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Product Details

  • Series: Garoul (Book 3)
  • Paperback: 264 pages
  • Publisher: Bold Strokes Books (February 15, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1602822018
  • ISBN-13: 978-1602822016
  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.6 x 0.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,844,693 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Gill McKnight is Irish and moves between Ireland, England, and Greece in a non-stop circuit of work, rest, and play. She loves messing about in boats and has secret fantasies about lavender farming. With a BA in Art and Design and a Masters in Art History, it says much about her artistic skill that she now works in IT.

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I eagerly waited for this book to be published.
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It is simply part of the characters life, although pairing up is part of the theme of the book for one couple amid many paired couples.
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Well written, well paced, with engaging characters and a well crafted world.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Geoff on July 12, 2011
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Book three of the Garoul series returns to the darker, mystery-filled storyline such as was in book one's "Goldenseal". (a book that was hampered by Amazon.com revealing the `werewolf' secret while promoting the book.)

Luckily, there are no spoilers to be had in Indigo Moon. It's OK that we know the secret fact that plain, injured and complete amnesiac Isabelle Monk is recuperating in the cabin of a werewolf named Ren, (even if Isabelle has no idea about her caregiver's furry side). The question is:
-Is Ren friend or foe?
-Rescuer, or part of the pack that attacked Isabelle?

We follow right along with Isabelle as she questions, and digs, and searches for clue after darker and darker clue about her past, the truth about how she came to be injured, and is now recuperating in this intriguing stranger's home. (cue menacing music)

Flashes of old characters lighten up the mood occasionally, as everyone's favorite antisocial moonpuppy Jolie Garoul gets set to leave with her brother on a business trip to visit their Greek counterparts. The birth of new pups in Little Dip gives Jolie a chance to reminisce to her mate Hope Glassy & Godfrey Meyers (and fill in the back-story) a tiny bit about Ren and... others, before leaving for her trip.

Well, I won't ruin it for you, but Hope, Godfrey and the deformed rabbit/mutt Tadpole all feature heavily in Isabelle's near future, (as do death-defying chases, wild hunts, bite-heavy bed-sport, and a very bossy little girl.)

While I ADORED (all capitals!) the Love/Hate slapstick antics of Jolie & Hope in the second book, and I had difficulties with the first book (besides the spoiled plot) in Amy Fortune's spotty detective skills... This novel does a much better job with the mystery and plot twists.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Deni A. Geeighty on December 27, 2011
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indigo moon is the 3rd of the series and while t stands alone, it is far more satisfying if it is read after the 1st and 2nd books in the series. This book ties into the background story where it is needful and really maintains a good and frightening mystery as the main character has amnesia and what she remembers and the clues she finds has her NEED to find others who can tell her the truth, almost after it is too late. It was a pleasure at the end to see how the 3 books are tied together. It is also delightful there are abundant lesbian and gay couples functioning normally, thriving, and it is NOT the point of the book(s). It is simply part of the characters life, although pairing up is part of the theme of the book for one couple amid many paired couples.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Jo Dogz on February 6, 2011
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I purchased a few ebooks the other night. As always, I was determined to stretch them out, to make them last, to take my time enjoying what I always hope will be good stories. Great stories even.

I started with Indigo Moon by Gill McKnight. I've really enjoyed the previous two books set in the Garoul world so I've been waiting in anticipation for this one. I definitely wasn't disappointed and devoured the entire book in one sitting. So much for taking my time and savouring it.

What I've enjoyed about the series, is that each story is unique and is told in a different way, with a different voice, so to speak. They may all be set in the were world of the Garouls and be romances, but they each walk a very different path to get there.

I really liked that we got to see Hope and Jolie from Ambereye (the second in the series), again. Hope has a larger role in the book than Jolie, which to me was a little disappointing, but I was still glad of what I did get to see. I say I was disappointed, purely for the fact that Jolie is one of my all time favourite characters. I still catch myself thinking of the stapler and chair scenes at random odd moments and literally laughing out loud.

I really enjoy Gill's writing and I'm definitely looking forward to the next in the series, which sneakily has a little excerpt at the end of this one. I normally avoid excerpts, wanting to be able to read the entire story without waiting what could be months until the whole thing is available, but it was right there in front of me, so I couldn't help myself. Sneaky, sneaky. But it worked, I can hardly wait for it to be out!

So I can definitely recommend Indigo Moon as an excellent addition to the series.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By paedagogue on December 5, 2011
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All of her stories have genuine warmth, ravishingly depicted natural settings, and deeply attractive protagonists. Indigo Moon introduces a dangerous "outsider" member of the Garoul clan, an angst-ridden heroine on the run, and darker, more violent episodes than in the previous Garoul novels. The immortal Tadpole, from Ambereye, makes a brief appearance, but McKnight's hilarious comic muse is kept under restraints in this story, which is more Gothick than its predecessor. This is a fantasy novel, but it richly engages the texture of reality. It also confirms--yet again--that lesbian werewolves are hot.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Sandra on August 2, 2011
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This is the third book in Gill McKnight's paranormal romance series.
The second book in the series, Ambereye, was one of my favorites of 2010.

This one wasn't quite as good, but still a solid, entertaining read with beautiful descriptions of the wolven senses.

And for once, we have a character (Isabelle) who isn't overly beautiful or doesn't think she is.

The end could have been a bit longer to show Ren's motivation for keeping things from Isabelle.

If you like paranormal romances, I recommend this series, especially the second book.
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