Crimson Moon #2020

Crimson Moon Rebecca York Ruth Glick Crimson Moon Needing a fresh start a young werewolf heads west and changes his identity As Sam Morgan he meets Olivia Woodlock a woman of many secrets whose life is in jeopardy If he can t protect her they ll

  • Title: Crimson Moon
  • Author: Rebecca York Ruth Glick
  • ISBN: 9780425199954
  • Page: 100
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Crimson Moon Rebecca York Ruth Glick Needing a fresh start, a young werewolf heads west and changes his identity As Sam Morgan, he meets Olivia Woodlock a woman of many secrets, whose life is in jeopardy If he can t protect her, they ll never have a chance to explore the passion that promises to bind them together for an eternity.
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    1. Crimson Moon is really weak compared to, well, most other paranormal romances I ve read so far There are a number of things that annoyed me to no end, but since I knew what I m getting into and what to expect, I didn t hate it That is mostly because it s so lukewarm, it didn t leave any impression on me.The paranormal elements are werewolves and some other things mentioned later in the story The romance part is pretty much in your face I d call it instant, but for it to be instant it should at l [...]

    2. Setting barroom hospital Balti mansion, Montecito CA treasure room, garden, her bedroom, halls stairs, brother s office den, chapel evil man s home in La Jolla, castle like, built into mountain with basement vault and booby traps and high tower room where he kept his Sarah look a like imprisoned his isolated ranch, house built into side of hill, overlooking the valley south of Lompoc motels rental house to hide out in Theme Both carrying supernatural secrets, she needing serious help now, both c [...]

    3. Now this one s different than the previous Sam Morgan is an art thief After having to run from his life of drunken bars and women, he s made his way to San Francisco and cultivated the lifestyle needed to enter the world of high society and secretly steal their art collections Olivia Woodstock is the daughter of one of those society families, but her family has a terrible secret Catching Sam during a robbery on their family home, she talks him into helping them retrieve a valuable object stolen [...]

    4. I have read the others in the moon series years ago and loved them Just recently picked this one up after finishing a couple other fantasy series I was reading actually I got a few new books to start and had trouble getting into any of them.hard to get out of the world of a series that has 12 books when that is all you have been reading straight Reading the Sookie Stackhouse books as well right now Going to pick this one up tonight and see if I can t get moving on it My review to follow

    5. So, I started with the first book and really enjoyed it The in between books, I kind of looked at and it didn t interest me I picked this one up because it seemed interesting This is a 2.5 for me It was better than okay but not quite 3 The writing is fine I mean she does a good job with world building, characters and storyline It just didn t capture my attention This can be read as a standalone for those who want to skip around in the series.

    6. I love how you don t need to read the books in order It makes them better but for me I came into the series and read them randomly I still understood everything and was never confused I like York s style Not typically my thing to read romance novels with steamy scene s in them This book was good it didn t really become a favorite ,but it was a good book I like how some of the characters struggle and how they are relatable.

    7. I think this series is deifintely high up there on my liking list Definitely a a series you don t need to read in the correct order I do enjoy Yourk s style of writing It keeps me entertained when I don t have much else to read on hand I love how fast these books are.

    8. I enjoyed this book in the series It stayed with the werewolf main story but added a different supernatural element again The story was very well told There were parts where I thought the villian s story was a little too detailed and the romance was downplayed.

    9. I didn t like this book as much as the previous ones It s like she took the previous books, combined them and diluted them with a whole lot of sex or the characters fantasizing about sex The bad guy was especially heinous but the take down was pretty quick.

    10. Were who targets enviromental rapists finds love with a lumber barons daughter The supernatual twist surrounding her family adds interest.

    11. Oh, how I loved this book Before you know it, your approaching the final pages I must go back to the beginning and start the entire series now, maybe even re read this book 4.

    12. Another decent book in the series Took a little time getting started, but once I was finally into the book, I didn t want to put it down.

    13. While this is still a good series I don t know that I will be finishing it In each new book I am finding them harder and harder to read I will probably be stopping with this book.

    14. Disclaimer Ruth Glick writing as Rebecca York is my mom But I really did love this one I stayed up way too late reading it 4 1 2 stars.

    15. a really good book very intriguing the characters are very easy to relate to i enjoyed the inner struggles of each character.

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