Second Moon by Lynn Lorenz

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Under a rare second moon, Samantha Waters meets Duke Stevens in a bar. She’s a witch in denial and he’s a werewolf who’s dying. To her, the off-duty detective is just what she’s looking for—protection from the creepy guy chasing her. To him, she’s the answer to his prayers.

After losing his lifemate to cancer, Duke knows he’s doomed. Without a new lifemate, he faces a slow death. And from the first moment he scents Sam, he knows she’s the one. He just has to convince her to fall in love and marry him. As soon as possible. Simple, right?

But Sam’s been down the rough road to love before and she has no intention of being pushed or rushed into anything, especially marriage. Not even by a dying alpha werewolf, or his imposing father. She’s got the strength to accept Duke and his family, but does she have the strength to open her heart to him and accept that she’s a witch?

The witch and the werewolf.

On Halloween, under a second moon, anything can happen.

About Lynn Lorenz

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Lynn Lorenz is an identical twin, mother of five-year-old triplets (boy-boy-girl (BBG)) and a three-year-old singleton girl (G). She has been actively involved with various Mothers of Multiples organizations and has held officer positions with Central Jersey Triplets and More and The Greater Montgomery Mothers of Multiples. She has been a member of the National Organization of Twin Mothers Clubs, Triplet Connection, and Mothers of Supertwins. Lynn is also the creator and owner of, a website offering fun wear, invitations, cards, and gifts for families with twins or triplets.For the past 15 years, Lynn has worked as an accountant, 5 of which have been on a part-time basis. She lives in Pennington, New Jersey with her four children and husband Fred, a financial advisor and contributor to The Multiples Manual.
Published October 6, 2008 by Liquid Silver Books. 72 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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