Saturday, September 8, 2012

Let the Rain Come Down

Author: Gabrielle Evans
Publisher: Siren Bookstrand
ISBN/BIN:  978-1-61926-955-2
Genre: {M/M}, Paranormal, Series
Rating: 4.5 Nymphs
Literary Nymph Reviewer: Critter Nymph

Oscar has spent the last ten years being controlled by others. Now finally free, the young shifter is unsure of what he wants or how to live.  When he meets Demitrius, he’s surprised by all the things the huge shifter makes him feel.  As the two men feel their way around being mates, Oscar begins to learn what it means to have someone always at his back.

Let the Rain Come Down is the sixth book in the Moonlight Breed series.  The story revolves around two shifters who want love, but don’t believe they deserve it.  Demitrius has isolated himself from others, due to his perceived disfigurement, and now he no longer knows how to react around others, something that causes him more than a small amount of pain.  When it was revealed that Oscar was a white shifter, his parents could not get rid of him fast enough.  The abuse his handlers doled out leaves Oscar with his fair share of scars.  These two are perfect for each other and I loved watching them learn to come out of their perspective shells.  Oscar has many secrets however, and it’s easy to understand his fears but Demitrius gently overcomes those fears and the passion that exists between these two is intense. 

There are many wonderful secondary characters, some new and some the readers will remember from previous books that help move this story along.  There are also new shifter breeds introduced and I can’t wait to see the little ladybug find his mate. 

With each new story, the author expands the world in which this series takes place.  No longer is this just a series about a group of white shifters struggling to stay hidden from the rest of the shifter world.   More and more characters are added to this series covering everything from fae and werewolves, to vampires and shifters of all varieties.  These characters, both heroes and villains, make this a rich world that keeps the readers coming back for more. 

Fans of this series are sure to love Let the Rain Come Down and while these stories can stand alone, I would highly recommend reading them in order.

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