Moonshifted (Edie Spence Series #2)

Moonshifted (Edie Spence Series #2)

by Cassie Alexander
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Moonshifted (Edie Spence Series #2) by Cassie Alexander


An Edie Spence Novel

Cassie Alexander

After surviving a brutal vampire attack, Nurse Edie Spence is ready to get back to work—attending to supernatural creatures in need of medical help. But her nursing skills are put to the test when she witnesses a hit-and-run on her lunch break. The injured pedestrian is not only a werewolf, he's the pack leader. And now Edie's stuck in the middle of an all-out were-war…

With two rival packs fighting tooth and nail, Edie has no intention of crossing enemy lines. But when she meets her patient's nephew—a tattooed werewolf named Lucas with a predatory gleam in his eye that's hard to resist—Edie can't help but choose sides. The question is: can she trust this dangerous new ally? And can she trust her own instincts when she's near him? Either way, Edie can't seem to pull away—even if getting involved makes her easy prey…

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780312553401
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Publication date: 11/27/2012
Series: Edie Spence Series , #2
Pages: 352
Product dimensions: 4.10(w) x 6.70(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

In addition to being a writer, Cassie Alexander is an active registered nurse. Nightshifted is her debut novel. All of her patients are of the human variety…she thinks.

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Under_The_Covers_BookBlog More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by ANGELA & posted at Under the Covers Book Blog “Edie Spence series is for sure one of the best UF books around.” ~Under the Covers Moonshifted is the second installment of Edie Spence series. Ms. Alexander delivered another well written and engaging story. She managed to make this book even better with a more detailed but complex plot. I devoured it in about two and half days which is big for me considering I’m a slow reader. Edie continues to get her nursing experience working at a secret unit called Y4 where her patients are of the supernatural kind. If you read Nightshifted (book1), you know that Edie is a special nurse. She is a patient advocate and she goes above and beyond her duties. She is good at what she does and can handle high stress level situations. Well, she definitely proved that here when chaos occurs at her work as well as her personal life. The world building is more in-depth in this installment. Ms. Alexander definitely widened the world, it’s not just limited to the patients in Y4 but even beyond the hospital walls. Edie is more involved with the faction of vampires’ and the wolves’ hierarchies during the overturn of leaders. Along with the caring for a patient who happens to be the Alpha of his pack; she also promised to be responsible and be a part of a vampire coronation ceremony. Both factions are involved in a power struggle that is of course brewing into war. Edie just finds herself in the midst of all the chaos. I’m telling you, they all seem to flock to her for help. While she does well with this type of chaos, I can’t say the same for her love life. She still doesn’t have one. After her zombie boyfriend left her she just can’t seem to shake him off. Not that she doesn’t have any choices, in fact, she has two good candidates. Asher, a sexy shifter is at her beck and call. And Lucas, a wolf up for the Alpha leadership position is also very interested. It’s frustrating to see her attraction for them but not able to give a relationship a chance. I mean, both men are super sexy, very powerful and did I mention sexy? I just totally disagree with her sleeping around and I can’t wait for her to give love a chance. *Preferably with Asher* Edie’s co-workers, her brother and even her mom were fun to read about. They are so easy to love or hate (as far as her brother goes). Ms. Alexander is obviously knowledgeable about nursing care but what awes me is her incorporation of it into a paranormal world. It was really cool to see how protocols are handled when your patients are supernaturals. Ms. Alexander ended this book with a bit of a cliffhanger. There were some decisions that seemed final and I’m curious to see how she will pull Edie out of that situation. I enjoyed every bit of this book. The plot is very intriguing, full of action and a good amount of smexy. Edie Spence series is for sure one of the best UF books around. *ARC provided by publisher
LilyElementBookReviews More than 1 year ago
Moonshifted is book 2 in the Edie Spence series. I read book one awhile back and enjoyed that the leading lady is a human nurse dealing with a bunch of paranormal beings. I wound up grabbing the audiobook of this installment from the library and I'm so glad I did. This time around we're dealing heavily with the werewolves and a bit about vampires. And man Edie Spence manages to always get in trouble. Edie Spence is a nurse in the Y4 wing of the hospital, her floor handles all the paranormal beings that humans know nothing about. While out with a coworker they see a man get hit by a car and find out he's a werewolf. After rushing him back to their floor of the hospital and stabilizing him they find out he's not just any werewolf, he's the alpha of the local pack. There is a power struggle going on amongst the werewolves and Edie is smack dab in the middle of it all. She's having to pick which side to trust but has no proof that it's the right choice until possibly too late. If that's not enough, she's also dealing with the vampire she helped save in book one as well as issues with her