Bone Magic (Sisters of the Moon Series #7)

Bone Magic (Sisters of the Moon Series #7)

by Yasmine Galenorn

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Overview

The New York Times bestselling author of Demon Mistress returns with a new sensual Otherworld paranormal...

Another equinox is here, and life's getting more tumultuous for the D'Artigo sisters. Smoky, the dragon of Camille's dreams, must choose between his family and her. Plus, the sisters can't locate the new demon general in town. And Camille's summoned to Otherworld, thinking she'll reunite with her long-lost soul mate Trillian. But once there, she must undergo a drastic ritual that will forever change her and those she loves.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780425231982
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 01/05/2010
Series: Sisters of the Moon Series , #7
Edition description: Original
Pages: 320
Sales rank: 337,764
Product dimensions: 4.20(w) x 6.70(h) x 1.20(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

New York Times bestselling author Yasmine Galenorn writes urban fantasy, mystery, and metaphysical nonfiction, including the Whisper Hollow novels, the Otherworld novels, the Indigo Court novels, and the Fly by Night novels.

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Bone Magic (Sisters of the Moon Series #7) 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 119 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Otherworld Intelligence Operator Camille D'Artigo is spirit-bonded and married to Smokey the dragon Smokey and Mario the demon fox. She loves both males, but also misses her beloved soul mate Svartan Trillian. Meanwhile the dragon clan demand Smoky chooses them over his human or face consequences. At the same time Camille wonders how Trillian will react to her matings; she and her sisters struggle to locate a new demon general destroying everything. When her siblings continue the search, the Moon Mother and Black Beast order Camille to come to Otherworld. She is ecstatic as she assumes she will see Trillian. However, as the Equinox arrives, she has a much more complicated scenario awaiting her. The war has gotten hotter and Camille is caught in a ritual that means life and death, but not just for her. Camille is front and center as her convoluted life gets even more knotted in her latest escapades this time in Otherworld as evil seems one bloody step ahead of her and her siblings. Although it helps to read the previous tales in this super fantasy (see Demon Mistress and Night Huntress, etc.) to better comprehend how far and complex the lives of the D'Artigo sisters have come, Bone Magic is a fabulous entry as master mage Yasmine Galenorn keeps making life increasingly demanding for the three siblings. Harriet Klausner
lva1021 More than 1 year ago
I've enjoyed everyone of Yasmine's Sisters of the Moon series. They never disappoint. This book is like the others; fun, lively, and too short. Read it and all the others! 'Nuff said.
terriko on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
It's been a long time since I read the others of this series, and I'd forgotten how much fun they are: compelling characters and an intricate web of relationships between them helps fuel the story. So much fantasy falls into the "I must save the world! alone!" trope that it's refreshing to see such a huge mesh of personalities involved, even if sometimes things strain believability. Despite my hesitation at the "paranormal romance" label, I found that these are enjoyable reads with sexy times that fit the characters.
hoosgracie on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
I never particularly like the Camille books in the series (each book is told in a different sister's voice), but this one was pretty awful. Several things I realized with this book:1. So the sisters have been Earthside for about 2 years in the series. I don't recall in the backstory that they had spent much time on this side of the portals prior to this. So, how the hell do they have a bunch of Pop-culture references...everything from M*A*S*H to Keanu Reeves to various movies, etc. I know it's fantasy, but it's unrealistic.2. I like sex in books, but if I want porn or erotica, I'll look for that. Threesomes (there's one in the book) are bad enough, but a foursome...come on.3. The dialogue has become supremely campy. When Camille meets up with her lost lover Trillian, he has to accept that she has married her other lovers. When he does, he proclaims (I'm paraphrasing slightly), "as long as you and they know that I am your alpha lover." Sheesh, who says that. Not the only instance of this phrase in the book, or of campy dialogue.I will probably listen to the next book (I like the other sisters), but I am not sure. Note: the reader of the audio is good.
moppety on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
My OCD to finish any series I start reading has really "done me wrong" in this case. It makes me struggle through books I know I won't like. The author is a decent writer, but honestly, I loathe most of her characters. Camille, the sister this book is centered on, is hands down my least favorite. I tire of her "I'm scorching hot, all of my husbands are scorching hot, I'm the only woman who fulfills them, I'm a witch with powers that backfire (but really they don't... not in any significant way), and I keep getting handed more and more power and accolades" life. It just gets old.I'm going to try not to purchase any more of this series. Hopefully my OCD will let me borrow it off of a friend, if necessary.
