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Reader Review: This book doesn't fill the traditional roles of a romance novel, and the reader who tries to impose those restrictions on it will be somewhat dissapointed. Those who are looking for a sexy, fun, intriguing new paranormal series, however, will enjoy Ms. Arthur's book. Set in Australia, Arthur's world is one in which paranormal and normal coexist, if not always comfortably, and it's always exciting on the week of the full moon.
BONUS: This edition contains an excerpt from Keri Arthur's Kissing Sin.
In this exciting debut, author Keri Arthur explodes onto the supernatural scene with a sexy, sensuous tale of intrigue and suspense set in a world where legends walk and the shady paths of the underworld are far more sinister than anyone envisioned.
A rare hybrid of vampire and werewolf, Riley Jenson and her twin brother, Rhoan, work for Melbourne’s Directorate of Other Races, an organization created to police the supernatural races–and protect humans from their depredations. While Rhoan is an exalted guardian, a.k.a. assassin, Riley is merely an office worker–until her brother goes missing on one of his missions. The timing couldn’t be worse. More werewolf than vampire, Riley is vulnerable to the moon heat, the weeklong period before the full moon, when her need to mate becomes all-consuming.…
Luckily Riley has two willing partners to satisfy her every need. But she will have to control her urges if she’ s going to find her brother….Easier said than done as the city pulses with frenzied desire, and Riley is confronted with a very powerful–and delectably naked–vamp who raises her temperature like never before.
In matters carnal, Riley has met her match. But in matters criminal, she must follow her instincts not only to find her brother but to stop an unholy harvest. For someone is doing some shifty cloning in an attempt to produce the ultimate warrior–by tapping into the genome of nonhumans like Rhoan. Now Riley knows just how dangerous the world is for her kind–and just how much it needs her.
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|Title of Romance eBook: Full Moon Rising||Series: A Riley Jenson Guardian Novel, , #1|
|Release Date: 01-31-2006|
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|Publisher: Random House Publishing Group|
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Full Moon Rising
The night was quiet.
Almost too quiet.
Though it was after midnight, it was a Friday night, and Friday nights were usually party nights-at least for those of us who were single and not working night shift. This section of Melbourne wasn't exactly excitement city, but it did possess a nightclub that catered to both human and nonhumans. And while it wasn't a club I frequented often, I loved the music they played. Loved dancing along the street to it as I made my way home.
But tonight, there was no music. No laughter. Not even drunken revelry. The only sound on the whispering wind was the clatter of the train leaving the station and the rumble of traffic from the nearby freeway.
Of course, the club was a well-known haunt for pushers and their prey, and as such it was regularly raided-and closed-by the cops. Maybe it had been hit again.
So why was there no movement on the street? No disgruntled partygoers heading to other clubs in other areas?
And why did the wind hold the fragrance of blood?
I hitched my bag to a more comfortable position on my shoulder, then stepped from the station's half-lit platform and ran up the stairs leading to Sunshine Avenue. The lights close to the platform's exit were out and the shadows closed in the minute I stepped onto the street.
Normally, darkness didn't worry me. I am a creature of the moon and the night, after all, and well used to roaming the streets at ungodly hours. That night, though the moon rode toward fullness, its silvery light failed to pierce the thick cover of clouds. But the power of it shimmered through my veins-a heat that would only get worse in the coming nig
Title: Full Moon Rising
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Number of Comments: 4 Rating(s) 4 Review(s)
2 of 4 people found the following eBook Review Helpful
Very Happily Surprised
February 23, 2010
Reviewer: A reader from Mayfield, US
Mixed reviews from other sites kept me from buying this book before now. I didn't find Riley to be whiny, or one-sided, overly promiscuous, or silly. I also didn't find other characters to be one-dimensional. This book has been compared to early Anita Blake novels, but that doesn't seem to be a fair comparison. This is not a vampire-hunter series. As this review title states, I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed this book. I liked the characters. I like the plot (which also didn't seem to have huge holes in it). I liked the pacing and the way Arthur does reveals. I plan to purchase the next in the series immediately.
I can't think of a single thing wrong with this bo
August 8, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from Aaronsburg, PA US
I can't think of a single thing wrong with this book and the ones that come after it! It has it all, vampires, werewolves, all sorts of shifters, love, sex, danger, excitement and a great story. The main character Riley is a strong woman, and can more than take care of herself, but with her friends, family and lovers by her side, she can do just about anything! Pick this up, you will get hooked!
This book doesn't fill the traditional roles of a
July 12, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from Fort Wayne, IN US
This book doesn't fill the traditional roles of a romance novel, and the reader who tries to impose those restrictions on it will be somewhat dissapointed. Those who are looking for a sexy, fun, intriguing new paranormal series, however, will enjoy Ms. Arthur's book. Set in Australia, Arthur's world is one in which paranormal and normal coexist, if not always comfortably, and it's always exciting on the week of the full moon.
December 1, 2010
Reviewer: A reader from AUSTRALIA
I purchased this book as a last minute item before setting off on a trip, unfortunately for me, I hadn't had the forethought to purchase the second or third book before I'd left. A matter of mere hours after I'd opened the book, I found myself reading the last page, in wonderment. The plot is unlike so many in the paranormal romance genre. Arthur's character's are realistic and the tempo of the book shot ahead where many other's fall short. I strongly urge other's interested in this field of literature to give Riley a well deserve chance.
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