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Full Moon Lockdown (Moon Compound #1)

3.57  ·  Rating Details ·  200 Ratings  ·  33 Reviews
Can surviving the horrors of the night lead Colin to find the one that was meant to love him and bring him back to the light?

Colin Brantford is an Omega wolf. When his pack is destroyed by hellhounds, he and his brother are transported to Moon Compound. There, Colin must enter into a world where all wolf shifters are sent to learn to shift. Two years prematurely.

Sloan Atwa
ebook, 117 pages
Published August 1st 2013 by Extasy Books
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Aug 06, 2013 V rated it really liked it
I loved this story and I can't wait for the next sequel.
No insta love or having sex 2 minutes after they met, the plot was slightly different from the other shifter stories that I read in the past.
For example the shifting can be very painful and they have to go to a compound to get the help they need to learn to shift. Quite interesting story line, perhaps I'm too easy to please.
Never mind, it was quite enjoyable.
Nikyta *Miss Forgetful*
This review can be found at The Blogger Girls review site.

3.5 stars

I really enjoyed this one because while it was sweet, there were darker parts to it that meant it was never too sweet. It’s about how Colin and his brother, Peyton, end up going to the Moon Compound before they’re supposed to. This compound was created so that new shifters didn’t get the opportunity to hurt anyone else since the first years of shifting are the most brutal. Colin doesn’t want to be there but mixed with his sudden
Hc Lynn
3.5 stars
Well... certainly not your average shifter book. Until you learn control and how to accept your wolf there is a lot of pain involved. Makes me feel like they aren't teaching the wolf community that if they don't fight so hard again shifting there would be easier.. that's besides the point..

I was surprised that these two didn't figure out the mating thing besides a brief inkling that wasn't explored. Then there's the lack of sex with more emphasis on the relationship building between the
Feb 08, 2015 Zainab rated it liked it
Shelves: m-m
that was pretty nice. actually better than what i expected.
Oct 19, 2013 Tam rated it liked it
Shelves: m-m, canine-shifters
3.5 stars

Some aspects of this book follow pretty routine tropes of mates/instalove and the alpha/omega thing, but what I found interesting was the way the shifters develops. In their early 20's when they get ready to undergo their first shift, they are sent to a place called Moon Compound where they will learn to shift and control their wolf. This can take up to 2-3 years and if it doesn't take, they turn feral. It's very traumatizing for them, with injuries resulting from difficult shifts and t
Caroline Brand
Oct 09, 2013 Caroline Brand rated it really liked it
3.5 Stars

This is book 1 in the Moon Compound series and lays out the foundation for further books.

Shifters don't have it so easy in this series. Learning to be at one with your wolf is both dangerous and difficult. You are sent by your pack to The Compound, usually for a minimum of 2 years, to learn how to shift and control your wolf. Those who can't learn to control their wolf and become feral often end up dead.

When Hell Hounds, the equivalent of shifters from hell, attack and wipe out Colins p
 ~♥ Elle ♥~
Aug 11, 2013 ~♥ Elle ♥~ rated it liked it
The whole prison-like set up didn't hold much appeal to me. The war between wolves and hellhounds wasn't explained further either. Overall, it was an ok read. Brendan and the feral seem interesting so I'll probably read the next book.
Ericka Walden
Sep 09, 2013 Ericka Walden rated it really liked it
Interesting.... Looking forward to the next book!
Thomaidha Papa
Aug 14, 2013 Thomaidha Papa rated it it was amazing
4.5 Hearts

Review written for MM good Book Reviews

Alright, this is it people. This exactly what I love and crave when I read a paranormal book that involves wolf-shifters. Damn this read was one hell of a ride and damn if I’m not anxiously waiting for #2 of the series.

Let me tell you, this was a 117 pages novella that I surprisingly devoured in a couple of hours with people going in and out of the house, kids screaming their heads off and elders demanding my
Angela Goodrich
This is the first book in the Moon Compound series and it’s off to a really good start. In this shifter world, young shifters (early 20s) are sent to the Moon Compound to learn how to shift and control their wolf so that they don’t harm others. This is a process that can take a couple of years depending upon whether they are an Alpha or an Omega. Colin is expected to go to the compound within the next couple of years and his brother will follow him a year later. Keeping his brother close to him ...more
LiveYourLife BuyTheBook
Aug 14, 2013 LiveYourLife BuyTheBook rated it liked it
Shelves: barb
3.5 Stars
A "Live Your Life, Buy The Book" Review

This was a very light and super sweet romantic story about shifters. Peyton and Colin are orphans, and one night a hellhound attack on their pack leaves them having to stay at Moon Compound, for treatment to their wounds.

