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The Ravening (Blood Moon #3)

4.1  ·  Rating Details ·  133 Ratings  ·  7 Reviews
The hunger is boundless...
In the moonlit forest, bewitched by a wolf and dancing to music only she could hear, Paloma was first taken. And though she escaped her attacker, she could not flee her destiny.

…and it cannot be denied...
Milosh could sense it: Sebastian—the vampire, his archenemy and the foe of The Brotherhood and all things right and good—was again rising to powe
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Published (first published January 29th 2008)
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Leeanne Grant
Jan 23, 2008 Leeanne Grant rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: old style vampire fans
This is the third in the Blood Moon series. I have the feeling that the author intended more in the series, but alas with her passing we are denied more of her wonderful stories.

In the first book, Thompson started in Regency period, which she does so well. Now we are in Victorian era. Milosh (seen in both of the other books), the Gypsy vampire hunter, is about to become what he hunts. He has returned to Cumberland, England, tracking the evil vampire, Sebastian. He is shocked to find the home of
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J
Jan 24, 2011 J rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Aside from typing errors,the book was really good, containing all of the elements of a good paranormal romance. The final battle was a bit too contrived, because there was too much buildup to it, and when it finally happened not enough actual interesting fighting to make it believable within the story's context. There are a few repetitions throughout, of sentences and ideas making it seem like the author enacted to drill these idea into the reader's head. However, the setting of the story and th ...more
Bridget
Jan 28, 2011 Bridget rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: paranormel
Last book of the series focuses on the gypsy vampir Milosh, in his final battle with the evil vampire Sabastian. A satisfying end to the story. Women in this author's stories are pretty scatterbrained, or I would have given this five stars. Acted flighty and stupid at times, constantly putting themselves in dangerous situations of their own making, after being firmly warned. Irritating.
Francis
Wow, amazing end to the trilogy. Except for the most expected killing which (view spoiler) I loved it. My dear Milosh deserves what he got.

A must read.
Rin ♔
I loved this, really. It's been years since I've read this but it's still one of my favorites.
Mum Barnett
Dec 10, 2014 Mum Barnett rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Read
Shelves: shapshifters
I found the story quite good,It has a good story line. Milosh is an surreal man, and I like the little thief she show how strong her love for him was,this book is the last book of group. I wont to read the four books.














Stacie
This is the third book of the series. I just skimmed it because I had bought it new and sort of felt that I had wasted my money on this one. It just did not grab my interest. There seemed to be little or no chemistry between the main characters.
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Dawn Thompson was a regular columnist featured in women’s special interest publications world and nationwide for over thirty years, one of which CROCHET WORLD, published by House of White Birches, since its inception over twenty-five years ago. She was an award-winning poet, artist, and needlework designer and illustrator, specializing in vintage concepts for today’s woman.

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