Mona Lisa Eclipsing (Monere Series #5)

Mona Lisa Eclipsing (Monere Series #5)

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by Sunny
     
 

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The national bestselling author returns with a new passionate, erotically charged paranormal novel.

Roberto, a jaguar-shifter of mixed Monère heritage, arrives in Cozumel to kill a rival. But he finds a more valuable prize in Mona Lisa, a Monère who's lost her memory and can be manipulated into believing anything-no matter how dark or dangerous

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Overview

The national bestselling author returns with a new passionate, erotically charged paranormal novel.

Roberto, a jaguar-shifter of mixed Monère heritage, arrives in Cozumel to kill a rival. But he finds a more valuable prize in Mona Lisa, a Monère who's lost her memory and can be manipulated into believing anything-no matter how dark or dangerous.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780425238943
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
04/05/2011
Series:
A Novel of the Monere Series, #5
Pages:
320
Sales rank:
1,118,905
Product dimensions:
5.10(w) x 7.90(h) x 1.00(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Sunny is a former physician and the wife of novelist Da Chen.

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Mona Lisa Eclipsing (Monere Series #5) 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 87 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Only a few months have passed since Mona Lisa went from living in Manhattan among humans to learning she was a hybrid Monere. She has since become the Louisiana Queen with a major circle of influence including five male lovers due to her respect for others rather than the contempt her peers display. Mona Lisa has also been to hell and back (see Mona Lisa Darkening) However she feels she erred when she sent her beloved cursed Dante Morell away though Mona Lisa is aware of their ancestral link (see Mona Lisa Craving) and their shared grief over her miscarriage. Since he was last seen in Cozumel, Mexico she heads there to bring him home. The mission goes wrong and she loses her memory of who she is and why she is there. Roberto the were-jaguar with some Monere blood meets Mona Lisa. He takes advantage of the amnesiac Monere queen. Mona Lisa Eclipsing is a strong erotic urban fantasy thriller as the heroine has to relearn her Monere Children of the Moon heritage for the second time; but affirms a Yogism that her reeducation is easier due to "deja vu all over again." The story line is fast-paced from the moment the Louisiana Queen goes to Mexico and never slows down as readers anticipate what will happen if she remembers all. Harriet Klausner
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Breseis More than 1 year ago
This book was pretty good for the long awaited novel in the series. Towards the latter part though I will admit I may have been a little bored when it came to the part about the monere people surfacing in the real world. Part of what I loved about the monere race and even in my life is the anonymity and the privacy that it entails. Revealing the race, in my opinion, took away from the mystery of the group. I still loved the book though. The intimacy in the different parts always has my heart racing. Sunny always does a good job of writing the story in a sexy way. Can't wait for her next one.
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2BaLadyhawk More than 1 year ago
Love your Monere series Sunny I am just getting ready to read Mona Lisa Eclisping as I have read the entire series up to this book and with each new book I read it without stopping and am always excited to wait for each new book... please Sunny don't stop writing your unique Monere series!!!
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