Monday, December 14, 2009

Romance Book Review: Mad at the Moon

Author: Belinda McBride
ISBN: 978-1-60521-345-3
Genre: Shapeshifters/ Christmas/ Seasonal Themes/ Elves
Publisher: Changeling Press


Cute short novel about a shapeshifter and a fairy who share a Christmas birthday. The story is short, sweet and erotic. It will certainly will get you in the holiday spirit.

Merry Miller is a mail carrier at the only post office in town. After the deliveries are finished on Christmas Eve, all she wants to do is go to bed and sleep late on Christmas morning. But it's the week of the full moon, and between the moonlight and the new neighbor's off-pitch singing, she just can't get any rest!

Noel Hollis has just moved to Arcada, and while the young teacher loves his new home, he's a bit lonely and would like to get to know his neighbor better. So on Christmas Eve, he invites the sexy letter-carrier to dinner. Can he convince her to stop being angry at his off-key serenades and dance under the moon with him?

Furry meets Fairy on the most magical night of the year.

About the author from the back of her book:
Belinda lives in the wilderness of the Siskiyou Mountains and at night, she runs naked with a pack of wolves…

Belinda lives near the Siskiyou Mountains and shares her home with a pack of Siberian Huskies who like to pretend they’re wolves. And she usually keeps her clothing on when she goes outside.

Belinda loves to travel, collect rare gemstones, make soap and spend precious time with her daughters. Her degree is in History with a Cultural Anthropology minor. On weekends, you will often find Belinda ringside at a dog show, comb and spray bottle in hand.

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