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Moonglow (Darkest London) Mass Market Paperback – July 31, 2012
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"Dark, violent, and addictively enthralling, this exceptionally steamy tale is a worthy sequel to Callihan's stunning Firelight and a perfect lure for Winterblaze."―Library Journal
"Top Pick! 4 12/ Stars! Darkest London glows with the light of Callihan's creativity...Callihan sets the mark for a new style of paranormal historical."―RT Book Reviews
"Callihan has a great talent for sexual tension and jaw-dropping plots that weave together brilliantly in the end."―Diana Gabaldon, New York Times bestselling author
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Drawn together by chance, Daisy and Ian must work swiftly to uncover the identity of the werewolf. The hunt grows deeply personal as Daisy and Ian begin to fall for one another. And with that newfound intimacy comes increased danger. For both Daisy and Ian possess dangerous secrets. Secrets that endanger for more than their hearts...
Return to the thrilling, imaginative world of Kristen Callihan's Darkest London series with Moonglow. Ms. Callihan takes readers deeper into the vision of paranormal Victorian-era London she introduced in Firelight. The result? A unique, dazzling romance that'll leave you hungry for more Darkest London books.
Daisy is a bright, beautiful woman whose abusive husband left her with physical and mental scars she's working to overcome. I respected Daisy's inner strength and, what's more, adored her truly joyful personality. Quite simply, Daisy was a delight throughout Moonglow. Ian, in turn, is an utterly delicious hero. He's got scars of his own, ones that will tug on your heartstrings. Because of his past, he is now a man at war with himself. Ian's a lycan, but he has given up his birthright and suppressed his true nature after the death of his son. Because of this, Ian's constantly pulled into many different directions.Read more ›
Coming into MOONGLOW, I just couldn't imagine where Callihan was going to take her series. With the way that the background mystery of FIRELIGHT wrapped up there didn't seem to be threads hanging for a follow-on story just a character, Ian, who was such a cad in his efforts to keep Miranda and Archer apart. But then again I'd forgotten that Miranda has two sisters and apparently they are going to be the thread that connects the first three Darkest London books.
I really enjoyed MOONGLOW even though it is more standard PNR fare than Callihan's FIRELIGHT - that is if 'standard' can be stretched to include paranormal romance with a touch of suspense in a historical setting - since there isn't the same type of mystery surrounding Daisy and Ian as the intriguing one surrounding the masked Archer in the first book.
But what MOONGLOW does just as well, is the development of the two leads and the slow build of their relationship even as there is a strong initial attraction.Read more ›
Ian Ranulf has a secret, one that could be revealed by the string of brutal murders across London. Trying to find the killer before that happens, Ian stumbles across the latest bloody scene. When he realizes that one victim (Daisy) is in fact not dead, he whisks her away before she can give the police a statement. Then begins a complex pairing full of secrets, danger and sizzling sexual tension.
I loved how Daisy and Ian both were instantly intrigued by one another, right up until they both realized who the other was, and the connection via Miranda. Then I loved how each really, really wished the other was someone else! Despite their best attempts, they are drawn to each other. Their banter is outstanding, and as they grow closer, their honesty and pain is also well written.
This story really expands on the mythology introduced in the first book. Several other supernaturals types are woven in to a complex and multi-layered world. The plot steadily builds to a dramatic conclusion, and then a secondary consequence that I sure didn't see coming. I look forward to seeing how it continues.
Two books in, and this is a new favorite series. I will have to resist mainlining the next several books.
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Forgive me but I'm going to gush for a moment. Kristen Callihan's Darkest London series is a fantastically dark, dangerously fun, sexy thrill ride. Read morePublished 4 months ago by A Chick Who Reads
Wonderful storyline. I believe I felt more empathy for these two characters. What I can't get over is the amazing way the writing pulls you into the heart of the tale. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Nikki D. Caravella
We met Daisy and Ian in "Firelight". Daisy is Miranda’s sister, and like her sister has an elemental power. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Hope
This is the second book in the Darkest London series. I love this series. Kristen Callihan captivated me from page one all the way to the end of Moonglow. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Misty Gee
The best of the series, in my opinion. Ian was the most amazing, protective, possessive heroes I've come across. Read morePublished 12 months ago by starsaga
As an author, I know how hard it is to create sexual tension. Ms. Callihan is a master at it. Sex scenes can get boring, with the same words and expressions used over and over so a... Read morePublished 12 months ago by The Faceless Reviewer
Just finished book 2 and buying book 3 now.
Wonderful creative world, strong characters I liked and cared about. Interesting plots and story line. Read more