Die Mondjägerin: Roman by Keri Arthur

Die Mondjägerin: Roman

byKeri Arthur, Wolfgang Thon

Kobo ebook | June 23, 2010 | German

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Von sexy Vampiren und heißen Werwölfen!

Riley Jenson sucht noch ihren Platz im Leben. Das ist nicht leicht, denn in ihren Adern fließt das Blut der Werwölfe, und jedes Mal bei Vollmond muss sie gegen die Mondhitze ankämpfen, um nicht die Kontrolle über ihren Körper zu verlieren. Sollte das passieren, würde ihr ungezügeltes Verlangen alles andere verdrängen. Und das darf diesmal auf keinen Fall geschehen – sonst ist das Leben ihres Bruders keinen Cent mehr wert!

Eine wahrhaft ungewöhnliche Heldin, mit einem ganz besonderen Fluch!

Title:Die Mondjägerin: RomanFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:June 23, 2010Publisher:Blanvalet Taschenbuch VerlagLanguage:German

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3641042100

ISBN - 13:9783641042103

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Riley Jenson First book in the series and it was a great start.
Date published: 2017-01-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from "Full Moon Rising" by Keri Arthur. Book 1 in the Riley Jenson Guardian series. I really enjoyed reading this first book in the Riley Jenson Guardian series. As I'm writing this review, the whole series of 9 books have been written and I can't wait to read them all! Kidnapping, drugs, cloning, and sex. LOTS of sex. Riley is a half-wolf and half-vampire and she is feeling the call of the full moon. Sex is a celebration for werewolves and Riley has her two mates to help her celebrate. Unfortunately, someone is trying to kidnap her, there are clones all over the city and she just found out that she's been drugged! Oh, and her boss wants her to become a guardian for the Directorate. And to top everything off, she meets Quinn, a vampire that makes her heart skip a beat and she would really like to see if maybe they can have a relationship. Only Quinn has vowed never to fall for anyone, let alone a werewolf, ever again. I found this story every intriguing. I took me about two chapters to really get into it and learn the lore of the world. It was very dark and mysterious, having a mystery kind of vibe to it at times. You can see the budding romance between Riley and Quinn but she is definitely not monogamous having at least 3 different partners throughout the book. Very lusty partners. I first I thought, "Really? She's having sex that much?" But when you take it into consideration of the story line, then yes, it makes complete sense. I found Riley to be a very strong female character and I can't wait to read the next one.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great read A wonderful waynto start a great story
Date published: 2013-07-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Full moon rising Can't wait to read the next book
Date published: 2013-04-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from It was all right I liked this book. It had good action however even though I understand why Riley is such a nympho, I hope that not all the books continue to match her up with different men back and forth (like the Anita Blake series). Sometimes they over do it and you lose sight of the “real” story or just get turned off because you can’t take the romance part of the book seriously.
Date published: 2010-06-28
Rated 2 out of 5 by from A Good Read I read this book looking for some interesting werewolf reads after reading Armstrong and Briggs, and while the story was great, it just didn't appeal to me in the way the other authors do. I think one of the main problems I had with it is that the wolf nature in these books doesn't seem to play as large a role (except for the moon heat thing) as they do with other authors, and so it ends up seeming to me more like humans with special powers rather then werewolves. The story itself was good, but as a werewolf book, not really one of my favourites. I'm not sure if I will go on to read the rest of the series.
Date published: 2010-05-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very Good! Not being a huge fan of the romance genre I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this book! Riley Jenson is a rare hybrid of vampire and werewolf who’s sexual appetite is insatiable during the full moon. She has two partners to sate her appetite but meets a vampire that heats her up like nothing else. She works for an organization that polices the supernatural to keep humans safe. Her twin brother goes missing and she stumbles upon a cloning conspiracy to create the ultimate warrior by using her brother’s genes. In Riley’s pursuit to find her brother she finds her self in all kinds of trouble. The twists and turns in her quest will keep you turning pages into the wee morning hours. I know I couldn’t put it down!
Date published: 2010-03-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Really Good I'm surprised at how much I did like this book. It's not your typical romance which is what I tend to lean towards, but that's not to say it wasn't a romance, it is, I just don't know who the hero is yet. 36/1000
Date published: 2009-12-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good start to the series! Welcome to Riley’s world. Everyone thinks that she is a werewolf, but in fact she is a damphir (a werewolf and a vampire). She tends to be more the werewolf, as does her brother. This duo keeps their heritage to themselves. Riley works for the Directorate but she is not an agent as she is doing everything she can to make sure that she will never be an agent. The full moon is coming and Riley is looking forward to mating with her two mates. For a girl like Riley, all is right with the world. One night Riley comes home to find a naked sexy vampire (Quinn) in her doorway. Apparently Quinn does not know what happened to him, just that he needs to see Riley’s roommate and brother Rhoan. Rhoan is missing and Riley and Quinn are soon trying to find him, even though neither trusts the other. Riley and Quinn soon discover that they do have chemistry, and both are eager to see where it leads. Someone is trying to either kill, capture or study Riley, that same someone knows what Riley and Rhoan really are. Riley’s world is turning upside down, everything she thought she knew is falling to the wayside. I really got into this book, and ran out and bought the next two in the series. I like that the series is based on Riley who is a down to earth character. The series is already setting itself up to be fun and fast. We know who some of the badies are, but we know that one more is unidentified, someone who all the main characters know. I can’t wait to find out.
