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Crave The Moon

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  • Posted September 30, 2012

    Another great addition to the series.

    The love story in this book is good with lots of heat. It doesn't have as much of the Jaager-Suchers as I would have liked but it was still a great addition to the series. If this is the first book you have read in the Nightcreatures Series, I highly recommend you start from the beginning and read them all. You won't be disapointed. Good book for anyone interested in werewolves and how they are created.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 11, 2012

    Waiting for #12

    I love this series :) Can't wait til number book #12 in the series

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  • Posted January 11, 2012

    Highly Recommended--you must check it out!

    In Handeland's paranormal novel, Gina O'Neill will do anything to keep her family's ranch. Archeologist Mateo Mecate is determined to dig on her ranch in search of an important key to Aztec history--one that will ensure his standing in the archeological community. But to accomplish that, he must go head-to-head with the owner. Teaming both romantically and professionally, Gina and Matt delve into the secrets of this ancient place, awakening an unspeakably evil shape shifter as old as time. Both werewolf and sorcerer, it will do anything to defeat Matt and make Gina his. Handeland's characters are wicked, sultry, and definitely strong enough to span the pages of a romantic suspense novel and keep the reader entranced until the very last page. This is by far my favorite Nightcreature Novel.

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  • Posted July 8, 2011

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    The latest Nightcreature urban romantic fantasy os fantastic

    Gina O'Neill needs cash to pay the mortgage or lose her Nahua Springs Ranch that she and previous generations of her family have lived on for ages. She believes her best solution to earn money is more paying guests at her dude ranch.

    One persistent potential customer is archeologist Matteo Mecate. He wants to excavate a section of her ranch in search of an Aztec tomb his mom told him about when he was a child. He believes her stories about a sorcerer buried on the O'Neill ranch. She plans to say no to the moldy ancient academic so is stunned when a young hunk arrives to make his case in person. As they fall in love, they awaken a dormant shapeshifting sorcerer with a thirst for revenge against the descendants of those who incarcerated this evil werewolf.

    The latest Nightcreature urban romantic fantasy (see Moon Cursed and marked by the Moon) The latest Nightcreature urban romantic fantasy starring two intriguing individuals especially the archeologist whose letters the heroine rips and tosses out are written in stilted intellectual English. The story line is fast-paced as sometimes you get what you wish for and he does twice: on first sight he wants sex with his hostess and second is the dig that gives home of escape by a malevolent monster. Lori Handeland has another engaging Moon tale.

    Harriet Klausner

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