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Dragon Moon (Moon Series #9) [NOOK Book]

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As a werewolf, Talon is no stranger to secrets, and he can sense that the psychic Kenna is keeping something from him. But Talon is powerfully drawn to the mysterious stranger, and the urge to claim her is just as strong as the instinct to keep himself guarded. With impossible secrets keeping them apart and...
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Dragon Moon (Moon Series #9)

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Overview

As a werewolf, Talon is no stranger to secrets, and he can sense that the psychic Kenna is keeping something from him. But Talon is powerfully drawn to the mysterious stranger, and the urge to claim her is just as strong as the instinct to keep himself guarded. With impossible secrets keeping them apart and the threat from the other world drawing near, their fate hangs in the balance— unless they can learn to trust each other.




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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781101145234
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 10/6/2009
  • Series: Moon Series , #9
  • Sold by: Penguin Group
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 470,668
  • File size: 583 KB

Meet the Author

Ruth Glick has written more than seventy novels, most of them under the pseudonym Rebecca York. She and her husband live in Columbia, Maryland.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 30, 2012

    Dragon dens

    For babies and mother dragons.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 3, 2012

    This is my first experience with Rebecca York's writing and work

    This is my first experience with Rebecca York's writing and works. I have to say I'm reasonably impressed by both. I read the most current book instead of the first book which is something that I despise doing because I've had bad experiences with it; but this time was pleasantly surprised. I loved the mixture of two very different worlds that blended together so seamlessly. The characters were well written as well as interesting to watch grow from beginning to end. Here are my thoughts:

    Kenna lives in a world ruled by slavery and severe punishment from Vandar. Vandar is a truly evil monster, who rules with an ironfist, and revels in seeing people fearing him. Vandar wants to not only rule this world but all other worlds and universes too. He will stop at nothing to get what he wants no matter the cost or who he hurts in the process. He plans to send a woman to the world he wants to conquer next because the men he sent failed him miserably. He's chosen Kenna for this role of spy knowing that she can do nothing to stop his plans because of the strong mental blocks and triggers places in her mind before leaving. Kenna dreams of true freedom from Vandar and tries to build up her own mental blocks against him. Kenna also has psychic abilities such as telekinesis which she uses to help her preserve books for Vandar's uses. Talon Marshall is a werewolf,who enjoys his solitude, and wilderness expedition guide. He enjoys his work which keeps him in the outdoors and away from his family as well. He discovers a box buried in the forest near his home filled with lots of cash which he turns over the police. He's enjoying a quiet evening at home when it starts storming outside and hears a woman screaming. He rushes to find the woman trapped by fallen tree branch. Talon is stunned by the thoughts that roll thru his mind upon meeting Kenna Thomas. He wants her in his bed immediately but he can't trust his instincts about this or can he. Kenna wants nothing more than to learn about this new world and the man named Talon just not necessarily in that order. Talon knows that Kenna is keeping secrets from him and hoping that she's not trying to con him. Will Kenna learn what she needs to know? What will Vandar do with such knowledge? Will Talon trust Kenna? Will Kenna explore her feelings for Talon? Your answers to these questions and more are found in Dragon Moon.

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  • Posted March 21, 2011

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    Love it

    I love this series but I feel like they are now turning to something different

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  • Posted February 21, 2011

    Good, fast-paced fantasy!

    Kenna is an enslaved psychic from another world sent to obtain information so her master can take over our planet. Talon, a werewolve, rescues her upon her arrival during a thunderstorm. Each are keeping secrets as they fall in love and worry about how they can break her enslavement and prevent her master from conquering our world. There are some interesting twists and help arrives from unexpected places - but, did they get there in time?

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  • Posted May 24, 2010

    I'm collecting the series

    For my tastes an excellent read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 14, 2009

    Dragon Moon

    Rebecca York is a master at blending romance, fantasy and suspense. I have enjoyed her romantic suspense for many years and, for the most part, York's werewolf series is no exception. One eagerly looks forward to each new chapter in the lives of the Marshalls, a family of werewolves whose mates often possess psychic abilities. I was fully engrossed in this installment up until the last 50 pages. That is where the plot began to unravel with some confusion in both the characters and action. What could have been a phenomenal read was rendered merely okay with the author's inability to keep track of her own story and characters, leaving me feeling disappointed in the ending.

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  • Posted October 6, 2009

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    A Test of Trust for the Sake of Our World

    Kenna, a mysterious psychic visitor from another universe, is slave to a terrible master, and she has come to prepare for an invasion the likes of which our universe has never seen. In Talon Marshall, a powerful werewolf, Kenna finds a potential confidant, but she is unable to reveal to him the terrible secret that is her mission. Talon is powerfully drawn to this stranger, but his senses tell him to keep up his guard before he grows to close. He longs to possess her; she longs for his help, but can they learn to trust each other? Can she find a way to communicate her grave message to him before our world and the universe itself is doomed to ruin?
    Dragon Moon, the latest installment in Rebecca York's extensive paranormal romance set known as the "Moon Series," tells the tale of Kenna and Talon as they are caught in a struggle for cooperation and reliance upon each other for the sake of our world. The novel, as well as the entire series, incorporates many different elements of the paranormal into the craft of the story: from werewolves to shapeshifters, your desire for the strange and otherworldly will definitely be satisfied by what York has to offer with her new work. York's fascination with werewolves stems from her reading of classic werewolf stories as a teenager, and, although the series began as "Urban Fantasy," York's series has evolved over time to involve a parellel dimension where the paranormal reigns supreme. In Dragon Moon, these two universes, ours and the parallel, are at odds. Now, only an incredible pair of beings can hope to stop the total annihilation of all that we know, but first a trust must be established between them. At the center of this dimensional conflict, there exists the striving between two people for a meaningful connection and a struggle to convey well-kept secrets. This is a major part of the power behind York's most recent romance.
    This intriguing and seductive novel will be well-received by fans of York's past efforts in the paranormal genre. Dragon Moon is an ideal selection for faithful readers of her "Moon Series," but general readers of fantasy romance and the paranormal are liable to appreciate this exciting story of passion and hidden intentions. Enter into York's fantasy realm and become a part of the fight for our universe.

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  • Posted September 25, 2009

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    super romantic fantasy

    Kenna the psychic crosses through a hidden portal into earth on a mission to obtain information for her owner. During a vicious storm, a soaking wet Kenna is almost killed by a tree that falls. Werewolf Talon Marshall who prefers to be alone finds her in his lupine form, but saves her in his human body.

    They are attracted to one another and he fears she is his soulmate; someone the recluse can do without but knows he cannot. Kenna wants to tell him the truth about what she knows re her master Vandar the psychopathic half-dragon half-vampire, but a mental barrier will not allow her to so. He knows she hides something important from him, but has no earthly idea what; only that he does not trust her and obviously she reciprocates as she distrusts him with her secret

    The latest Moon romantic fantasy displays the creativity of Rebecca York as she refreshes her werewolf-life mate plot with the enslavement spell that leaves the hero distrusting his beloved and the heroine frustrated with her inability to tell her beloved the truth. The story line is fast-paced from the opening scene in vile villain Vandar's cave and never slows down as love comes at the wrong time for this couple. Series fans will relish DRAGON MOON with a strong casting as the malevolent paranormal hybrid controls the werewolf's life mate.

    Harriet Klausner

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