Crimson Moon (Moon Series #4)

Crimson Moon (Moon Series #4)

by Rebecca York

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ISBN-13: 9781101098806
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 01/04/2005
Series: Moon Series , #4
Sold by: Penguin Group
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 352
Sales rank: 336,955
File size: 348 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Ruth Glick has written more than 70 novels, most of them under the pseudonym Rebecca York. She and her husband live in Columbia, Maryland.

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Crimson Moon (Moon Series #4) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The fourth book in York's werewolf series, Crimson Moon not only lives up to the first three books but surpasses them. The reader is treated to a well-balanced blend of romance, suspense, and the paranormal--and York makes it look easy. A terrific read.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In Baltimore werewolf Johnny Marshall drinks in a seedy bar when he gets into a brawl with bikers. He wakes up in the hospital with only pain reminding him he still lives. However, he overhears several bikers discuss framing him for killing one of them though he is innocent. Instead of waiting around he flees westward changing his name to Sam Morgan and vowing to do good deeds.......................... Sam becomes an eco-thief causing problems for environmental abusers. His current target is lumber baron Wilson Woodlock who is devastating Washington State. At a party Wilson hosts that Sam crashes, he meets his target¿s daughter Olivia who somehow can sense his presence even when he uses his werewolf powers to hide. When Sam goes to commit an act against Wilson, Olivia and her brother Colin catch him. They hire him to find a stolen artifact that if not returned to their family means death for the Wilsons. As Sam begins his assignment, he knows Olivia is his soulmate, but to persuade her of that will prove difficult once he reveals his true roots....................... This is an enjoyable werewolf romance starring two likable protagonists though Johnny¿s conversion from bad dude to heroic eco-avenger seems too quick and easy. Still the story line is loaded with action, suspense and an especially enjoyable romance as Sam has to find a way to convince Olivia they belong together after he reveals his animal nature. Sub-genre readers will appreciate this fine paranormal tale and hope for a sequel starring an interesting secondary protagonist....................... Harriet Klausner
Guest More than 1 year ago
I enjoys stories of this exciting genre and this writer is really good at writing them! Give this writer and her book a shot! You'll enjoyit as much as I did!
Darla on LibraryThing 29 days ago
I've been eagerly awaiting Crimson Moon, and I was definitely not disappointed. This is the 5th in the series, if I'm not mistaken--if one includes the novella in the anthology Cravings, which I do.Crimson Moon gives me everything I'd hoped for: a reunion with Ross from Killing Moon and an update on Megan's research; a tantalizing new wrinkle for the series; and of course an engrossing story.Johnny Marshall, young out-of-control werewolf, is nearly dead and on the verge of being framed for murder after a bar brawl, so he changes his identity and his life. Now, he's Sam Morgan, a modern-day environmental Robin Hood, living off his investments, and stealing from environmental abusers.His latest mission is to steal pre-Columbian art from Wilson Woodlock, but when he sneaks into the house, the man's daughter Olivia is waiting for him with a proposition--that he use his talents to help her recover a magic elixir for her family.From there, it's a fast-paced story of intrigue and romance, with both of them concealing truths, knowing the other is hiding something, and falling in love anyway.It's also a very emotional story of family love and loyalty--Olivia risking everything to save her brother, father, and uncle, and Sam contacting his brother Ross for the first time in years.The secondary characters are just as real and complex as the main characters, particularly Olivia's father and her brother Colin. There's also Barbara, who I can't say much about at the moment without giving the story away, but she's also a very interesting character.There are so many things in Crimson Moon that I'd like to see more of in future books--the elixir, as well as the characters.This series just keeps getting better and better. I hope it continues for a long time.
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