Review-Half Moon Rising by Sandrine Gasq-Dion

Half Moon Rising (Assassin/Shifter, #4) Book Title – Half Moon Rising
Author – Sandrine Gasq-Dion
Publisher - Diasq
Genre – Romance, M/M

This book is part of a series. It is in the process of being re-edited and I've left it up as is for those who are just starting. Enjoy!
They say you can never go home...
After more than a decade, Troy Bishop is going home to the family he left behind when his parents died. Little does Troy know, he's about to get a lot more than he bargained for....
Sawyer Quinton has been waiting for his mate for as long as he can remember, and was beginning to think he'd never find him. Until Troy Bishop walked back onto the Reservation.
The attraction is immediate for both men, but one is hiding a secret and the other must finally open is heart.
Sometimes you can't go back home....and sometimes when you never leave.
Sneak peek at book five, "Best Laid Plans".
This is the fourth book in the Assassin/Shifter stories. To fully appreciate the characters, I recommend you start with "A Marked Man" then "Alaska with Love" and finally "By the Light of the Moon"

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Sandrine Gasq-Dion
I have been blessed in this life to not only have parents that support me, but kids that do as well. I grew up in a loving but "Old School" French household. My parents worked for the airlines (TWA) so I was able to see a lot of Europe as a kid. I moved to Seattle Washington at the age of 22 and stayed there for twelve years before moving to Alaska for a little over two. Fairbanks, AK was one hell of an experience and I wouldn't hesitate to go back! I spent a little over a year in South Carolina before moving back to Arizona. I then left for Kansas for five years and now reside in the South for another two years. I've been married to the military in one way or another for over half my life and wouldn't change a thing about it. Writing has become my fulltime job and I've never been so happy doing a job I love and being able to do it in my jammies. I plan on writing until I dry up and die. Hopefully, that won't happen soon!

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This is the fourth book in the series. I love the way this series deals with homosexuality and the beauty of being true to yourself. The characters become like family, and you want all of them to find their happily ever after. I could not put down this book, it grabs you from page one. I love a great love story, and I enjoy twists and turns that Sandrine puts in her books.

Troy is heading back to the reservation. He has broken up with a cheating boyfriend, and he needs to face his demons. When his parents were murdered by a robber at a gas station, he went to live with Sam and his parents. Nadine is like his mom now. He tried to stay on the reservation, but the pain was too great, so he went to boarding school in Seattle and hasn't been back. He is not sure he can handle this, but it is time.

Sawyer is the oldest of the four Quinton boys. He is 24. Grayson, Xander and Wyatt are his little brothers. Along with their dad, John, they live on the reservation by Sam's parents. Sawyer lost his mom when she died giving birth to Wyatt. He has kept himself pure for his mate, but fears his mate may never come.

Troy Bishop finally comes to the reservation to meet Sam's boyfriend, Dakota. When he meets Sawyer, things don't go so well. Sawyer can't control his lupine side around Troy, so he has to be in wolf form so he doesn't let Troy know he is a werewolf. Troy tries to apologize to Sawyer for being a jerk, but ends up kissing him. They fall for each other, but bad things start happening to them, and they call in the team. Someone is trying to hurt one of them, and they need to get to the bottom of it before they get killed. When they are intimate, Troy finds out the truth about Sawyer and a few more people. Can Troy accept what Sawyer is? Can they stop the bad guy before he succeeds in killing someone? What will Troy do when his world is ripped apart? These stories are so fast paced, you won't be able to set it down. I know I could not. What will happen next?

Heidi Reviewed

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