Master of the Moon - Mageverse, Bk 4 Author:Angela Knight Unknown to the citizens of her small town, policewoman Diana London is a shape-shifting werewolf on the track of a killer vampiress. Through erotic dreams, she is drawn to Llyr, king of the faeries. But despite sparks, Llyr is a complication in her life. Until the vampiress at large finds an ally, Diana and Llyr have no one to turn to but each o... more »ther.« less
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Diana London is a City Manager and part-time policewoman in a small southern town. She's also a shape-shifter (a werewolf). She uses her enhanced abilities to help keep her town safe, although she keeps her nature a secret.
Lyr is King of the faeries and has been visiting Diana in her dreams. He's had his own battle going, fighting to keep his people safe from his evil brother Ansgar. When rogue vampires start attacking citizens of Diana's town, Lyr is sent to help. The trouble from the vamps as well as the sparks between Lyr and Diana fly.
This is another exceptional story from Angela Knight. The story continues from Master of the Moon, although if you haven't read that, this works as a stand-alone book too.
Diana is a wonderful strong heroine and Lyr is a strong, sexy, wonderful hero. Highly recommended! There is nothing like an Angela Knight story to keep you up reading until late in the night.
I have read this as the second in the series having missed the first book. I enjoyed this one much more than Master of the Night (#2) both in storyline and in use of language.
This book brings in a new type of magical being to the story the Direkind who are werewolves. I enjoy the "furries" and this version was fun in that our furry friend was female (she-wolf) and kick ass. This was a good story line bringing in characters from the last book and introducing us to the new species.
Angela Knight's has also cleaned up her "sex language" if you will and has greatly toned down the crass use of verbiage that she used in Master of the Night. While this book is still filled with very strong sex scenes, often with very dominating elements, the language at least is not as offensive. Still debating whether this one has convinced me enough to move to the next story!
I still think this series is not as good as Susan Sizemore or Lori Handeland who I consider 2nd tier to Lori Adrian and JD Ward.
This book was a very quick read. The female protagonist kinda got on my nerves. Actually, the male did too, perhaps not as much. It was fun, but fluffy. This book is romance more than paranormal or mystery. There is much sex. Almost too much. Still, it's fun.
Wow, I just couldn't get into this book. Typically, I can finish any book regardless if it's interesting or not...but this one and another by this author I just couldn't take it. The writing was boring and the story line just didn't capture me. I tried reading book 7 in this series and same problem. I love books of this genre but this series and the writing was unstimulating.
Angela Knight tells all in her sexually charged vampire stories. I collect them all, filling my bookshelves with her books, many of which are only short stories with other authors. I prefer this servies, and fold the corners to re-read the steamy pages!