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Shoot for the Moon

(Black River Pack #2)

3.83  ·  Rating details ·  1,489 ratings  ·  165 reviews
Eliza Reve knows that her ability to dream of future events sets her apart from others. Her gift became a curse when she wasn't able to save her mother or the alpha's son and she found herself exiled - a lone wolf. When she joins the Black River Pack, Eliza vows never to reveal her talent to anyone. Not even the man who has walked in her dreams for years.

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Published December 28th 2014
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♥ WishfulMiss ♥
Rating: 2 Stars

I didn't really enjoy this one as much as I wanted to. Even knowing that Spencer pulled a pretty dick move with Eliza (he convinces himself that Eliza can't possibly be his fated mate - because she doesn't "walk in dreams" like his grandmother predicted - and belittles their relationship by keeping it strictly sexual) I'd hoped the story would go in a different direction.

After seeing Hunter and how sweet he was with Grace, I thought Spencer would go all out with Eliza to prov

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Shoot For The Moon was another amazing read from Rochelle Paige. I’m seriously hooked with the Black River Pack Series and can’t get enough of these Tate brothers. Though this book is short, Rochelle has managed to incorporate a story that will have you addicted to these characters. You will want to know who Hunter, Grace, Parker, Spencer and Eliza are. What I truly love about this series that I find addicting is the balance that Ro
Eliza and Spencer, both wolves but she has been hiding her ability to see the future.

This story can be a standalone because even though it starts in the previous book, it all gets rehashed here.

Spencer, for his own short sighted reasons, decided early on that Eliza was just a booty call. But in the 2 years they have been 'seeing' eachother, he hasn't been with anyone else.
Before Eliza, he was changing his ways from a manho to awaiting his mate.
Eliza has been through hell from her previous pack
Jun 22, 2015 rated it it was ok
This one was just OK.. I liked the first one more and the mild bit of angst we got that the blurb hints at was hardly anything at all and just lasted a few pages.. If the book had been longer, if Eliza and Spencer had not already been sleeping together for a year when this book started, I think it would have been better. We did meet them in book 1 and knew they had already been sleeping together.. but when we met them in book one.. like this one.. they had already been sleeping together for a ye ...more
Jul 09, 2017 rated it liked it
I liked this a lot more than the first one.
Three Chicks
Jan 12, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Review by Natasha Gentile

So as you all know this was my first wolf trilogy, I fell hook, line and howl.

We first meet Eliza in Crying Wolf, we also found out about her gift. A gift that she held close to her heart. Eliza Reve is a dream walker.

I’d learned to hide parts of myself from others-my mother had taught me well. The lesson was deeply ingrained from an early age that others wouldn’t understand the gift I’d been given. My grandmother had been ridiculed and ostracized when her pack had found
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Jan 08, 2015 rated it it was amazing
As soon as I saw that Rochelle Paige was writing this paranormal book I was like "OMG! I HAVE to read this!" and let me tell you that she did not disappoint! Shoot for the Moon was exactly the kind of paranormal read I needed right now. I knew it would be filled with heat, passion, and an extremely hot, possessive alpha male. I was not wrong and I absolutely loved it!!

Ever since Eliza was a little girl, she has been able to predict the future in her dreams and the one time she didn't hide her ab
Fiona Fog
Eliza Reve is cast from her pack in a cruel twist of fate, she loses her family also. Life has not been kinds to her. She also carries the secret of being able to see the future. A gift handed down in her family and one that her mother made her keep secret even from her father.

Settling into town she keeps to herself, though she does become part of the Black River Pack she holds her ability close, from her past she found that sharing that secret destroyed her. When she meets Spencer Tate the town
Debra Johnson
Shoot for the Moonby Rochelle Paige
Genres: Adult (ish), Paranormal, Romance
2.5 Stars.

Very boring and the supposedly adult scenes came off boring. No intensity.

More Later.
Jul 01, 2018 rated it it was ok
Shelves: 2018-reads
2 and 1/5 stars!!


I mean seriously! I know that these 2 new each other before the events of their book... but come on!

I expected the dream situation to be solved in another way.. and I really wanted their story to be better.
Dec 05, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Shoot for the Moon is an interesting saying and the perfect title for Spencer and Eliza’s story, book 2 of Rochelle Paige’s Black River Pack series.

