Blame It on the Moonlight
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Blame It on the Moonlight

3.09 of 5 stars 3.09  ·  rating details  ·  23 ratings  ·  3 reviews
After catching her fiance--make that "ex"-fiance--with another woman, Jasmine heads into the woods to be alone. But her solitude is broken when a black wolf approaches her...and turns into a wildly sexy man. Though she sees danger lurking in his eyes, it doesn't scare her away. Instead, it only fans the flames of her passion....
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Published August 1st 2010 by Spice Briefs (first published January 1st 2010)
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Jul 21, 2011 Cecilia rated it 2 of 5 stars Recommends it for: people who just want the sex scenes without any pesky character development
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About 20 minutes' worth of reading, with the story going from first encounter between hero and heroine, a few bouts of sex, and (view spoiler)
I bought and read this story because I'd read Sommers' earlier work, "Tonight, My Love," an excellent short story.

Although Sommers had some intriguing characters, situations, and ideas for "Blame It On the Moonlight," execution is quite poor IMHO. This is a novella or even novel-length work squeezed into a short story word count. Sommers has real talent as a short story writer, but her ideas for this story just outran her pen, so to speak.
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great premise. writing OTT trite. Saving grace was that it was short.
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