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Shoot for the Moon (Black River Pack) Paperback – December 28, 2014
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- Publisher : CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (December 28, 2014)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 116 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1506198201
- ISBN-13 : 978-1506198200
- Item Weight : 8.1 ounces
- Dimensions : 6 x 0.29 x 9 inches
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There was a bit of overlap with Book 1 in the beginning, with the author going over the same scenes except from Eliza and Spencer's point of view. If you haven't read Book 1, it'll get you up to speed on what happened and how Eliza and Spencer have reached this point. But if you have, it's repetitive; it felt redundant to me.
Anyway. This story felt a bit draggy because Spencer keeps repeating how dumb he's been not to recognize Eliza was his mate all this while, while Eliza is hesitant to trust him because she keeps dreaming about him rejecting her. They were at a bit of a stalemate with not much happening for about half the book. His excuse for ignoring his wolf's earlier instincts about Eliza somehow didn't seem convincing to me. I also didn't feel that Spencer did much to make Eliza feel cared for. Since she has suffered so much rejection and fear in the past, he really needed to be more gentle and tender with her to help her feel safe, and I didn't see him doing that. This made me disappointed in the romance aspect of the book.
The she-wolf challenge thing felt forced, like as if the author knew there needed to be more conflict in the story so she had to throw something in. If mating is instinctive and shifters automatically recognize their mate, it makes no sense for another she-wolf to insist that Spencer is her mate and claim that he's choosing the wrong person. The author didn't explain why Layla would think this way, so the whole scenario felt extremely weird.
I didn't fall in love with Spencer and I don't quite know why Eliza did. That's why this book has only three stars.
I liked how they come to be. But the the rocky road. They start to communicate with each other. The sex between them is hot 🔥🔥🔥. Through out the development of the relationship is great.