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Ivy Cole and the Moon

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 31, 2008

    The new 'it' girl of horror

    A real treat! Changed the way I looked at werewolves. No wallowing in self-loathing over being a wolf, no death by silver, none of the cliche movie stuff. The idea of a southern belle wolfing out on immoral people is the best idea ever.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 9, 2008


    This book is bone chilling full of fun, eye for an eye. Ivy Cole will not allow harm to come to the innocent. She will not allow animals to be treated cruelly. She is trusted by her animals and animals that need help. That includes the human animals that she trusts as people. She hides a secret within herself. One that she, her Aunt and her trusted K-9 companion know about. She has kept to herself in her little country home until she starts to see the abuse around her in this little town of hers. She can not longer maintain and stay to herself as there is something evil that lurks out in the woods that is out to prey upon her. She finds herself falling in love with a wonderful man but denies her feelings because how can she tell him what she really is. How savage she can be when provoked. The time will come when he will find out for himself. She will go off into the night and a battle will insue, a rape or is it a rape will take place and now we must all wait to see what will happen to Ivy Cole, will she have a child? Will it be born of love or of evil.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 22, 2006

    Definately worth the read....

    I really enjoyed the story but was somewhat disappointed in the abrupt ending. I was hoping to see more happen between Ivy and the good deputy. I really hope to see a second part to this book. Either way, its a really good, fun read and I recommend it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 28, 2006


    Very good read and great story. Look forward to seeing more. Wish there had been a little more at the end and was disapointed there wasn't more of a conclusion with the deputiy.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Ivy Cole believes in an eye for an eye. If someone wrongs her, she has the physical ability to enact revenge when the first full moon rises following the affront, which she does. Ivy leaves behind the mutilated remains of those she has judged and executed as a warning to others.------------ In the North Carolina Mountains, Sheriff Hubbard and Deputy Melvin Sanders investigate the violent murder of Clifford Hughes with the early evidence pointing towards Ivy as she and the victim had a dispute just before he was found brutally murdered. As the two cops find further proof that Ivy killed Clifford, they begin to also think she is not human as a person could not have done the deeds they believe she has performed. Still to his chagrin Melvin is attracted to Ivy so his heart and soul prays she is not the culprit while his brain believes not only she is but that she is a shapeshifter. However, soon new proof arises that indicate a second deadlier werewolf is also residing in the mountains, who might just be a rogue killer seeking Ivy.------------------- IVY COLE AND THE MOON is a fantastic werewolf thriller starring a moralistic heroine who provides her own brand of justice to those people whom she believes is evil. Ivy is a fascinating protagonist as she goes about her monthly business while Appalachia will never seem the same as the vivid chilling descriptions of the geography (and the kills) add to the overall haunting feel of doom coming to Ivy. This powerful supernatural tale with subtle references to Hollywood insures readers will know howling in the Tarheel state has nothing to do with Dean Smith and all to do with Gina Farago proving werewolves are on the prowl.------------- Harriet Klausner

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    Posted November 10, 2008

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