Friday, March 20, 2015

Release Day for Midnight Raven (Book 2 of the Moon series) + review!


Jill (left), Becca (middle), Me (right)
I was so excited when Becca asked me if I would like an ARC of this book. Of course I did! I've been friends with her for a little over 2 years now. About 5 months ago we finally got to meet up, along with another author and mutual friend, Jill Cooper. I traveled about 5 hours north to Worcester to attend the New England Writer's Signing (aka N.E.W.S.). We had a blast and Becca and Jill are not only talented writers, but absolute sweethearts as well.

 Kat Brennan was a loner. Trust no one, and don’t let anyone in, was the mantra she lived her life by. The few times she had, it ended badly. Now alone and bitter she’s facing the consequences of her actions. Until one night a chance encounter with a raven sets into motion a range of events, and desires, she thought she had buried long ago.

Cace Matthews was a successful doctor to the outside world. He seemingly had it all, good looks, a fast paced career, and a prestigious new job. But no one knew the real Cace. The shifter who searched for the truth, the end to the curse that had been placed on his family.

When the two cross paths it leads to discovery and passion.

Can Kat accept her true lineage and the magic that surrounds her? More importantly, can she let go of decades old resentments and let herself find true love? Can Cace bridge the gap between family commitments, and the desire to be himself, all while navigating his true feelings for Kat? And will they both live to see midnight?

Adult themes and content 18+ 

          Midnight Raven is book 2 in the Moon Series. I was thrilled when I got the chance to read this before it was published, in exchange for an honest review. In the beginning, I tried really hard not to like Kat. Didn't turn out that way, I grew very fond of all of these well thought out characters. The story was well developed and I loved almost every minute of it.....I say 'almost' because I was actually shocked at what happened. My first reaction to this shock went like this:

Followed quickly by this reaction to Becca: 

I've gotta hand it off to her though, she went against the norm and ended up with an amazing book. I definitely recommend this book to everyone!

****buy Midnight Raven here: ****


Rebecca Boucher was born and raised in Worcester Massachusetts. Her father instilled an early love of reading and encouraged her when she started to write. Rebecca earned a degree in Criminal Justice from Quinsigamond Community College, but her love has always been writing. After the birth of her first child, she moved to a quiet little town on the edge of Worcester County, in the heart of Central Massachusetts. Living there has inspired her to write most of her current projects. In fact, local readers might recognize some of her locations. 

Currently, Rebecca is a freelance writer and blogger. Her first novel, Hunting The Moon (The Moon Series) debuted December 2013 from Write More Publications. She has also authored three short stories and one novella, The Shadow Soldier.

When she is not writing, Rebecca is the mother to two boys, ages 12 and 14. Two of Rebecca’s favorite causes are Autism Awareness and Veteran’s causes.  All proceeds of her book, The Shadow Soldier, have been donated to the Wounded Warrior Project. 

More information on The Shadow Soldier & the Wounded Warrior Project
 can be found on Becca's blog: My Life with Books and Boys

to purchase The Shadow Soldier and send the proceeds to the Wounded Warrior Project click here: buy the book and donate

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