Thursday, July 07, 2005

Master of the Moon

While I'm taking a little blog hiatus (I'll be back on Monday I swear!!) I thought I'd give you something to do since you'll have time on your hands by not reading my ramblings. :)

What? you may ask. Why read, of course!

Today's suggesion is the very hot paranormal - "Master of the Moon" by Angela Knight and published by the steamy Berkley Sensation line.

Now I ask you -- how many books can you think of where a werewolf heroine hunts down an evil vampire with the help of a sexy otherworldly warrior named Llyr?
Gr, baby, grrrr....
Anyway check out the blurb:
Diana London works hard in her day job as the city manager of a small South Carolina town. Yet she still finds time to moonlight for the Verdaville Police Department.

As a werewolf.

But while helping the police investigate a brutal murder, Diana discovers she?s not the only magical creature in town. A female vampire has also decided to make
Verdaville her murderous playground. What?s worse, she has powers even Diana
can?t match.

Fortunately, Diana is not the only one determined to stop her. Llyr Galatyn is the king of the Cachamwri Sidhe ? a seductive otherworldly warrior with fantastic abilities. He?s sworn to hunt down the murderer, and he?s more than willing to give Diana any help she needs.

And not just with the case. Diana is in her Burning Moon, a time of sexual heat, when need rides her hard. Llyr is delighted to be the answer to her erotic prayers.

But as they hunt the vampire while desire runs hot between them, a deadly enemy urges the killer to turn her sights on Llyr. It seems Llyr isn?t the only king of the Sidhe ? and his brother wants him dead.

Sounds great, huh? Well I'm not alone in thinking so. MASTER OF THE MOON got a 4 ½ stars and a Top Pick from RT. It also spent three weeks on the USA Today bestseller list, and was #1 on the Waldens Romance List for three weeks.

Anyway - check out an excerpt here and then go out and get the book sure to put some sizzle in your summer!

I promise to be back on Monday with your reguarly scheduled blog.

1 comment:

Elizabeth Kerri Mahon said...

I love Angela Knight! Thanks for the recommendation Marianne!