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Kiss of a Dark Moon

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 13, 2012


    Love it!!! I totally recomend this to anyone who love paranormal romance...sorry about my spelling btw i'm soooooo bad at it cuz i like speak 6 languages and i get it mixed up sometimes, but still you should defenetly read this<3

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  • Posted February 19, 2012

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    I thought this was a really good book!

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  • Posted October 23, 2008

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    Couldn't put it down!

    Being a lycan hunter has Kit March's raison d'etre since the soulless monsters killed her parents. Unfortunately the international organizations of lycan hunters forbid women to hunt and have marked her for death. When Rafe Santiago appears from Europe to eliminate her, she should be more afraid than intrigued by the handsome, ruthless assassin. Yet something about him draws her, even as she runs for her life.<BR/><BR/>Rafe can't bring himself to complete the mission that has driven him for as long as he can remember, nor can he resist the sizzling attraction he feels for Kit. But can he convince her he¿s trying to keep her alive when every lycan and lycan hunter in America is out to kill her? <BR/> <BR/>MARKED BY MOONLIGHT, the first in the Moonchasers series, introduced us to Kit through her brother Gideon. This book takes us further into a well-crafted, original, paranormal world where the characters continually learn new rules and ancient truths that change them and their reality forever. Kit is feisty and courageous, and we cheer her every step of the way. The mysterious Rafe is a hero anyone will fall in love with¿a loner with a terrible secret who gives his heart reluctantly and completely. The plot twists and surprises were so unexpected, I couldn¿t put this book down. Bravo, Sharie Kohler! I can¿t wait for the next story!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 21, 2008

    a terific paranormal thriller

    Kit March is a successful Lycanthropic hunter. However her skills make her and her brother Gideon many enemies amidst the Lycan community. Especially wanting her dead are the leaders of the NODEAL (National Organization Against Ancient and Evolving Lycanthropes) reject the concept of a female hunter even one as dedicated as Kit is and that of rogue hunters like the March siblings, dedicated since Lycans killed their parents.--------------- EFLA (European Federation of Lycan Agents) are taking over NODEAL in a merger of the two groups. However, to complete the negotiations NODEAL demands EFLA kill the March duet. EFLA sends top operative Rafe Santiago to eliminate Kit and Gideon he knows his mission is no mercy, but Rafe finds himself in trouble as Kit somehow steals his heart and he cannot prevent himself from saving her life. This confuses the female huntress. However he has a bigger secret agenda than the merger involving the blood line of his beloved.----------------- The second Shari Kohler Lycanthrope hunter romance (see MARKED BY MOONLIGHT) is a terific paranormal thriller that grips the audience from the first time Rafe saves Kit¿s life and never slows down as his behavior bewilders her, fans, and himself when he insists on no mercy. The story line is driven by this coupling as they appear to be star-crossed. Although Kit¿s competency seems a bit weak, readers will marvel at the revelations that set up future entries in the Kohler mythos yet also provide a delightful stand alone tale.--------------- Harriet Klausner

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