Monday, May 24, 2010

Stephanie Julian, Edge Of Moonlight

Title: Edge of Moonlight

Author: Stephanie Julian

Rating: Three And A Half Siren Stones

Genre: Paranormal Romance

Keywords: Shape Shifter

ISBN E-Book:9781419927911

Publisher: Ellora's Cave

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Reviewer: Jeanne


Book three in the Lucani Lovers series


Etruscan wolf shifter Kaine Giliati has longed for John Simmons since he willingly agreed to wipe all memory of her from his mind. The pain in her heart is only magnified by terror—the ability to call her wolf appears to have deserted her, as well.

For months after he and his sister escaped a crazed kidnapper, John has been dreaming about a beautiful woman he’s never met but who seems so familiar. A woman he’s shocked to find in a dark bar one night. A woman who agrees to come back to his apartment for raw, passionate sex.

One erotic, stolen night reopens old wounds, uncovers buried memories and sets Kaine and John on a path filled with danger, magic and potential heartbreak.


Stephanie Julian has created a distinctive story of love – lose –and love-found. With a cast of characters that were unique and breathtakingly realistic, she has managed to weave a world of mystery that exists alongside that of our own.

This was book three in the Lucani Lovers Series and though the story was complete, it was not what one would call stand alone. Without the benefit of the prior books in the series, the reader is left at time in a state of complete confusion while trying to play catch-up on events from previous stories.

This story was well written and the author has a distinctive voice that allows the reader to absorb the events and characters with complete acceptance and believability. It does however seem to be a bit drawn out in some sections, but fails to pay the same attention to areas in which the reader wishes to explore more thoroughly.

All and all, I found this to be an enjoyable read that I do not regret reading but doubt to revisit.

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