Date published: 2009-10-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wonderful If you love Kim Harrison, Charlaine Harris or J.R. Ward books, you'll love this series. Sexy and mysterious vampires, werewolves who love sex, and an adventure where you won't want to put the book down!
Date published: 2009-07-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Full Moon Rising is putting it mildly with Riley Jensen So in Keri Arthur's first book in the Riley Jensen Guardian series, we are introduced to Arthur's version of the paranormal. Her main character is one Riley Jensen, twin to Rhoan, and also a natural crossbreed of Vampire and Werewolf, where the Were part of her is dominant! This book is not for the faint of heart. There are some awesome and exciting action sequences, as well as some really steamy sex scenes. In this world Werewolves need to have many sexual releases in the week prior to the full moon' rising otherwise they succomb to bloodlust that can make these werewolves deadly to anyone that comes near. Essentially though, Weres do try to avoid this (and why not when the release is amazing sex) by just going to "bleep" anyone that can withstand their need and stamina. They even have Werewolf clubs were dancing is not the main event if you catch my drift! In the beginning Riley has two lovers: Talon and Misha. Both give her different types of release, where Talon is an agressive, rough, no foreplay, let's get it on attitude, and where Misha is softer (for lack of a better term), more passionate, and a stronger attempt to appeal to Riley's feminine side rather than simply need! Caution though: both prove to be quite deceitful in this little novel! A new lover she didnt see coming appears when she meets Quinn, a vampire, with werewolf issues, but who is totally hot, and provides some of the best scenes with Riley. There is a big internal struggle with Quinn and it makes for an interesting read. I am hoping to read more of him and Riley in future novels. Anyways, so while Riley is feeling the full moon fever stronger than she has in a while, it seems her brother Rhoan has gone missing. And yet this is only the tip of the iceberg. Guardians - think nonhuman government warriors (Rhoan being one of them) - are also disappearing at an alarming rate, and there is some suspicious activity and corruption going on in her world and within her workplace among the Guardians. She along with her boss Jack (vamp), Quinn, and others are discovering that there is some bizarre clone cross-breeding going on - and Riley and her Brother are becoming targets for their natural DNA mixture of vampire and werewolf - a rarety. Throughout the novel you receive bits and pieces of what's going on but even after finishing the novel, you are still missing answers with lots more questions to answer, and as a reader, i am personally intrigued to continue reading on to find all these who? why? where's? and how's? Overall, this is a solid read for any paranormal romance fan. It has a great mixture of everything and should only get better from here! The only bizarre aspect for me that i wasn't too keen on was Riley's wolf side. It is severely under-used as apparently turning into a wolf is only good for sharp teeth and healing wounds. Having read a few werewolf books now, this is the first time i've seen the human form overall prove better and more effective than her wolf form. Bizarre! Other than that, i really enjoyed it and look forward to the follow up Kissing Sin. Enjoy!
Date published: 2009-06-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Adventure meets Eroticism meets Paranormal This is the first of the Riley Jensen Guardian novels. Riley Jensen is half werewolf and half vampire, a truly rare breed that makes her dhampire, AKA the “mule” of the paranormal world. She’s also got a twin brother, Rhoan who she senses is in great danger. On her mission to save him she finds herself in more danger and the twists and turns just don’t stop. She learns, perhaps a little late, that no one can be trusted. Read more at: http://justkickinit.ca/2009/06/full-moon-rising-by-keri-arthur/
Date published: 2009-06-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Decent I was able to sink my teeth into this novel much more than the last one, so it was entertaining at the very least. Quite hot, and Arthur's built an interesting world thought the story was often a little repetitive. It often felt like I was reading the same scene but different enemies and settings. The only thing that did throw me for a bit of a loop in the beginning is that the story is set in bit into the future. There really isn't any indication of it until the main character whips out a "vidphone." As you get further into the novel it becomes much more obvious, though.
Date published: 2008-01-19
Rated 2 out of 5 by from A Good Idea, But... While the premise was interesting, and the ideas were good, there were two things that bothered me about this book [and the rest of Arthur's stuff]. 1. She doesn't include anything that really gives you the sense that the characters are in Australia - it could be literally anywhere on Earth, and that makes the whole Australian setting pointless. 2. She has a disturbing tendancy to use rape as a plot device, and, worse, have the lead female character like it. This just creeps me out, and ruins her books for me. If you can overlook this, it might be an okay read, but I was put off.
Date published: 2007-06-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Werewolves rise again Love the idea of a werewolf/vampire cross. Riley is an extremely interesting character - quite definite in her likes and dislikes. The other characters involved with her supply ample room for the character development as she moves through the book. The book can be counted among the ones by Laurel Hamilton and Kim Harrison for entertainment and for the ability to catch the readers attention, on more than one reading.
Date published: 2007-02-01