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Cry Sanctuary (Red Rock Pass Book 1) Kindle Edition

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Length: 232 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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The Sanctuary Universe

The Red Rock Pass series is the first arc in the Sanctuary world, featuring werewolves fighting to defend their world and their traditions from the creeping corruption taking over the cities.

  • Book One: Cry Sanctuary -
  • Book Two: Sanctuary Lost -
  • Book Three: Sanctuary's Price -
  • Book Four: Sanctuary Unbound -

Product Details

  • File Size: 689 KB
  • Print Length: 232 pages
  • Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd. (October 21, 2008)
  • Publication Date: October 21, 2008
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B001RV3ON6
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Not Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #472,734 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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More About the Author

How do you make a Moira Rogers? Take a former forensic science and nursing student obsessed with paranormal romance and add a computer programmer with a passion for gritty urban fantasy. Toss in a dash of whimsy and a lot of caffeine, and enjoy with a side of chocolate by the light of the full moon.

By day, Bree and Donna are mild-mannered ladies who reside in the Deep South. At night, when their husbands and children are asleep, they combine forces to unleash the product of their fevered imaginations upon the page. To learn more about this romance writing, crime fighting duo, visit their webpage at (Disclaimer: crime fighting abilities may appear only in the aforementioned fevered imaginations.)

For an overview of series & reading order for books by Moira Rogers, visit:

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By M.L. on January 1, 2010
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Normally I love books on shifters and was eager to start this one. And though the author had some intriguing ideas about werewolf culture, the book had one fatal flaw that I couldn't over look: artificial conflict.

I can't stand it when the conflict in a story only comes as a result of the characters making stupid choices and putting themselves in unnecessary danger. After promising multiple times not to put herself in danger, the heroine does exactly that the very first chance she gets, and willingly gives herself to the bad guys. Plus, I don't think it was explained well enough about why the heroine was changed in the first place or why the bad guys wanted her so much.

And the relationship between the two main characters progressed too quickly and unbelievably for me. I found myself doing a lot of skimming while reading and ultimately gave up before the end.

I gave the book 2 stars for the interesting bits of world building at the beginning. I really, really wanted to like this book (and the hero had an interesting back story). But I just couldn't get invested in the story enough to really feel connected to the characters or worry when they were in danger.
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This is a great book gets one of my highest must buy and read right now recommendations.

I am VERY picky about my shape shifter and or vampire books having started by reading Susan Sizemore vampire and Laurel K. Hamilton vampire and shape shifter books, I am quite picky about who's I read, I won't read just anyone and I can honestly tell you that Moira Rogers Red Rock Pass series will be on my *Buy the day of release* list.

Abby turned against her will has come to Red Rock Pass for sanctuary from the alpha who had her attacked. Only having went through one moon change Abby is still a new wolf and very unsure of herself. Meeting Keith and the attraction between them has her even more unsure of thing.

I hate wimpy heroines and believe me Abby does not qualify very much an alpha, so not just any man will do for this wolf, the instant chemistry between Abby and Keith is quite explosive.

I love to watch a good man fall in love - Keith is no exception when he falls he falls hard and their isn't anything he wouldn't do for his woman even defy his own alpha to protect her.

Your going to want to read this book right away just to see what happens between Keith and Abby.

So run don't walk and buy your copy today!!

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Keith and Abigail are an interesting leading couple. Both are alpha's (this is not typical for many paranormal/werewolf/vampire type books I've read) and strong. A leading lady that is strong but not hard and sarcastic is a welcome change for me. At first I thought Abby very smart - then she makes a choice I did not feel was in character for her and her strength sort of fizzles.

I felt that the concept of a guide was good - that a new werewolf needed someone to help him/her control the wolf and learn about the community. Surprisingly that part did not seem rushed to me - I was fine with it. I thought the sex scenes were fine - they don't overwhelm the story nor do they seem contrived just for their own sake.

What this book needed is about another 50-100 pages. Its true you hit the ground running but it leaves you with a quizzical bewildered viewpoint that just never really goes away. Too many unanswered questions.

It needed backstory as to why the bad guy would turn Abigail, what he stood to gain from it, and why he so desperately seems to want her back. And her own backstory is flimsy - you just don't really feel her at all.

Although there is some explanation of the politics of the shifter world it needed to be more in depth - as we are told repeatedly that there are bad alpha's and good alpha's and the good are becoming more and more scarce. I was very intruiged with that storyline and wanted a lot more depth and explanation of it - especially as the Main alpha Gavin didn't seem to have a ton of contact with other "old school" alpha's. It seems as if the story is going to devolve into an us vs. them...if so we need to be more connected to the "us" so we want to win against the "them".
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I think I might have enjoyed this a bit more than some of the other reviewers, but it wasn't anything new or impressive. It read a little more like a novella than a full on novel as there were parts that seemed thrown together and pieces skimmed over.

If you are looking for a little paranormal romance that is solid and reliable, then this is for you. The characters weren't fully developed, but you got the general idea who they were. Part of this was the need to set up a bit of a backdrop for future stories, I think. I found Ms. Rogers depiction of pack rules to be interesting and LOVED the touch that the heroine was a strong wolf, but because of her circumstances didn't know what the heck was going on.

It was light, funny and romantic. There were one or two plot points that left our characters making silly decisions and that was a bit annoying. And the sequence of events wasn't exactly surprising- no twists, turns or cliffhangers here. BUT! If you can overlook that and just focus on the fun stuff, you will enjoy this.
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