Shadow of the Moon (Moon Series #5)

Shadow of the Moon (Moon Series #5)

by Rebecca York
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Shadow of the Moon (Moon Series #5) by Rebecca York

Lance Marshall has a nose for great news stories. It’s not surprising, since his werewolf abilities allow him to move with greater speed and stealth than any human. Now he’s on the prowl outside an ultra-exclusive Washington, D.C., nightclub—“The Castle”—a heavily protected building within a forested park. But he is not alone. There is someone else in the woods who wants to get inside the secretive club.
Savannah Carpenter’s sister lies in a coma—and Savannah knows that the mysterious goings-on in the Castle have something to do with it. Her wild sister had visited the club several times to partake in some erotic—and dangerous—fun and games, and Savannah wants answers. To get them, she joins forces with Lance, and the two pretend to be lovers to gain entrance.
But the raw passion that arises between them is anything but an act. And the closer they get to each other, the closer they get to uncovering the truth—and the monstrous evil that lies in the heart of the Castle.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781440624889
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 06/06/2006
Series: Moon Series , #5
Sold by: Penguin Group
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 352
Sales rank: 298,588
File size: 339 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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Shadow of the Moon (Moon Series #5) 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
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Savannah Carpenter is an artist who is trying to find out the turth about her sister's death. She has lived a sheltered life and is barely realizing how to live on the edge.------------Lance Marshall is a journalist who is trying to write a book about The Castle, a sex club with rich patrons. While he is investigating he meets Savannah and realizes that he is not immune to the life mate pull.----------SHADOW OF THE MOON is completely different than York's other moon novels. If you don't like to read about kinky sex or about hot bedroom scenes then don't pick up this book. However, I think a lover of romance would enjoy reading this book and love the suspense that York definitely delivers.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I am a big fan of York and would reccomend any of the 'Moon' series book, but not this one. The relationship between the two main characters, Lance and Savannah, feels so forced. Before they ever get to know each other they have sex so that they can feel comfortable when they go to The Castle, a sex club, to investigate the murder of Savannah's sister. Even if I could buy this, the rest of the plot, mostly scenes where the two have kinky sex, just don't hold up. I just didn't buy it. Don't get me wrong, I like steamy scenes in a romance, but I have to feel there is some real chemistry between the characters. The only reason I kept reading this novel, was because I've read the other four Moon novels and expected this one to turn a corner and get better. The one saving grace was the excerpt from her upcoming novel. It sounds great.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Savannah Carpenter is an artist, but painting is definitely not currently on her mind. Savannah is trying to understand what happened to her sister, Charlotte. Charlotte is in a coma and Savannah is at her bed side every moment she is allowed by the hospital staff. Charlotte had been found in Rock Creek Park. Some say she fell off an outcropping of rocks. Others say she tried to kill herself. But Savannah cannot help but wonder if someone pushed her over the cliff. Savannah's only real clues were some matchbook covers from the Eighteenth Club and Charlotte's journal. Even though Savannah knows she should not read the diary, she consoled herself with the fact that she was searching for clues. In truth, it was the steamy content that enthralled her. She had no idea Charlotte was into such fantasies or that the Eighteenth Club let people act those dark desires out. ......................... Lance Marshall is a werewolf. Being able to shift into canine form has helped him get stories that other journalists could not. After all, a big stray dog could not understand English, right? Lance was currently interested in the Eighteenth Club and its owner, Raymond Conrad. However, while scoping out the club he spies Savannah sneaking about, taking pictures of the top brass entering the establishment. Risky! Especially since some who enter the club never exit alive. He ends up rescuing her from a guard and then begins hunting her for his own reasons. ............................ **** This is a steamy paranormal romance. If you do not like explicit bedroom scenes and hot fantasies, stay away. If you love those scenes (or could care less if they are there or not), then this is right up your alley. The author gives her readers danger, shape-shifters, and hot romance. The best of everything. Brava. ****
harstan More than 1 year ago
The DC police inform artist Savannah Carpenter that they believe her sister Charlotte accidentally fell off rocks at Rock Creek Park leading to her being at George Washington University Hospital in a coma. Savannah thinks otherwise as she feels someone pushed her sibling who was looking into strange happenings at Club Eighteen better known as the Castle by its rich S&M patrons. ----------------- When the Castle¿s guards see Savannah taking photos of their clients, they go after her, but a large wolf rescues her. Investigative reporter Lance Marshall offers to team up with Savannah as he senses a story that could help her learn what happened to Charlotte. She agrees. They enter the club albeit to have fun, but also to obtain the truth. However, like the Hotel California it is easy to enter, but impossible to leave.------------- The York werewolf moon novels contains several excellent paranormal romantic suspense tales (see CRIMSON MOON), but SHADOW OF THE MOON may be the best of the series so far. The action-packed story line is fast-paced and filled with sexual tension accentuated by the danger that the audience will taste as if we have the enhanced sense of a werewolf. The lead couple is a delightful pairing as they investigate the goings on at the club, what happened to Charlotte, and the attraction between them in a gripping thriller.---------------- Harriet Klausner