Blood On The Moon

Blood On The Moon

by Cassiel Knight

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Overview

Mia Langdon-tomb raider and adventure-seeker-has everything she wants. Freedom. Independence. No chains (a.k.a. a man). Her troubles begin when she's attacked on a dig in Peru. Soon, she's forced to use her tomb raiding talents to find the flaming arrows of an Egyptian goddess. In the wrong hands, this weapon could destroy the human race-and nearly had.

Used to doing things her own way, it isn't long before she figures out that she needs the help of Harrison Braden Stanton, her stuffy, but so yummy, Egyptologist and ex-lover. There's one problem. He despises what she does. As Mia and Harrison find themselves in the middle of a battle between the Egyptian gods and goddess, there's no choice for the woman with a Grand Canyon-sized independence streak and the man working for the Egyptian god, Osiris, but to work together to prevent the destruction of all they love.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781771550147
Publisher: Champagne Books
Publication date: 01/18/2013
Pages: 256
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.54(d)

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Blood on the Moon 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 30 reviews.
A_Tale_of_Many_Reviews More than 1 year ago
Once I started this book I couldn¿t put it down. I found it refreshing the characters are college age and the setting is a college town. Even though I wanted to slap Faith for being ¿that girl¿ that stumbles into trouble, I did enjoy her secret paranormal gift that begins to develop. Lucas, well, all I can say is I¿d give my heart to him too. My question though is why would a 300 year old man be so interested in an 18 year old girl? I¿m never able to wrap my mind around that in any book, but it¿s fiction. The story was great so I just went with it. Lots of action, a bit of suspense, and my favorite ¿ relationship angst ¿ round out this book. There is a sequel in the making.
alishaluvsdaemon More than 1 year ago
Blood on the Moon by Jennifer Knight introduces college freshman Faith Reynolds. She and her long time best friend Derek have decided to go to school in Colorado. Their friendship has become rocky lately, because Derek has decided he doesn't want to be just friends anymore. As she is trying to get through her classes Faith meets a boy named Lucas. He is mysterious, cranky all the time, seemingly can't stand to be around her, and just plain rude. Despite this, there is undeniably something going on between them. When Faith gets between attracts the attention of Lucas’ old rival it brings them together. Lucas devotes his time to keeping Faith safe. What do you get when you add a college love triangle + old rival + a serial killer + and a secret spanning centuries? You get Blood on the Moon by Jennifer Knight. When two worlds collide Faith's life and those of the people closest to her will never be the same. I really loved this book and I don't know why it isn't more popular! Prepare for one doozy cliffhanger that will leave you begging for more!!
DanceBree17 More than 1 year ago
If you are sad that Twilight is coming to a close, you can get into Blood on the Moon and you can get your fix of vampires and werewolves. I am sure that this is only the beginning of Jennifer Knight's tale of the age old struggle between the two magical powers, and Faith is the girl stuck between the two groups. There are alot of unanswered questions though, that hopefully will be answered, but overall it does not cloud the book any. The romance that Faith has with Lucas is really sweet and is not really over the top at all. She also tries to reconcile her feelings for her best friend from school who strangely tries to kindle romance between them again, but it really never works out. This is just another book in the genre, but I like the story and the ending is more than enough to make you wanting more.
tinalucy More than 1 year ago
Faith and Derek, best friends since elementary school, start college together at CSU. Derek tries to pull the relationship card on Faith one night and she refuses to be anything but friends. In enters dark mysterious grouchy Lucas. Faith can sense his danger but is drawn to his sexy, electric "vibe". Finally opening her heart to Lucas she enters his world and gets caught between the feud between mythical creatures she never believed existed until now. For Lucas is a werewolf and Vincent, a vampire is his sworn enemy set out to destroy Lucas and going through Faith and her friend to do it. ..................Amazing debut novel from Jennifer. With the ending left on a cliffhanger for the fate of Faith, Lucas and her beloved friend Derek. What will Derek become? Will Lucas survive his punishment for defying his pack master? Will Faith's new found "ability" be discovered by the pack?......I cant wait for the next installment of this series (I'm assuming there will be one with that ending") Must read!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am not a big fan on reading but reading this made my heart beat faster and faster. My eyes were glued to the book and it only took me 2 days to read. It has everything a person could look for in a movie drama, romance, action, thrill, like I said everything. I love this book!!!!! And i jopeJennifer will make a second.....:)
BrandisBookMusings on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
