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Over The Moon (Mageverse #3.5)

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Three bestselling superstars and one exciting new voice in paranormal romance in a hot new anthology.

When it comes to sexy werewolves, fairies, and magic, there's only one place for readers to go this winter: Over the Moon.

Angela Knight ventures to the borders of Mageverse, a land ruled by vampire knights.

MaryJanice Davidson returns to the wicked lair of the Wyndham
Mass Market Paperback, 330 pages
Published January 2nd 2007 by Berkley Sensation
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Feb 16, 2008 Pamela rated it liked it
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Bark's Book Nonsense
I bought this for my local book group. I've always been a fan of werewolf stories and was hoping this book wouldn't bore me to death like so many of the romances I've recently read.

The first story is by Angela Knight. When a female werewolf in heat runs away from an arranged marriage to a brutish alpha wolf, she lands pretty much on top of a police officer who just happens to be a werewolf himself. Imagine the odds of that? She needs a baby in order to maintain her independence from the alpha wo
Like most anthologies, you get hits and misses, and Over the Moon was a mixed bag and no exception. I grabbed this one because it contains the second book in author Sunny's Monere Children of the Moon series, and I was happy to read something by the other three new to me authors who I've heard of previously.

Moon Dance - Angela Knight

This is #7 in the author's Mageverse series, but I had no difficulty following it and didn't feel as though I was missing big chunks of information. I know a grand t
Nikki Brandyberry
Nov 13, 2010 Nikki Brandyberry rated it liked it
I have been reading a ton more anthologies than I have in the past! I haven’t read a standalone book from any of these authors, but after this I certainly will. I find that when I read anthologies there is usually one or sometimes two stories that stand out. In this book the stand out story was definitely Driftwood by Mary Janice Davidson. Picture me parked in the school parking lot waiting to pick up my kids, and snorting loudly with laughter. Weird Ohio weather made it possible to roll the car ...more
Feb 02, 2016 Doughgirl5562 rated it liked it
Moon Dance by Angela Knight: Even though I'm not a big fan of the furry paranormal stories, I loved this story. It had everything I look for in a full novel: plot, strong leads, suspense and plenty of steaminess. IMO the best of the four stories.

Between the Mountain and the Moon by Virginia Kantra: More like a fairy tale. Also enjoyed this story.

Driftwood by MaryJanice Davidson: Maybe I'm just getting tired of MJD's sarcastic style, but I agree with other reviewers. She phoned this one in. I wou
Mar 24, 2008 Kimberly rated it really liked it
Shelves: paranormal
While entertaining, I felt these stories were over before they even began. Sometimes it's surprising how fast these characters fall in love, but if I don't think about it, then it becomes a very enjoyable romance. :) I felt that Sunny, the author of Mona Lisa Three, used her page limit to it's best potential. I felt the novella was really developed. This could be because the story was a sequel and she had room to just continue from the original.
Apr 20, 2008 Kathrynn marked it as to-read-eventually
There are four stories in this book. They are:

1. Moon Dance by Angela Knight (Mageverse, #7)

2. Between the Mountain and the Moon by Virginia Kantra

3. Driftwood by MaryJanice Davidson

4. Mona Lisa Three by Sunny

One day, I'll get around to reading this book... ;-)
Goge (BARRONS) le Moning Maniac,
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Feb 10, 2011 Debbie rated it really liked it
Recommended to Debbie by: Thanks Kenjii
- Moon Dance by Angela Knight
Lucas Rolling of the Harrisville Police Department had been bitten. Now that he was a Direkind (werewolf) his size and strength showed him to be an alpha type. An alpha was what Elena Livingston needed if she wanted out of the marriage her aging father had just arranged for her.
**** Book 3.5 ….. Really enjoyed Lucas and Elena in this story. A few different approaches to were-lore making this a story that I would like to see more of. The magic of Merlin angle and the
Apr 17, 2008 Gina rated it really liked it
All parts of a series (somewhat), and not bad at all!

Now, let's face it, there hasn't been a story by Angela Knight that I didn't like. This one was alright. Not the best that I've read but not the worst. I wish there'd been a little more to it. The couple came together way too fast, way too easy. Both knew what they wanted in life. The sex scenes and action scenes were well played out. Not bad at all!

