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  • Mass Market Paperback: 352 pages
  • Publisher: ibooks (Sept. 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1416542280
  • ISBN-13: 978-1416542285
  • Product Dimensions: 10.6 x 2.8 x 17.1 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,342,131 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Katia WolfSwan on 8 April 2009
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This series has the potential to be a good paranormal romance series. However this book is a let down. Mainly because the heroine is intensely unlikeable and you just tend to feel that the hero deserved better. Kit March is a female lycan hunter and yes, we know that kick butt females tend to have an attitude. I can deal with that. What I can't handle is someone who was pig headed and refused to learn. Honestly, she hates lycans but ends up sleeping with someone who she believes is 'a monster', she's ignorant and IMO treated him badly. When someone has great sex and then can't wait to get out from underneath him...that isn't romantic to read. I want to see character growth throughout the book, not just a sudden revelation in the last two chapters.

The first book in this series is much better and she has some great characters but I only gave this two stars because I think the premise is interesting. Here we have lycans who butcher humans with the exception of one very old lycan who is desperate to redeem himself and find a cure. EFLA is underground movement who believe they are keeping humanity safe by hunting the werewolves however, the powers that be actually have ulterior motives. I will still read the next book as I'm interested to find out what will happen to Sebastian and Darius.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
And What A Kiss It Is! 2 Oct. 2008
By BrooklynGirl - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase
I read the first book by Ms. Kohler called Marked by Moonlight and could not get into it until toward the middle of the book. It took her a while to get the story going for me and I was not all that sympathetic to the male hero Gideon but I loved Claire. This book however suffers no such slow start. Kit March is introduced in MBM as Gideon's sister and in that book she seemed more of an annoyance to him. So much so that at times even he did not seem to want to take time for her. In this book, however, the story is solidly hers and Ms. Kohler has done a much better job of developing the story early on so that you understand Kit and get a pretty quick sense of what drives her and why she seems so solitary. However Kit has desires, and wishes and dreams of a normal future; of home, a man to love and children. Well, Ms. Kohler has wrapped up Kit's wishes in a big old christmas bow and calls it Rafe Santiago.

Rafe is originally sent to kill Kit because she is a rogue Lycan hunter and a female. Both of which are not tolerated by the two organizations that sanction the killings of Lycans. But from their first encounter you can see that Kit touches something in Rafe and it may not be so easy for him to eliminate her.

Now I won't reveal the plot twist but suffice it to say that the twist just makes the story jucier, the attraction more potent and by mid way through you are rooting for them both to find their way to each other and survive at all costs even when Rafe is forced to do something which may turn Kit's hatred on him full bore. The intimate scenes are hot, and there are enough of them to totally support the plot and the intensity of the characters. The Lycans who are on the hunt come across as sufficiently terrifying (if a bit too stupid). The one character who makes an appearance from the first book is a centuries old Lycan named Darius and I cannot wait for Ms. Kohler to put her mark on his story in a future book. I also very much appreciate the fact the this IS Kit's book and she has left Gideon and Claire out of the way (on vacation) and given the full stage to Kit, Rafe and the rest of the evil dead crew.

With this book Ms. Kohler has become an automatic buy for me and I look forward to her next effort and hope she can sustain the quality, sensuality and pace in her future work.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Impossibly sexy, impossible to put down 12 Oct. 2008
By Alyssa Goodnight - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Kit March has made revenge her mission in life. After her parents were killed by lycans, she and her brother turned hunters of the bloodthirsty species. But being female, Kit's chosen lifestyle is prohibited by NODEAL (National Organization for Defense against Evolving and Ancient Lycanthropes), despite the willingness of the agency's local authority to look the other way. She's a rogue hunter, taking on the dangerous beasts night after night, all on her own. But with NODEAL being subsumed into EFLA (European Federation of Lycan Agents) and policies now being strictly enforced, Kit soon finds herself among the hunted. But not for the reason she thinks.
EFLA has sent its best agent, Rafe Santiago, unaware that he too is a rogue and an unknown quantity. With her identity released to the city's lycan population, Kit has little choice but to trust him or wind up dead. But how can she reconcile herself to her frenzied attraction to a man who's been sent to kill her? And how can she accept what he's come to tell her--about herself and her future?
Kiss of a Dark Moon is a thrill a minute, and the tension swings like a pendulum between horrific danger and urgent sex. A seemingly impossible romance, this dark, sexy paranormal is a must-read.
9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Pathetic, juvenile heroine ruins it 8 Mar. 2009
By N.W. Reader - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Kit should be the secondary character who is the foil for the heroine. She is so judgmental, immature, closed minded and self-righteous I can't stand her. Truly couldn't finish reading the book because I disliked her so much. I am so tired of author's who seem to feel that a woman has to be a complete bi*** to be strong.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Awful heroine... 8 April 2009
By Katia WolfSwan - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I think the premise in this series has some potential but it definately needs more development. I thought the last book was a 3 star review however, I struggled to get through this book because the heroine was so unlikeable. She was pig headed and ignorant. IMO the hero deserved better. I don't want to read about a woman who has intense sex and then spoils it by shunning her partner and throwing spiteful words at him as soon as he leaves her body. That's not romantic and it left a bitter after taste. Of course, she realises what an idiot she's been but this came a little too late for me. How disappointing.
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
OH PLEASE!!!!!!! 19 Oct. 2008
By Cooper - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
OOOOh please! This book is not 5 stars material. If I could, I would give this book a ZERO!! It was bad. It was a waste of money. The story line went way to fast, and the characters were sooooo unbelievable. One word to describe this book was "stupid." F.Y.I. I am an avid fan of this genre; my favorites are J.R. Ward and Kresley Cole. Don't waste your money buying this book, or borrowing it from the library. My advice, if you haven't read Ward or Cole, read their books, they are 100% more interesting. What a waste of my time.
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