Jared Ayers works outdoors, embracing a solitary life, hiding from his inner demons. But after so many of his Pack brothers have found their mates, he starts wondering if there might be a mate in his future too. His world turns upside down after he’s hired by the “Ice Queen of Lake Tahoe”. One touch is all it takes. One touch to send the wolf howling within…
A gifted psychic with pyrokinesis, Taryn Goldstone wields fire beyond her control– sometimes with dire consequences. With Jason, she discovers that some flames are meant for passion–and healing. She has enemies who covet her powerful gift, but they are about to learn just how far a wolf will go to protect his mate.
My Review: I don’t know what Lisa Kessler is doing, but I will take a guess and say she was successful in making me enjoy reading first person narration titles or just her books.
In The Moon series titled Ice Moon. Jared Ayers; Jason oldest brother and a werewolf, have to find a way to break through his mates “Ice Queen” persona. When Jason touched Taryn his wolf claimed her as theirs.
Taryn on the other hand has to cope with her gift of pyrokinesis. At any time she could set something or someone on fire without even meaning to. She done it before, with dire consequences she has been trying to overcome some nine years later. And So the façade of “Ice Queen” was born. She doesn’t like the title but it keeps innocents from getting hurt mainly her son and Jared.
Ice Moon had you cheering for these too, especially for Taryn because she lived the ultimate isolation from her son, she couldn’t touch him for nine years, distancing herself but loving him from afar. Until one day she met Jared. She tried to keep him at a distance like the others in her life. But like the old saying goes “Time heals all wounds” and if it doesn’t fate must step in to give it a swift kick into overdrive.
Ice Moon, I really enjoyed reading and can’t wait for the next book in this series.