The Wolves of Twin Moon Ranch by Anna Lowe

When I first read the first book in this series, I was struck by the stark realism I found in the descriptions of the land. When I went searching for information to set up this series page, I found this information on Anna Lowe’s website:

Twin Moon Ranch is based on the Arizona ranch I once worked on. The gateway hung with the ranch brand, the council house, the dining hall, the one-room schoolhouse, and the overall layout of Twin Moon Ranch were all inspired by the ranch I fell in love with. Of course, the real ranch didn’t have werewolves or many hunks, so Twin Moon is much better! The experience of working on that ranch also gave me my fascination with the desert in all its moods and seasons – a fascination that comes through in my stories.

Blue Moon Saloon

This is another series of shifters that have been invited to live and work in the town close to the Twin Moon Ranch. There are 6 books in the series plus Anna’s always delightful Bonus Scenes. Now the Bonus Scenes must be obtained from her website.

Jewels of the Heart

The action is shifting to Hawaii in this series and the next one. We are introduced to Dragon Shifters. The link back to the original Twin Moon Ranch comes from one of the Shifters’ sibling. This is a 5 Book Series.

Pearls of Desire

A second mixed species Pack arrives at the neighboring plantation. These shifters have been invited by Silas, the Alpha Dragon from Jewels of the Heart, to live there and work with his pack.

Fire Maidens: Billionaires & Bodyguards

Danger lurks over Europe, where a ruthless dragon clan plots to seize power in the grandest, most glamorous cities. The guardians of old have summoned a new generation of shifter heroes to protect the castles, cathedrals, and cobblestoned streets of their ancestral homes — and to seek out the last of the Fire Maidens, women coveted by the dark lords for their royal blood. Those women are absolutely off-limits to the young warriors tasked with protecting them. But destiny, of course, has other ideas…

 

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