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I look forward to reading the rest of this series. The Iron Bells Price: Item s unavailable for purchase. Kess was a very likable, leoparv character. And on a side note, for a indie published book, I found this to be very well edited. So you are a guy and you battists made general flirtatious overtures to a girl that have been met with mixed messages. Swear My Blood Approves 5. But she knows she can sweeten his sour mood with one of her legendary desserts.

She wants to stay with Cormac. Miami is still in the hands of the wereleopard clan. She runs from city leopadd city, trying to stay one step ahead of the investigators her family has dispatched to bring her home. Apr 15, K. Basically, the first half is Kess running from her psychotic brother who is hell bent on doing things to her that are as far from accepted today as one can get and the second half is Kess finally breaking out of the cage she locked herself in for the past few years to not only start a relationship with a great guy who reminds me of my boyfriend sans the age gap but to battist her brother in his place.

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Leopard Moon

Leopard Moon Book 1 of the Moon series Price: Leopard Moon was an average YA novel with an average plot and just average characters, except for one character in particular. When the moon rises, the hunt is on…. The one other exception to this was the Nightshade series and you didn’t know about other were-animals until books two and three.

Shocked speechless and on the verge of dismantling the classy dining room with his bare hands, Lee is distracted by lovely seating hostess Abby DuLane.

This piece was totally unexpected. Still, very nice addition to the YA paranormal were creature library, and I’ll definitely be on the lookout for the next in the series. Laila has been pledged to serve the jackal god, Anubis, since she was a child. Devon, a high school senior, is desperate go to college and get away jexnette her mountain town. I cannot wait to read the next one! Just missing something not a bad book just not for me I hope you enjoy it.

Meeting Cormac was not in her plans, but his tenacity with wanting to get to know her has jeandtte wishing she could act on her feelings.

About Publish Join Sign In. So I’ve been on a kinda big paranormal kick lately. Kess is jeantte powerful young woman who doesn’t quite realize the strength she carries within her self.


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But when her sensei, Master Toshi, goes missing, all thoughts of a relaxing vacation are out the window. Jun 25, Radiant rated it really liked it. The Moon Omnibus collects the first three volumes of the Moon Series: The book was written from three different POV’s, which worked really well, especially since Sek was in Miami.

I am not sure if I will continue, because I see that the next book is about someone else. She wishes there were more hours in the day so she could actually do more of these things. To ask other readers questions about Leopard Moonplease sign up.

The MoonBook 1. Kess left her clan because of her older brother Sek. But it just had nothing that made me happy. She meets Cormac, a young man with a secret of his own.

Leopard Moon (Moon , book 1) by Jeanette Battista

But Sek has other intentions as he comes to take her back and he will go to any extent the evil he is.! See 1 question about Keanette Moon…. As she was on the run, she managed to get her GED.

Enjoyable first in this series.

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