New Moon (Moon, #6)
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New Moon (Moon #6)

3.84 of 5 stars 3.84  ·  rating details  ·  505 ratings  ·  28 reviews
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Kindle Edition, 336 pages
Published (first published March 6th 2007)
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Angie Bell
I loved this book!!! I can't wait to read more! There's just no sense in trying to resist such a good thing!
Logan is a werewolf, out for a run, when he gets trapped by a device meant to kill shapeshifters, only it was meant for Rinna, a shape-shifter on the run from another dimension. She frees Logan, and they escape to her world, only to be chased by Falcone, a man that wants Rinna to bear him a powerful son. Pretty good story, and the world is well thought of. I think there is a book before this 'cause Logan's brother is hooked up, and these series always stay in families!
This series you can read just one or read out of sequence one of the reasons why I love it. Also in this one the women is a shape shifter which it is very weird to find it has been the first one that I have found. The only thing that I tend not to like about the book is that it is a little "fluffy" but other then that I love it.
I ended up liking New Moon more than expected. (Although I guess that's not saying a whole lot about a book I simply picked up because I needed an author on "Y" for a challenge.) It's a good werewolf/shapeshifter romance, and it's very well written, but I never got as into it as with many of the other books I've been reading this year.
Didnt find it all that great. I guess i have biased against all authors who are not the likes of sherrilyn kenyon...

The story was ok - but the characters are not strong enough - i mean he was a do-gooder-werewolf but still i think the characters lacked a little something ( which i am not able to put my finger on ).
Leslie Wiederspan
I read the first 16 pages and that was it. If you cant interest me by the first chapter, I have no reason to keep reading. Im sure those who like romance novels and such would love it, but not for me. Sorry, but it takes more than naked people to get me interested in a book.
York has done it again. This was a great mix of supernatural, romance, and conflict. I got a little perturbed with the bag guy point of view, but that's probably understandable. Great read, wonderfully complex plot, and good romance.
I just stumbled upon this book and I have to say I really wish I could get the rest of this series as this was a wonderfully fantastic read. Shape shifters, alternate worlds and timelines....I got to say pick this series up if you can!
Gwyn Ryan
Another book in the horrible werewolf porn series I'm addicted to. We've now graduated from werewolves to add psychics, magic-users, and shapeshifters from another dimension. They're like candy corn -- horrible, but addictive.
Yeah I know it's a romance novel but I was stuck on a ship with not much else to read!!! Other than the dialogue between the lead male and female characters, the plot was actually pretty good.
Erotic Horizon
New Moon (The Moon Series, Book 6) by Rebecca York (2007)
As this continued with the "other" world theme, I did not enjoy this. I continue to try because the first novel in the series was so good. Hopefully she returns to our world soon.
A werewolf science fiction novel, in the Moon series. In this one, the hero falls in love with a shape-shifter from an alternate universe.
Sep 12, 2010 Heather rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: not really
This book was the very first one that I read by Rebecca York. It was ok but there was to much sex and not enough story.
I couldnt read it all, it was boring, and didnt really explain a whole lot, or give very good descriptive details.
I liked the book, it was entertaining. It's the only book I've read of her series.
Call Me Cranky
I finished it because it was an easy read and I want to finish the series. . .
New Moon (Berkley Sensation) by Rebecca York (2007)
Morgan Sibbett
i loved this book. the author is amazing
Another good read in the "Moon" series.
Kathy Davie
Definitely deteriorating in writing quality
re-read 5/18/2010
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Ruth Glick (born 1942) is a best-selling author of healthy cookbooks and has also written dozens of romantic suspense romance novels under the pen name Rebecca York.

Ruth earned a B.A. in American Thought and Civilization from George Washington University and an M.A. in American Studies from the University of Maryland. Although she always wanted to become a writer, Glick was convinced that her lack...more
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