The next was Virginia Kantra. While the name strikes me familiar, I can't remember if I ever re
Sep 19, 2015 Judithe rated it really liked it
Four novellas by well-known PNR authors:
1. Angela Knight: Moon Dance Revisit the Mageverse world=this story focuses on Direkind on Earth, and we learn more about its history, and of course, enjoy a hot romance.

2. Virginia Kantra: Between the Mountain and the Moon Meet the Sidhe in North America: This is a bit different from her Children of the Sea series, but it continues another short story she wrote. In this, some rather unusual things happen on a hiking trip, and Cait learns some interesting
Apr 30, 2009 Val rated it liked it
Four short stories by different authors. All with hot supernatural men-types in them. Yum! I'm only in the second story but I'm already giving the book 4 stars... sexy reading.
OK now that I'm done reading the book...

Story 1:
'Moon Dance' - by Angela Knight
One word: corny. The love scenes were good but the rest of the plot was hazy. I felt like I started in the middle of a story with no background on the context. I won't bother reading anything else by this author.

Story 2:
'Between the Mountain
Jennifer Wardrip
Nov 14, 2012 Jennifer Wardrip rated it really liked it
I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed this book.

I've never read anything by Angela Knight before, but I really liked her story MOON DANCE. I was intrigued by her Direwolfs and the world they live in, and plan to look up more of her books.

BETWEEN THE MOUNTAIN AND THE MOON, by Virginia Kantra, was an interesting story, but didn't appeal to me simply because of my preconceived notions of the sidhe world. In this story they seem evil, and that threw me off, but the premise of the story wa
Laura the Highland Hussy
Angela Knight's story was great! I loved it. 5 stars. her werewolves are the best! I'm not sure I understand the rules to her Mageverse, though. The one in Shifter was sci-fi future-y. One was fae and dragons. This was present-day. A female blue-blood of the direwolf Chosen is used by her father to secure power in their council. He plans to marry her off to the cruel stephen, but she runs after he tries to rape her, and she enlists Lucas' help...a Bitten cop. They have great sex, beat the bad gu ...more
Oct 26, 2013 Robin rated it liked it
Shelves: paranormal-rom
Angela Knight's Mageverse novella happens further along in the series than I've read, and so don't quite understand how good werewolves fit into that fictional universe, but Lucas Hollings and Elena Livingston are easy to root for. Their tale is a heroic one in the truest sense of the word.

Virginia Kantra's sequel to her previous novella "Midsummer Night's Magic" continues to dramatize the cruelty and caprice of the Fae, contrasting more powerfully the sacrificial love that triumphs over that c
May 14, 2015 Mohni rated it really liked it
Half of the stories in this book can be best described as Twilight meets Fifty Shades of Grey, except there was a storyline for the most part. The female characters were difficult to connect to and the males were shown to be stupidly aggressive. Other than that, the book was a fun, lighthearted read. I don't picture myself re-reading it any time soon. I give it three stars because I found characters to be lacking and the storyline could have been developed further.
Mar 09, 2012 Melinda rated it liked it
I only read two of the stories. Moon Dance & Between the Moon and the Mountain. I really liked Moon Dance. I appreciated that Elena was trying to fight the patriarchal system of werewolf hierarchy but I was sad that she didn't want to share rule. Seriously you find super hot dude that doesn't buy into the idea that he's superior to you and then you act like he's not worthy of anything but making you pregnant? GRRR! Other than that Lucas and Elena are fun and crazy sexy together.

After readin
Jul 20, 2014 Chairettie rated it it was ok
This book has 4 novella's. I wasn't really aware of that when I mooched. I read the first story and it was good, the second as well. I go to the third and just couldn't read it and the forth seemed as bad as the 3rd so I didn't bother to read it either. I wouldn't recommend this book but the first 2 authors stories I did like so I would likely read a novel they wrote.
I enjoy anthologies as they almost always help me discover a previously unknown author whose work impresses me enough to look out for more works him or her. This was the case with "Between the Mountain and the Moon" by Virginia Kantra, a story of overlapping fae/human worlds and what happens when a hiker goes astray on mountain trail. And "Driftwood" by MaryJanice Davidson was pleasant, especially since this is the first piece I've read by her. Angela Knight's werewolf bit was okay - a little ov ...more
Missy Jane
Aug 30, 2011 Missy Jane rated it really liked it
This review is only for the Angela Knight story in this anthology titled Moon Dance. It's part of the Mageverse series, which I'm reading for the second (in some cases third) time. The story of Lucas and Elena is short and hot as needed for an anthology, but that creates a few problems. Once again, Angela Knight has her characters making an emotional plunge into a serious lifelong commitment out of necessity rather than desire. They've known each other less than a full day when it happens, which ...more
Oct 18, 2014 Michelle rated it really liked it
Moon dance - Angela Knight - / 5

