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  • Posted July 23, 2014

    Wolves attack Amelia Singer family, her brother tells her to tra

    Wolves attack Amelia Singer family, her brother tells her to travel west to were her grandmother whom she never even knows about lives. Upon finding her grandmother she learns there are such things as werewolves and those are what killed her parents and brother. Amelia learns that she is The Prophecy. Now power hungry shifters everywhere will stop at nothing to share in that prophecy. Amelia meets Chase and her grandmother approves of this relationship. Yet Amelia meets Cutter a loner and more. She is drawn to both men yet her grandmother only approves of Chase.
    What happens next is made out of nightmares.

    I really enjoyed this book. All the characters are well rounded and the storyline is very believable. Amelia is such a likeable character and you really want her to find happiness, well hold your breathe as their are those that are going to try and stop that with their very lives or lives of her friends.

    5 Stars
    Patches

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  • Posted May 11, 2013

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    This is Lisa's new werewolf paranormal romance story. I must say

    This is Lisa's new werewolf paranormal romance story. I must say I did enjoy it. I am a huge fan of Lisa's ever since I read "Wake Me When The Sun Goes Down". It is one of my top favorites. Ok, back to Moonsong. Amelia and her family are attacked by werewolves, killing her parents and barely escaping herself, Amelia runs to the only family she has left, her grandmother. She has never met her before but desperately needs her help. Amelia finds out that everyone in her family are shifters, including her but she is unable to actually change shape. Not only is she a shifter but she is the one the prophecy believes to unite all the shifters. In order for the prophecy to come to pass, she must choose a mate and conceive a child. That child will become a great leader. She meets Chase, whom she feels an instant attraction to, and considers him to maybe be her mate. If he could only get over his dominate personality. Walking through the woods one day, Amelia is attacked by a mountain lion, that's when she meets Cutter. She can't figure out why this man who pushes her away and wants nothing to do with her, intrigues her so. Cutter has a past that would break any woman's heart and Amelia is determined to no let him push her away. If Amelia and Cutter are to be together, Cutter will have to fight for her with Chase. All along Amelia finds betrayal from the one person she thought she could trust, her grandmother. With her on plans for Amelia, she is determined to make sure Chase is her mate, even if it means hurting Amelia.

    If you like shifter stories then you will like this. Its cute, its exciting, its sad, it pulls at each part of you. I am excited to continue to read more stories from Lisa.

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  • Posted August 1, 2012

    I enjoyed this book. I love werewolves and this one definitely

    I enjoyed this book. I love werewolves and this one definitely satisfied my needs:) The storyline was intricate and kept me guessing.

    Amelia "Millie" was a great character. I admired her tenacity and her unwavering love. Even Scarlett and Chase played their parts well. Adele was also an interesting character with such an air of mystery around her.

    The only thing I was less than pleased with, was the age difference between Amelia and Cutter. I would have appreciated a little less of an age gap.

    The story didn't have that WOW factor, but was great none the less. I really enjoyed the read and recommend it to all paranormal romance New Adult fans. I give this read four glittery stars!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 31, 2012

    Fun Read!!!!

    Characters very believable and the conflicts are understandable.
    Teen age rebellion at a later age. Loved it.

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