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Shepherd's Moon by Stacy Mantle
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Mar 10, 12

Read from March 05 to 11, 2012 — I own a copy

This book is not your typical paranormal read. The author has a unique twist to her storyline. It definitely is not your "I want to bite your neck, let's hit the sack" kind of book. The Shepherd can talk to animals/weres but not humans, lives with a variety of shifters whom she is responsible for and does work for a guy who sends her on hunts for rogue shifters. Add a company that is cloning shifters whom she cannot communicate with and chaos ensues. A Nephilim named Tristan only adds to the mix and the verbal sparring is delicious. Ms Mantle's dialogue is smooth as silk and doesn't have the "too often" phrase repeats found in so many books. I found myself thinking, this is like talking to an old friend kind of read. If I could I would give it a 4 1/2 and can hardly wait until the next book comes out. Write fast!
Before closing this review...I would like to thank the author and Goodreads! This was my first "win" in the book giveaways.
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