New Moon (Moon Series #6)

New Moon (Moon Series #6)

by Rebecca York

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New Moon (Moon Series #6) by Rebecca York

Landscape architect Logan Marshall is out for a jog—in his werewolf form—when a trap catches his paw. As it saps his strength, he is saved by another werewolf, who—to Logan’s amazement—is female.
Female werewolves aren’t supposed to exist. But Rinna is a shapeshifter from another dimension who’s traveled through a portal to this world. And the trap that ensnared Logan was set by her former captor, and meant for her.
But as soon as Rinna and Logan touch, an electrifying bond forms between them. Unable to resist his desire for Rinna, in all her many forms, Logan will have to earn her trust, and travel through both dimensions to save her—and earth—from the wrath of her enemy.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781101205983
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 03/06/2007
Series: Moon Series , #6
Sold by: Penguin Group
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 336
Sales rank: 353,806
File size: 546 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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New Moon (Moon Series #6) 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
LiteraryWolf on LibraryThing 6 days ago
Disappointing. Too much bodice ripping, not offset by a good storyline.
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Bought thiss book on accident. Great thing too. It was fabulous
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Hate this boom because it has little words in tha why.....
Liz619 More than 1 year ago
Love this books and all on the moon series. Rebecca York is great.
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zgarza01 More than 1 year ago
This is a good werewolf series. But, after about the 4 or 5 book it starts on sci-fi material.
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Loved this book from beginning to end and had a hard time putting it down. The characters within the book and well developed and very unique compared to the other books in the series. The plot is easy to follow and you get to see the strengths and weaknesses of both characters. The author does a great job of bringing Logan and Rinna together and makes you wish you were one of them. A great addition to anyone's library and for every single werewolf lover.
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harstan More than 1 year ago
Shapeshifter Rinna hides in the United States from devious Falcone, the leader of her alternate world. However, her enemy has set traps to capture her as he hunts her with plans to kill her. In one of the traps, Rinna finds werewolf Logan Marshall caught. Using her magical skills, she frees him.------------- Logan is stunned because no female has ever been a werewolf as far as he knows yet his rescuer is a beautiful woman. Even more shocking to Logan is that this Rinna is his mate. When they journey to her world, he knows he must keep his beloved safe from an evil that hunts her and by association him.-------------- The sixth Moon werewolf romance lives up to its adverb title of New as dimensional and time travel add a touch of science fiction to the mix enabling the introduction of a female shapeshifter into the York universe. Rinna and Logan are a fabulous pairing and his clan (stars of previous books) in limited support roles adds depth to understanding the hero. In some ways the brilliant diabolical Falcone steals the show as he comprehends that in order to keep or expand power much is show (think of the Wizard of Oz behind the curtain. Fans of werewolf romantic suspense especially Rebecca York¿s bewitching series will appreciate the spin that NEW MOON takes.-------------- Harriet Klausner