Dark Cravings (Moon Children #1)

Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Seeking freedom from a painful past, Chelsea settles in Alaska, hoping to find a new life - or at least distance herself from the old one.

But it isn't enough. Soon her life, and new love, are threatened.

Novella with word count of 20,403.

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Published by Katarr Kanticles Press
Words: 20,480
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452471587
About Gayla Drummond

Puppy rescuer and equine slave who loves to write and entertain people. She writes scifi as G. L. Drummond, urban fantasy and other things as Gayla Drummond.

Visit her author website at GLDrummond.com (http://gldrummond.com), follow her on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/G.L.Drummond) or on Twitter (https://twitter.com/Scath).

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Review by: Becka Sutton on July 12, 2010 :
Dark Cravings is a dark paranormal romance novella by independent author G L Drummond.

Chelsea is a rare female werewolf who fled to Alaska to escape her pack. For the past three years she’s been rebuilding her life and has even found love with the local sheriff. When another werewolf, a male, arrives in town she fears the pack have found her. But he has nothing to do with them and is there to try and protect the town from something far worse. But werewolves have powerful, undeniable desires which just might ruin Chelsea’s new life.


* Even today it’s rarer for werewolves to get the positive treatment than vampires. They just aren’t pretty enough I guess. Dark Cravings inverts that norm and then some.
* The action scenes are well done.
* While there isn’t a huge amount of character development (it’s a 20k novella so only the unreasonable would expect it) there is a beautiful balance of inner and outer conflict with the love triangle and the vampire attack.
* It’s a lovely, quick read, but there’s a hell of a lot of value crammed into this short little


* It felt like Chekov’s Gun misfired. There’s constant mention of the fact the pack will eventually find Chelsea, but it doesn’t happen in the course of the novella. I think it might be set up a sequel, but the way it kept coming up felt belaboured. Almost as if it were a subplot dropped to keep this a novella.
* I’m not a great fan of erotica and there are some sex scenes in the story. It all makes sense in context, but I prefer sex in stories to be more subtle. This is, of course, a matter of taste. It’s not so intrusive that you can’t skim it.
* Bah! But it could have been longer with a couple of subplots.


There’s a lot for fans of werewolves and paranormal romance to like in Dark Cravings and G L Drummond crafts a good tale. It’s not 100% my cup of tea, but it was a worthy read. I did enjoy it.

I rate this 3.5 stars, I've listed it as 4 because I hate to round down
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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