Series: Moon Series, Book #2
Author: A. J. Llewellyn
Length: Novella (94 Pages)
Publisher: Totally Bound Publishing (November 21st, 2013)
Heat Level: Low to Moderate
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥3.5 to 4 Hearts
Blurb: If you had the chance to go back and erase the last twelve years of your life…would you?
World champion surfer Gaby Loe inexplicably lost twelve years of his life when he wiped out in a bad surfing accident. When he came to the surface, he discovered his beloved dog Ginger, his car, his keys, and his entire life were gone. Ntino, the man he’d loved had turned on him. Mickey True, his best friend, had stolen his name and was making money based on Gaby’s mysterious disappearance. But Gaby has the perfect life now, with Pono, the man he loves, until…
Unbelievably, on Christmas morning, on the day of a wolf moon, when magic is supposed to happen, the two men have a rare fight and Gaby grabs his board and goes surfing. He wipes out again and when he makes it back to shore, Ginger is waiting for him. Somehow, Gaby has gone back in time and its twelve years ago. Ntino is waiting for him. Mickey is still his friend. Can he—will he—take control of his past to secure the future of his dreams?
Product Link: https://www.totallybound.com/wolf-moon
Review: This book is an amazing read. It leads into many things paranormal and has a fantastic pull to it.
Gaby is a world champion surfer who lost twelve years. The boyfriend from the past is in the past. He falls in love with Pono, who in turn loves him with every breath he has in him. There is a twist to this story that will fascinate you and will entice you to read more. Gaby is a loving and caring man, who in the past was kind of selfish, but in the future is the best man he could be. Pono is a tender and caring man, who is so easy to fall in love with. The sex between them is just as they are tender and loving.
There is a time traveling element in this story that brings the plot into the amazing category. I sit on the bed, with the classic music channel playing and read this story all the way through. It kept me on the edge of my seat.
I loved this story and will love having it in my library to be read later on.