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on November 23, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
From the first page I was hooked. Nina Croft has spun a story that is compelling and captivating. Even though they barely knew each other, the passion and heat between Anya and Sebastian is definitely one to envy. I only wish the story could have been longer- much longer. Bound to Moonlight was only but a small taste of what could be a promising story. I look forward to seeing what will happen in the next book, as will I look for reading the first to the series.
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on January 18, 2014
Format: Kindle Edition
Reviewed by Crystal
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Review originally posted at Romancing the Book

I really enjoyed Bound to Moonlight. It is a great series and it may be short but it was good.

Anya is a woman who just wants to be free but can’t be. She has to have a certain medicine to survive. She is sent on a mission but isn’t really told the real story.

Sebastian is the leader of his wolf pack and has always put them first until he finds Anya. He knows she was sent to do something and he needs to find out what. He believes that she knows where the wolves are that went missing.

When Anya figures out that things really aren’t what they seem. She wants to have a life with Sebastian but she knows that she won’t live to have a life with him.

I enjoyed the characters and the story was great. I have always liked to read books by Nina Croft. I was just so caught up in this story and I really hated getting to the end. I am on my way to find the rest of the Sisters of the Moon series.
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on June 7, 2013
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This is the second(?) book in a series and very well done. It's a twist on the usual in that the female lead is the "soldier" type and the male lead is the one trying to figure out her motivations. Would read more by this author and would recommend.
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on May 19, 2013
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Really liked this book. Your books are always page turners. The writing style is truly spelling binding. You did a great job!
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on February 27, 2013
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While I really liked this book I found myself wanting more, I have no idea where I wanted more just that when I read it I felt like something was missing. Anya was a good character, strong and defiant and I loved Sebastian but I felt not much was resolved by the end. I would still recommend this book, and I would read the next book in this series to see what happens next.
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on January 28, 2013
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This is a quick, enjoyable read. Because it is short, there isn't a whole lot of character development. I read parts of the first book so I already had an understanding of the world this author has created. I enjoyed this book enough to read all of it. The heroine is a strong character and she seemed much more mature than her sister did in the previous book. The story seemed to flow along nicely and then the ending was kind of abrupt.
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on January 21, 2013
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This story line is a little better then the other books. The book is still not one of those that you cant put down.
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on January 13, 2013
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"Bound to Moonlight" is the second book in the Sisters of the Moon series. There are hints of the first and next book in this one that make me want to find the other two. This book is a short easy read that has elements of supernatural, romance and a bit of science fiction thrown in. for good measure. I read it in one sitting. The story has a good focus on the main two characters.
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on November 19, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
Bound to Moonlight is the second book in the Sisters of the Moon series. I would recommend reading the first story called Bound to Night before this one because it introduces characters that appear in both books and are important to the story.

This series has been enjoyable for me so far. I had no expectations going in when I read book 1, and I ended up really liking Tasha and Jack's story. While that story is still my favorite, I found Bound to Moonlight to be an entertaining read all on it's own. It's about a woman with telepathic powers named Anya and the werewolf Sebastian, who played a pretty big part in Bound to Night. Anya happens to be one of the sisters that Tasha was searching for. Anya is a nice character. I liked her. Sebastian actually left the biggest impression on me in the first book, and I was happy he was getting his chance in the spotlight.

Since it's a short story, the pace is quick but there's enough action and hot, steamy moments. The only reason it didn't top Bound to Night for me is because I wanted a bit more from both Anya and Sebastian. I found Sebastian to be pretty tamed in this one, and Anya didn't stand out as much as Tasha. Overall, it was a good read, and I'm curious about the next book Bound to Secrets.
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on December 9, 2012
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It was an excellent book. Very well written. Picked it up & did not put it down until I finished it!
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