thewalkinggirl on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
My expectations for this series have never been high. All I really expect is a fun, wacktastic, OTT adventure with the D'Artigo sisters and their menagerie. With this book, though, I realize that the fun is over (for me, anyway). It's not that the sexual parts are more graphically detailed than in other books, that's easy enough to skip over if you want to. And it's not that it's a one-note series, that can actually be a benefit for work-week reading since you know you're not going to be tempted to stay up all night finishing it. I think what's really pushed this into do-not-enjoy territory is how often the sisters use self-serving excuses to rationalize away behavior that breaks their own moral codes. (Hello, this is how war criminals are made.) Between that and the going-nowhere plot, I think I'm done with this series.
quantumbutterfly on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Galenorn's Otherworld series gets stronger and more tangled with every book. Now back to Camille, and there's a new demon in town, a powerful lamia who's well-versed in some nasty magics. But before dealing with that, Camille has her own personal life to handle. Her primary, Trillian, is still missing, and Smoky, her dragon, gets a very interesting and unwelcome visit from his past. Our half-human, half-fae protagonist again returns to Otherworld to discover what has come from the war. Friends and enemies are seldom what they seem, and the question of who to trust becomes more important.Highly recommended if you enjoy a good dose of urban fantasy and want to get away from the "real" world for a while.
sandyg210 on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Originally I enjoyed this series but I feel that it has gone on too long. There really wasn't enough plot advancement in this book. And there is a limit to how many times I want to read about Camille's lust for her three men. It almost seems that the author is churning out books just to sell more books. I don't think I'll be continuing on with this series.
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I dident like how it just talked about the athor insted of the charector in the prievu thing
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LilyElementBookReviews More than 1 year ago
Camille faces a lot of hard decisions and changes in this book. There are new opponents to be dealt with, and you wonder how the sisters and their entourage are going to handle everything. You get to meet up with a few of the characters from previous books, and of course meet new ones. Smoky has not been telling Camille the whole truth, and you wonder if he is going to remain by her side. Trillian is back in the picture and has faced hardships from the war. Will he accept that Camille married Smoky and Morio? While Camille visits Otherworld she has to choose if she will do something life changing. Not only is that a big plot point, the triple threat comes to Camille with a proposition that she is not sure if she should refuse. I could hardly put this book down, and this was a re-read from the past. Major kudos to Yasmine Galenorn for writing such a great series.
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I used to read Laurell K. Hamilton - until it became all about sex. I picked up this series, and it is excellent. A little sex in this book (more descriptive than I really care for), but overall this book and all of the ones in the series before it have been really very good. You get to feel like you know the characters, as if they are your friends. Yasmine Galenorn is a great author, and I can't wait to read the rest of the series!
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kitkat3ny More than 1 year ago
I strongly recommend you read this series in order (Witchling, Changeling, Darkling, Dragon Wytch, Night Huntress and Demon Mistress) prior to reading this installment. I vowed to never read this series again due to the unnecessary overly graphic sex scenes (that were totally horrible btw). However, reading the short story in Hexed made me a bit nostalgic to see what the sisters have been up to. Surprisingly, I did enjoy this installment. Camille¿s behavior was not reprehensible like it was in Dragon Wytch. I didn¿t have a hard time skipping through the few sex scenes and just sticking to the actually story. Camile¿s personality was a bit inconsistent with past installments though. In this installment, she is weak personality wise and less confident. She seemed more interested in hiding behind someone else¿s skirt/trousers instead of having them hide behind her, so to speak. Other than Camile¿s slight attitude shift, the story was consistently enjoyable and the sex was not overly outrageous. The author¿s creativity kept the story flowing nicely without ceasing. I flew through this book and look forward to reading the next book in the series Harvest Hunting. I recommend this series to those fellow dark urban fantasy readers.
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