moonlight

 
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A book to read under the moonlight
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This book was very good. This book was very captivating from beginning to end. Compared to other books it was very unique. Not your typical werewolf story.

Theme: People from other cultures are really very much like us.

Theme: Non-human animals are beings with rights that deserve protection.

Theme: Face your fears.

Theme: If you have knowledge, use it to help others.

Theme: To protect those who are not able to protect themselves is a duty which every one owes to society.

Theme: Our duty is to be useful, not according to our desires, but according to our powers.
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Pretty good!
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I am not a big fan of werewolves book; only the great book called Nightshade, but this book was really good. I enjoyed it thoroughly. I liked Hawthrone's writing a lot; the way she had me wrapped me in her little fingers just after the ten first pages.


Also, I liked Kayla's point of view. She has quite a funny way to think and to express herself.


I was impressed by the way the story was written. I like stores fast paced but with a lot of details; and my wishes came true.


Resumed; great book!
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Moonlight by Rachel Hawthorne Review
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I can't remember how I came upon this series, but what I do know is that I'm so glad I did! Moonlight is the first in the Dark Guardian series and once again I've found myself a new series that I already can't get enough of.
As a fan of the paranormal genre, I'm always excited when I find a book within that genre that has a new twist to the old storyline. The Dark Guardians' series has taken the old tales of werewolves and produced a new and unique spin on the characters.
Rachel Hawthorne created a story out of her very realistic world and had me believing instantly! Her main characters, Kayla and Lucas were great. Brave and compelling Kayla meshed very well with the dark and brooding Lucas. Their story was romantic, yet frustrating, moving and yet so much fun. I loved it all!
With werewolves being a reality and some ill intent humans after them for their own nefarious purposes, readers will be on edge to see if Kayla and Lucas will be able to defeat them and remain safe or if their in deeper water than they thought. Will their romance and feelings be enough to keep them strong for the fight ahead, or will it all be just too much for Kayla to handle with the other revelations she's faced with?
I've always been a fast reader but I was able to really fly through this book, it took only one day for me to finish and after I was done I wanted to jump right into the next installment. There's a little bit of everything in this series; romance, adventure, action and suspense, plenty of description and depth to keep you interested and wanting to come back for more. I really had fun with this one and already ordered the second installment, Full Moon, because I just can't stand not knowing what will happen next, I'm hooked yet again! I'm really looking forward to see where Hawthorne and her Dark Guardians' series takes me next!
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