Original Title: Moon Dogs
Year Published: 2015
Published by: N/A (an arc was kindly provided via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review)
Number of Pages: 34
First Sentence: “Grant pulled his Jeep up next to a familiar dark blue Camry and killed the engine.”
Goodreads Rating: 4/5
Grant’s had enough. It took him a few months, but he’s figured out Cary’s secret and where he’s hiding, so it’s time to put all cards on the table. He’s tired of the secrets and the way they’ve both been pretending they’re not in love with each other.
But his plans for tipping friendship into romance didn’t account for Cary throwing him out—or that everything would just get so much worse from there
I really enjoyed this novella. It was well written and entertaining to read. It had me wishing for more and wanting it to be a part of a bigger book. Sadly enough, it isn’t.
Grant and Cary are two interesting characters and I enjoyed reading about them. Their relationship was interesting and despite being written in a paranormal universe, it came off as very realistic. I loved the two gruff manly men being nervous like little boys around each other and emotionally constipated. Lovely.
The universe seemed really interesting and although the novella was very short (34 pages) it managed to build up the world very well. The writing was good and made the pages fly by even faster.
Do I recommend it?
Yes, I do. It is short and sweet, perfect when you don’t want to read anything for too long.