Colin is terrified about going to Moon Compound. All shifters have to stay there until they can control their shift without being a danger to themselves and anybody else. (This , I think is actually a pretty cool twist for a shifte
Ellen Cross
Aug 20, 2013 Ellen Cross rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: everyone who loves MM paranormal stories
When Colin and his brother find themselves in the middle of a situation he is sure they will never walk away from, he can't help the numbing despair he feels when he is separated from his brother, and taken to the Full Moon Compound--the place all were's are taken to learn to control their wolves at a certain age. Kept locked away most of the time for his own protection, and much younger than any of the other residents of the compound, he captures the interest of alpha, and longest running resid ...more
Cocktails and Books
Jun 09, 2014 Cocktails and Books rated it really liked it
3.5 Cocktails

The premise was a bit dark, and the Moon Compound was as dark and dreary as I expected, especially since Colin arrives under some seriously dark times since his whole pack was wiped out by hellhounds. I really loved that Colin and Sloan both were so drawn to each other but dind’t have an idea what was going on.

I had a pretty good idea what was going on and Ms. Nacht does a great job with the setup and dropping enough hints that despite the men’s cluelessness I totally knew what was
All his life Colin new that one day he will end in Moon Compound, as all the other young werewolves who need to learn how to rein in their animal side. He didn't know however, that he will get there way before his time. With his pack murdered and his brother wounded, he has no choice but to accept the doubtful hospitality of the compound's guards and resign himself to few years of hell.

Not everything about the compount is as he immagined and there may be even something worth this forced containm
Katrina Passick Lumsden
Jackie Nacht is kind of a bad writer. I get what she's trying to do with these stories, and aspiring to be on par with the likes of authors like Charlie Richards shouldn't be an unattainable goal. Sadly for some (like Nacht), it is. The premise is cool, but that's about all this series has going for it. The pacing, characterization, world building, dialogue, technical writing... It's just all bad. And where Charlie Richards can usually make her stories engaging enough that you want to ignore the ...more
2.5 rounded up.

Wow, this book made being a wolf shifter sound brutal, painful and gross. The idea of the prison-like compound where young shifters have to learn how to control their wolf and shifting before they can move on to the outside world is intriguing. The plot was okay but a number of things weren't explained or followed up on (the hellhound creatures for one) and there is kind of an overdramatic feel to the whole story. Perhaps the story suffers from being so short--maybe with more time
Oct 19, 2013 Teresa rated it really liked it
Shelves: mm, romances, paranormal, own, bingo

Interesting twist on shifter lore. Werewolves don't turn into to their wolves until they are about twenty three. Before that happens they go to a compound to learn their role in their pack and about shifting, which is difficult and painful. This had fated mates but I liked that, in this case, the mates were driven to take care of each other before going into "heat" and so developed a relationship, albeit in a short period of time. I also liked that the Omegas, while physically weaker, were portr
Blue Bayou .
Aug 09, 2013 Blue Bayou . rated it really liked it
I loved this story. It was different than other shifter stories that I have read. It still had the mate business but the way it was handled was great! (view spoiler)
I am going to be reading the next installment. And I am kinda mad that I didn't wait till two or three were published. I
Lilli *slowest reader ever*
Since I've been riding a BDB wave these last weeks doing rereads I can't help but perk up at the mention of a compound! *lol* Although I do not expect the dark and gritty stuff with lots of testosterone in this book I can't help myself: I like the sweet and sappy, too. Sometimes.
Aug 05, 2013 Meggie rated it liked it
This is the first book in Moon Compound series. I what I read here was definitely a light sweet shifter's romance. Sure, the main storyline in isn't extremely developed, but I liked it nonetheless. Mostly because it was an easy romance.
Nov 03, 2013 ~RMG rated it it was ok
2.5 stars - Not as interesting as book 2, but my curiosity's still piqued... Will keep an eye on this series, despite the author's tendency of ending each story rather abruptly in order to lead to the next book.
This felt odd to me. This so called compound felt more like a prison camp than anything else. I didn't understand why these shifters were treated like animals with no control. tbh I just didn't really get it...
Skye Blue
Apr 02, 2014 Skye Blue rated it liked it
This was better than I was expecting. Although they had to go to a prison like place, to learn to control their shifts, I liked the concept that it wasn't an easy automatic thing. Even in the prisonish temporary home, they were cared for, not just dumped. Interesting.
Hearts On Fire Reviews
Reviewed by: Kevin
Genre: M/M Paranormal
Rated: 4.5 hearts

Check out the review at: Hearts On Fire Reviews
Sep 02, 2013 SephXIII rated it really liked it
Shelves: mm, paranormal
I loved this one. It was another wolf shifter story, but I really liked how it was different too. =D Definitely looking forward to more. I'm also hoping the next book out is about Brendan. =)
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