Book Reviews of New Moon (Moon, Bk 6)

New Moon (Moon, Bk 6)
New Moon - Moon, Bk 6
Author: Rebecca York
ISBN-13: 9780425216026
ISBN-10: 0425216020
Publication Date: 5/2007
Pages: 336
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 139 ratings
Publisher: Berkley
Book Type: Paperback
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Landscape architect Logan Marshall is out for a jog, in his werewolf form, when a trap catches his paw. As it saps his strength, he is saved by another werewolf, who-to Logan's amazament is a female....

Great story!!
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Helpful Score: 1
Well its official, I've lost interest in this series ~ hopefully someone else will enjoy it.
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I'm with others in that I have now lost interest in this series. While the alternate dimension is an interesting premise, the resulting characters and story are one dimensional (pun intended). I continued with Ghost Moon (the next in the series) to see if it was only the one book but to my dismay it was not. THAT story line was so ridiculous that I almost didn't finish the book. Sigh....time to move on to other weres.
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Helpful Score: 1
I have read all of Rebecca York series so far. Her series is awesome. I enjoyed every book so much, that I ran to the store to buy the rest of the series. Can't wait for the next one to come out.
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Rinna and Logan ( male and female shapeshifting-werewolves) have an electrifying bond and travel through dimensions to save each other.
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This is part of Rebecca York's Moon Series, which centers around werewolves and pscychic mysteries. I gave this one four stars, which is pretty typical for York's books.

While out collecting native plants for his landscaping job, Logan Marshall is caught in a trap specifically designed for shapeshifters. He is found by the woman who the trap was really meant for, Rinna, a shapeshifter from another demension. She procedes to rescue him and take him to her home. They are pursued across demensions by Falcone, who wants Rinna as his personal slave.

One of the most amusing though at times most irritating parts of the book deal with the differences between Rinna's world and our own. Her perplexity with electricity, cars, and guns made me laugh out loud, and cringe at the cheesiness. Overall I liked Rinna as a character, even if she was a bit overdone. Logan is a passably average hero, doing pretty much everything we expect him to do. He's patient, understanding, and sexy. And yeah, a bit predictable. The plot similarly engaging but unsurprising. In the end though, I love the romance and the fantasy in this book. I'd recommend it to York fans.
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Interesting storyline.
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It is one man's true nature to remain by the side of the woman he loves, rather than live without her in his own universe...
Landscape architect Logan Marshall is out for a jog-in his werewolf form-when a trap catches his paw. As it saps his strength, he is saved by another werewolf, who-to Logan's amazement-is female.
Female werewolves aren't supposed to exist. But Rinna is a shape-shifter from another dimension who's traveled through a portal to this world. And the trap that ensnared Logan was set by her former captor and was meant for her...
But as soon as Rinna and Logan touch, an electrifying bond forms between them. Unable to resist his desire for Rinna, in all her many forms, Logan will have to earn her trust and travel through both dimensions to save her-and earth-from the wrath of her enemy...