Excited to be chosen for the journey of a lifetime, Natalie Inglewood is set for a trip to the moon. She’s been dreaming about this day since she was a little girl. Only once she gets into space, Rory, the other astronaut on board, exhibits a peculiar problem. Unbeknownst to him, it seems Rory has a latent werewolf gene. The closer they get to the moon, the more his beast tries to tear its way out of him. Natalie seems to be the only thing keeping it at bay.
How long can the pair go before things turn dangerous? As Natalie finds herself falling for Rory, she fears what reaching the moon might mean for him. If he shifts while on its surface, he’ll not be able to withstand the moon’s environment. The budding couple has to work together to complete their mission and attempt to somehow make it home safely.
Rory opened his mouth to say something else, but the sudden shift in Natalie’s mood did not go unnoticed. Her unexpected frown made him wary. In space, an abrupt mood change like that could mean a whole lot of things, many of them dangerous. “What is it?”
“Are you feeling all right?”
A frown of his own appeared. “Why do you—” And then suddenly pain like nothing he’d ever experienced slammed into him. It hit like a freight train, tearing through his body as if ripping him apart from the inside. He screamed. No amount of macho bravado could have kept the sound inside him. Hearing the sound of it in his own ears was chilling. He hadn’t known he could make a sound like that. “What … what’s … happening?”
He gave another howl of pain and doubled over, clutching his abdomen in agony. As he did, his arms lit with the sensation of fire. He almost would have thought they were on fire, but that would mean so many bad things for their mission. He lowered his gaze to his burning flesh and panic welled up inside of him at the sight of long, coarse hair sprouting from his arms. What the hell?
His eyes lifted to Natalie’s, and he knew they must be filled with pure, animalistic terror. “What is happening to me?”
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