Daring The Moon

Daring The Moon

by Sherrill Quinn
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Daring the Moon 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
Cid More than 1 year ago
I read Daring the Moon because I wanted to read a shifter romance. In its bare elements the book met those qualifications. Woman is in danger, she seeks the help of sexy mystery man - who happens to be a werewolf. The story was engaging, but it felt like the characters actions were led in the direction the plot needed to go - they didn't seem organic to the characters themselves. I think I read the book for the best friend more than I did the main romance. I didn't really like the graphic nature of the kidnapping scene. Yes, it made for a very high tension moment, but that's not something I like to read. It was a fun day read, and if you like shifter romances, you'll find Daring the Moon fits that bill.
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jjmachshev More than 1 year ago
"Daring the Moon" is an OK contemporary werewolf story by Sherrill Quinn. I would have enjoyed it more if the story had been a bit tighter.

Taite is running from a stalker and a ?werewolf?. Both she and her friend are positive that's what they saw...a man...who turned into a wolfman. When her buddy suggests a visit to his college pal who is an expert on werewolves, Taite figures why not? Her immediate and strong attraction to the ruggedly handsome author becomes complicated when those chasing her arrive on the author's remote island.

Ryder is a successful author...and a werewolf. Only his loyal helper knows the truth of his existence. So when his old buddy calls wanting to show up with a damsel in distress close to the full moon, Ryder reluctantly tells him not to come. When his buddy arrives anyway with Taite in tow, Ryder is almost helpless against his attraction for her. But someone else has arrived on his island...another werewolf with an agenda all his own.

Could have been so much better. The relationship just didn't ring true, it seemed to be more about the sex than about growing emotions. And I had the ending mostly figured out by the end of the second chapter.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In Tucson, Pima County Attorney's Office investigator Taite Gibson enjoys her job. However, recently she has become concerned with doing field work as a growling werewolf shadows her. Besides having problems accepting there is such a paranormal species, Taite wonders why the creature seems to be stalking her.

When the threat turns physical into dangerous assaults, Taite knows she needs professional help. The only person she can think of is British expatriate horror writer Ryder Merrick, who has the reputation of knowing everything you need to know about werewolves but were afraid to ask. She travels to Ryder¿s isolated private island to consult with him. However, Ryder¿s werewolf expertise and his life as a hermit are intertwined because he hides from society to contain the beast that he cannot control especially when the moon is full and a beautiful woman is near. His greatest test begins as the moon will soon be full and lovely Taite has arrived, a woman he is attracted to as man and beast. Neither is aware she has been followed.

Taite as a woman in peril from a supernatural beast makes DARING THE MOON a fun paranormal romantic suspense. She carries the load holding the fast-paced story line together while two males ¿want¿ her. Ryder is somewhat a throwback lycan with his brooding and moans about trying not to harm others, but now faces the ultimate test of his will. Sub-genre readers will enjoy Sherrill Quinn¿s fun werewolf romantic suspense.

Harriet Klausner