Friday, January 3, 2014

Moonlit Promise by Kelli Lockheart

Title:  Moonlit Promise
Series:  Goddess Redemption #3
Author:  Kelli Lockheart
Published:  Oct 31/13
Length:  74pgs
Format:  Ebook
Genre:  paranormal romance
Shelf:  review
Rating:  ★★★

Synopsis from Goodreads:

Are you ready to find out if true love can survive, no matter the cost?
"The Goddess Redemption Series" will give you an exciting and sensual reading experience & awaken your innermost desires."

The adventure takes a twist as this time our hunters are thrown into the bodies of shifters. Tatiana is the Unul Pur, the promise of their kind and the only fertile shifter in a sea of barren werebeasts. She is their hope. She is also storing the consciousness of our goddess of the hunt, Artemis, who is trying to come to terms with the decisions she must make. Luca is a beta, forced to obey the commands of his alpha, Buru. He has traveled far and wide as an emissary to speak for Buru as potential mate to the lovely Tatiana. He is also Orion, god of the hunt, trying to find balance between his memories and the woman he loves.

The customs and traditions of the shifters demand that a mate is chosen and there are rules. In order for the lovers to be together, they will have to break every one of them. Can they find a way? As the shifters' world evolves around the huntress, can she fit the pieces together enough to understand? And what of Aphrodite and Zeus? Well...... there is much and more going on in the clouds as secrets are kept and the tides of war turn under a Moonlit Promise.

My Review:

Lockheart takes up the 3rd instalment in her series with the same unique and divinely inspired storyline that we’ve come to know in the first 2 instalments in the series. This novella is well written with a delineated storyline that allows you to get from point A to point B without hesitation. She takes yet another twist on her road to show what could have happened with the Greek Parthenon. Her characters remain quite well developed for a series of novellas while growing and morphing based on the ordeals that they’ve faced. My only issue with any of Lockheart’s stories is that by the time you begin to immerse yourself into them they’re over. She is trying to fit too much story into too short of a space, making the story seem choppy at times. It would be so much better if she’d written full length novels rather than novellas to tell her story.

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