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Leopard Moon (Book 1 of the Moon series)

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9 out of 11 people found this review helpful.

I stumbled upon this book, and I am glad I did. It has a very i

I stumbled upon this book, and I am glad I did. It has a very interesting plot and characters that have depth, that pull you into their world. I loved the fact that the book was written from both Kess's and Cormac's PoV. This is not something done in many YA novels, ...
I stumbled upon this book, and I am glad I did. It has a very interesting plot and characters that have depth, that pull you into their world. I loved the fact that the book was written from both Kess's and Cormac's PoV. This is not something done in many YA novels, but I really do love it when I find a book that does. It makes me more drawn to the characters as a whole rather than just the female lead. It is refreshing to see what both characters are thinking and doing. I find myself more in love with a couple when I can see how they both truly feel. It gets frustrating when you read YA after YA where the male is being a total jerk and you don't know why. So of course what I am trying to say is that both PoV's rocks! Now to dig into the story.

So we have Kess a strong independent female were who can take care of herself. She doesn't take crap from no one. I laughed so hard reading the lined between her and Finn. Man she nailed him good. All I was thinking was, You go girl! She has been on the run for a while trying to stay missing. Her brother Sek will stop at nothing to get her back home, unfortunately he is doing it for his own twisted reasons. Kess lives in fear that he will catch her and finish what he started.

Kess makes her way to North Carolina and gets a job at a local restaurant, not knowing that there are other were's in town. She meets Cormac at the restaurant while serving his table. He takes a shine to her and starts to pursue her. Cormac is such a sweetie. I fell in love with him from the moment he met Kess. He is such a gentleman, protecting her even when he knows he is going to get into trouble for it. Here is a guy who will stick by your side and be partner for life. I could not help but love him.

Just when Kess is starting to feel secure her brother and some of the pack show up to take her home. Kess is beside herself, what can she do? Run and leave Cormac, or stay and wait Sek out? She does want to leave but will she have a choice when the time comes. Can Cormac protect her from her brother like he longs to? Or will he die trying?

I was loved this book, it was just amazing. I love the relationship between Kess and Cormac, and Cormac and his family (though not as much with his dad, but hey he is just trying to protect his son) . It felt like coming home. This is one of those books that draws the reading in and invites them to stay awhile. I can't wait to read Jackal Moon, the second book to the series and Hyena Moon when it releases.

posted by Ravelin on May 28, 2012

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2 out of 9 people found this review helpful.

Hi

They totally stole the cover from fallen

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 31, 2013

    MARLENA

    Even though it was a truly slendid story, popculture has acknowledged werewolves . Sadly, not werefelines, it would most likely be more popular if it was based in werewolves. Lycanthropy dosen' t always consist as werewolves though. I give thumbs up to the author for creativity! I enjoy the story, hope you truly do as well.

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    Posted July 13, 2012

    How long

    How long

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