• Night of the Blood Red Moon

  • Prosper Woods Wolves, Book 1
  • By: Patricia Logan
  • Narrated by: John Solo
  • Length: 7 hrs and 2 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (36 ratings)

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An old-fashioned britches-ripper with a tooth and claw twist. 

Being the prince of all werewolves sucks.

Almost 10 years ago, I did my duty and married a female even though I was desperately in love with an older man. When she died giving birth to a child who could never take the throne, I ran. I left home, shirking my responsibilities, knowing eventually they’d catch up to me. Well, they have. My father now insists I marry a female half my age so I can father a proper heir and secure our rule over the First House for several more generations. 

Being chosen to serve the king is a dream come true.

Even though I grew up poor, I worked hard to support my mother. When my mentor chose me to travel to America with the king, I was unbelievably honored to meet his son, the future ruler of all werewolves. I didn’t know how to react when I first laid eyes on Prince Caster, but he cast a spell over me with a single glance, and my life changed forever. I was not only looking at my future king, but the man made just for me. The moment his lips met mine, I knew this story would end horribly…in either heartache or death. 

Denying destiny is a terrible idea. 

As desperately as I want to ignore my attraction to the common brown wolf, I cannot. The moment I saw the warm glow of his amber eyes, the need to take him into my arms and drag him off to my bed was overwhelming. Alas, I have a duty to perform, and it doesn’t involve the man Mother Nature made only for me.

This story won’t end well…I just know it. 

Night of the Blood Red Moon is a paranormal gay romance with an HEA ending.

©2022 Patricia Logan (P)2022 Patricia Logan

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Really good story

First off I did not listen to any other books pertaining to this one. started off a little slow but definitely got better. Prince Caster is kind of a jerk, he turned his back on his son and his fated mate. Emory is a sweet soft spoken, kind hearted wolf. the story actually keeps your attention once it gets going. Unicorns, vampires and of course Wolves. John Solo did a good job bringing all of the characters to life. He made this story way more entertaining. Then there's Crabby, giving the Most hilarious advice you will ever hear. definitely a lot of LOL moments. Hopefully, the rest of the series is just as entertaining as this one. In the end I think it all works out the way it should. in my opinion, this really good story is well written and worth the credit and your time to listen.

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Great story and great audio performance!

I read the ebook of this story just a little over one month ago and I loved it. I knew then that the audiobook was coming and I couldn’t wait to listen to it. It took a while longer to release than expected but it’s here now and I started listening to it as soon as I received my review code.

I’m a huge fan of John Solo’s audio performances and he didn’t disappoint me on this one. He truly is a voice actor and the various voices he used for the many different characters sounded great to me. I hope the rest of this series comes to audio.

Prosper Woods Wolves is a spin-off of her Prosper Woods Chronicles series. It might enhance your enjoyment of this book if you’ve at least read the prequel, True Knight and book one, True Mate from that series. I’ve read those two books but not the other ones in the series. While I could tell that there was a bit of backstory that I was missing, I had enough information from reading the prequel and book one that I wasn’t lost.

With the above information out of the way, I’ve got to say that this is a really fantastic book. There were times that I was totally on the edge of my seat and other times that I was totally enchanted with some of the characters.

Prince Caster was a bit of jerk at times but he was often caught between a rock and a hard place. The one thing that was hard to forgive him for was how he treated his son, but by the end of the book all was forgiven. Emory was always delightful and I loved his devotion to his duties. He can’t quite comprehend that he and Prince Caster are fated mates.

A copy of this audiobook was provided to me at my request but my review was voluntary and not influenced by the author.

***Reviewed for Xtreme-Delusions dot com***


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Another Amazing Book By Patricia

I highly recommend All Patricia Logan's Books. I promise you will not be disappointed. Her books you can listen/read over and over again. Now I am on to the next book and I can't wait.

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Fast pace and fun


I really loved this story. So much I listened in one day. I just couldn’t seem to find a stopping point.

