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The thrilling first novel in Amazon's #1 bestselling supernatural mystery series. For fans of Sookie Stackhouse, Harry Dresden and Anita Blake, Moon Dance heralds the arrival of America's favorite new vampire detective. Six years ago federal agent Samantha Moon was the perfect wife and mother, your typical soccer mom with the minivan and suburban home. Then the unthinkable happens, an attack that changes her life forever. And forever is a very long time for a vampire. Now working the night shift as a private investigator, Samantha is hired by Kingsley Fulcrum to investigate the murder attempt on his life, a horrific scene captured on TV and seen around the country. But as the case unfolds, Samantha discovers Kingsley isn't exactly what he appears to be; after all, there is a reason why he survived five shots to the head.
New York Times bestselling author Angela Knight returns to the Mageverse for a scorching tale of a lovely werewolf who must choose between two different suitors--no matter the cost... In the midst of her Burning Moon and desperate to escape the brutal werewolf chosen by her father to be her mate, lovely werewolf Elena Livingston goes to cop and werewolf Lucas Rollings, hoping to convince him to become her mate instead. But to have Elena, Lucas will have to duel—to the death—with Elena’s jealous suitor first.
Do you really feel the same way everyday? Do you think you are intended to? Women are tied to the moon not only biologically (through their monthly menses), but also on deep inner planes. The moon moves from sign to sign every month, and takes all women along for a virtual journey that's experienced through vivid mood changes. Each sign is endowed with character and represents one of the twelve Divine archetypes. These come to life as the moon awakens them in due succession during the course of her recurrent monthly passages. Recognizing how these themes embedded into time move you will deepen your understanding of who you are. And since the moon's cycles can be plotted, you gain a powerful strategy for wisely utilizing your place(s) in time. Moon Dance is designed for those with astrological knowledge, as well as those ready to learn to respond to the rhythms of time as naturally felt and experienced on the inside.
That day, that dreadful day began it all... It began like any other, just another carefree, lazy, May afternoon... Then without warning, as we rounded the corner, my heart commenced beating rapidly and just like that, I knew... I just knew something terrible had come to pass. Maggie didn't notice being poor; her family managed to scrape by, even during the Depression. Times were hard for everyone she knew, but as long as she had her family, she felt contented. After a devastating accident, Maggie's world is shattered. A Second Chance 'Sometimes we just don't understand why such things come to pass, but I don't think God plans on bad things happenin' to us. I believe he helps us through our troubles, and helps us realize that even in hard times, there's been some good things happen this past year.' I fixed my eyes on him and whispered softly, 'You're my good thing, Joe.' While Maggie longs to find the love and trust she desires, Joe strolls into her heart. After the heartaches she's endured, can Maggie believe there is happiness in store for her? Should she trust Joe, or will he abandon her as well? Moon Dance, by Susan K. Earl, is a captivating family saga portraying the heart and soul of hard-working small-town Texans during the Great Depression, bringing to life highly flavored, 'deep in the heart of Texas' characters readers will love-or love to hate. Let Moon Dance transport you to a simpler place in time; experience a tale that transcends generations and offers an outspoken story of faith, hope, love, and forgiveness.
