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Hunger Moon Rising

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When friends become lovers, can a reluctant werewolf find love with a survivor of abuse without revealing the beast inside? Not when the Hunger Moon is rising.
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Published November 14th 2006 by Loose Id, LLC (first published 2006)
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Ladymcbeth
Really nice story.
A guy fight against his own nature of werewolf to be with the woman he loves.
The woman had been hurt a long time ago by an abusive husband.

I loved the way the story take place. we can have the though of each caracter successively.

I really loved this story and i'm sad it's over.
Penumbra
I was given this book by Hearts on Fire through the Making Connections ARR group for an honest review, thank you.


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Beverly Richards
I've read other books by this author and found the stories to be very captivating but every time I come across those in first person I don't really enjoy them very much. It some how takes away from the story.

While this one had a nice story, I don't like reading first person narrative. Feels too much like reading a diary. And I find that very annoying.
Netanella
I loved the twist on the protagonist - usually shifter stories have hyperventilating, testosterone-filled alpha males with lots of posturing going on - not that there's anything wrong with that! Here, Ben is a werewolf who's been trying to hide his shifter side for years - he's taken to vegetarianism and Buddhism in an attempt to pacify his inner beast. But like Kent Clark sheds his button-down and pulls on the Superman tighties, Ben turns up the aggression to save the woman he loves.

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Krissy
not many readers get the chance to read a book from both leading character perspectives. it gives the story a whole new level to work on and in my opinion a deeper connection to both characters. i thought hunger moon rising was a uniquely written book well worth the read.
Annemarie
Always love Evangeline Anderson. I enjoyed the alternating chapters with Dani telling the story the Ben the next chapter.

Enjoyed the take of Ben resisting his werewolf wolf nature and the extent he goes to, to be as non alpha as possible.
Willa Edwards
I'm constantly amazed by Evangeline Anderson's ability to be scorching hot while having very little actual sexual contact. This is another one. By the time they actually get to the sex you're already aflame. Great read.
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Reviewed by: Penumbra
Genre: M/F Paranormal
Rated: 2 stars
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Shannon V
Liked the overall story line, but hated the format.
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I wasn't as drawn into Hunger Moon Rising as I usually am with EV's books (maybe too wolfed out when I read it?), but the alternating POV by chapter was an interesting device and well executed for the most part. The story itself wasn't too elaborate but Ben's way of handling his shifter nature was certainly unique. All in all, not the best of what EV has to offer but enjoyable nonetheless.
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