Luna Rising by Sara Snow – A Book Review

Posted June 25, 2020 by Booksandblurbs in Menage, PNR, Reviews / 1 Comment

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Luna Rising

(The Luna Rising Series – Book 1)

by Sara Snow
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

PNR, Slow Burn Menage
Available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited

Down & Dirty

This is a fast read, though an interesting one. It plays with the Werewolf mythos and offers up a new look at a classic trope. Free on Kindle Unlimited.

What is it about?

(Blurb from GoodReads)

Xavier Blackwood is the man every girl at my college dreams about at night, myself included but I’d never let anyone know that.Standing at 6’8 with steel grey eyes he’s a walking wet dream but he’s also a world-renowned a-hole. Who would have thought one night after dragging myself home after doing double shifts at the diner I’d be jumped by three men only to have Xavier come to my rescue.

Oh yes, Xavier bloody Blackwood saved my life but the thing I saw, the CREATURE that ripped those men to shreds wasn’t the Xavier everyone knows.He wasn’t humanHe was a wolf, a demon, a creature from myths and it was the most amazing sh*t I’ve ever seen until he attacked me too and knocked me out.

Humans that learn about the existence of werewolves have to die. …There are NO exceptions.So you see, sometimes the person that saves you only CONDEMNS YOU to a worse hell.

Thoughts on Luna Rising

Ok…. so I liked this, I just didn’t LOVE it. It felt very short and lacked a few details that would have enriched the story, like mentions of her past, etc. Beyond that, however, it was a decent tale that twisted the familiar werewolf myth enough to have it stand alone.

I’ll follow the rest of the series.


First Person, Multiple POV

Ending Type:




Romantic Dynamic

MMF (for now?)

Character Age Range:


My Final Verdict on Luna Rising

A curious addition to the shifter legends, one that asks more questions than it answers and leads into a drama that is only hinted at… while other issues inundate the main narrative. Intriguing.

Luna Rising

Published April 17th, 2020
140 Pages

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