Manhattan Moon by Jae

Manhattan Moon


Kobo ebook | October 18, 2012

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Nothing in Shelby Carson’s life is ordinary. Not only is she an attending psychiatrist in a hectic ER, but she’s also a Wrasa, a shape-shifter who leads a secret existence.

To make things even more complicated, she has feelings for Nyla Rozakis, a human nurse.

Even though the Wrasa forbid relationships with humans, Shelby is determined to pursue Nyla. Things seem pretty hopeless for them, but on Halloween, during a full moon, anything can happen…

Title:Manhattan MoonFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:October 18, 2012Publisher:Ylva PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3955330125

ISBN - 13:9783955330125

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Delicious taste of Jae's shape-shifter series I love Jae’s stories and gave this a read after finishing her vampire story ‘Good Enough to Eat’. Armed with the knowledge that she can write paranormal just as well as historical or modern day romances (and convinced she can write a great story from any random idea at all), I read this shape-shifter story knowing it’s part of a series but unsure if reading them out of sequence would make any difference. The author’s note at the beginning of the book says that ‘Manhattan Moon’ is a spin off story rather than a sequel to ‘Second Nature’ so reading this one as a standalone story was not an issue. The story provides the rules for shape-shifting and only makes one reference to the main characters in ‘Second Nature’ in passing. It’s a well written story that kept my interest from beginning to end, and was the perfect sized appetizer to help me decide if I wanted to read more books in this particular series. The answer to that is a resounding yes. I recommend this to anyone who enjoyed ‘Good Enough to Eat’, loves Jae’s writing in general, or is looking for a shorter paranormal story about shape-shifters sharing the world with humans. It’s a quick and easy read and one I enjoyed over a weekend. I look forward to reading more by Jae in the future, in this genre and every other that she’s tackled so far. I have yet to read anything by Jae that was not well written and a pleasure to read and get lost in for several hours or days.
Date published: 2018-03-22