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Dark Of The Moon (Vampire/Werewolf Trilogy #2)

3.36 of 5 stars 3.36  ·  rating details  ·  316 ratings  ·  14 reviews
His iron hand once kept the warring vampire clans of decadent 1920s New York from one another's throats. But now, outcast from his own kind, Dorian Black haunts the back alleys of the city alone.... Until the night he meets reporter Gwen Murphy and feels something stir within him for the first time in centuries.Gwen has stumbled upon the story of a lifetime--a mysterious c ...more
Published November 18th 2009 by Not Avail (first published 2008)
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Shannon (Savhage Temptrest)
"Dark of the Moon" is the second installment of Susan Krinard's Vampire/Werewolf trilogy. This hard-hitting and gritty story was filled with romance, danger, and mystery from cover to cover!

Based in the roaring twenties, the story picks up at the end of book one, and details the now former vampire enforcer Dorian Black trying to fight his personal demons and find peace after the life he had led. One night he meets aspiring news reporter Gwen Murphy while she is investigating mysterious deaths i
Gwen Mitchell
Jul 30, 2008 Gwen Mitchell rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Paranormal Romance Lovers
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Geovanna Maya
Cuando inicio el libro tiene un buen ritmo en las primeras páginas y capítulos que hacen que me llame la atención y me pregunte por personajes del libro anterior.
Pero todo eso cambia entre más avanzo en el libro, los puntos malos que encuentro son sobre todo sobre la protagonista, en un principio no me quejo de sus actitudes ni nada pero a medida que avanzo en los capítulos llego a odiarla por ser tan tonta, patética (en cierta forma) e ilusa, simplemente no podía soportar eso, por que prim
I didn't understand the whole gang thing :S Some parts dragged on for too long, causing me to skip a lot. I also found Gwen a bit annoying, and Dorian's character wasn't consistent. Some parts weren't explained well, and others were explained in extreme detail, so the story felt a bit 'meh'. Overall is was a bit confusing and I couldn't get through it :S Stopped reading after chapter 5
I don't usually say this about most books, but until the story picked up towards the end, I was left with a 'meh' feeling. It was good, but I could put it down and not think about it at all even though the small twists were good. I did like how the term vampire didn't show up too often except with the humans while they themselves called themselves 'strigoi.'
Set in NYC in the 1920s, Gwen Murphy, works to establish herself as one of the first female reporters in the cutthroat newspaper business. She's working a story about a cult of blood drinkers haunting local docks and warehouses. Getting to the "heart" of the matter involves Gwen restoring the reputation of her deceased father who fell from grace as a newspaper reporter following the same story. She also encounters a dark, mysterious man Dorian Gray who can help her navigate the territory of vamp ...more
Jennifer Brown
Made it to page 200 before I quit reading this one. Just couldn't keep my attention.
It's a great premise--vampires in 1920s New York--but Krinard got a bit lost in the telling, adding too many characters and too many twists until the reader is forced to lose interest in either halfway through. To Krinard's credit, though, the premise is far more interesting than most of the paranormal romances on the market now and should be carried through in a series, although with far fewer characters and plot cliches.
Das Ende ist kitschig, aber ansonsten ist das Buch top!
Julie  Garcia

The book was okay it did drag alot. The relationship between Dorian and Gwen happens way to fast. Their relationship was difficult and never coming together until the last five pages.
Didn't particularly like the authors style of writing.
Mar 04, 2008 Haylie rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: ocvd
really cool, w/only a few drawbacks. Dorian kinda got on my nerves a bit! The ending was awesome though!
Didn't like the writing style at all. I didn't even manage to read the first hundred of pages.
Jun 05, 2008 M marked it as discards  ·  review of another edition
Fizzled about 1/4 before the end. Just wasn't going anywhere... so I moved on.
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Trained as an artist with a BFA in Illustration from the California College of Arts and Crafts, Susan Krinard became a writer in 1992 when a friend read a short story she'd written and suggested she try writing a romance novel. A long-time fan of science fiction and fantasy, Susan began reading romance -- and realized what she wanted to do was combine the two genres. Prince of Wolves, her first ro ...more
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Other Books in the Series

Vampire/Werewolf Trilogy (3 books)
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