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MOON SWORN
by Keri Arthur

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

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The final chapter in the high-stakes adventure that has been half-werewolf/half-vampire Riley Jenson’s life comes to an explosive conclusion. This series has truly been a journey for Riley as she’s gained both self-knowledge and new skills. Relationships and their ramifications have always been key to Riley’s story as she has learned to deal with her dual nature. Huge kudos to Arthur for giving readers an impressive series they won’t soon forget!

Still reeling from the death of her Guardian partner Kade, and having been forced to kill her wolf soul mate Kye, Riley is at a crossroads. Sick at heart, Riley is no longer is she sure she can fulfill her Guardian duties for the directorate. Standing in support are Riley’s vampire lover Quinn and her brother Rhoan. A strange series of ritualistic murders gets Riley back on the job, but an old enemy is ready to strike. This diabolical enemy plans to strip Riley of everything she holds dear — including her identity. (DELL, Jun., 432 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: DELL

Published: June 2010

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Awsome Series

Submitted by mofo8727 on June 16, 2010 - 6:46am.

From vampires to shapeshifters, Arthur provides her readers with a veriaty of different paranormal creatures that are sure to catch the attention of any reader,and with one of the best love story that i have read. you'll want to read it over and over again.