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Fangirl Friday: Full Moon Dating, by Julia Talbot

I’d had the Full Moon Dating series on my TBR for years before I finally got round to it. And, really, I only had the chance because I had one single day off, and each book was less than 100 pages each, so I was able to binge all the books in a single day. Which I loved! It had shifters, a dating agency, fated mates, and some hot, great writing with fun characters. It was everything I could have hoped for it to be.

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Full Moon Dating: Dating and Mating for Shifters and More!

Matchmakers Stone and Harve vow to find a mate for even the toughest to match shifter or vampire. New Moon includes four novellas featuring werewolves, vampires, and were-kitties searching for their other halves, no matter how challenging.

Aiden and Ben: After these wolves get together, Aiden doubts he’s found his match. Ben knows better, but can he convince Aiden to stay?

Coy and Denver: City wolf Coy isn’t sure he wants to give up control. Denver is just the vamp to give Coy what he needs, but their match creates a whole new set of problems for the dating agency.

Evgeny and Feng: Tiger Evgeny worries his sheer size and strength turns off most lovers. Snow leopard Feng is an acrobat used to working without a net, but when he disappears Evgeny doesn’t know if he can close the distance between them soon enough to help.

Gage and Hamish: Gage is an impossible bottom. No one can tame this cat, but bear shifter and effortless Top Hamish is certainly willing to try.

Harve and Stone hope their success rate is 100%, but the path to true love is never easy.

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(You can find Book 5: Isaiah and Jameson using the Kobo link)

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Julia Talbot lives in the great Southwest, where there is hot and cold running rodeo, cowboys, and everything from meat and potatoes to the best Tex-Mex. A full time author, Julia has been published by Torquere Press, Dreamspinner Press, Resplendence (as Minerva Howe) and Changeling Press. She has a book coming out in June 2015 with Samhain. She believes that everyone deserves a happy ending, so she writes about love without limits, where boys love boys, girls love girls, and boys and girls get together to get wild, especially when her crazy paranormal characters are involved. Julia also writes as Minerva Howe. Find Julia at @juliatalbot on Twitter, or at www.juliatalbot.com

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★★★★★

Book One: Aiden and Ben

“Loved it. A little bite of hot shifters with a dating agency that is all for paranormals.
Loved the characters, the writing style, and the way that those sharp wolf instincts of Ben’s just said “Yes, this one is mine” right away. Exactly what I was hoping for.
I really want to see if Stone gets his wish, and I’m hoping that he does, even though there isn’t a book covering that.”

★★★★★

Book Two: Coy and Denver

“I’m loving how each book introduces the next couple. Also love the dual POV with an added bonus of Stone’s POV to show the inner workings of the agency. Addison was a great addition, and I’d love to see his story with Cole, even if it isn’t listed here. I hope it’s at least mentioned again.
Really loved the original twist on cross-species dating. Some great concepts here, within the series. I can’t believe it’s taken me so long to read this series.”

★★★★★

Book Three: Evgeny and Feng

“Really loved finally seeing Stone and Harve get together! Totally the highlight of the book for me, which is wrong, I know, but… #sorrynotsorry”

★★★★★

Book Four: Gage and Hamish

“Loved it.”

★★★★★

Book Five: Isaiah and Jameson

“Loved it.”

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