Moonglow: Number 2 in series (Darkest London) Mass Market Paperback – 23 Aug 2012
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"A fantastic debut that has everything I'm looking for in a story: compelling conflict, beautiful writing, gripping sexual tension, and strong, intelligent characters."--Sherry Thomas, RITA Award-winning author of His At Night on Firelight
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"A dark, delicious tale of secrets, murder, and love, beautifully shrouded in the shadows of Victorian London."--Hannah Howell, "New York Times" bestselling author of If He's Dangerous on Firelight
"Evocative and deeply romantic, Firelight was fascinating from the very first page."--Nalini Singh, New York Times bestselling author
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"A sexy, resplendent debut with a deliciously tortured hero, an inventive supernatural mystery, and slow-building heat that simmers on each page. I can't wait to see what Kristen Callihan comes up with next!"--Meljean Brook, "New York Times" bestselling author of The Iron Duke on Firelight
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"Passionate and romantic, beautifully written and dark."--Elizabeth Amber, author of "Bastian: The Lords of Satyr"
"Utterly phenomenal! Sword fights, magic, a heroine with secret strengths, a hero with hidden vulnerability, and best of all, a true love that's hot enough to burn the pages."--Courtney Milan, "New York Times" bestselling author of Unraveled on Firelight
"A Perfect 10 is rare for a debut author, probably more rare for the second novel, but MOONGLOW more than deserves the accolade."--RomanceReviewsToday.com
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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""
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"This richly textured tale of 19th-century London interweaves intricately imagined and historically accurate scenes with red-hot sensual interludes...a deeply compelling and imaginative story." ""Publishers Weekly," starred review""
Book 2 in Kristen Callihan's genre bending Darkest London paranormal romance series.See all Product Description
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After the death of her husband Daisy is finally free of his control and looking forward to making a life for herself. She may be the subject of gossip amongst London society but she is determined to do what she wants and find some happiness. Ian is a werewolf who has lived away from his pack for a long time, he didn't want the responsibility of becoming alpha after the death of his father and chose to leave and let his brother take control. When Daisy witnesses a horrific werewolf attack Ian saves her life but he realises that she is still in danger and will need his protection. The pack should deal with the rogue werewolf but since they refuse to take action it is up to Ian to try and stop them before more innocent people are hurt.
I really enjoyed the banter between Ian and Daisy, they had great chemistry but it was the way they bickered and sparked off of each other that really had me hooked. I wasn't sure if I would like Ian much since all we'd seen of him before was him trying to split up Miranda and Archer but it didn't take me long to fall under his spell. As you find out more about his past and the loss of those he loved it is easy to see how he ended up feeling bitter towards Archer as he found happiness. It was good to see him come to terms with his past but also start to face the future and learn to love again.Read more ›
I am loving this series so far. I read Firelight fairly recently and was immediately absorbed into the world Kristen Callihan builds. There's basically a supernatural underground in London, filled with all kinds of creatures. I love that you're not thrown head first into this world, but it's built up slowly with details fed into the story as necessary. This was was a great sequel and I'd so been looking forward to Daisy's story. I was particularly thrilled to see Ian Ranulf reappear in this book as the hero!
Daisy had a horrible marriage to a much older man who abused and belittled her at every opportunity. Now she's a widower and free to enjoy her life as she sees fit...unfortunately a werewolf interrupts her first foray into fun by brutally slaughtering the man she was with. Daisy also becomes something of a target for the werewolf, and needs protection- and that's where Ian comes in. Daisy's such an easy character to like. She is a strong-willed and determined woman, with vulnerabilities she hides beneath a carefree demeanour.
Ian is a werewolf, but he takes great pains to control his were urges. Ian may have come across as kind of an ass in the previous book but he more than redeems himself in this one. He's had a pretty traumatic past, and my heart hurt for him on numerous occasions. I loved how determined Ian was to protect Daisy from the werewolf hunting her and the other werewolves in London who are not quite as friendly as him, shall we say.
Ian and Daisy had a fantastic chemistry and I loved them together. At first they're wary of each other, and Daisy is especially wary since Ian tried to seduce Miranda (her sister) many times in the previous book.Read more ›
Lord Ian Ranulf, the Marquis of Northrup, has spent several lifetimes hiding his Lycan nature from society. He is nearby when the screaming begins. The mad werewolf is gone by the time Ian gets to the scene of attack. He is shocked to find a survivor among the bloody carnage. To keep Daisy from revealing what had attacked her, Ian has Daisy taken to his home for care. (He used to be a doctor.) He soon learns that all the women that the beast has attacked had one thing in common; they each wore a perfume called "Daisy". Ian pledges to protect Daisy until the threat is neutralized. It is the duty of Clan Ranulf's to protect society from threat of their kind, yet the clan has done nothing. Ian is in self-chosen exile from the clan. His brother, Conall, currently sits upon the Lycan throne. Even so, the duty has fallen upon Ian to protect London from the insane werewolf. That means keeping Daisy close. There are joined in their quest to unmask the villain by Daisy's sister, Lady Miranda Archer, who can manipulate fire, and her husband, Lord Benjamin Archer, who is Lycan. Daisy seems to be the only one in the group without some sort of supernatural ability. It is also up to Daisy to keep the peace, because there are hard feelings between Ian, Benjamin, and Miranda.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Entertaining, great world building, good plot with both action and mystery.
What's not to like? Certainly worth both the money and the time.
I really enjoy this series, this is the second book, Daisy, the middle sisters story. She and Ian get together in this book have quite an adventure but I love it cause we learn... Read morePublished on 17 Feb. 2014 by S. Lacey
I loved the first one Firelight and that made me go straight out and buy this one the same day i finished the first. Read morePublished on 14 Feb. 2014 by Gotpaintinmyhair
The storyline is very well drawn and has you empathizing with the characters throughout the book. Will definitely put it in my favourites and enjoy reading it again.Published on 4 Feb. 2014 by Jangler
I enjoyed reading this book. It was one of those that I read through the night. I could not put down.Published on 27 Nov. 2012 by Amazon Customer
I am now completly into this series, this is my favortite one so far. I don't want to explain the plot as it will ruin it. Read morePublished on 21 Sept. 2012 by C
Firelight is up there as one of my favourite books of 2012 and its sequel Moonglow wont be too far behind. Read morePublished on 15 Sept. 2012 by Lesley (My Keeper Shelf)