Over the Moon

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Three bestselling superstars and one exciting new voice in paranormal romance in a hot new anthology.

When it comes to sexy werewolves, fairies, and magic, there's only one place for readers to go this winter: Over the Moon.

Angela Knight ventures to the borders of Mageverse, a land ruled by vampire ...

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Overview

Three bestselling superstars and one exciting new voice in paranormal romance in a hot new anthology.

When it comes to sexy werewolves, fairies, and magic, there's only one place for readers to go this winter: Over the Moon.

Angela Knight ventures to the borders of Mageverse, a land ruled by vampire knights.

MaryJanice Davidson returns to the wicked lair of the Wyndham werewolves.

Virginia Kantra finds magic and wonder in a strange fairy kingdom.

And Sunny discovers a Mixed Blood Queen in command of a new realm.

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Angela Knight, MaryJanice Davidson, Sunny, and Virginia Kantra are the contributors to this original paranormal anthology; so you can be sure the lunar forecast is for hot, steamy nights!

In Angela Knight's "Moon Dance," Lucas Rollings, a cop-turned-werewolf, saves Elena Livington from an assigned marriage; all he has to do is have sex with her as often as possible -- and, yes, this alpha male is up to the task. MaryJanice Davidson gets the relationship in "Driftwood" off to a quick start, as solitary cop Burke Wolftoyer jumps down an 18-foot hole to rescue a woman who doesn't want to be rescued. She's a vampire, he's claustrophobic; naturally it turns into love. Fairies, or sidhe, are the extra element in Virginia Kantra's "Between the Mountain and the Moon," an eerie tale of strange travelers and stranger desires on the Appalachian Trail. Last, Sunny advances the story of Mona Lisa -- part human, part Monere -- and her two beautiful men in "Mona Lisa Three," as Mona takes on Manhattan, her cruel mother, and another man. Ginger Curwen
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780425213438
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/2/2007
  • Series: Berkley Sensation Series
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 336
  • Sales rank: 643,712
  • Product dimensions: 4.24 (w) x 6.82 (h) x 0.92 (d)

Meet the Author

Angela Knight is the USA Today bestselling author of the Mageverse series and the Warlord series for Berkley Books. She has also written for Red Sage, Changeling Press, Loose Id and Ellora's Cave. Besides her novels, Angela’s publishing career includes a stint as a comic book writer and ten years as a newspaper reporter. Several of her stories won South Carolina Press Association awards under her real name. Angela lives in South Carolina with her husband, Michael, a polygraph examiner and hostage negotiator for the county's Sheriff's Office.
MaryJanice Davidson is the New York Times bestselling author of the Undead novels featuring Betsy Taylor; Derik's Bane, and the new young adult novels featuring Jennifer Scales, written with her husband, Anthony Alongi, among other titles.

Bestselling author Virginia Kantra credits her love for strong heroes and courageous heroines to a childhood spent devouring fairy tales, her fondness for kickass women to her daughter, and her knowledge of guys to her husband and teenage sons.

Virginia is the author of over a dozen books for Silhouette Intimate Moments, including her popular "Trouble in Eden" series. Her first single title romantic suspense, Close-Up, will be released by Berkley in July 2005.

A five-time Romance Writers of America RITA Award finalist, Virginia is the winner of numerous writing awards, including the Golden Heart, Holt Medallion, Maggie Award of Excellence and two National Readers' Choice Awards

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  • Posted November 13, 2008

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    Jennifer Wardrip - Personal Read

    I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed this book.<BR/><BR/>I've never read anything by Angela Knight before, but I really liked her story MOON DANCE. I was intrigued by her Direwolfs and the world they live in, and plan to look up more of her books.<BR/><BR/>BETWEEN THE MOUNTAIN AND THE MOON, by Virginia Kantra, was an interesting story, but didn't appeal to me simply because of my preconceived notions of the sidhe world. In this story they seem evil, and that threw me off, but the premise of the story was a good one.<BR/><BR/>MaryJanice Davidson's story, DRIFTWOOD, was the reason I got the book in the first place. It's another fun, short, sarcastically funny read in typcial MJD style.<BR/><BR/>I've never read anything by Sunny, so I had no preconceptions when I began reading MONA LISA THREE. I have to say that I loved it -- and that I'm also surprised that the author hasn't been sued for blatant plagiarism by Laurell K. Hamilton. Sunny has taken every single plot element from both the Anita Blake and Meredith Gentry series' and placed them into her world of Mona Lisa and the Monere. Since I enjoy LKH, that's no doubt the reason I love Sunny's story. It's even more sexually erotic than LKH's stories, and I really like her world that revolves around a group of people who get their power from the moon. But at the same time it's so much like LKH's worlds that you get a distinct feeling of deja vu with each paragraph. I'm still going to look up her first two books featuring Mona Lisa and the Monere -- before the lawyers come knocking at Sunny's door.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 26, 2007

    Over The Moon and Beyond

    This book is good for people who love Romance and some action, with four enchanting stories your sure to love it. I highly recommend this book be read by the ages of 17 or up because a graphic writting not sutible for young children or young teens.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 3, 2012

    Loved the Faery story!

    I did not really like the others though....

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  • Posted August 1, 2009

    Enjoyable

    It was a nice quick read as most anthologies are. Two of the stories, however are part of a larger series, one that I've read and one that I haven't. The continuation of a story I'm not familiar with was simply less enjoyable to read and I'd imagine the same would be said for the other story to an unfamiliar reader.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 13, 2009

    Interesting read...............

    I enjoyed three of the 4 stories. I did not like the third story in this collection at all. I stopped three pages into it. But other than that, I really enjoyed this collection of authors and their offerings.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    fine fantasy anthology

    ¿Moon Dance¿ by Angela Knight. Elena Livingstone¿s Daddy is negotiating to have her married to Stephen Bradford of the Chosen. She needs an ally of her own to match muscle with alpha male werewolf Bradford. She chooses Harrisville, South Carolina cop Lucas Rollings though he may not want to become involved in a battle in which his soulmate is not at stake. --- ¿Opposites Attract¿ by MaryJanice Davidson. Cop Burke Wolftoyer finds a woman stuck in an eighteen foot hole so he jumps in only to suffer from claustrophobia. When the moon rises he leaps out howling. The next evening she bites Burke as Serena Crull is a vampire. He insists she is his soulmate and she thinks he is a lunatic. Serena explains that she is in town to kill a vampire who murdered her friend. --- ¿Mona Lisa Three by Sunny. Louisiana Monere Queen Mona Lisa visits Manhattan when Demon Dead Lucinda of hell comes to see why her sibling High Prince Halcyon is fascinated with her. Later Lisa¿s cruel mother New York Monere Queen Mona Sera orders her to either heal her dying warrior or give her a replacement as he was bitten by Lucinda¿s hellhound Brindell. Healing is doubtful so she wonders who to give up. --- ¿Between the Mountain and the Moon¿ by Virginia Kantra. Cait MacLean hikes the Appalachian Trail when she meets three strange travelers, Goodfellow, Ursus, and Rhys. The next day Ursus attacks her, but Rhys saves her. They make love and he offers her a necklace but she refuses to take it. Rhys decides to free her when a seven foot woman arrives calling him a loser for failing to steal Cait¿s soul. --- The lead couples are brave admirable individuals, who make four fine lead pairs. Whereas the fantasy elements seem genuine, the novella format forces the story lines into rushed endings. Still fans will appreciate these hot charmers. --- Harriet Klausner

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