Prince Michael Sigmaringen joins his sister-in-law, Caroline, and the vampire prince, Darius, in a daring rescue, igniting Rosa's desire to find her family. However, all is not as it appears. Rickard, Rosa's friend, escapes with her. Clement will go to any lengths to get Rosa and Rickard back.
At Darius' fortress, Michael soon discovers Rickard is a new breed of werewolf – one who can control the change, and Clement hopes to exploit Rickard's abilities.
Michael's courage, strengths, and convictions will be tested like never before. Can Michael and Rosa find true happiness and the rid the lupine haunting of the Sigmaringens once and for all?
Moon Over Brasov didn't disappoint. It has some characteristics that are typically found in the author's paranormal romances.
First, the paranormal characters are both good and bad, and some of them have evolved from the stereotypical monsters of the past.
Second, There's always an element of danger to drive the plot. The reader gets the impression that the good guys are barely ahead of the bad ones.
Third, the romance between the two main characters is deep, true, and appealing.
Fourth, there is a rich supporting cast.
And last of all, the author takes us to some rather exotic locations.
This was a feel good read that ended just the way I wanted it to, and I liked that the author left some scope for a sequel at the end. Maybe she'll do a fans a favor and let us see what happens next.