Waiting for the Wolf Moon (Silhouette Shadows #8) (The Circle, book 1)
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Waiting for the Wolf Moon (Silhouette Shadows #8) (The Circle)

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Under a Raging Moon

Nobody had to tell Sylvie Peabody that some things were beyond human understanding. After all, she was a witch--a white witch of uncommon power. But even she was powerless to explain the nightmare that gripped the little town of Stagwater whenever the full moon approached. Was it really possible that a werewolf was stalking the Louisiana night?

And was i...more
Paperback, 252 pages
Published May 1st 1993 by Silhouette Shadows (first published 1993)
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Sarai
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Nobody had to tell Sylvie Peabody that some things were beyond human understanding. After all, she was a witch - a white witch of uncommon power. But even she was powerless to explain the nightmare that gripped the little town of Stagwater whenever the full moon approached. Was it really possible that a werewolf was stalking the Louisiana night? And was it pure coincidence that the horror had begun when the very mysterious Rand Garner bought that crumbling old estate on the e...more
Lana
I found this one in one of my dozens of book boxes while unpacking my bedroom.

I had put this on my To-Read list, because my mom knew the author, and she's a local, or as local as anybody ever is in Dallas-Fort Worth. I enjoy the books I've read, at least in part because she makes positive generic references to Wicca in her books, and in later books, much more specific references.

After reading a chapter, I realized I'd read this one before, and decided to read it again. I couldn't remember how i...more
Isis
I don't read romance often. And when I do read romance, I expect it to be the side dish. When reading this book, I found the story captivating from the start. The characters felt real to me, and they all had interesting personalities.

What really pulled me into the story was the sense of mystery. As much as I wanted to figure out the big secret, I couldn't. Often you read paranormal books thinking you got the whole thing figured out, but I couldn't do that with this book. And when I did find out...more
Christie
This was a great read for me. I thoroughly enjoyed the fast pace and sexiness of the story. You can't go wrong with a good werewolf adventure.
Angela Dawn
Too much pulp fiction for me, but an interesting twist on the werewolf theme.
Melanie Jackson
So many of the category books are overlooked-- and sometimes justly so-- but this one was a little gem and I try to read it every Halloween.
Susan
latest re-read 7/17/2011
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