I loved all of of the characters. I loved the storyline.
I will definitely be looking for more in this series!

I liked the narration and the accents especially Tao ( I hope I spelled it right) just the right amount of sexy and evil.
It was easy to follow and pleasant to listen to.

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Entertaining!

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Night of the Blood Red Moon is the first book in the Prosper Woods Wolves series, a spin-off from the Prosper Woods Chronicles. 

My favorite part were the posts to the advice column at the start of each chapter, they were so much fun!

Emory was a sweetheart, a little too innocent, but still adorable. I found it very hard to like Prince Caster or feel any sympathy for him being in a situation that was pretty much of his own making. Emory and Caster were good together, and Caster got better by the end of the book, but I thought Emory deserved more. *shrugs* 

Oliver, Caster's son, was a delightful surprise. On the other hand, Theo was horrible and I was glad he got his comeuppance. 

The audiobook was entertaining, and while there were some voices that weren't to my liking, I felt John Solo did a good job with the story as a whole.

If you liked the Prosper Woods Chronicles, you'll probably enjoy this book as well. 

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Bodice ripper is a good descriptor

I had fun with the cast - really enjoyed the multiple shifter/paranormal selection
This had a bit of suspense, some light angst, and some steamy smexy moments

Emery comes across as not quite observant? naive?
I could list a paragraph of descriptors for him
Truly likable is my favorite
He is so devoted to his duties it is adorable
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Caster is a touch self-absorbed in my opinion -
How he viewed his own child - who he has not interacted with since birth
Sure you are a prince but you should be a touch more...
IDK - You had me wanting to knock you down a peg or two a few times

Despite all the hurdles, jealousies, and class differences, our two do get their HEA
But at a price, it seems
This does not end on a cliff hanger but it is the first in series

I listened to this in Audio after having read the book version
I probably should have done it the other way around because I had a bit of trouble with how the narrator voiced the characters with how I had envisioned them - I know not the narrators' fault just a heads up - the same idea as watching a movie based on a book you read - never lives up to your imagination
That being said ...

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fantastic spin off!

This is a fantastic spin off in the Prosper Woods Universe. In this story we get Caster’s story and it was fantastic. Full in intrigue, danger and family, some found and some real. Prince Caster married a woman and a had a child in the name of duty, but she died in childbirth. Caster is betrothed again. He meets Emory, a servant for Caster’s father when he arrives. Caster is enamored with Emory. I received the opportunity to listen to audio version of the story also. John Solo did a great job with the narration! Overall, fantastic!

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Exciting new series starter; fittingly narrated!

Wow! Ms. Logan packed quite a bit into this new series starter.
A wolf prince who has to marry to continue his line, (said prince already has an heir, but there are issues) and a servant who thinks he has no hope of finding his mate - this is the situation for Caster and Emory respectively.
Throw in some arrogant and/or jerk characters, a good sister, a sweet child and the oh so funny agony aunt column that starts each chapter, and you have a really good story. I loved that the characters were ethnically/culturally diverse.
Though it's a spinoff, it stands well on its own.

John Solo is a good addition to the overall enjoyment of the story. He brings the different characters to life, but really excels with the slightly snarky responses in the agony aunt column. Listening to his responses made me laugh!
John Solo is a really good performer and this is a great book to showcase his talents!
Enjoyed it!

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  • Lesetiger
  • 04-25-22

Great spin off!