brother. Moonshifted was a delight to read and I cannot wait to get my hands on the next book. It does leave off where the series could have ended so I had to look up immediately to see if there was another book. I'm glad there is since I can't seem to get enough. It's really refreshing to read an Urban Fantasy book with a human character dealing with paranormal beings. I feel like most of the books in this genre have a paranormal being as the leading character and they wind up being super powerful by the end of the series. I do like how this installment revolves around the werewolves, with some vampire action on the side. It helped get a firmer grip on the paranormal aspects of the series since book one was about the vampires. All in all, this was a solid addition to the series and I'd recommend it to anyone looking for a good Urban Fantasy read.
Sable677 More than 1 year ago
Moonshifted was a great second adventure featuring Edie Spence.  This book begins with a hit and run that Edie witnesses, and before she knows it she is back in the middle of a supernatural turf war.  Edie deals with a lot in this book with her family, her new friends, her job, and some new enemies, but she is strong enough to stand up for what is right even if it puts her at risk.  I liked the introduction of Lucas and Gideon because each challenge her in different ways.  Lucas helps her come to terms with the loss of her ex as she tries to move on and Gideon becomes a friend when she needs one the most.  Moonshifted is fast paced which made it hard to put down, and it was full of enough twists and turns to keep the reader guessing.  Overall Moonshifted was a great read that I would most definitely recommend, and I look forward to reading Edie's next adventure.
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I have really enjoyed the entire series! As a nurse also, Edie makes me proud! I love the bits of nursing humor and medical jargon that these books contain!
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Teresa_H More than 1 year ago
This is the second book in the Edie Spence series. In this one Edie, a nurse in the Y4, a special floor of the hospital that treats vampires and werewolves and other things that go bump in the night, is walking across the street with a fellow nurse when they witness a hit and run. The victim turns out to be the pack leader of the local werewolf pack. Now Edie is caught between two rival packs and she has to deal with her vampire friends too. When Edie starts getting attacked by weres who don't smell like any pack and don't act like normal weres, she asks for help and protection from the pack leader's nephew while she tries to figure out what is going on. All while trying to work the Y4 night shift at the hospital. When I first picked this up I did't know it was the second in the series, but I think it was pretty easy to follow just from the author's recap. I really thought the premise was interesting and I really liked Edie, not to mention numerous other characters, including Lucas and Asher and Gina. I did feel like the characters could've had more depth but that might just be because I haven't read the first book yet. As for the story itself, it kept me interested and I really didn't know who was behind everything pretty much almost until it was revealed. Overall I quite enjoyed it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I thought this was a worthy followup to “Nightshifted,” and an enjoyable second installment in the series. Edie continues to be a character with enviable street smarts and an understandable interest in the supernatural beings she encounters. I thought I would be more bothered by Ti's departure as I very much liked the character in the previous book, but I found Asher much more attractive a personality than I did in the previous book. I was also surprised by the end of the novel as I did not expect that particular step to be taken until later in the series, so I'm delighted and curious to read the third book to find out just how this is resolved. The one thing that continues to bother me about the books is the use of Edie's addict brother Jake as her impetus for continuing to work at Y4. I would like to see her working there of her own volition rather than to help a brother who doesn't seem to want to take the second chance her assistance provides him. I'm sure she will work there for herself in the long run, but for now it's equally as frustrating for the reader as it is for Edie to see her brother wasting the opportunity she's providing for him. As for the supernatural elements, Anna continues to be my favorite supernatural being in the books, while Meaty gains a new and interesting angle. I can't wait to read the third book and see what happens next.
ElizabethT More than 1 year ago
Eddie is one of my favorite characters. I can't wait to see what she does in the next book. Highly recommend this book. Can't wait for more.
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1st book was really good 2nd was better...summer 2013 cant wait for the 3rd
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Interesting premise on healthcare for the paranormal.
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This is the 2nd book in the series.... I cannot wait for the 3rd
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It's the second book in the Edie spence series and it's pretty good. You learn a little more about the characters and the world they live in. Definitely recommend. The only warning I have is that the books are in first person so if your not a fan of only one characters point of view then you might want to skip this. Other than that its an excellent series.