Title: Dragon Moon (Dragon Moon #1)
Author: Nulli Para Ora
Source: Author request
Genre: PNR Wolf shifter
Reviewed by Laurie
David Johnson and Angelique Meadows are colleagues on a business trip to China. They’ve worked together for years, but neither has been able to admit their true feelings for the other. This business trip represents a landmark deal in their careers and an opportunity to reveal the truth of their hearts. Just as love blooms, disaster strikes.
The man they’re meeting with is Yuen Gao, CEO of a multi-million dollar company. The world sees him as a successful businessman. His pack sees him as their Alpha. Rogues, secret experiments, and the undeniable pull of his mate force him to reveal his secret. Is his love strong enough to overcome the pain of loss?
Hearts unite and break as trusted friends become enemies behind the scenes. Love longed for is lost to be replaced by a bond deeper than words. Loyalties are tested as ghosts of the past step into the present.
Can true love survive when forbidden hearts are reconnected?
Rating 3 1/2
Dragon Moon is going to be hard for me to review. I loved most of this book, but I did have some problems with it. I have to admit Nulli wrote an amazing roller coaster story that will get your emotions all up into turmoil. I felt the author did a good job keeping the romance and paranormal the main focus.
Dragon Moon is an interracial story with a love triangle, as most of you know I hate love triangles. I love my HEA’S. Anyhow, I did feel the author carried out the love triangle very tastefully at least it was very emotional and different then from other books I’ve read. The biggest reason I hate love triangles is because someone is always left out and let me tell you I loved both Gao and David so I feel bad that someone was left outL. I just hope the author has plans for the one that was left out in the cold this time around.
There are several POV's and the plot has so much information, that I felt like I totally missed getting to really know Gao and Angelique on a personal level. So although I did enjoy the book, I feel readers need to know this is not going to be a walk in the park read, they will need to really stay focused or they might lose their way.
I was satisfied with the HFN ending, but again I hope the author will complete it and give each character their HEA in the future of this series.