|Rhiannon Connelly travels half way across the world in search of a missing friend. Upon arriving in Scotland, she receives a strange note hidden inside of a newspaper. Cameron Tapaire finds himself instantly attracted to Rhiannon but also wary due to recent attacks on his people. Things between Rhiannon and Cameron get increasingly complicated as their connection to each other grows.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading Beneath the Blood Moon by Amanda Jayde for several reasons. The first being how the author wrote the dialogue as I would imagine a Scotsman would speak. Learning more about Celtic beliefs was also a plus. The plot moved along at a decent pace and I was able to tell that Amanda Jayde put a lot of time into creating each of the characters. There was no shortage of action which is what really hooked me on this book. The motivations behind each character's actions were believable and understandable given their circumstances.
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