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Moon Burning (Children of the Moon Series #3)

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  • Posted March 27, 2011

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    A passionate and wonderful book

    Lucy Monroe takes us back to her intriguing paranormal world in Moon Burning.

    Barr is a man whose believes strongly in duty and protection of his people. He hadn't ever dreamed to be laird over the Donegal clan but when this is asked of him he readily agrees. Barr knew this new leadership would be a struggle for the floundering clan but he had faith in his ability to lead. He didn't expect to find a mesmerizing naked woman in the forest when he was hunting with the clan. Barr is shaking by the intense attraction he feels for this woman. He vows to protect her at all cost. Barr is also leader of its werewolf pack and thinks in Sabrine he has found his true mate.

    Sabrine has given her word to protect her people. She is determined to find the sacred stone and return it so her people will thrive. Sabrine pretends to have no memory prior to being found in the woods. She thinks this will give her easier access to the clansmen and be able to retrieve the sacred stone. Sabrine keeps her raven shifting ability to herself for she was raised to believe that the wolfs are her enemy. But once Barr stakes his claim on her body will her heart be far behind?

    Moon Burning is a captivating story that is hard to put down. The characters are charismatic and deeply moving. The relationship between Barr and Sabrine is intriguing as well as sensual. The friendship between members of the clan is heartfelt and riveting. I love being drawn into this world and hope to come back to it again soon. You can never go wrong with a Lucy Monroe story.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted January 3, 2011

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    enjoyable historical romantic fantasy

    She would do anything to save her endangered shapeshifting people, but fears extinction is a reality that is coming unless Sabine believes she can pull off a desperate ploy to obtain and return the sacred Moon stone to her clan. The problem is the enemy Donegal clan possesses what she believes rightfully belongs to her people.

    Sabine sets up a scenario for Chrechte Laird Donegal to rescue her. He does and she shams amnesia as a means to gain access to his keep. However, Sabine had not counted on falling in love with her enemy host while he reciprocates her deep feelings. Failure to take the holy artifact home will destroy her people, but doing so will destroy her.

    The third Children of the Moon historical romantic fantasy (see Moon Awakening and Moon Craving) is a wonderful entry as the heroine struggles with her quest and her heart. Character driven, the fast-paced story line requires some reader adaptation to Scottish medieval vernacular, but that use of authentic language also adds to the sense of belief that Chrechte shapeshifter lead Celtic clans in the twelfth century.

    Harriet Klausner

    3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 23, 2012

    aww only the third

    lucy does a wonderful job making a book easy to read and fun doing it.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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