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Moonlight Bleu (Tueri Fated Souls #1)

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Saari Mitchell sees a psychologist in order to understand why-500 years later-she's still dreaming of her dead lover. Her shrink isn't helping, the nightmares come every time she closes her eyes, and the lack of sleep is interfering with her job at Sacred Heart Hospital. With her psychic ability to heal the human spirit on the fritz, her auric radar becomes as reliable as ...more
Kindle Edition, 314 pages
Published July 28th 2010 by Crescent Moon Press
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~ Rose ~ ☯Desert Rose❀
My Review
4 Roses

While reading this book, I found myself easily captivated, pulled into a behind-the-scenes world, set in the not-too-distant future. The plot presented in this book is certainly interesting, and not one I've come across yet. The dynamic between the three main characters, two guys and a girl, is always popular in this genre of fiction. However, the relationship and circumstance between the three in this story is unique, and gives a whole new meaning to “love triangle.” Usually, the girl is put be
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Sarah
Mar 17, 2012 Sarah rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
(I won a copy of this book!)
Saari lives in a place called New Angeles, the place that everyone moved to when California ended up underwater following a massive earthquake on June 18th 2012 (Yikes!).

The year is now 2032, but Saari is no ordinary woman. She was born in the year 1499, and then cursed with immortality by a witch in 1522, who was jealous of her lover. Although Saari knows that she is immortal, she doesn’t know what else she is. She has always had the ability to read people’s aura’s,
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Kate
Dec 31, 2010 Kate rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2011
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Kitty Honeycutt
Oct 20, 2011 Kitty Honeycutt rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
"MOONLIGHT BLEU" BY RENEE REARDON

After losing her one true love, Miko, so many years ago, an immortal healer named Saari is struggling with the memory of what happened and how to get rid of the nightmares that plague her. The year is 2032 and supernaturals have become more prominent in the human world although they still strive hard to keep themselves from being known. Some have found solace in the company of others and some have gone rogue. One of Saari's best friends is Mag, an Egyptian vampir
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Michelle, the Bookshelf Stalker  Queen of the Undead
I genuinely will read any book. I read super fast, so if I do not “like” the book, there is nothing lost but a bit of time. However, I’m a super happy when I read a lesser known book from a small publishing house, and find myself smiling from the enjoyment of reading that book!

Moonlight Bleu was a great Urban Fantasy. Do not mistake it for “erotica.” While there is a tri-mate relationship, this book is not an erotica. It is urban fantasy with romance and it is good.

What I did not like-

Saari-
Saar
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Suzyn Michaels
Jan 12, 2012 Suzyn Michaels rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Moonlight Bleu By Renee Rearden

This book sears..zzz it's way into your psyche very quickly. The Author really brings the characters to life on a whole different level than the vampire and werewolves that have been such a phenomenon .There are beings that have been with us even longer than them and Saari who is the” immortal one” is sure to be with us for a very long time. Her recurring “Dream” about her lover’s murder takes her into the lives of all sorts of supernatural beings like herself but
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Rachel Firasek
Nov 30, 2010 Rachel Firasek rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Great book and such a new and neat idea! I loved this story and the fresh take on the paranormal world.
Among The Muses
When I first opened up Moonlight Bleu, I honestly wasn't sure how I would like it. I think that's a common feeling in readers. But I will say that this debut author, and book, exceeded my expectations!

Even though the very first paragraph completely piqued my curiosity, I will admit that I wasn't sure where things were going during the first few pages. But, wow, was I slowly sucked into this story. It was very different in terms of the books that I personally read on a regular basis, so it was w
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Emily
May 14, 2011 Emily rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: reviewed-books
If I had to pick one word to describe Moonlight Bleu, it would have to be ambitious. Right from the start, the stage is set for a really engaging story with an easy-to-relate-to heroine, a great supporting cast, a pair of eminently likable heroes, and a villain who puts the "eep" in creepy. All in all it adds up to a very fun way to spend an afternoon.

Saari Mitchell has a lot going on. She was cursed with immortality in the same scary magical ceremony in which her lover, Miko, was murdered 500 y
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Home. Love. Books.
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I really enjoyed this book from start to finish, and the number one reason behind my enjoyment of this book rests primarily with originality. I love urban fantasy, I love everything about it. I am a huge fan of vampires, werewolves, shifters, and fae. And when I open up an urban fantasy book I am so ready to jump into one or a couple of those beings worlds. So when an author is able to step out of the box and do some
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Adrienne Scales
May 19, 2013 Adrienne Scales rated it liked it
Took me a while to write this review. I needed to read both books in the series and then I had to let it marinate. I'm weird like that sometimes.