It takes a lot of courage and drive for people to put themselves out there and no holds barred go for what they want and what they deserve. It’s not an easy feat because there will undoubtedly be obstacles in the way, whether initiated by them themselves or others around them. Rejection is always possible and being let down is something that can alwa
Jan 03, 2016 rated it really liked it
view - Shoot for the Moon by Rochelle Paige - 4 In The Dog House Stars

Shoot For the Moon follows on from the first book in the Black River Pack Crying Wolf, so at the beginning of the book we already know a couple of things:

a) Eliza is Spencer’s true mate
b) Spencer has been an ass for the past twelve months telling Eliza that all they could ever share was a bed

Not the easiest place to claw your way back from then. Spencer may as well get himself a kennel he’s so far in the doghouse.

In his defen
Dec 05, 2014 rated it liked it
I really enjoyed this one! And that ending...OMG...I can't wait for book 3!

3.5 stars
So if you have read the first book then you know what happened between Eliza and Spencer. The book picks up right where it left off. Spencer just might have to fight to win Eliza over…

Spencer… Sigh. Okay so he made some not so good choices, but I still liked him.
I will say that I did enjoy the book. I thought it was wicked to have Eliza walk in dreams. I have read a few books on about werewolves. Most of the st
Dec 28, 2014 rated it really liked it
4.5 "She Was RIGHT There The Whole Damn Time" Stars

Long name...but great results! Full Review with Tour from T and I at loving this series!!

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This book is different in the sense that you know they are mates...finding out during book one, there is no doubt that these two are bound to be...but the road to get there? It's paved with hot bodied sex, possessiveness, alpha instincts that make all us ladies squeeze our thighs and thank the heavens above for the w
Tara OG
Jan 03, 2015 rated it really liked it
I love shifters and I love me some short books. Sometimes just the ease of a no drama story with a hot wolfy guy is the only thing you need when you are in a book slump. Something to get the mojo flowing and get back to the swing of reading and Rochelle sure does nail it in Spencer’s book. He is all mine, you’re my mate and dammit we are mating. YUM.

Spencer has been waiting for his mate the way most men do- playing the field and leaving heartbreak in the wake. When Eliza comes to town seeking s
Jennifer McGurk Finn
Jun 16, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: shifters
This is the second book in the Black River Pack series. Eliza Reve has the ability to see the future in her dreams, she is also a wolf shifter. Her Mother always told her it was a curse and to keep it a secret not even telling her own Father about it. Telling the Alpha of the pack she used to belong to about a vision she had caused her to be kicked out of the pack and shunned by everyone she knows. When she gets to Black River she is determined to live in the woods and keep to herself and defini ...more
Such a good read

Great HEA and now looking forward to Parkers story. Loved Hunter and GRace now Spencer and Eliza story. These paranormal books are well worth the read
Trish R. Ali
Breezed through this book as well and I liked it slightly better than the 1st book. Eliza is certainly more palatable than Grace (the 1st book heroine). I was a bit annoyed with how Ms Paige seemed to resolved both the H/h issues with the dream walker thing, plus the situation with the OW came out of out of left field. More could be done with the world building and character building but as long as it entertained me, I'm good to continue with this series. ...more
Apr 12, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Better and better!!!