A strange, nameless man grows up on a farm, which looks like any other farm in the gently rolling land of Eastern Pennsylvania, and is run by monks who called themselves Brothers. He is forced by the Brothers to do hard work. However, he's inhumanly strong and he move and run much faster than any of the Brothers, as well, he can jump incredibly well. One day, the Abbot who is the head of the Brothers gives him some instructions and a little money. The man is then sent on a journey which leads him to Brazil There he takes a river boat up the Amazon to the city of Manaus where he obtains supplies, and continues by canoe, up the river. One horrible night, he becomes sick and spits his teeth out, one by one. However, over the next month, he grows new, meat tearing teeth as he also grows even stronger, along with fur all over his face. These changes force him to continue his trip at night. As per the directions the Abbot gave him, he paddles up the Amazon until he finds a waterfall. There he climbs the waterfall cliff until he meets an individual who looks like him. The meeting triggers memories and the man suddenly realizes that he's Vekor, the King of the Voren. The Voren are a wolf like group of people living in a hidden part of the Amazon basin. The Voren don't believe that the newcomer is actually Vekor and he must fight the strongest of the Voren warriors in a death match. Vekor wins and becomes the King of the Voren. Vekor finds himself also mated with Avera. From Avera, he learns that he must prove that he's truly Vekor. In order to do this he must engage in a series of tests, which if he fails any of them, will result in his death. If he passes the testing, he'll then lead the Voren back through the Gate of Exile and away from their jungle home of more than a thousand years. Unfortunately, Vekor has no idea where to find the gate of exile. As he passes each test, the objects that he takes give him information about who he really is and what he must do. As he lives among the Voren, Vekor participates in the hunts that the males conduct to feed the village and also in the Moon Dances that are a vital ceremonial part of the Voren life. He is better than any of the males at the warrior tasks and also better than any of the males at the ritual Moon Dances. He learns that a group of people called Avarra exiled the Voren, many years before, and he must lead the Voren back to face the Avarra, who are a tall, handsome, nearly hairless people with a hidden secret that only the Avarra Science Alklar and Vekor know. The Voren have a temple in the jungle and the temple contains a time line. The time line ends after the next Moon Dance and the Voren must follow Vekor back through the Gate of Exile, their religion demands it. Vekor must lead the Voren warriors against the science of the Avarra and then he and his wolf men will breed with the Avarra!
When a young woman is kidnapped, the citizens of Moon Dance blame the outlaws and Indians of Breedtown and decide to take the law into their own hands
Envy`s life was great. Great brother, great boyfriend, and the best job a girl could ask for... tending bar at the most popular clubs in the city. At least it was great until she got a call from one of her best friends about her boyfriend doing the vertical limbo on the dance floor at Moon Dance. Her decision to confront him begins a chain of events that will introduce her to a dangerous paranormal world hidden beneath the everyday humdrum. A world where people can transform into jaguars, real life vampires roam the streets, and fallen angels walk among us. Devon is a werejaguar, a little rough around the edges and one of the joint owners of Moon Dance. His world is tilted on its axis when he spies an alluring vixen with red hair dancing in his club, armed with a cynical heart and a taser. With a vampire war raging around them, Devon vows to make this woman his... and will fight like hell to have her. Publisher: TEKTIME
“Fight for us or get shot!” It wasn’t a threat Bally Buck made to West Cawinne but a grim prophecy. Two six-gun experts couldn’t graze the same range—not when one was Robideau, a half-breed specialist in treachery, and the other was Cawinne, the most ruthless lawman in the Southwest. But Cawinne was tired of fighting, tired of his bloody reputation. He had a ranch and a girl and he wanted peace. Yet if he turned his back on the trouble in Moon Dance, he’d get a bullet in it. So he tied down his holsters and tramped down the dusty street to meet a vicious outlaw who’d never been beaten on the draw. A whole town held its breath. And a whole town’s life hung on the bullet-spattered outcome!
Susan King brings an array of emotions to her verse chronicles of Great Cranberry Island, "this beautiful complicated place." She pays homage to beloved neighbors and friends, their foibles and felicities, while limning the island's flora and fauna, from asters and rosa rugosa to June bugs and painted ladies. And then there's the buoy bell, "tolling all moments holy." Altogether a remarkable collection. With great heart, Susan invites the reader to her "truest home." The poems in this beautiful collection build a world where we stop to observe a crane fly, bend to a black iris, find comfort on a front porch, listen to the eulogy of an "islander." The island is a place of beauty and griefs where weather is "the great leveler." Moon Dance stands as an historical slice of time, not only describing a beloved Maine island and individual lives, but our imperiled earth itself. When we ask how we are to find hope in such darkness, Susan writes of that wild flower, the swamp candle: "See what the ditch lifts up . . ." This book asks us to pay attention, live fully, and act. Reading it would be a good start.