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Moonlight Gleam's Bookshelf: Review - Changeling Moon by Dani Harper

Zoey Taylor has a secret, an ability that she wishes she never had. She moves to a small town away from the big city, running away from her fears in hopes of starting new and to discover herself. Zoey's transition is smooth at first, obtaining a position as the new edit...
Zoey Taylor has a secret, an ability that she wishes she never had. She moves to a small town away from the big city, running away from her fears in hopes of starting new and to discover herself. Zoey's transition is smooth at first, obtaining a position as the new editor for the town's paper. One night, after a cold and icey storm, she gets attacked by a wolf on her way to her car. It isn't until Zoey faces the creature while fighting for her life on the roof of her car that she realizes this is no ordinary wolf. Out of nowhere, a man comes rushing out of the dark and saves her, moments after the wolf bites her leg.

As she tries to tell the town residents of the attack, no one seems to believe that she was attacked by a wolf, and insist it was just a dog. The only person who doesn't deny the wolf attack, is the handsome man who saved her that night, Connor Macleod.

Zoey soon discover the reasons why the town's residents want her to stay quiet about the incident. The town holds an old legend. Zoey doesn't believe the legend at first, that is, until the next full moon.

Changeling Moon is a brilliant and captivating new paranormal romance series. Dani Harper does a fantastic job in bringing her characters to life through her detailed descriptions and use of relatable emotions. Connor is a caring and handsome veterinarian with special abilities, and who will do everything he can to protect Zoey from being affected by the wolf's bite. Zoey is a strong, determined, and passionate woman who feels an instant connection to Connor. There is enormous amount of bottled up lust and chemistry between these two characters from the very start, however, their connection may very well be their downfall.

My favorite elements of Changeling Moon are the various abilities presented within the novel. I enjoyed Dani Harper's description of the Changelings, how their abilities are inherited through generations, however, a regular individual can also become a changeling through a single bite. The method to reverse the transition once a person has been bitten is also intriguing. Changeling Moon is a refreshing take on the usual shapeshifting novels. The beautiful cover captures some elements within the novel that may not be obvious at first, and incorporated into the story very nicely.

This novel is the start of a wonderful series. I recommend this Changeling Moon to those who enjoy Paranormal Romance and shapeshifter tales.

5/5 - Must read! Highly Recommended!

posted by MoonlightGleam on July 23, 2011

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1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Not terrible, not awesome

This book was a good read. Nothing in it really thrilled me but it was ok - especially for a free read.

posted by 584064 on December 29, 2011

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  • Posted July 23, 2011

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    Moonlight Gleam's Bookshelf: Review - Changeling Moon by Dani Harper

    Zoey Taylor has a secret, an ability that she wishes she never had. She moves to a small town away from the big city, running away from her fears in hopes of starting new and to discover herself. Zoey's transition is smooth at first, obtaining a position as the new editor for the town's paper. One night, after a cold and icey storm, she gets attacked by a wolf on her way to her car. It isn't until Zoey faces the creature while fighting for her life on the roof of her car that she realizes this is no ordinary wolf. Out of nowhere, a man comes rushing out of the dark and saves her, moments after the wolf bites her leg.

    As she tries to tell the town residents of the attack, no one seems to believe that she was attacked by a wolf, and insist it was just a dog. The only person who doesn't deny the wolf attack, is the handsome man who saved her that night, Connor Macleod.

    Zoey soon discover the reasons why the town's residents want her to stay quiet about the incident. The town holds an old legend. Zoey doesn't believe the legend at first, that is, until the next full moon.

    Changeling Moon is a brilliant and captivating new paranormal romance series. Dani Harper does a fantastic job in bringing her characters to life through her detailed descriptions and use of relatable emotions. Connor is a caring and handsome veterinarian with special abilities, and who will do everything he can to protect Zoey from being affected by the wolf's bite. Zoey is a strong, determined, and passionate woman who feels an instant connection to Connor. There is enormous amount of bottled up lust and chemistry between these two characters from the very start, however, their connection may very well be their downfall.

    My favorite elements of Changeling Moon are the various abilities presented within the novel. I enjoyed Dani Harper's description of the Changelings, how their abilities are inherited through generations, however, a regular individual can also become a changeling through a single bite. The method to reverse the transition once a person has been bitten is also intriguing. Changeling Moon is a refreshing take on the usual shapeshifting novels. The beautiful cover captures some elements within the novel that may not be obvious at first, and incorporated into the story very nicely.

    This novel is the start of a wonderful series. I recommend this Changeling Moon to those who enjoy Paranormal Romance and shapeshifter tales.

    5/5 - Must read! Highly Recommended!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 17, 2012

    Excellent

    Great read!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 5, 2012

    Wonderful

    Completely different view of the werewolf from any I've every read, great characters and story line. Really enjoyed.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 21, 2012

    Fabulous new series!!!

    I loved this book!! Perfect blend of action/suspense & romance!! I enjoyed Zoey & Connor's relationship!! Her writing skills will get you hooked on the world she's created & the chatacters in it!!! An absolute must read!!! ;-)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 17, 2012

    Well Written

    Liked it a lot!!! Can't wait to read the others!

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  • Posted January 28, 2012

    Highl Recommend

    Loved the story. very wonderfully written. can't wait to get the next to read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 15, 2012

    Aewsome Read

    There was action and suspense immediately in the first chapter! Loved the characters and the way the author laid out the plots for a very gripping story! If you enjoy True Blood, there are parts in this book similiar to that story line. Again excellent read, I had trouble putting it down!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 1, 2012

    great story

    this was a really great story with a twist. i loved the characters and the action never stopped. it got a little slow at times but always picked up before i got bored. will read the rest of the series. highly recommend to all paronormal lovers.

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  • Posted May 20, 2011

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    engaging Canadian romantic fantasy

    Psychic Zoey Tyler moves to freezing Northern Canada when she accepts the position of editor of the Dunvegan Herald Weekly. Besides struggling to adapt to the icy weather and avoiding her otherworldly skills, Zoey has a new issue. Rogue werewolf Bernie Gervais attacks her.

    However, his assault is part of diabolical master plan to destroy the local Changeling pack; besides which he wants control of the newcomer's psychic power. The town's veterinarian and pack member Connor Macleod rescues her, but must prevent her transformation at the next full moon or else Gervais' scheme may happen. The only hole in Gervais' logic is the loving bond between his enemy and the psychic whose blood he craves.

    This engaging Canadian romantic fantasy is a great thriller due to the readers believing in the Harper paranormal realm. Zoey is terrific as she holds the plot focused while the two males make her the focus of their attention; this lead triangle makes for an exciting time as the audience anticipates the confrontation. The story line is fast-paced, but it is the strong cast in a believable realm that makes for a powerful opening act.

    Harriet Klausner

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