman who appears is petite, beautiful, and takes his breath away.


Katherine (Kat) Ingersoll is filling in for another writer who couldn’t make it. Although her stories were always in resorts and far away from anything outdoorsy, she is ready, able, and willing to give it her all. She will be writing about Into the Wild, located in Jackson, Wyoming and seeing her guide she is just as in awe as he was when he first saw her.


Kat convinces Austin that she can put a new twist on her story, a woman not used to the outdoors and her experience showing their excursions are for anyone. What she has no clue about is that Austin, like the rest of his family, are werewolves. Of course in spite of his attraction and his desire to have her, he will not do anything that will reflect on his and his partner Denny’s business. Oh “famous last words”.


Kat and Austin seem to have a very easy interaction with each other and she is having the time of her life. Married and divorced from an abusive husband who left her damaged and vulnerable, she has stayed away from affairs of the heart. She’s afraid of her heart broken again, but Austin is a hard man to stay away from.


As the relationship between Kat and Austin gets hotter, she begins to get text messages from her ex-husband. She fears putting Austin in the middle of a situation that could get him hurt. When Austin finds out about her ex, he wants to kill him. He realizes that his feelings for Kat are deeper than he could ever have imagined.


A wonderful book filled with romance, sex, adventure, and danger. At a time like this, I highly recommend losing yourself in the story of a handsome werewolf and a beautiful woman both on a journey of discovery.