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Dragon Moon (Dragon Delasangre #2)

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A secret race as old as time, they have inspired our greatest legends, the grimmest fairy tales, and our grandest nightmares. Changelings by day and slayers at dark, they call themselves People of the Blood. Mankind calls them Dragons. One has stepped forward to tell his story...

Four long, lonely years have passed since the murder of Peter DelaSangre's beloved wife. Althou

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Paperback, 290 pages
Published April 1st 2003 by Roc
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Debb
Aug 02, 2009 Debb rated it it was ok
Read the first two. Enjoyed the novelty of the idea, but became Increasingly bothered by the whole premise. I won't read the rest. I don't really want to read about these dragons who just HAVE to devour and eat humans, and break every law and rule of the country in which they live. Amorality is not that fascinatig.
Liz
Jan 17, 2016 Liz rated it liked it
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Four years after the death of his wife, dragon shape-shifter Peter Delasangre sets out for Jamaica to declare his intentions to his much-younger sister-in-law, Chloe, who has just come of age. Although Chloe is initially hesitant about the proposal, Peter soon learns of more pressing problems--namely, his greedy inlaws (who plan to rob Peter of his vast fortune), and Ian Tindell, the family lawyer who, like his father before him, is conspiring to bring Peter down and take over his company.

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Miriam
Aug 15, 2014 Miriam rated it it was ok
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Trashy urban fantasy with over-sexed dragon shapechangers eating people and screwing.
Elizabeth
Jan 04, 2015 Elizabeth rated it it was amazing
Dragon Moon (Dragon Delasangre #2)
by Alan F. Troop

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I enjoyed book 2 even more than the first book. The story is tighter and more coherent and Chloe and Peter’s relationship is much more complex and interesting than Elizabeth and Peter’s. We also get so see more of the minor characters such as Claudia Gomez fleshed out. The story is also much easier to care about than the first one in which Peter faced humans who were looking for justice and his own weaselly human lawyer. The battle with
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Chris Pacheco
Oct 10, 2013 Chris Pacheco rated it really liked it
this book is pretty rad id have to say.
i just wish ol' A.F. Troop never used the words throbbing sex, chocolate nipples, or other granny-porn phrases that make me cringe.
also the description cinnamon-musk leaves this foul imaginary taste-smell in the back of my throat.
asides this book is filled with murder, i dont think its cannibalism, but i dont know whatthe word is... lets just say there are many time a 4yr old boy is eating the raw half consumed corpse of some unsuspecting illegal-in-transit
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Tom
Dec 16, 2014 Tom rated it really liked it
The second book in this series is a bit better than the first one. I have enjoyed them both very much and find the dragon Peter to be sympathetic even though he is a killer. He seems noble while monstrous. That is hard to pull off for any writer. This story centers on a kidnapping plot that is first rate. There are family problems just like human beings have yet with a dragon twist. There is betrayal and innovative plot twists. All in all this is a very fun book to read.
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Aug 25, 2008 Shippseattle marked it as to-read
The confessions of the dragon Peter DelaSangre continue four years after the murder of his beloved wife. [close] The confessions of the dragon Peter DelaSangre continue four years after the murder of his beloved wife. [close]
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Wendy
Feb 06, 2010 Wendy rated it it was amazing
Another good read in the Dragon Delasangre series. I think that I liked this one even more than the first book. I really did not like Elizabeth, Peter's first wife, and so was not too sad to see her die in the first book. I love Chloe and really enjoyed this chapter in Peter Delasangre's life. Really enjoying this series!
Dalia
Nov 11, 2013 Dalia rated it it was amazing
I thought it was a great book. When I read it I didn't know it was part of a series. It read as if it was a stand alone book which to me is awesome. If you like books with characters that have a little history and fantasy. This is the book for you. It has a little suspense in it as well.
John
Dec 29, 2011 John rated it did not like it
It was a very interesting concept but I found it to be a poor execution of the idea. Additionally, the author seemed to have a little bit of a....well.....dragon fetish.
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Aug 25, 2009 Sandra added it
this book is my seconed favoite. its about a man finding love after the death of his first wife and is now trieing to a new wife for his son.
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