After the Prosper Woods series, I was excited about this spin-off series. It actually took me a while to get into the story, but I can't say exactly what the problem was. It certainly wasn't the writing style, because it's great. Maybe it was just my disappointment with Caster's behavior towards his son. The werewolf prince Caster had married and had a son, but he didn't see him for 10 years.
Since his father's health is declining, he has decided to visit Caster and he is bringing his son Oliver with him as well. Oliver captured my heart in an instant, he is so sweet and there is a lot more to him than anyone suspects.
I found Emory sympathetic and endearing from the beginning. He is a servant who has been chosen to accompany the king on his visit to the prince. Emory loves serving his king and he does so with complete enthusiasm.
And then he meets Caster for the first time and I saw the sparks fly right away.
After my initial difficulties, I was captivated by the story fairly quickly.
I really liked the development the story took. And of course there is intrigue at court. The secondary characters were diverse and very different. The story was exciting and entertaining.

John Solo brings the characters to life and he did a great job with his narration. What I liked best was his entertaining way of presenting the column at the beginning of each chapter.

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  • Erryn Barratt
  • 04-19-22

Old friends in a new series

I very much enjoyed the Prosper Woods Chronicles including the unicorn Sheriff and his Vampire mate. I wasn’t sure what to expect in this spin-off series, but I had high hopes and I wasn’t disappointed.

Caster is set to take the throne of the werewolves, but his father’s not gone yet. The prince married a woman, despite loving a man, and she bore him a son before she died. Caster was told his child was defective – would never shift, would never be normal, would never ascend to the throne. He believed those things and therefore left his son behind in the old country and moved to America where he was free to pursue more, uh, interesting diversions. Chickens come home to roost, though, and soon his father is demanding another marriage – this time to a woman half his age – so he can sire a proper heir. Caster has provided every advantage for his son, but has never visited the boy. This broke my heart. I hoped that might change when Caster brings to boy to America.

Emory is a brown wolf. A mere servant. When he’s tasked with caring for the old king on his trip to America, the younger wolf steps up. He’s worried about the older man’s failing health, and is unstintingly devoted. He’s also fascinated with Prosper Woods and when he goes out for a run – after a shift – he discovers a whole bevy of characters, including the Unicorn King, his Vampire mate, and his son Hannibal. When Emory returns to where the entourage is staying, he encounters Prince Casper. His life changes forever.

I loved how the story evolved. Especially how little Oliver and Hannibal found kindred spirits in each other. I despaired Casper would be forced to marry his child bride, but I knew I’d get my happy ending. So my stress was in vain. In the end, this was a lovely story with more to come.

Quick shout out to John Solo – I enjoy his work and this story was no exception. Great job.

Finally, I have to say how much I enjoyed the letters to the advice columnist Crabby. I looked forward to each new chapter because of it.

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  • Aussiebumwearer
  • 04-11-22

Love This New Series ❤️❤️❤️

Thank you Patricia Logan for the brilliant first instalment of this new series in The Prosper Woods Wolves.

I really like Caster, not many people like him, think him arrogant etc.. but this first book really gives you a background into his story and he fully redeemed himself!

Emory is totally adorable 🥰

Excellently narrated by John Solo.


Highly recommend this series, especially if you loved Prosper Woods Chronicles.
The gang are also in this series too, including little Hannibal, and now Oliver 🥰❤️


Definitely gets 5🌟’s!

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  • Susana
  • 04-09-22

Great paranormal story!

For Prince Caster being the prince of all werewolves is the worst thing, almost ten years ago he married a female for duty and she died giving birth and his child could never take the throne in the future so he ran away. He left everything but he knows that eventually his father would insists on marry an other female so he can father a proper heir and secure the rule over the First House.

For Emory being chosen to serve his king is a dream come true, maybe with time he can become something more. He grew up poor and he help support his mother. His mentor chose him to travel to America with the king as his senior valet, he was excited to meet the future ruler of all werewolves.

When they first meet they didn’t know how to react, they felt an instant connection but until the first time together they knew what they were for each other and that everything isn’t going to end up good for them.

So many things are complicated and separated them, Caster need to do his duty and he have responsibilities but also Emory is just a common wolf, but can they ignore Mother Nature?
This was a great story, I live Emory and Caster. They have so many obstacles but the need to be together is impossible to ignored. John Solo did a great job narrating this book!