Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Moondance by Linda K. Hopkins


Moondance
by
Linda K. Hopkins
Genre:
Clean Paranormal Romance


356
pages

Unlike
any shapeshifter romance you've ever read!

Handsome,
alluring, and a little dangerous, Melissa Hewitt's boss can barely
manage to acknowledge her. But there is something about Leander
Garrett that makes him impossible to ignore. He is not the only thing
plaguing Melissa’s thoughts, however; a huge panther, as black as
night, pursues her relentlessly through her dreams.
As
winter turns into spring, Leander’s chilly demeanor begins to thaw,
but danger prowls through the mountains, and Lee has a secret that
lurks beneath his elegant clothes and rippling physique. Something
that compels him to reject what he desires the most.
Can
he learn to see the good in himself and finally allow his heart to
love, and be loved in return?

˃˃˃
An engrossing and captivating tale of romance, Moondance will keep
you enthralled to the very last page.





Excerpt 2

Melissa’s eyes were on the view ahead instead of the trail and she missed seeing the animal standing in her path. A sudden blur was her only warning before she fell into the dirt, her arm securely gripped in the mouth of a large, tan cougar. She screamed, and for the briefest moment, its grip slackened before it dug its teeth even deeper into her flesh. With her free hand she hit the creature in the ribs, and it snarled and shook her arm, ripping it even more. She scrabbled her hand over the dusty ground and her fingers curled around the smooth bark of a stick. Heaving it into the air, she swung at the creature, catching it on the ribs. The cat loosened its grip, and she pulled her arm away and scrambled backward before pushing herself hurriedly to her feet. Her skin was ripped and bloody, but she barely noticed as she grabbed the branch again and swung it through the air in the direction of the cougar. It snarled and darted away from the crude weapon, its olive-green eyes watching her intently, and Melissa gripped the branch more tightly.
A crashing sound came from the trees, and then, suddenly, a flash of black rushed through the air, slamming into the cougar and sending it flying. She stumbled back as a huge black cat, bigger by far than the cougar, fought her attacker. Her mouth went dry as she realized it was a panther – just like the one from her dreams. Tan and black blurred together as snarls and growls ripped through the air. Blood spurted over the dirt; the cougar yelped but met the panther with bared teeth. The black cat didn’t even pause as it lunged for the cougar’s throat, ripping open the side of its neck. The cougar stumbled to the ground, then rose and fled.
The panther watched as the cougar disappeared between the trees, then slowly turned its bright green gaze on Melissa. She stared back, frozen with fear, as the creature looked at her. It glanced at her arm, bloody and dirty, and she stepped backward, holding the injured limb to her chest as she gripped the stick. The cat followed her movement, then with a flick of its tail turned and vanished through the trees.












Linda
K. Hopkins lives in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains in Calgary,
Canada, with her husband, two kids and one dog. Originally from South
Africa, she holds a bachelor’s degree in communications from the
Univerity of South Africa.





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