So let's see....this was an interesting story and not one I was sure I would like. That's exactly why I wanted to read it! I'm always pushing the boundaries because I'm getting old and I'm worried that one day I will have missed out on some really good stuff and there just won't be enough time left to enjoy it. Now if I could apply this to trying new fo
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Stephanie  G
Saari Mitchell is a immortal with a tragic past. She has not been able to let go and move on, in all the century’s she has been alive. This then brings her to a physiatrist in order to stop having a reoccurring dream. The dream is of the night her only love was killed and she was cursed with immortality.

In the parking garage on her way to work an early shift at the hospital Saari is attacked by a rouge vampire. Her best friend and vampire Mag, just so happen to be tracking this vampire and got t
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Judy  at Musings and Ramblings
This is the first book in the Tueri Fated Souls series by Renee Rearden. I actually found this book on a Goodreads Read4Review list. It sounded good, so I inquired to the author about the book. She was kind enough to send me a copy for review, even knowing I had a crazy schedule and it might be awhile before I got to it. Boy am I glad that I got to it sooner rather than later. What a great find!

The story begins with our introduction to Saari Mitchell in route to her shrink's office for his help
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Robert Clark
Oct 29, 2013 Robert Clark rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Moonlight Bleu, by Renee Rearden, is a paranormal romance. Sort of. Does it deal with the paranormal? No question about it, and in no uncertain terms. It includes not only many of the standard paranormal beings like vampires, but an assortment of others, some created specifically for this novel.

Is it a romance? Yes, but not a typical one, and the romance element doesn’t dominate or interfere with the rest of the book, although it is one of the driving factors. Also, in Moonlight Bleu, Rearden do
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Michelle Willms
Moonlight Bleu by Renee Rearden

Saari Mitchell, betrayed by her best friend in the 1400s, was forced to watch as her lover was murdered. His murder was used as a sacrifice in a cruel ritual that not only forever deprived Saari of his love, but also cursed her to immortality

Five hundred years later, Saari still has nightmares about the dreadful night her lover was murdered. Each year, before her birthday, the nightmare returns. This year, Saari has begun seeing a psychologist to get to the bottom
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Emily
Nov 13, 2011 Emily rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Book Title: Moonlight Bleu

Author: Renee Rearden

Published By: Crescent Moon Press

Recommended Age: 16+

Reviewed By: Emily Tuley / AngelsCryHavoc

Blog Reviewed For: Great Minds Think Aloud Literary Community

Rating: 4 Ravens

Most times I begin by saying whether or not the book reviewed is in the genre I normally do or do not read. As of late my Genres have been flipping and though I had a love of paranormal romance I had lost my interest when most of the books I had begun to read took on a life of noth
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Nancy
Jan 29, 2011 Nancy rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Saari Mitrchell had lived over 500 years. She was immortal but certainly not a vampire. She was Tueri. It was her birthday and, as always she was planning on spending it with her current batch of friends. Nisa has a special surprise for her, a psychic to possibly help her memory. Each year on the anniversary of her ex-fiancee's death she dreams it all over again. How Miko died, how she was cursed into Immortality. It's getting old and she has high hopes this psychic will help Saari end her dream ...more
Zrinka Jelic
Oct 31, 2013 Zrinka Jelic rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I liked Midnight Bleu by Renee Rearden. It had some good moments, though the story is a typical to those of this genre. A lone woman longs to belong to something, someone... discovers she's a part of this super evolved human(ish) race called the Tueri and not only that she's the "Unknown" she's also the Predecessor and immortal, but that last bit she keeps under a tight seal. As she roamed about five centuries alone she made some powerful allies and is granted safety and entrance into society's ...more
Linda
Jul 11, 2011 Linda rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
She Was Born On May 23, 1499 And Had To Watch The Only Man She Loved Die As She Was Bound To A Tree. Miko Had Promised Not To Leave Her Yet She Was Cursed To Immortality With Never Knowing Love.

