Crave Crave 
Kat Kinney

Synopsis Lacey Blair had no idea about the existence of vampires and werewolves until a freak accident left her infected with lycanthropy. As a result of that night, Dallas Caldwell was banished from the pack and Lacey was left to fend for herself in a world of shapeshifters.

Ten years later, she runs the best cupcake shop in the Texas Hill Country, hunts the undead by night, and searches tirelessly for a cure for the blackouts her mother now suffers after having her memory erased by the werewolf council. The one thing she doesn’t have time for? Untangling the feelings still simmering between her and a certain ex turned best friend.

Dallas Caldwell already destroyed one life. When you’re the son of the pack Alpha, mistakes don’t just mean consequences. They mean exile. Back in Blood Moon at last, Dallas has resolved to stay away from Lacey Blair for her own good.

But when Lacey is attacked by vampires and targeted with a slow-acting biologic agent that prevents her from shifting, she and Dallas will have to team up to find out what exactly she’s been infected with—and whether this new weapon developed by the undead could pose a threat to the entire pack.

CRAVE is part of the Blood Moon, Texas Shifters series. Sizzling hot romance with an ongoing urban fantasy story arc and a guaranteed HEA in each book.

Book Review - Was anyone else feeling peckish by the end of this novel? lol I enjoyed book two in the Blood Moon Texas Shifters Series. Dallas and Lacey developed a friendship as teens and after giving in to those hormones an accident occurred that forced Dallas away and Lacey to be taken in by his mother for training.  After being gone for a few years, he returned and a new friendship develops between the two.  These two had good chemistry. There was quite a bit of action, food, drama, food, and of course angst. I think Kinney did a good job with this sequel. I love a good wolfie romance. This one did not disappoint. You can get your copy below and support the author by leaving a review.