Beneath A Blue Moon by Carrie Pulkinen – Review by Moriah Venable

Beneath a Blue Moon (Crescent City Wolf Pack, #2)Beneath a Blue Moon by Carrie Pulkinen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Beneath a Blue Moon is the second novel in the Crescent City Wolf Pack series by Carrie Pulkinen. This is my second novel by this author.

When Chase Beauchamp gets the assignment to investigate a witch, he is not thrilled about it, considering his hatred for them, but with a string a murders occurring in the French Quarters, he does the assignment. But when his wolf wants to claim her as his mate, things could get a little messy.

Following the events of the last book, Luke and Chase go wedding cake tasting for the upcoming wedding. At first sight, Chase feels drawn to the witch who owns the bakery and it unsure if she can be trusted.

Rain Connolly just wants to get rid of the hex and not be a outcast and when she meets Chase, sparks fly. She has spent the past seven year trying to unbound her powers and see Chase as to way to finally do it.

But will the two be able to be together?

With the introduction of Chase in the first book, I was excited to have a book about him and get more of his backstory. I was curious as to why he didn’t like witches and how that feeling would hinder his growing feeling for Rain as well as how that would affect their relationship.

Rain I felt wasn’t so flip flop like the heroine in the first novel and that she owned a bakery which I felt was also different. I generally don’t see a lot characters that are witches own bakeries. She was determined and was very interest character to read about.

Like the first book, I enjoyed the mystery and was hooked from the beginning. While this is a standalone and doesn’t have to read in order, there are some small events that may be mentioned as well as characters that may have their own book later on.

For fans of paranormal romance, I highly recommend this series.

Review by @moriah-venable

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