Western Werewolf Romance

So, I read a lot, I mean, a lot a lot (you can book stalk me here) and because of this people give me book recommendations all the time (which I love). Usually, folks are pretty dead on, they know what I like and recommend all sorts of fantastic goodies for me to feast my eyes upon. Book happiness all around! But of course, every now and then someone tells me to check out a particular book and that book winds up being absolutely horrid. A few days ago I got a book recommendation, and well, after checking the book out I can’t help but wonder what the hell they were thinking – it’s a werewolf book, a werewolf romance, it’s a western werewolf romance! Ok, I love werewolf books, and I don’t mind reading the occasional romance, but I HATE westerns, which means that I will never touch this book. But, since there are loads of western fans out there and since this book, Jace by Sarah McCarty, has loads of great reviews, I thought that I should at least mention it here. I may not read it, but I can definitely give it a shout out.

“He had one need.
She had one hope.
Together they have one chance…

Vampire Jace Johnson was not a family man until he met Miri. But their forbidden relationship ended when she disappeared. After a year of searching, Jace finds Miri in a Sanctuary enclave.

After a year of cruel experimentation by the Sanctuary on her werewolf form, Miri is no longer the passionate wife Jace remembers. She only lives to rescue the daughter Jace never knew they had.

Now, they must overcome the tragedy of their pasts if they are to reclaim the future they both desire…”

And that there is the book description, what do you think? As I said above, it’s not for me, however, I can think of quite a few people who would absolutely love a book like this.

– Moonlight

By moonlight

One of the writers for werewolves.com, as well as vampires.com.


  1. Tread lightly, I smell a corny romance story in this one, also the cover alone should be a clue.

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