In Blood on the Moon by Jennifer Knight we are introduced to college freshman Faith Reynolds. She and her long time best friend Derek have decided to go to school in Colorado. Their friendship has become rocky lately because Derek has decided he doesn't want to be just friends anymore. In one of her classes Faith meets a boy named Lucas who seems cranky all the time and seemingly can't stand to be around her, but there is undeniably something going on between them. Add into that a serial killer on the loose and an old rival who is out for revenge things are bound to get interesting. When two worlds collide Faith's life and those of the people closest to her will never be the same.I am a supernatural romance buff and I loved this book. Esprecially because there doesn't seem to be too many YA books out there focusing on those of "college age". Take Twilight and combine it with Underworld and you get the awesome book that is Blood on the Moon. I recommend it to any supernatural romance lover.
Urbanfan on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Once I started this book I couldn¿t put it down. I found it refreshing the characters are college age and the setting is a college town. Even though I wanted to slap Faith for being `that girl¿ that stumbles into trouble, I did enjoy her secret paranormal gift that begins to develop. Lucas, well, all I can say is I¿d give my heart to him too. My question though is why would a 300 year old man be so interested in an 18 year old girl? I¿m never able to wrap my mind around that in any book, but it¿s fiction. The story was great so I just went with it. Lots of action, a bit of suspense, and my favorite ¿ relationship angst ¿ round out this book. There is a sequel in the making.
nbmars on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
This book for young adults is yet another entry into the paranormal/hot werewolves-versus-vampires-all-after-the-same-extra-ordinary-girl/trilogy fray. I found this one entertaining though, and I guess I will have to read the sequel when it finally comes out since it ends in A TOTAL CLIFFHANGER ¿ GAAAAAHHHHH!!!!Faith Reynolds and her best friend Derek, both from San Diego, are freshmen at Colorado State University in Fort Collins. Derek, a hot football player, has been close to Faith forever, and they even dated in high school, until Derek actually KISSED a cheerleader once, thereby cheating on Faith. She has never gotten over this betrayal of trust, but still loves Derek as a friend. Derek has never forgiven himself for this lapse, because he still loves Faith as more than a friend.On to CSU, where Faith meets some magnetic even hotter guys, one of whom, Lucas, is a werewolf, and one of whom, Vincent, is a vampire. Both go ape (so to speak) over Faith, and there is a final shoot-out of sorts when Lucas, Vincent, and Derek all go claw to fang to gun over Faith. AND YET, THE AUTHOR HAD TOO LITTLE FAITH in us to tell us what the heck happened, so that we have to come back for book two, whenever it gets written!Discussion: There are some interesting aspects of this story that don¿t exactly make it different from all the rest, but that keep it engaging. One is the source of Faith¿s appeal. She is probably cute (we only know that the guys are all hot, but don¿t learn much about what Faith looks like), but more importantly, she has a vibe of some sort that connects her with the paranormals. We don¿t yet know what it is. (Here¿s hoping it is different from Sookie Stackhouse¿s vibe, which comes from Fairy blood¿.)Secondly, the author makes no bones about the source of appeal for the paranormal hot guys. As Faith explains:"Lucas was the night, dark and dangerous, flirting with my sense and making me feel things I shouldn¿t be feeling but secretly wanted.¿Yay, it¿s the Moody, Sexy, Bad Boy Trope! What would Charlotte Brontë think of her Mr. Rochester living on as a paranormal werewolf or vampire? (Actually, I suspect she¿d find it a perfectly rational adaptation.)And then there¿s the whole college freshman angst thing, which is always kind of diverting, especially if those years are far behind you.Finally, there¿s that inspiring moment in the dénouement when everybody confronts everyone else, all over Faith (obvious metaphors, anyone?) and it¿s outside of a BARN ¿ can¿t you just picture it? Deep in the corner, there¿s a spider named Charlotte, busy weaving a web that says SOME GIRL¿.Evaluation: Fun way to spend a few hours, but personally, I would advise waiting for the ending sequel to come out! Note to Moms: In spite of the college setting, there¿s not a lot going on in this book besides kissing, and one episode of drinking that everybody regrets the next day.¿
JBronder More than 1 year ago
Faith is starting college far from her home in California. But she is not alone; she has Derek, her ex-boyfriend friend. Derek and Faith have been friends forever and they decided to try dating but Derek blew it. Faith has put him in the close friend list but he still keeps trying to get back together with her. Besides that, Faith is struggling at school. She is having a hard time and keeps worrying about what she wants to major. Then fellow student, Lucas seems to be where ever she is but he is a complete jerk. Faith does find herself drawn to him and ends up falling into a world a lot bigger than she thought. Now she is the tipping point in a battle between werewolves and vampires, if she can survive. Faith is so naïve in this story yet she is a strong character. I’m impressed that she keeps trying to be friends with Derek, I think she would have chosen a different path if she would have kicked him to the curb. Anyway, there is a lot more to Lucas besides being a jerk, he does have a reason. I liked this twist on the classic werewolf vs. vampire story. It gives it the freshness to make it stand out. Faith did annoy me at times but in the end she almost had to for her role. Over all I did like this story. When I originally got this book I also got the second one, Blood Crave. I goofed and ended up reading that book first so I know where this one was going. It’s a good first book to the series and it’s definitely worth getting the second book. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review.
