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He lost everything, and the only person who can give him what he needs is the heir of his greatest enemy.

Ford McKesson lost his joy when his mate died of the mysterious condition. Werewolves spent two decades watching their most vulnerable packmates wither and die, and now Ford’s own pack has unmasked the culprit. For many, it’s been a time to celebrate the end of a dark period of werewolf history, but Ford can’t let go of his grief. He watches his pack move toward a brighter future while he’s left behind.

Archer Sterling’s life was built on a rotten foundation. After his grandfather tried to destroy werewolves as a species, Archer is left scrambling to make things right. But a new beast is howling in his head, and he no longer fits into the human world of his youth.

The past year has changed Grovetown—and the world—and neither Archer nor Ford know where they fit anymore. Together, maybe they can make a new kind of home, where everyone belongs.

Strawberry Moon is an enemies-to-lovers romance with two hardheaded wolves—one a grieving widower, and the other an heir to a blighted corporation that nearly destroyed werewolf kind—in the one place with a home for them both, in a non-mpreg ABO world. This is the final book in the Wolf Moon Rising Series.

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Meh but pick it up.

So I started another review and then realized why I'm rating this book lower than the rest of Wolf Moon Rising. I went into this book expecting it to be the climax of the story. I felt let down. Archer is not my favorite character, and in this he's actually kind of boring compared to the rest of the Groves. But the thing is that this isn't the climax. The climax was the previous book. This book is meant to tie up loose ends and it does that.

Michael does a fantastic job yet again. I admit to finding it odd that the way he voices the internal monologues of the characters. He uses different voices for IMs and speech. And when you listen at work, like I do, it can get confusing until you remember where you left off. Still, that criticism has much more to do with how/where I listen than the skill of the actor.

As for the true finale of this darling tale: Rowan's Thanksgiving Pies...this book is wholly worth it just to hear Rowan smile. Michael is at his best here, the writers are at their best here. What a lovely way to end it.

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Enjoyable Story

A well written story with and interesting  concept.  The characters are likeable and the narration is very good.

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