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Hunter's Moon (Entangled Edge)

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  • Posted October 21, 2013

    Sasha is bitten against her will and now has to live with the co

    Sasha is bitten against her will and now has to live with the consequences. She is running from the company who is interested in using her for research while she is trying to keep them from getting knowledge of her little sister.

    Aren whom she has had a run in with before and is a werewolf that she doesn't want to trust. She doesn't trust anyone after being bitten, but to protect her sister she turns to Aren. Aren knows that she is his mate, but he doesn't know why and doesn't know how to make her realize she is her mate.

    This is a great book full of lots of romance and suspense.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 21, 2013

    This is a story about a tough lady whose a former cop and a sex

    This is a story about a tough lady whose a former cop and a sexy determined man who knows he should give up but won't. Their star crossed lovers who were enemies at one time but now will work together to save their families and fight a bigger evil..and to keep it interesting...their shifters..she's jaguar and he's a wolf...This book is part of a series but you don't need to read the others first to understand or enjoy this one,,,but you will want to later.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 21, 2013

    This follow-up in the Moon series was just as addicting and sexy

    This follow-up in the Moon series was just as addicting and sexy as the first!  I was so happy to see these incredible characters back for more, and Sasha and Aren’s story was full of the dangerous thrills, steamy tension, and painful heartache that we all love!
    Sasha knew she was in a bad way; the Nero Organization was hell-bent on ending her life, but she was doing everything in her power to keep herself and her little sister safe.  She had her work cut out for her, because after the hell she put Aren and the pack through, her enemies far outnumbered her allies.  She’d kidnapped Adam’s mate, shot Aren and left his ankle permanently mangled, and had a hand in the death of the pack alpha (also Aren and Adam’s father).  Unforgivable by any standards, but, inexplicably, that didn’t stop Aren from feeling drawn to her and feeling as if he HAD to have her in his life.  Shadowing her to keep her safe, Aren was ready and willing to swoop in when she finally conceded to needing his help.  But just because Aren’s wolf was calling to her didn’t mean the rest of the pack would ever understand, and when Sasha and her sister needed them to have their backs…well, let’s just say there were a LOT of tense moments that followed!
    I was worried I just wouldn’t be able to make myself like Sasha for this story, but I was surprised to find myself sympathizing with her even after everything she put the pack through.  There were times when I felt like she was being selfish, I mean she was literally risking the safety of the entire pack in order to keep Nero away and she didn’t show a lot of remorse for what her requests were doing to their lives.  But her love for her sister was what drove her, she cared deeply for her and wasn’t going to let her become an experiment for the despicable Nero employees like she had.   I loved her determination and her newfound loyalty to these wolves who were gradually letting her in, and it made for a lot of heart-racing thrills and drama that kept me hooked!
    With a captivating storyline, exciting twists and action, and some crazy-hot sex to boot, Hunter’s Moon was a wonderful second installment for the series.  For those who haven’t had the pleasure of reading Lisa Kessler’s work yet, definitely check out the Moon series and see her talent firsthand! 

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 21, 2013

    Sasha has taking care of her sister since their parents were kil

    Sasha has taking care of her sister since their parents were killed. She is a police detective and keeping a secret from her sister. That falling for the wrong guy and he changed her to a jaguar. She working to take down the Nero Organization. She's done something's she is not proud of and can't change. Sasha knows Aren is following her but she thinks he is trying to kill her for what she has done. Aren is trying to get Sasha to see that he is trying to help her, since he knows she's his mate and his wolf wants to claim her. Sasha doesn't believe that he can forgive her for everything she has done and tries to push him away. Sasha sister is in danger and gets Aren to hide her in his pack. Aren is having a hard time with Sasha not wanting to realize they were mates. With everything they been through Sasha sees that Aren is the best thing for her.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 13, 2014

    Great read!

    Quickly becoming one of my favorite authors! Looking forward to finding out what happens next!

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  • Posted November 22, 2013

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    So, a couple months back I read Moonlight which was the start of

    So, a couple months back I read Moonlight which was the start of Lisa Kessler's newest series The Moon. Now we are progress into the story with Hunter's Moon. Oh yeah, we delve deeper into the series and learn more about Nero. Boy are they bad.

    While we are starting to understand the evilness of Nero, we also can't forget about the romance. Yes, we have romance, but it's a bit complicated. If you remember from the first book, you would remember Sasha was a bit of a loose cannon. She still is, but she has a problem in a shape of a werewolf by the name of Aren Sloan. Poor Aren; he finally finds his mate and she's not what he expect. Oh goodness. 

    Why this book is pretty awesome: 1) We get little more information about the bad guy. 2) Sasha and Aren's relationship is bit complicated. Come on, she tried to kill him in the first book. When more secrets are reveal, somehow more secrets pop-up. So far, I'm finding each story is getting a bit more exciting. I can't wait to see what happens next. As I said Hunter's Moon is pretty awesome. I would advise reading Moonlight first cause you might get a bit lost in this story if you haven't read it first. Other than that, checkout this series if you like paranormals. 

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    Rating 4 1/2stars

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  • Posted November 14, 2013

    I really enjoyed this book!  There was wonderful romance and adv

    I really enjoyed this book!  There was wonderful romance and adventure and room to see more characters in more books!

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