The Month Is June, 2032, California Fell Into The Pacific After A Massive Earth And Caused People To Flock To Nevada Causing Vegas To Turn Into New Angeles Saari Mitchell Was Five Hundred Years Old And On The Anniversary Of Miko's Death She Dreamed About His Gruesome Death, She Had No Family To Tell Her W
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Lillian Summers
Oct 17, 2013 Lillian Summers rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
‘Moonlight Bleu’ is set in 2032 near Las Vegas, Nevada in the fictional city of New Angeles. The female character, Saari Mitchell, is centuries old, cursed to immortality. Back in the 1400’s, she was betrayed by her best friend and forced to watch as her lover was murdered. Hundreds of years later, Saari still dreams about the horrifying crime that she witnessed. Unable to cope with the nightmares, she seeks the assistance of a psychiatrist, Dr. Clayton Lytton, but he manages to make the dream w ...more
A Book Vacation
Sep 04, 2011 A Book Vacation rated it really liked it
To be honest, I didn’t know if I was going to like this book, based on the synopsis. I was a little concerned over the love triangle, especially as so many books seem to have them these days, and it all sounded a bit confusing. But, I quickly found out that it’s an amazing book, and I’m really glad I picked it up! Rearden has created a completely original piece, love triangle included, that kept me captivated throughout the entire novel. It’s a very quick read in that it’s extremely interesting, ...more
Jacqueline Bonner
Initially, I didn't think I would like this book. It took me about 50 pages or so to really get into it. Even then, it had a few slow moments. I guess that is normal for first books in a series with a LOT going on. The story revolves around Saari Mitchell and takes place in a not too distant future, in a world that has been rocked by a giant earthquake. With not only vampires and werewolves, but also at least two new breeds - lunates (think Bigfoot) and Tueri (with random powers), to explain, it ...more
Christine Ashworth
Jul 02, 2011 Christine Ashworth rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: anyone who likes paranormal romance.
Just finished MOONLIGHT BLEU by Renee Rearden. Set in the 2030's, it brings a totally new explanation for vampires, werewolves, and other supernaturals that exist, hidden and yet living side by side with humans.

The first few chapters introduce you to all the players. Once everyone is on the same page, the book takes off and is full of dizzying delights and delicious evils. The bad guy is very bad, and the romantic male leads are scrumptious. Saari is an immortal who ends up mated to two very hot
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Denise
Jun 10, 2013 Denise rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I absolutely loved this read it is full of intrigue, murder, mystery, and a plethora of new unusual beings with a unique twist that had me eating up each page. In the beginning the storyline branches out in different directions and I had a couple of moments of huh? However, these eventually converge to complete the picture, and overall it is very well done. The world building is great and there are characters you love and love to hate. I loved Saari, she is smart and savvy and incredibly well pr ...more
Lynda Bester
Jun 15, 2013 Lynda Bester rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Review: Moonlight Blue by Renee Rearden: Oh I loved it, loved it, loved it! Saari, so full of secrets and mystry. And such sexy friends! Vampires. Yeah! The part near the end when they were attacked by that maniac had me on the edge of my seat! The race to stop him with Thanes made my heat pound. And Dhelis and Brogan…oh la la. I really hope they figure out a way to make it work as a three some. Mmm I wonder what would happen if Dhelis and Brogan touch…have they and I just missed it? I will have ...more
David Andrews
Oct 19, 2013 David Andrews rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Saari Mitchell shares an unusually strong bond with two men in post cataclysmic America: Dhelis Guidry, a forensic psychic; and Brogan Vincent, a psychic healer. Add sundry vampires, werewolves, other preternaturals, and a murderous alpha male scheming his way to leadership of his chosen pack by fair means or foul and you have all the ingredients of an engrossing tale.
I enjoyed Midnight Bleu. Renee Reardon writes fluently, if perhaps a little over-reliant on the superlatives, but that is not unc
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Dalene
May 20, 2013 Dalene rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: reviewed-2013
First I would like to thank Renee Rearden for giving me this book for review. There were a couple of spelling errors but not anything that would make reading the book unenjoyable. I really loved the story. Saari is a very strong main female character and I enjoyed her very much. Dhelis matches her heat very much and Brogan keeps her grounded. They make a perfect match all three of them even though it is hard for Dhelis to come to terms with it. They have to come to terms with their match in the ...more
Elizabeth Davies
This is an urban fantasy but is also much more - detective novel, mystery and paranormal romance, all rolled into one. The detective part is dominant, and the romance comes into play much later in the book, when the author sets the main character up for a menage.
The novel is an unusual take on paranormal with entities that are different to the majority of those in this genre.
The reader is given hints regarding the heroine's past, but this is not fully disclosed and the love interest is unresolve
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Traci
Mar 01, 2011 Traci rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This book was written by a good friend of mine. That being said I am going to give a very honest review. I am so impressed with her talent and ability to create such an imaginitive storyline. I found that each chapter got better and better with each page that was turned. The cliffhanger in the end left me anxious and excited for the next book to be released. A great book to curl up next to the fire and read start to finish, once I got started it was hard for me to put it down.
Penelope Marzec
Cursed by a jealous witch, Saari is doomed to immortality, forever mourning the man she had loved five hundred years ago. Raised by strangers, she has no idea who she really is until she meets a man with tri-colored eyes much like her own and learns she is one of the Tueri, a race of beings endowed with special abilities.

This amazing story is filled with fascinating characters and I look forward to reading more about Saari and the Tueri.

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