I'm loving these books. Great story line, wonderful characters. I like the prophecy of the mates, and the strong bonds they build. Loyalty and love fills this story, along with struggles and stubbornness. On to the next.
Spunky N Sassy
Jan 10, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 5-star
SNS Rating: 5.0

~~~~~~~~~~Julie M's ★★★★★ Review~~~~~~~~~~

I received this ARC for a honest review. Having read the first book, I was excited to continue this series.

Eliza is a dream walker and she feels as if she is always the bearer of bad news. Shunned by her previous pack, she ends up in Wolf's Point. She tries t stay out the way. The alpha of the local pack, takes her in and makes her feel welcome.

Spencer is second to the Alpha and the enforcer of the pack. He takes an interest in Eliza alm
Kat DM
Jan 04, 2015 rated it it was amazing

*Copy provided by the author in exhanged for an honest review*

Loved the first book CRYING WOLF and the second as well. If you love paranormal romance then you should read this book. It was short smoking hot read, that I devoured in one sitting. Extra panties regard. Be prepared to howl and scream Spencer's name while reading this.

Eliza Reve has an ability to see the future
Red Cheeks Reads
Jan 10, 2015 rated it really liked it
"Say yes, Let me have you, Eliza. Stop drinking yourself to sleep. Let me fuck you into exhaustion instead."

Shoot For The Moon is book two in Rochelle Paige's Black River Wolf Series. I am decently new to the whole world of paranormal romances but I am really enjoying these fast and sexy reads. I am a HUGE fan of alpha male books and I am finding that wolves are some very sexy alphas. While each of the books in this are short they still pack a punch bringing drama, love and lots of pure stea
Dec 06, 2014 rated it liked it
Shelves: 2015

I would suggest reading Crying Wolf (Black River Pack #1) before you read Shoot for the Moon. It introduces you to Spencer and Eliza but also gives you the back story for where 'Moon' begins. It backs up to a moment in 'Crying' when Hunter and Spencer go to Eliza to question her about an incident involving Hunter's mate; where 'Moon' starts gives you the alternate POVs of Spencer and Eliza instead of Hunter at that moment. It's also a really important moment for Spencer because it sets in mo
Jan 04, 2015 rated it really liked it

Rochelle Paige has done it again! The Black River Pack men are seriously tantalizingly delicious!!

Spencer is the resident badass enforcer of the pack. It's his job to enforce the rules of the pack and protect the alpha. He doesn't have time nor the desire to hold a long term relationship because he knows that he's destined for a very specific woman. But, like most men he cannot deny his hormonal urges all the time. His instant lust for Eliza makes his leery, but the wolf in his pants clouds
Elle Christensen
Dec 05, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: re-read
I love this series!
Eliza and Spencer had me hooked at the end of Crying Wolf and I couldn’t wait to get to their story.

Eliza has had it rough and because of her experiences, she has accepted her life as a loner. However, after stumbling into town, she meets Spencer and recognizes him as her mate. Unfortunately, Spencer is so focused on a prophecy from his grandmother, that he doesn’t see what is right in front of him. And yet, he isn’t able to ignore the raging attraction he has for Eliza. So,
Jan 10, 2015 rated it really liked it
I was given an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

Rochelle Paige did it again!!

I absolutely loved book 1 in this series. That being said you should definitely read Crying Wolf first as Spencer and Eliza's story begins there. They were secondary characters in the first book but I was so happy when Rochelle Paige made book two their story.

Spencer has been programmed since birth to look for his fated mate. As a werewolf he knows that he will find her there will be no doubt in his mind when he do
Dec 29, 2014 rated it really liked it
I received as an ARC courtesy of the author in exchange for an honest review

“ “You've given me the moon,” I whispered as my eyes drifted closed. “What do you mean, dream girl?” “Don't have to settle for just the stars with you,” I tried to explain. “The stars sound pretty good to me.” “Not when you're shooting for the moon,” I replied just before I fell into a deep, dreamless, and much-needed sleep.””

I was seriously on the fence about wanting to read this book because I couldn't see how my feeli
Melinda ~ Twinsie Talk
Dec 31, 2014 rated it really liked it
I received this book for an honest review

This is the second book in the series and a great short read. I enjoyed Spencer seeing him try win Eliza over after treating her like he had for all that time.

Eliza knew from the minute she saw him but Spencer kept pushing his wolf down and ignoring it. However, after being tossed aside for being able to see the future in her dreams she learned to hid her gift. She never let anyone know of her ability until her pack leaders girl was in trouble then it al
Janna ♥ I'm A Sweet And Sassy Book Whore ♥

Eliza is cautious about not just her heart but also her ability to have visions and the impact on others that they cause. Her visions have shown her pain, death and heartbreak. She has seen her future with Spencer and she is scared to open her heart fully. I could totally understand her fears based on her past, but she should have opened up to Spencer a lot sooner.

Spencer knows that he messed up, boy does he ever know and is suffering for his mistake. He is dete
Submit & Devour
Jan 13, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Shoot for the Moon was even better than the first book (I loved the first) in the series. It had everything that you normally look for in a good wolf shifter book as far as dominating alpha male, lots of heat, and a strong heroine but this book had a bit of an emotional aspect that I didn’t get from the first.

Eliza has been a lone wolf for quite some time and finally found her way into a pack, Black River Pack, but she is completely closed off because of her gift of being able to see (dream) of
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I absolutely adore reading - always have and always will. My friends growing up used to tease me when I would trail after them, trying to read and walk at the same time. If I have downtime, odds are you will find me reading or writing.

I am the mother of two wonderful sons who have inspired me to chase my dream of being an author. I want them to learn from me that you can live your dream as long as

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