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  • Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Jove Books (31 Oct. 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0515138312
  • ISBN-13: 978-0515138313
  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 2.5 x 17.1 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 688,720 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mary Chrapliwy VINE VOICE on 22 Aug. 2008
Format: Mass Market Paperback
This is a loosely connected set of paranormal stories. Nora Roberts "Wolf Moon" is ultimately the story that makes this anthology a keeper and it is the only reason that I gave this book 4 stars. The other stories were so-so and dull to the point of actually skipping pages just to get through the story.

"Wolf Moon" is the story of a female werewolf who caught the werewolf "virus" while on a vacation in Europe. Since then she has moved from town to town and has struggled to find a cure for her condition. She ultimately settles down and meets a vet who falls in love with her and wants to cure her.

I don't normally read werewolf fiction, but this story is so well written and the characters are so real that the story draws you right in. It's so good that you ultimately wish the story wouldn't end, like a good book.

I highly recommend this anthology, but only because of the Nora Roberts story. Perhaps borrowing from the library is the best bet for someone who wants to read before buying.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
Story of love and magic 30 Mar. 2005
By Teresa A. Smith - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Nora Roberts and friends have writen another series of stories that you are sure to love!

Nora Roberts - Wolf Moon was a wonderful story of a werewolf (lycan) and mixed up with the strength of love. I have never read a story on werewolves and had never thought I would like it. But this was a pleasure to read.

Jill Gregory - Witch Moon was a story of a journey not only over evil filled lands, but also a journey of learning about hope and faith. A wonderful fairy tale ending that one loves to believe that they lived happily ever after.

Ruth Ryan Langan - Blood on the Moon was a wonderful story based on honor, strength of the heart, wits and love.

Marianna Willman - West of the Moon is a story based on fairytales and folklore that turn out to be more than tales. What a wonderful picture Marianna can paint in one's mind to picture the beauty! Fairies, magic, love, curses and not quite sure how it was going to spin to the end...it was great!

All four stories are a must read and I am thankful I read them!!!!!!
16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
Disappointing 11 Oct. 2004
By Andrea Lynne - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I wish that I had read the reviews before I purchased this book. I bought it on the basis of the Nora Roberts story and it turned out to be the only one worth reading in the collection. I totally applaud Ms. Roberts efforts to help new authors but surely the bar should be a bit more equal? I felt ripped-off, so I'll donate the book to the library so people can read it without buying it.
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Lover of books 31 Jan. 2005
By Willow - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I have read the other review entries, and I have to disagree with some of them. I am an avid fan of Nora Roberts, and the other authors she coincides with. I have read all of their short story collections, and have loved every one of them! When I saw this book, I grabbed it off the shelf, and haven't thought twice about it. I do agree with the others that Nora's story was the best, but 'Moon Shadows' wouldn't be the same without the stories from Gregory, Ryan-Langan, and Willman. They are all great others in their own rite. I am looking forward for the next book in this short story series!
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Nora Roberts great,the others.....ok 10 Oct. 2004
By FizzySmile - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I must agree with one of the previous reviewers that if you are buying this book, know what you are getting in advance. The Nora Roberts story, Wolf Moon, is head and shoulders above the others both writing and plot twists. I really enjoy stories with a paranormal flare, and I knew Nora Roberts would deliver, I just didn't expect it to be the only really good offering.

While the three other tales are ok, they don't have the twists and turns and character development that Robert's story does. I admit I am fairly easily entertained, I don't like to work hard to understand a plot and I want the story to be an escape, but The Moon Witch and Blood on the Moon just seemed as though there was so much more that could have been done and very little angst or conflict thrown in that kept you guessing.Moon Witch was just plain boring but I will say the Blood on the Moon started out very promising, though the way the hero came about was predictable; I wasn't surprised who it was. The ending did make me tear a little so yes, I think it was better than The Moon Witch in making me care about the characters. The final offering, West of the Moon, was probably the best of the 3, as I found it had more conflict to it and better character development and the heroine was strong and intelligent throughout the entire story.

There wasn't much sensuality in the stories other than Robert's tale, so if you're looking for that, you may want to pass this over for a full length Roberts novel. This is not to say this isn't worth reading, but consider all your choices out there when buying and if its between this and something else, choose the other and get this at the library.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Magic has never been so mystical... 19 Jan. 2005
By BookWorm - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I am one of those people obsessed with magic and all things mystical so naturally when I came across this book I was extatic. Inside this book are four relatively short stories.

The first story was without doubt my favorite. A werewolf..excuse me,lycan..infected a woman in the Italian mountians between Italy and France and now the woman is trying to cure herself. First, Roberts describes her solitude in a heartbreakingly perfect way, a way in which it seems she is all alone with no one but her dog for comfort. She falls in love with a vet, how perfect, and together they try to cure her. It's a wonderful love story with just enough mystical forces to keep you wanting more.

The other stories were just as great though now I cannot remember the order. The one with the Dark Angel whose family was slayed in the begining, oh my heart. So sad yet sweepingly romantic and rugishly barbaric. The princess has such a big heart and her Dark Angel is the kind of man you want on a winters night...I loved it.

The land on Org sounds like a horrible place doesn't it...but white magic endures, as does love of course...His family was killed by the evil witch, then he was turned down by the queen...and when her beauty and life is stolen, her sister steals his heart...how cute. I love how one minute they hate each other and the next they are in love, even in that horrible place..it's great.

I didn't like the last one so much but it was kind of sweet...I won't go into it since I have more bad things than good to say...but hey, 3 out of 4 were good to me, that earns my stamp of approval.

BW~
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