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Turn of the Moon: A Royal Shifters Novel by [Dover, L.P.]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2711 KB
  • Print Length: 331 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1515398749
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Books by L.P. Dover LLC; 1 edition (23 Aug. 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B014CKGPPW
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 25 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #135,799 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I read this book following a recommendation from a friend in a book club. I wasn't at all let down by the hype. I love a good feisty female character and Bailey is definitely that! Also Ryker is a great alpha male! I felt the story flowed easily and I was hooked. So hooked I read it in one go...who needs sleep?? Lol I liked the plot twists and the revelations. Go read this book! I am eagerly awaiting the next book!
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I read that this was the authors first step into writing paranormal. Ms Dover has written many other books and series but none paranormal. If this is her first- she's found her calling!!!

What a great start to a new series!

Of course, every pnr has the same general skeleton storyline.... :
Stubborn male or female or both, refusing to give in to the obvious attraction, something causing them to come closer, and then generally a happy ending.

But with variations! And it's how the skeleton is built upon that makes the difference between a meh book and a great book.

This definitely falls into the great. Well written, great characters that are written with great description so no matter the personality- good, but, sleazy, romantic etc. Ms Dover has them down to a Tee for us.

As it's the beginning of the series we naturally begin with the top of the tree and the alpha of the pack to be the main one of the series- but that's not where we start.

Bailey is strong alpha female who has made a promise to her parents, many years ago, that has come time to make good on. She always thought it would never come to having to mate the local packs alpha male- she was sure by now in her early twenties she would have found love. But she hadn't, and Kade was not a nice man, Wolf, or anything.

She did what she had to.... And fled for her life, leaving her family and her only true friend, Sebastian behind.

Fleeing from Canada to the USA she didn't stop, knowing there would be a price on her head if she was caught...

Finally stopping in Wyoming, she risked a quick bathe in a lake... Only to sense another Wolf... Closing in and quick.
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I haven't read many shifter novels, until recently I didn't have much interest. But I'm so glad I signed up too an author and received a free copy to try. The magic and the alpha stuff is really something special. I look forward to my shifter reading. And definitely more of L.P.Dover works.
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Turn of the Moon, A Royal Shifters novel,  L.P. Dover
Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews
Genre: New Adult,  romance,
I’ve read a couple of LP Dover’s books before, one I loved, the other not so much so I wasn’t sure what to expect here. I loved paranormal reads though and shifters always appeal to me.
I liked Bailey, liked that she was strong, stood up for herself, and wasn’t one of those helpless simpering heroines. I want my leads to be able to take care of themselves, though that’s not to say they have to be butch and unfeminine or don’t need help. Bailey fits that criteria really well. She’s stood up to her pack and made clear she won’t be a doormat, and yet they still want to give her to Kade, Alpha of the Yukon pack, and a cruel, sadistic character. She flees, fearing for her life and that's how she meets Ryker and his pack. She’s amazed at how different they are to her old pack, how they have choices, live normal lives and aren’t forced to do things they don’t want. She’s worried though, even though she can feel the pull to Ryker, that he’s her true mate, she thinks she’ll bring danger to his pack and is unsure about staying. He tells her its fine, they can deal with Kade and his pack, and reveals things about them and her old pack that she didn’t know.
I liked Ryker too – how hard he’d worked to create his new pack, to get where he is now from nothing, and how loyal to him his pack were. There’s some solid fights, bloody damage and deaths before the story ends. As well as the shifters there is magic and witchcraft involved. Its a fun read but for me everything fell into place a bit too neatly, too slickly, and was a little too light for a top star rating.
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As many of you who read my blog will know, I've been shying away from paranormal stories recently. They've slowly been losing my interest and for that reason I was hesitant to request and read this book. However, over the last year LP has become one of my favourites and since she's promised sexy alpha males again in Turn of the Moon I couldn't resist. I had to at least give it a chance, and I'm glad I did.

Turn of the Moon drew me straight into the story. It was fast-paced right from the start and the characters were clearly defined. Kade is instantly the bad guy and one you hate, while Bailey's stubbornness and strong will comes across. She was a character I liked and sympathised with.

When Ryker came into the picture things became even more interesting. Like LP promised he was hot and had a commanding presence. However, it was also easy to feel the connection he had with Bailey. I thought the complimented each other well and they had me rooting for them.

As for the paranormal element, I thought it was well done. LP kept things simple and I think it was subtly done. It was a constant presence in the book, but never did it feel over the top or too far-fetched. The shifter aspect is probably one of the closer to human lifestyles and I think for that reason I enjoyed it more.

My only slightly complaint was it was too short. It did skip a lot of time periods regularly and there were a few scenes I would have like to read about. One of those is towards the end with Ryker and Kade. I understand why the author didn't include it initially, but I would have liked to experience Ryker's feelings in that final moment.

Overall though another great read by this author. I'm still not fully invested in other paranormal books, but I'll definitely be continuing this series.
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