Dearborn (Woodland Creek) by Jenni Moen (Review by Shelley C – #NerdGirlRed)


Title: Dearborn (Woodland Creek)

Author:  Jenni Moen 

Published Date: November 15th 2015

Genre:  Paranormal Romance


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I feel his emotions in living color. As if they are my own.

If he’s angry, I rage with him. If he’s grieving, I do too. When he thinks about the past, I’m right there, walking beside him. I am the window to his soul, and yet, in spite of that, he’s a riddle with no solution.

A puzzle with too many missing pieces.

We always want what we can’t have. All I wanted was some peace and quiet. To fall in love with someone untouched by the magic of Woodland Creek. I craved normalcy.

But not as much as I craved him.

When he returns to town a broken hero, there’s no choice to be made. I will reach him when no one else can. Together, we will face a future he doesn’t want.

Why? Because our love is pure magic.


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***Shelley C – #NerdGirlRed’s  Review***
I was pleasantly surprised how much I really enjoyed this story. As part of the Woodland Creek series from multiple authors, Jenni Moen’s Dearborn caught me a little off guard. It is about a shifter, a unique (to me) type. The co main character Quinn Dearborn suffers from PTSD due to his service in the war on terror. This is what caught me by surprise; I normally stay away from any military stories due to my own personal experiences with PTSD from the war. I think the author did a good job representing what Quinn was going through and it wasn’t nearly as painful to read as I expected. But this story is not all about that, the characters were all well developed with their personalities shining through. I loved trying to figure out some of the hidden mysteries. I loved Willow’s unique abilities! I would have loved to get a little more about Vanessa and Ryan and to really know Lester’s story but maybe that will happen in another book? This is a great book for those who enjoy a love story with a little supernatural mixed in.


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