Taylor Brooks has very kindly hosted me as part of her new feature, Tuesday 20, in which she showcases the first twenty lines of a new or current release. Red Moon Rising is the featured book this week.
Today is a busy day for more than just the Norwegian Curling Team’s pants* (though they too have been busy out on the ice in Sochi), because A Liar’s Moon has received a lovely review from Robyn Elliot at The Romance Reviews. Thanks for the review, Robyn, and I’m delighted you enjoyed the book!
“I would definitely recommend this book for readers who like their M/M characters with flesh on the bones, so to speak, and who enjoy shifter stories involving themes of passion, betrayal and the courage to love. A book to curl up with, with a glass of red wine and a crackling fire. Just don’t open the curtains if the moon is waxing high.”
*Just in case anyone has missed the joy of the Norwegian Curling Team’s pants:
They even have their own facebook page, which I may or may not be following.