I decided I wanted to read this book after it received a Recommended Read tag by Dear Author. Once I made that decision, this book and I did a little dance for some weeks. Amazon and Barnes & Noble sell the ebook version for $5.99…but I have a Kobo. Kobo… Read more »
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There’s a lot of good and a lot of bad in this book. Let me start with the good:
Moon Called is a great introduction to a series! Mercedes (Mercy) Thompson is a skinwalker – she can turn into a coyote – because she is descended from a long line of Native American shamans. Mercy owns a small repair garage and fixes primarily older foreign cars. Into her shop… Read more »
Oh wow. I loved this book. I had complicated emotions in the beginning – Declan moved in on Rose with the intensity of a Kristen Ashley hero at first. It really bothered me…I have KA overload thus Declan’s actions concerned me. But I loved the world-building and the writing (of… Read more »