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Nightwolves Siren's Song
by Clarrissa L Moon   

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Category: 

Fantasy

Publisher:  World Castle Publishing ISBN-10:  1937085120 Type: 
Pages: 

278

Copyright:  jan 11, 2011 ISBN-13:  9781937085124
Fiction

The third Volume of Memoirs of The Nightwolves Series

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The Chess game of life is on between The Nightwolves and General Robertson's Dark Coven. Challenge has been issued and accepted between the two. Both now move their pieces into place that will lead to a either end game or a stand off. While the moves are crossing the board, Cat's children find their own games to play that could turn deadly for them all.


Excerpt

“You’re thinking about it again.”
“How the hell do you all know our entire sex life?”
She just shook her head and laughed.
“It’s not fair. I don’t know shit about what goes on with you and yours.”
She said with a touch of rebuke in her tone, “You’ve been too busy to look around.”
“Well gee, sis, let’s see how many things I have to keep track of now.”
She held up her hand. “Stop. I know how much you have to deal with and more mates on top of that, but I will be taking General Pierce's Brigadier General across the portal tomorrow and you haven’t even asked what kind of plans I have in store for him.”
I threw another knife into the board. “Why should I worry about that? You know what you’re doing in that regard better than I do. I don’t know shit about Brigadier Generals or what makes them tick. You’ll have a better chance of feeling him out and knowing how to get him to do what we need. I’ll just piss him off, if it were me talking to him.”
She growled, “You aren’t really here are you?”
“No, not really.” I threw another knife.



Professional Reviews

wildaboutbones says:
This third novel in the Nightwolves series has the dark arts practitioners and their minions stepping up their efforts to capture Cat and put more of their forces in place preparing for the shift of 2012 when the portals will open to let the Greater Magickal Races back onto Earth. In addition to the dark arts practitioners and Dark Adepts, Cat and the Nightwolves encounter two of the Seven Lords of The Grand Coven (more high level bad guys), a new pack of werewolves, a Bokor masquerading as a Vaudoun Mambo (voodoo priestess) and an Elven Duke to name a few on their "save the world quest".

This installment starts with Cat in an unusually good mood that has her family questioning her fitness for duty, wondering if she's losing her edge. But she thinks, "With six handsome mates, what woman wouldn’t be smiling most of the time?"

This time the dark arts practitioners have gone after her kids and that is so NOT the thing to do, very bad move. To make matters worse, her "Mommie Dearest" (her earthly plane biological parent) decides she needs to make a few visits causing all kinds of mayhem. And then to top it all off, Cat is hit with a really nasty voodoo curse. She's having a really rough few days. But she's been able to create an alliance and has good prospects for another, both of which will tweak the General who's after her. She continues to throw monkey wrenches into his efforts.

This action packed novel is a quick read. It is also the least sexy of these first three in the series. With very little time for more than the action, romance and sex have had to take a back seat. So this story reads more like an urban fantasy than paranormal romance, especially with there being no finale yet, just the continuing story. Still, I do think fans of paranormal, fantasy and urban fantasy genres will like this book as well as the series. The characters are vibrant and the worlds Moon has created are imaginative. This is a good read.


Bitten by Paranormal Romance says:
This third novel in the Nightwolves series has the dark arts practitioners and their minions stepping up their efforts to capture Cat and put more of their forces in place preparing for the shift of 2012 when the portals will open to let the Greater Magickal Races back onto Earth. In addition to the dark arts practitioners and Dark Adepts, Cat and the Nightwolves encounter two of the Seven Lords of The Grand Coven (more high level bad guys), a new pack of werewolves, a Bokor masquerading as a Vaudoun Mambo (voodoo priestess) and an Elven Duke to name a few on their "save the world quest".

This installment starts with Cat in an unusually good mood that has her family questioning her fitness for duty, wondering if she's losing her edge. But she thinks, "With six handsome mates, what woman wouldn’t be smiling most of the time?"

This time the dark arts practitioners have gone after her kids and that is so NOT the thing to do, very bad move. To make matters worse, her "Mommie Dearest" (her earthly plane biological parent) decides she needs to make a few visits causing all kinds of mayhem. And then to top it all off, Cat is hit with a really nasty voodoo curse. She's having a really rough few days. But she's been able to create an alliance and has good prospects for another, both of which will tweak the General who's after her. She continues to throw monkey wrenches into his efforts.

This action packed novel is a quick read. It is also the least sexy of these first three in the series. With very little time for more than the action, romance and sex have had to take a back seat. So this story reads more like an urban fantasy than paranormal romance, especially with there being no finale yet, just the continuing story. Still, I do think fans of paranormal, fantasy and urban fantasy genres will like this book as well as the series. The characters are vibrant and the worlds Moon has created are imaginative. This is a good read


Mark Stone says:
Mark Stone rated it

Nightwolves Siren’s song: #3 in the series by Clarrissa Lee Moon. Cat’s back and she’s has a target on her back the size of Montana. Once again, we are treated to the type of action that punches you straight in the face and makes you want more and more, etc, etc. It’s raw, it’s uncompromising. But, like I didn’t mention above, it is FUN! I had a blast with this author, entering her strange world of pre-apocalypse events and sexy action. Unlike so many other books I’ve read, I really, really want to read more from this author. Keep ‘em coming, Ms. Moon!


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