Thursday, December 30, 2010

A Safe Harbor by Moira Rogers

A Safe Harbor
by Moira Rogers

Published: July 2010
Genre: Romance, Werewolves
Rating: 4

Description from the amazon:
A bootlegger will save her life. A debutante will steal his heart.

Joan Fuller enjoyed a privileged life—until her wealth and connections garnered her the wrong sort of attention. Her rejection of a textile heir’s proposal comes back to bite her when he turns out to be a werewolf on the prowl for a mate.

She may have been turned against her will, but now that she’s part of his pack she sets out to protect all its women. Even if that means joining forces with a witch and a vampire—and leaving the comfort of Boston.

Former bootlegger Seamus Whelan has cleaned up his act, but when his old partner Gavin comes to him for help, he can’t say no—no matter how deadly the threat. Escorting some female wolves to safety should have been easy, except their leader is a prim ex-debutante with enough power to challenge Seamus himself.

Her courage captures his interest, and her first hesitant kiss ensnares his heart. But before they can build a haven for their kind, they must free themselves of the past—and the powerful man who’s out to teach her a lesson she may not survive…

Warning: This novella contains a rakish werewolf bootlegger forced to join forces with a teetotaling ex-debutante as they fight epic battles, engage in criminal activities and eventually give in to inappropriate passion on a kitchen counter.

fyi: kindle version is currently available at $2.80

Building Sanctuary series:
A Safe Harbor

My two-bits:
In-a-word(s): healing
Along with werewolves and vampires in this story, the element of magic is thrown in which was new for me. This combo mix is what carried my interest throughout this story - you know, wanting to know the who and the what and the why.


* review copy courtesy of authors

* note: i really loved their team lumberjack vampire vs. team werewolf bootlegger contest earlier this year - i started out as team switzerland and then finally settled on WEREWOLVES - so fun!



  1. See, that is why anyone associated with the paranormal MUST keep a container of Lysol kitchen wipes on hand. Just sayin'. :O

    Deflowered counters aside, this sounds like a terrific read,- love Moira Rogers!

  2. Since reading their Freeze Line holiday short with Carina Press I've been interested in these, thanks for the reviewness Velvet!

  3. Ok... this sounds seriously fun.....

  4. Oh kitchen counter you say! I say yum! lol
    Thanks for the review!


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