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Never Cry Werewolf (Crimson Moon Series #5)
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Never Cry Werewolf (Crimson Moon Series #5)

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by L. A. Banks
 

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The last fight between the werewolf clans spilled onto the streets of New Orleans—and now the whole city's on red alert. Martial law has gone into effect. Mediums, ghost hunters, and other supernatural pundits have taken over the media, swarming the Big Easy to expose the hard truth about lycanthropes. And to make matters worse, a beastly killer is clawing up

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Never Cry Werewolf (Crimson Moon Series #5) 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 53 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
After dealing with the warring werewolf clans in New Orleans, Captain Sasha Trudeau and her black-ops team, which report to the Paranormal Containment Unit, are sent to NORAD in the Colorado Rockies. The men who oversee various parts of the military are displeased with the squad's performance because humans died and the public accepted the fact that supernaturals exist. A second team led by human Colonel Madison, who detests and fears the paranormal, are sent to New Orleans to give an unbiased account. Sasha knows he will get his unit killed and stary a war thaat will end with millions killed because the colonel is unaware of the various species, their governing boards or their unique power. Ancient were-leopard Junq Suk forms an alliance with Vampire Elder Vlad. He gives her a young body into which she transfers her essence into goes on a killing spree making it look like werewolves were hunting humans. The unholy pair hopes the humans eradicate the werewolves who they want punished for their transgressions. The vampire also plans to regain his position as head of the United Council of Entities by proving the wolves brole protocol and by working with an Unseelie Fae who has her own agenda. Sasha tries to minimize the damage Madison does because she doesn't want the city flooded in blood. Never Cry Werewolf is a marvelous magical military urban fantasy. Sasha finally comes to grips with her feelings about Hunter who is injured trying to prevent a war from breaking out. She also comes to grip with her half-human and half shadow wolf nature. However, what makes this latest action adventure Crimson Moon tale so good is L.A. Banks uncanny skill of using the military via her heroine, the brass and Madison to make the supernatural natural. Harriet Klausner
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have read all of the series and enjoyed the easy follow flow of the books. The series is a fast read for slow readers like my self, there isn't alot of beating around the bush to prop up the scene. There is enough of some detail to get you through the scene and on to the climax. I HATE books where the whole book leads to the twist at the end, this book and series flows in general directions, vampires bad, were-wolves are 80% bad, shadow-wolves are just bad @$$. I LIKE SO I RECOMMEND.
LindsayRae More than 1 year ago
The whole series is fantastic. Banks makes Sasha Trudeau a sexy, kick ass, force to be reckoned with. I love the military roles that Banks incorporates with the hierarchy and structure. The loyalty of Trudeau and her team is moving. And the sex scenes literally make your blood boil! Do yourself a favor and read the entire series!
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