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Coreywis More than 1 year ago
I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for my honest review Blood on the moon is about a woman who is a tomb raider.  She seems to have special abilities to find anything she wants.  She is hired to find a lost relic and ends up in a fight with the gods. I have to say this book is definitely a page turner.  I was literally pulled in from the first pages.  I have never been much on the Egyptian gods but I have to say this one is DEFINITELY interesting.  The actions starts within the first few pages and continues on till the very end of the book.  The lead female character Mia is a very strong, stubborn woman.  She takes nothing from noone and has a sarcastic sense of humor about her.  I have to say I loved her character and look forward to seeing more about her.  This book is the beginning in a series and is definitely one of the greatest first books I have ever read.  As I said, there is tons of action.  There is also a bit of mystery and suspense.  This author definitely knows how to write an action book that sucks you in and keeps you entranced.  I ignored my family while reading this book!  Thankfully most of it was read after they all went to bed.  If you like a book that has tons of action, some mystery and suspense and a bit of the paranormal to it, you will DEFINITELY like this book.  The other thing I liked about this book is the ending. There was no cliffhanger to it.  It has an ending but the ending leads into the next book in the series.  However, you do not feel robbed and do not feel like you will shrivel up and disappear if you do not get the next book.  You feel satisfied but excited to read more!
APratt0414 More than 1 year ago
I was going to receive a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review, but I liked the last Cassiel Knight book that I read so much, that I had to buy this one. I was not disappointed! I really liked this book as well. Even though it is not a series where Lexi and Mikos continue in this one, Harrison and Mia have almost the same type of relationship as those two. Mia and Harrison have history and were together but broke up over their differing moral issues (she wants to sell the artifacts she finds; he wants them to go to museums). They are forced to work together on finding some powerful arrows but Harrison wants to keep Mia from getting them. She needs them to free her friend who has been kidnapped. There are also paranormal forces at work in the form of ancient Egyptian gods. So there is a lot going on and a lot of intertwining and underlying stories. My only complaint with this story was it seemed a bit slow to get started and get to the action. Other than that is was yet another 5 book read from Cassiel Knight. She now has a new stalker!!
Tiff2ful More than 1 year ago
Mia is a tomb raider. She has always had a knack for finding lost relics no one thought was real. The thing is that she didn’t know at the time that it is a gift so to speak. She also likes to do things her way and doesn’t like to be bossed around. To bad someone didn’t get the memo. But then someone kidnaps her friend and she will do anything to get her back. She’ll even ask her ex lover for help is she has to. In a race against time she has to find the arrows to save her friend, confront her feeling for Harrison, and find out that sometimes your enemies came becomes friends. Oh and not to mention the gods and goddesses breathing down everyone’s necks. What a thrill ride. This was a book that I wouldn’t normally find myself reading. I usually read paranormal and all that. So this book was a little bit out of my comfort zone. Well let me just say that I’m glad I stepped out of it. This book was great. There was plenty of action and the characters were very relatable……with being in there situation of course. Mia comes on a little strong but that what made me like her. I don’t think I would have liked this book without Mia. This had plenty of action and it was not lacking in any area. There was danger, lots of tomb raiders, gods and goddesses, and of course hot guys. LOL and what’s a book without danger and trust me Mia likes danger. :D Mia- she was a firecracker. She did not need anyone fighting her battles for her. No she is the type of woman who takes things into her own hands. She doesn’t get close to people often but when she does she cares about them deeply. She is the kind a person you don’t want on your bad side. I can see me and her being great friends. LOL Harrison- “He has a stick entrenched up his butt” as Mia would say. LOL Yes, I toned it down a bit LOL While he was like this most of the book, I still liked him. He was just so yummy. He liked Mia but didn’t approve of what she does. So he left her. All I can say is that is a two way street. He could have changed to…just saying. All that being said he still cares about her and that’s what made me love him the most. Overall fans of Indiana Jones and Laura Croft Tomb Raider will love this book. 3.5 STARS
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Looking for some romance mixed in with the supernatural? Then this book is perfect for you! But let me warn you. The editing of the nook book is absolutely terrible! Maybe it won't bother you, but if you're a grammar nazi like me, it will. It was so awful that it distracted me from the story. Quite annoying and rather irritating.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I like the love triangle
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book, Its something I read before but never got bored of it.
xd12345tierra47 More than 1 year ago
i am going too read this book hope it is good
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