Ghost Moon (Moon Series #7)

Ghost Moon (Moon Series #7)

by Rebecca York

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ISBN-13: 9781440631948
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 05/06/2008
Series: Moon Series , #7
Sold by: Penguin Group
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 320
Sales rank: 1,152,506
File size: 440 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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Ghost Moon (Moon Series #7) 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Quinn is a girl who escpaes from her universe to help protect her friend Zarah from asassins. When she goes through the portal she meets the ghost of a werewolf named Caleb who completely makes her fall in love. Caleb then gets a body from a dead man and is able to fulfill every desire and whim that both of them have. I loved this story from start to finish. It had the right type of steamy bedroom scenes but they were not overdone. You want to keep reading this book and want to find out what happens next. This is completely worth your time, especially if you are a romance lover.
fairypenguin on LibraryThing 8 months ago
Three stars. I have read all of the full sized novels in this series up to this point, but admitedly I skipped the short novella from Elemental Magic because I was having trouble getting my hands on it. I have a feeling that was part of my problem with this book. Now, York's books are never ground breakingly brilliant. But they are, normally, crisp and quick stories with likeable characters. The Moon books surround the men of the Marshall family, so they tie in together and we get to see many of the same characters throughout--I know for me that's a big plus. The plot of this book is a bit complex to explain. You have a ghost werewolf (Caleb Marshall) haunting these woods in what is basically the universe as we know it. He was killed by his family in the 1930s and has remained in ghostly limbo in the vague hope of seeking revenge. Then you have Quinn, who is from an ulternate dimension. She's working with the Marshall's (Rinna and Logan, who's story is in New Moon) to bring a pregnant woman over to our universe in order to save her from violence and political termoil taking place in the other universe. Quinn encounters Caleb and is the only human in a long time able to see and feel him--a romance developes and Caleb begins to believe that she is his mate. But Quinn's friends and Caleb's ghostly nature threaten the fragile connection between them.Now the good things about this book are plenty. I like the plot quite a bit, especially at first. And York maintains an ability to create intense and dynamic meetings and interactions between her couple. The first time that Caleb and Quinn meet is remarably erotic. I liked Quinn a lot--she demonstrates intelligence, will, and strength. Caleb on the other hand ended up being quite unlikeable. For some reason, rather then the strong steadfast Marshall man usually presented in these books, we are left with the emotionally challenged near comatose reck that is Caleb. I understand that what happens to him is tramatic and madness inducing, but in my oppinion he spends far to much time in the crazed, self hating, not really wanting to live stage. That or he's angry at everyone but those who really deserve it. He's frustrating and he brings the book down. The other negative for me, as I touched on briefly above, was that I wasn't able to read the story in Elemental Magic, so I missed out on the story of Quinn's best friend and how she fell in love. As such I wasn't emotionally attached to her and other than Quinn's concern for her, no real care what happened to her. So I would advise reading that one first if possible.I still like this series a lot, though I wish it would get back to the basics as far as the Marshalls and their struggle. I would recommend starting with Killer Moon if you have not already.
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i enjoyed this book and the rest of the series too
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harstan More than 1 year ago
For the sixth time Quinn comes through the portal from her parallel universe to land in a Maryland wooded area far from Baltimore but not enough to escape auto fumes. She has met a werewolf clan her that has welcomed her so much so she has sat in a moving car with them. She is taking pregnant Zarah to this isolated woodland so she can give birth in a safe environs.----------- However, on this trip, Quinn meets the ghost of werewolf Caleb Marshall, who was murdered by his cousin over a woman in 1933. To Caleb this is a miracle caused by his instant attraction to her, as for the first time in the seven plus decades since his demise someone living knows he exists. When a human is murdered nearby Caleb¿s restless spirit takes over the corpse. He realizes through fleeting flickers of the deceased man¿s memories a terrorist attack is forthcoming. With Quinn¿s help he hopes to prevent an imminent tragedy even as they begin to fall in love.-------------------- Rebecca York¿s latest ¿Moon¿ romantic fantasy is an entertaining suspense thriller that stars a courageous female with a fascinating unique male. The story line is fast-paced and filled with plenty of action as the heroic duo try to prevent a terrorist attack. Although Caleb adjusts too easily to his return to the living, fans will appreciate GHOST MOON as the action never quits yet the romance that crosses barriers is fully developed.------------ Harriet Klausner