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Dragon Moon (Moon Series #9)

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  • Posted December 3, 2012

    This is my first experience with Rebecca York's writing and work

    This is my first experience with Rebecca York's writing and works. I have to say I'm reasonably impressed by both. I read the most current book instead of the first book which is something that I despise doing because I've had bad experiences with it; but this time was pleasantly surprised. I loved the mixture of two very different worlds that blended together so seamlessly. The characters were well written as well as interesting to watch grow from beginning to end. Here are my thoughts:

    Kenna lives in a world ruled by slavery and severe punishment from Vandar. Vandar is a truly evil monster, who rules with an ironfist, and revels in seeing people fearing him. Vandar wants to not only rule this world but all other worlds and universes too. He will stop at nothing to get what he wants no matter the cost or who he hurts in the process. He plans to send a woman to the world he wants to conquer next because the men he sent failed him miserably. He's chosen Kenna for this role of spy knowing that she can do nothing to stop his plans because of the strong mental blocks and triggers places in her mind before leaving. Kenna dreams of true freedom from Vandar and tries to build up her own mental blocks against him. Kenna also has psychic abilities such as telekinesis which she uses to help her preserve books for Vandar's uses. Talon Marshall is a werewolf,who enjoys his solitude, and wilderness expedition guide. He enjoys his work which keeps him in the outdoors and away from his family as well. He discovers a box buried in the forest near his home filled with lots of cash which he turns over the police. He's enjoying a quiet evening at home when it starts storming outside and hears a woman screaming. He rushes to find the woman trapped by fallen tree branch. Talon is stunned by the thoughts that roll thru his mind upon meeting Kenna Thomas. He wants her in his bed immediately but he can't trust his instincts about this or can he. Kenna wants nothing more than to learn about this new world and the man named Talon just not necessarily in that order. Talon knows that Kenna is keeping secrets from him and hoping that she's not trying to con him. Will Kenna learn what she needs to know? What will Vandar do with such knowledge? Will Talon trust Kenna? Will Kenna explore her feelings for Talon? Your answers to these questions and more are found in Dragon Moon.

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  • Posted March 21, 2011

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    Love it

    I love this series but I feel like they are now turning to something different

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