Half Wed Moon

Half Wed Moon

by Mara Lee

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Half Wed Moon [A Danny Lee Novel] 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
jjmachshev on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Here's the thing, with the extreme popularity of all the paranormal romance/erotica books today, if you're gonna write in this genre then you need to make sure your story is different enough and sustainable...while still providing a full story in each book. At least that's my opinion. And Mara Lee's "Half Wed Moon" didn't do such a bad job with this at all. There were a few rough patches for me and I thought I was left hanging a bit, but it was certainly good enough to keep me reading and I'll keep an eye out for the other books in this series from Liquid Silver Books.Danny is a magi werewolf. Sounds cool, yeah? Well it's not! All her 'specialness' has gotten her was a crappy family life and powerful males wanting her 'services' and abilities for them. Sure they say they want her, but she knows that what they want is access to her powers and abilities and to her, that's just a cage of a different sort. What Danny wants is freedom...freedom to make her own decisions and life without having to continually compromise. When she receives a package that contains her brother's finger, she's pissed! She's also determined to rescue him from whatever fix he's gotten into now. But in the process, she'll have to face two Alpha packmasters (who both want her powers) and a couple of Master vampires (who both want her powers), not to mention some wicked Fae (who might want her just as a 'pet'), good and bad witches, and one pissed off Demon. How did her life get so f&^ked up?There were a few rough patches where I thought the editing might have been a bit better, or I would have liked to see some additional 'fleshing out' of the plotline, but I'm hoping the next book might make those spots a little clearer. Mara Lee has a vivid and creative imagination and has written a story that pulled me in and kept me going. One note of warning: The book is marketed as an erotic romance, but I've read several mainstream-published romance books that were just as hot. Unless she turns up the heat considerably in her next book, I wouldn't exactly call it erotica...just hot!
jjmachshev More than 1 year ago
Here's the thing, with the extreme popularity of all the paranormal romance/erotica books today, if you're gonna write in this genre then you need to make sure your story is different enough and sustainable...while still providing a full story in each book. At least that's my opinion. And Mara Lee's "Half Wed Moon" didn't do such a bad job with this at all. There were a few rough patches for me and I thought I was left hanging a bit, but it was certainly good enough to keep me reading and I'll keep an eye out for the other books in this series from Liquid Silver Books.

Danny is a magi werewolf. Sounds cool, yeah? Well it's not! All her 'specialness' has gotten her was a crappy family life and powerful males wanting her 'services' and abilities for them. Sure they say they want her, but she knows that what they want is access to her powers and abilities and to her, that's just a cage of a different sort. What Danny wants is freedom...freedom to make her own decisions and life without having to continually compromise. When she receives a package that contains her brother's finger, she's pissed! She's also determined to rescue him from whatever fix he's gotten into now. But in the process, she'll have to face two Alpha packmasters (who both want her powers) and a couple of Master vampires (who both want her powers), not to mention some wicked Fae (who might want her just as a 'pet'), good and bad witches, and one pissed off Demon. How did her life get so f&^ked up?

There were a few rough patches where I thought the editing might have been a bit better, or I would have liked to see some additional 'fleshing out' of the plotline, but I'm hoping the next book might make those spots a little clearer. Mara Lee has a vivid and creative imagination and has written a story that pulled me in and kept me going.

One note of warning: The book is marketed as an erotic romance, but I've read several mainstream-published romance books that were just as hot. Unless she turns up the heat considerably in her next book, I wouldn't exactly call it erotica...just hot!