Crave the Moon

Crave the Moon

by Lori Handeland

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In the first century, he lived for vengeance.
During the second, he hungered for blood.
By the third, he yearned for destruction.
But eventually . . .
All he craved was the moon.

Gina O'Neill will do anything to keep from losing the family ranch, except allow archeologist, Mateo Mecate, to dig there. Some secrets need to stay buried.

Matt believes an ancient Aztec tomb lies beneath Nahua Springs Ranch. Finding it will restore his standing in the archeological community. He travels to Colorado to make his case in person.

Gina plans to say no to the moldy ancient academic, but when Matt arrives, he isn't ancient at all. He's amazing, and he convinces her to let him try.

But in doing so, they awaken something unspeakably evil―a centuries old werewolf with vengeance on its mind. A sorcerer of incredible power.

Who will survive the battle to come?

Crave the Moon is the eleventh novel in the highly popular Nightcreature Novels series by New York Times Bestselling Author Lori Handeland. If you enjoy the novels of Sherrilyn Kenyon and Kelley Armstrong, give the Nightcreature Novels a try!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157029579
Publisher: Lori Handeland
Publication date: 10/04/2016
Series: Nightcreature Series , #11
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 325
Sales rank: 471,453
File size: 811 KB

About the Author

Lori Handeland is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author with more than 60 published works of fiction to her credit. Her novels, novellas, and short stories span genres from paranormal and urban fantasy to historical and contemporary romance and, most recently, women’s fiction. Just Once (Severn House, January 2019), her women’s fiction debut, is a richly layered novel about two women who love the same man, how their lives intertwine, and their journeys of loss, grief, sacrifice, and forgiveness.

Lori set her sight on being an author at the age of ten. She remembers sitting at a typewriter before she knew how to type, pecking out a story about a family who went into space. As an only child, her summers were spent with that typewriter, television, and, above all, books. She recalls thinking that if she could write books of her own, she would never run out of books to read. As a young adult, she got sidetracked by the need to make a living. She worked as a waitress and later enrolled in college to become a teacher.

While student teaching, Lori started reading a life-changing book, How to Write a Romance and Get It Published. Within its pages the author, Kathryn Falk, mentioned Romance Writers of America. There was a local chapter; Lori joined it, dived into learning all about the craft and business, and got busy writing a romance novel. With only five pages completed, she entered a contest where the prize was having an editor at Harlequin read her first chapter. She won.

Lori sold her first novel, a western historical romance, in 1993. In the 26 years since then, she has written eleven novels in the popular Nightcreature Novels, five installments in the Phoenix Chronicles, six works of contemporary romance about the Luchettis, a duet of Shakespeare Undead novels, and many more books. Her fiction has won critical acclaim and coveted awards, including two RITA Awards from Romance Writers of America for Best Paranormal Romance (Blue Moon) and Best Long Contemporary Category Romance (The Mommy Quest), a Romantic Times Award for Best Harlequin Superromance (A Soldier’s Quest), and a National Reader’s Choice Award for Best Paranormal (Hunter’s Moon).

Lori lives in Southern Wisconsin with her husband. In between writing and reading, she enjoys long walks with their rescue mutt, Arnold, and occasional visits from her two grown sons and perfectly adorable grandson.

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