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Nightwolves Coalition Paperback – April 14, 2011
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"I enjoyed the book and look forward to reading Nightwolves On the Prowl...Nightwolves Coalition is a good start to an interesting urban fantasy series."
Tasheka Gipson Paranormal Romance Guild Member and Reviewer --Paranormal Romance Guild
From the Author
Memoirs of The Nightwolves Series is a paranormal adventure based on the Mayan Prophecy of Earth's Apocalypse.Special Forces and a Magickal Mercenary team join together forming the Nightwolves to deal with the events unfolding because of the coming prophecy. The natural disasters are opening portals that had been long closed by Ancients Gods and Goddesses who removed The Greater Magickal Races (vampires, werewolves, and dragons) from Earth millennia ago. Now with the polarity shift of Earth those portals the Greater Magickal Races were forced through are opening again and The Nightwolves have to try to make peace with the other races as they can, defend humans against those who won't, and save as many lives as possible when a natural disaster hits
Urban fantasy lovers will enjoy the high-octane action and paranormal romance readers will be titillated by the alternative relationships of the main characters. The series takes readers too many other worlds to experience fantastical creatures and cultures of other humanoid beings that once had been a part of Earth in a far gone past; Beings and Magicks now relegated as nothing more than Myths and Legends by present-day standards. Alternative relationships and cultures are filled with a variety of dynamics and religions, both on Earth and on other worlds.
Actual history, ancient myths and legends are interwoven with a cast of paranormal creatures, military Special Forces and a Coven of Demi-Gods and Goddesses. Current events are also used to drive the storyline along for high action adventure.
This series is multi-layered for readers to enjoy either an alternate reality and/or learn exciting tidbits of real life history I've learned in studying Religious Theology. Writing Memoirs of The Nightwolves has been very fulfilling in being able to use my own personal experiences, with the many schools of learning and disciplines I have gained throughout my life. The alternate worlds I've created gives a wide variety of action and romance to please just about any walk of life and touch the hearts of open-minded paranormal readers looking for something out of the ordinary.
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I Thought she was a virgin (at least 15 years no sex) with three adopted kids.
But then her first time ever with husband 1 was in a closet. So i guess i was wrong. Strange scenes. Hope to see the next book with more romance and way less fillers.
This book is a great set-up for a series. With just enough action to keep things really interesting, paired up with most of the background information needed to really dive into the world. While there isn't a boy meets girl - fall in love - live happily ever after romance, Cat and her mates (yes, there's three of them) have a touching reunion and very interesting relationship.
After a lot of fooling around with background, the author does a wonderful job in describing how Cat saves an airplane, passengers and crew from terrorists who would have killed everyone on board, including the terrorist cell on board the plane.
Now the reader can see what an “altered” vamp looks and acts like. Cat isn’t a vampire in the traditional sense. She only needs a little blood for power, and only a little bit. She’s tough, but basically a good person, who can’t stand the thought of a whole plane of people perishing just because some terrorists want to make a statement.
After the rescue, Cat is questioned, and it appears that she is going to be blamed for the whole incident, and now we are allowed to see exactly who is evil and who is good in this world.
This book is pagan, and is based on the belief of many gods and goddesses. Except for the beginning, it is a fun read.
But then the author misrepresented a falsehood as truth in her book. To prove her belief that Jesus wasn’t original when he said to Nicodemus, “I tell you the truth, no one can see the kingdom of God unless he is born again,” the author claims that this quote originated with Job. She said that in Job it is said, “You must be born of the spirit, then of the flesh, to enter the kingdom of heaven,” and that this quote originated in the Egyptian Book of the Dead.
While the author may know what is written in the Egyptian Book of the Dead, she has no right as a responsible author to deliberately misquote anything. She should do her research first and find out what Job really said, rather than what she has been told he did.
The actual quote in Job is from one of his friends, not Job himself when he says, “The Spirit of God has made me, the breath of the Almighty gives me life.” This misquote is a perversion of what God refers to when he makes all of us. It is God who grants life.
Jesus says something else. He clarifies being born again by saying, “I tell you the truth, no one can enter the kingdom of God unless he is born of water and the Spirit,” meaning a natural birth is not enough. We must also allow God to remake us spiritually, through Jesus, who also said, “No one comes to the Father except through me.”
Ms. Moon is a very talented writer, but she doesn’t research well. It really disappoints me when fantasy, which I love, needs to twist truth to justify itself.
But for her excellent ability to show action-adventure scenes, I gave her three stars.
Nightwolves is the story of Catrina and her involvement in the U.S. Military and the saving of the world. That's it.
What? You want more? Sheesh, aren't you demanding! Okay, let's add some Great Magical Races (you know, werewolves, dragons, and the fanged party boys we call vampires), 2012 Mayan Doomsday prophesies, some nifty science that seems to confirm all those wonderful prophesies, and one of Urban Fantasies coolest female protagonists (the aforementioned Catrina, remember?) and her harem of hunky, but oh-so-dangerous dudes.
I thought so. From the first chapter, On a Wing and a Prayer, she had me speeding through the pages faster than a politician can steal your kid's piggy bank. Cliches float through my mind....a roller coaster ride...thrilling....fun & exciting...a must-read for all fans of Urban Fantasy, etc, etc.
Damn, I hate cliches, but at least they're accurate. What it comes down to is that I had blast reading this book, plain and simple and I want to actually PAY (believe me, I'm cheap enough to squeeze a penny until Lincoln screams) for a the second and third installments in this exciting new series by author Moon. In a genre now dominated by female writers and their tough heroines, Moon has crafted something here that stands out from the pack (pun intended, you bet!)
Fine, I'm done gushing now. But in all seriousness, this is a great read and for you e-reader types, it's cheap at twice the price.