Beneath a Blue Moon (Crescent City Wolf Pack Book 2)
By: Carrie Pulkinen
5 out of 5 stars
The story Beneath a Blue Moon (Crescent City Wolf Pack Book 2) by Carrie Pulkinen is a paranormal romance book. It is the second story in a series and l loved reading it just as much as the first one. It draws you in from the very beginning and I didn’t want to put it down until I had read the final page. I loved reading about the characters of Chase Beauchamp and Rain Connolly. Chase is a man/wolf who loves his pack and his family. He plays an important role in the pack and is always there to help his Alpha. Chase also doesn’t care for witches, doesn’t trust them. How is it then that when he meets Rain he is so affected by her? Why does he feel like he can trust her? Rain is a woman who is beautiful, strong, independent, and a witch without magic. She is feisty, compassionate, and kind. She wants to break the curse that holds her powers, that makes her an outcast. That chance seems to have appeared when she meets Chase. She is also finding herself with an attraction to him. He makes her feel alive. That these two share a connection is undeniable. When they are in a room together the sparks and energy are evident. The feelings/emotions that these two have for each other is strong. Will they be able to overcome the past and find happiness together? Will Rain finally be able to regain her magic? What does their future hold? Will they get an HEA? Read this story to find out. You can feel the passion that Chase and Rain feel for each other. There are some steamy scenes included in this story that have the temperature in the room rising. I found myself growing to love the characters of Chase and Rain with each chapter that I read. I found myself cheering them along and wanting them to find happiness together. Chase is protective of Rain and she of him. I also enjoyed reading about the other characters in the story. Some of them I recognized as they had been brought forward from the first book. This is a story that is amazing and one I would highly recommend reading.
Review by @dory7205