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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview hamdeland Blue Moon by Lori Handeland. Miniwa, Wisconsin is under siege, but not by the usual summer tourists. The area’s normally handelane wolf population has begun stalking human prey, and their victims have been disappearing Something is happening in the woods.

Something brutal and primitive Officer Jessie McQuade has seen plenty in her years on the force—but nothing as intriguing as the gorgeous, n Miniwa, Wisconsin is under siege, but not by the usual summer tourists. Officer Jessie McQuade has seen plenty in her years on the force—but nothing as intriguing as the gorgeous, naked man she encounters while tracking a rogue wolf. Professor Will Cadotte is a Native American activist. He’s also the only man capable of distracting Jessie from her work.

And for a cop, distraction—no matter how pleasurable—can be deadly. It’s against Jessie’s better judgment to accept Will’s help in her investigation, yet she soon finds herself doing exactly that—and more.

Blue Moon by Lori Handeland

Will’s dark, penetrating eyes see into a part handelad Jessie’s soul she never knew existed. Now, as a town’s deepest secrets come to light, no one is safe: And as Jessie follows a bloody trail to the shocking truth, she’ll have to decide who she can trust when the moon is full Paperbackpages.

Published June 27th by St. Handeladn Paperbacks first published October 5th Jessica McQuadeWill Cadotte. Miniwa, Wisconsin United States. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Blue Moonplease sign up.

Is this a series that should be read from beginning to end to make sense, or can the books be read as stand-alones? MaryCT I recommend reading the loori in order. The story does progress from book to book, and makes more sense if you start at the beginning.

Blue Moon (Night Creature, book 1) by Lori Handeland

See 1 question about Blue Moon…. Lists with This Book. Mar 31, Carrie rated it liked it Recommends it for: While I was reading this book I couldn’t decide if I liked it or not. Now that I’m done reading this book, I still can’t figure it out.

This book is a tangled up combination of fantasy and romance. It’s also a tangle of original ideas and well-aged cliches. If you don’t figure out who the real bad guy is before the heroine – you probably also get surprised by the endings of Dr. Incidentally, I never found the Cat in the Hat to be a subversive so much loro I found him to be a huge jerk While I was reading this book I couldn’t decide if I liked it or not. Incidentally, I never found the Cat in the Hat to be a subversive so much as I found him to be a huge jerk.

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So somewhere between the werewolves and again, I hope you get there before the heroine or The story moves at a good pace, the basic elements are pretty interesting. Werewolves are stalking a small town, and the only one who knows is cop named Jessie McQuade who doesn’t believe in them. Also the werewolves were created by Nazis. The werewolves were created by Nazi scientists so that Hitler could have his own Nazi werewolf army.

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When a hunter who seems to remember that story first hand shows up to help hunt down the wolves which are supposedly carrying a dangerous new type of rabies virusJessie is forced to admit that something strange is going on, and the stranger is the only one she can trust.

Meanwhile, she has lots of sex with the in touch with the earth, not at all cliche, walking naked through the forest Native American professor who has information on the werewolves that makes Jessie suspicious he might have a little firsthand knowledge of his own. He’s really pretty irrelevant to the story. The information he provides could have been provided several other ways and honestly? The sex was pointless. I know this was billed as a paranormal romance, so I guess the sex was inevitable, but it really wasn’t necessary or helpful to the plot.

Also not really instructive to the plot were the constant references to Jessie’s chest, which was apparently large and inconvenient right up until her naked new friend taught her to appreciate them.

Seriously, like, every chapter “blah blah werewolves blah blah my chest is too big blah blah”. The copy I had included a preview from the next book which In the end, however, Blue Moon kept me interested and entertained, so I’ll probably keep an eye out for the sequels at the library. I’d love to see Handeland attempt a fantasy book that wasn’t billed first and foremost as a romance. I enjoy well-written romance books, but in this case, the romance was the weak link and was a distraction to the readers and the characters.

In fact, this is the first series I read which I can qualify as adult PNR and I liked it extremely despite of unimpressive front cover. Recently I brought the entire series and I plan to finish it as soon as I can. I’ve already read 4 of them but since I’m reading it, I’m starting from start. Strong kick-ass heroine not trash talk wise like in YA but actually qualified inspector Hot sexy love interest Werewolves finally a series which classifies them as villains instead of hot meat heroes Werewolves Hunters Enough said!

View all 4 comments. Dec 22, Dara rated it did not like it Shelves: On one hand, it’s got evil Nazi werewolves running around in the woods of Wisconsin, looking to create a super-werewolf god. On the other hand, it’s not a very good book at all. The romancy parts were intrusive, like they’d be figuring things out, or in peril, and then they’d stop everything to sex each other up.

Like, they were just so HOT, not even evil Nazi werewolves can make them keep their hands off each other! Mar 09, Bethany rated it really liked it. I found this book for a dollar at a used book store and decided that it looked like it was worth a try.

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I’m not usually into the Native American romance genre, but I do like a good paranormal romance so the werewolf angle of the Nightcreatures series had me at least mildly interested in the series. The first one-third to one-half of the book was a little on the slow side. The narrator, Jessie McQuade is an easily relatable female police officer in a small town who has a lot of interaction with th I lpri this book for a dollar at a used book store and decided that it looked like it was worth a try.

The narrator, Jessie McQuade is an easily relatable female police officer in a small town who has a lot of interaction with the colorful characters of said town.

All of the characters are pretty well rounded, which makes up for the lack of action. When the action picks up, boy does it. Handelamd find yourself questioning the intentions of virtually every character Jessie comes in contact with, including the man she’s taken into her bed. The author does a great job of changing your mind every other page about who is a bad guy and who is a good guy. And at least for me, the ending came as a pleasant surprise. The mythology of the book is interesting, taking the llori angle in a new and welcome direction.

It isn’t the best book that I’ve ever read, but I enjoyed it enough to start looking for the other books in the series. May 12, Nytetyger rated it liked it Shelves: Another urban fantasy wherein a tough, no nonsense cop falls into the paranormal universe that exists all around her. From this book I learned a few things: I’m enjoying this series as popcorn Mar 18, Renee rated it it was amazing. I love legends and mythology. So when fellow WI author Lori Handeland put it all together in one gorgeous blue package, I didn’t even need a shiny bow She is a hard-headed cop who is totally a see-it-to-believe-it, who specializes in sarcasm.

When she gets a call to a ordinary-seeming car-hits-wolf-on-highway call, she has NO idea what she’s in for. A shocky driver who though I love paranormal. A shocky driver who thought the wolf was dead, went to check it out – and got bit.

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She tracks it – and finds a naked guy instead. Soon she’s up to her eyeballs in psycho werewolves, disappearing bodies, gun-toting “good ol’ boy” vigilantes, and a really weird German werewolf-hunter.

Everyone’s after a wolf totem she found and will stop at nothing to get it – and use it to blu the “wolf god” and take over the world. The one guy who might help her is Native American activist Will Cadotte. He knows more than he’s letting on, and she’s not sure she can trust him. He’s a distraction she can’t afford.