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The prodigal alpha returns from the navy to a whole new sea of trouble....

Aspen Grove left his pack to ensure its future, and his own. After 10 years in the navy, his father is dead, his brother is pack alpha, and he’s ready to return. But does the pack he turned his back on still have a place for him so many years later?

Brook Morgan has seen the dark side of alpha wolves - their violence, their brutality, their greed. He has only taken the first small steps toward recovery when Aspen Grove, the alpha who stole his heart then abandoned it 10 years ago, returns to Grovetown. Thank the moon he can lose himself in video games and put the only alpha he'd ever wanted out of mind for good.

After abandoning his rightful place in the Grove pack, Aspen is struggling to find where he fits in, but when the feral wolves who tormented Brook return looking for more trouble, he has to protect his home, and his mate, or risk losing them both forever.

Hunter Moon is a second-chance, childhood sweethearts romantic wolfish romp, featuring one misplaced navy alpha, a mechanic who’s better with cars and video games than with people, and enough apple butter to soothe all woes, in a non-mpreg ABO world.

Content warning: Please be aware that this story deals with trauma and recovery.

©2021 FlickerFox Books (P)2021 FlickerFox Books

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Oddly and perhaps a little offensively Aspen has always been Mr Second Best. This translates to his book too. I still feel like Black Moon is the best Wolf Moon Rising, but this is a good and close second best. As ever the Flicker Foxes are kind with mental health and trauma. We see a lot more of the darkness I normally associate with them in this book. The Flicker Foxes are excellent with real dark, they understand it's not the gore or the battles but the emotional reaction. It's what makes this and others of their books so strong.
Fell is quite possibly one of the better narrators I've heard, but he fails slightly in this book. He occasionally forgets the point of view and drops the characterization at times do it makes it difficult to follow which character is speaking. Still his characters are real, human, and you can easily understand the emotions conveyed on the page. Plus he has a sexy voice

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Good book but audiobook has issues

I really like this series & like this book in particular but the errors in the audiobook were very distracting. Several places where you can hear sirens or other background noises in the recording as well as points were the editing fell short with narration errors that were not cut out. I enjoyed the narration overall but felt the editing issues are not up to the normal level I have come to expect from an audible purchase.