Between the Mountain & the Moon - /5

Driftwood - Mary Janice Davidson - /5

Mona Lisa Three - Sunny - 4/5
Nov 26, 2008 Jessie rated it liked it
Loved Moon Dance, fun sweet read! Between the Mountain and the Moon was good but a bit confusing, so I know now that I have to read the prequel to that one. Skipped over the MJD story as it looked like I might be confused by her note at the beginning, and stared the Sunny story as she is new. Couldn't get into it. The charachters did not seem real enough to me, not enough explaination of who Mona Lisa is...and the first sex scene...EEEK! TMI for me...a bit too raunchy for my taste...I may try ag ...more
Kim Wright
Feb 26, 2014 Kim Wright rated it liked it
Jan 31, 2016 Bibliobabe rated it liked it
Four supernatural novellas. MJD's was a Derik's Bane family. Fun, sexy, pretty good. Might want to check out books by some of the other authors.
Feb 27, 2012 Juuli rated it it was ok
I read the first three stories. Couldn't finish the last "Mona Lisa Three". Wasn't my cup of tea. Because I only managed to read two chapters I can't give any stars for that novella. 0 stars
"Moon Dance" and "Driftwood" were rather good but too short. I like when I have time to get to know the characters. 2.5 stars
"Between the Mountain" was about fairies or some other fay people and again too short and confusing. All these human sacrifices... Why couldn't they sacrifice fay? 1.5 stars

Mar 18, 2012 Becca rated it liked it
Moon Dance by Angela Knight is the best story in the group and tells about a young werewolf who is trying to escape from her dangerous fiance and the restrictive society she was born into. I couldn't really get into Virgina Kantra's Between the Mountain and the Moon. Driftwood by MaryJanice Davidson takes us back to the Wyndham Werewolves but is pretty sappy. Finally, Sunny's Mona Lisa Three, the other decent story, we learn a little more about Mona Lisa's healing powers.
Oct 30, 2008 Mya rated it liked it
An interesting little guilty pleasure of an anthology that I read on the plane from Texas. For their compact sizes, each of the stories was sufficently spicy and compact enough to seem complete. While not a keeper, it defintitely works for a introduction or refresher for the paranormal genre. All of the tales revolve around shifters of some sort and 3 out of 4 are about werewolves. As a werewolf-lover, I was not blown away but I was pleased with the stories.
Aug 11, 2008 Rachel rated it did not like it
ok so apparently i've never read "real" romance before, because i have never read anything with so much gratuitous sex. it's just not for me. a book needs to have at least SOME plot to keep it going...otherwise it's just reading a porno screenplay. maybe that's the point?? meh. i read this for the mary janice davidson story, and while it was the best of the bunch, it wasn't all that enjoyable. boo.
Dec 27, 2013 valee rated it liked it
My rating only goes to Sunny's story.

I must say that I'm really enjoying this series, which I can't believe because it did not sound as any of my usual readings. But this new world of the children of the moon has got my hooked.Although I hope the next book in the series is better. Let's see.

I need some more Story development and not so much "bedroom action". LOL.
I picked this book up because Mary Janice Davidson had a story in it. I recently re-bought the book because I wanted to read the stories again. I know I liked Angela Knight and Sunny well enough that I looked for their books for awhile - but I haven't read anything by them since this book.

I am looking forward to re-reading this.
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Angela Knight is an American author of mostly erotic fantasy. She was a reporter for ten years and a comic book author. She lives in South Carolina. First published under Red Sage, she was able to write romantic fiction for the first time in 1996. She published several short stories in their Secrets anthologies. Editor Cindy Hwang brought her to Berkley Publishing and has helped her become a best ...more
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Mageverse (9 books)
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  • Master of Dragons (Mageverse #5)
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