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Panther Prowling

(Otherworld/Sisters of the Moon #17)

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4.24  ·  Rating details ·  1,124 ratings  ·  73 reviews
We’re the D’Artigo sisters: savvy half-human, half-Fae operatives for the Otherworld Intelligence Agency. My sister Camille is a wicked-good witch with three gorgeous husbands. Menolly is a vampire married to a werepuma. And me? I’m Delilah, a two-faced werecat and a Death Maiden. While the war in Otherworld is expanding, so is my newly renamed PI business. And my next cas ...more
Mass Market Paperback, 294 pages
Published January 27th 2015 by Jove
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Jaime
Jan 31, 2015 rated it it was ok
I would've given it 2 1/2 stars. Galenorn seems bored with the series. Instead of wrapping up the search for the Spirit Seals we are dragged on a filler adventure, one that could've easily been solved in about 20 pages if they had just let the evil Viking go free in the Hags garden. That not one character thought of that blew my mind.
We learn what an incubus and succubus are in this world, but it still hasn't been explained why two people raised in a culture of polyamory can't figure out how to
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Shannon Dyer
Mar 05, 2015 rated it really liked it
Tangential. Nothing of note about the spirit seals. Still, I love spending time with these characters.
Fangs for the Fantasy
Delilah is ready to party – it’s her sister’s Camille’s birthday and Menolly has just managed to re-open her bar; in the lull in the war in the Otherworld they can have a break; a night off

Until their human cousin, Daniel, runs into their bar chased by an angry Viking ghost.

Unfortunately their professional thief relative has acquired a cursed and haunted sword – which comes with a family curse and a whole lot of dangerous haunting and consequences which only his magical cousins are equipped to d
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Dark Faerie Tales
Oct 26, 2015 rated it really liked it
Review courtesy of Dark Faerie Tales

Quick & Dirty: While not connected to the overarching storyline, this book was a fast-paced, entertaining read from start to finish. I did not want to put it down!

Opening Sentence: “Do you think she knows what we’re up to?” Menolly fretted.

The Review:

Life has never been calm for the D’Artigo sisters. After their latest experience, they’re all hoping for some downtime, but fate has other plans in mind. At the grand-reopening of the Wayfarer, their cousin sh
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Kt
Dec 25, 2014 rated it it was ok
Review originally posted on my blog: A Book Obsession..

I've noticed a pattern with this series. I enjoy Camille's installments by far the most, and Menolly's are pretty enjoyable as well. However, Delilah's seem to be very hit or miss for me. I just don't identify with her at all, and despite how long this series has been running, she seems to have made very little progress in character growth. No matter what happens, she just wants to turn tail and hide, and while she doesn't actually do so, th
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Stephanie  G
Jan 28, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Daniel is being chased by a rampaging ghost who seems to be after the sword Daniel somehow procured. The D’Artigo sisters must unravel the history of the sword and stop the bloodthirsty spirit inside from breaking free in this exciting urban fantasy.

Delilah has just re-opened Cat’s Eye investigations and Menolly is having a grand re-opening for the Wayfarer, all the sisters want is one evening to celebrate especially as its Birthday! The reader can’t help but get caught up in the fast paced and
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Darcy
It seems like each book picks up right where the last one left off and after 17 books it's getting hard to believe that the action is that non-stop. What I find funny is that the characters are starting to complain about it too.

Once again it seems like the sisters are becoming more and more important within the Sup world. At some point a book will happen where they won't get some big special power or have a bigger role in the future. This time around both Camille and Delilah found themselves in
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Kathy Davie
May 29, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Seventeenth in the Otherworld/Sisters of the Moon urban fantasy/romance series and revolving around the D'Artigo sisters. This story uses a first-person point-of-view with Delilah as the first person.

My Take
I remember when I first started reading this series and Galenorn came up with the nine seals — only six have been found so far. I had thought this was the underlying conflict that would tie the overall series together and that the series would end after nine or so books. As you can see, I was
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Jen
I really enjoyed this story, but it's *only* getting four stars from me for three reasons.

The first reason is because I only laughed a little on page 167 and I never felt even near tears. . .

But the line that surprised a chuckle out of me? It starts on page 166:
Wilbur...might be crude and lewd, but he was also ruthless and efficient, even if he did like watching Jeopardy with his brother Martin. The ghoul.
*hehehe* :-)

The second reason for my dip in enjoyment is an error. . .a continuity error
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Eva Millien
Feb 02, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Daniel is being chased by a rampaging ghost who seems to be after the sword Daniel somehow procured. The D’Artigo sisters must unravel the history of the sword and stop the bloodthirsty spirit inside from breaking free in this exciting urban fantasy. I just love how the D’Artigo sisters and their extended family members continue to hold me spellbound with every story. Each and every story brings more aspects of the sisters’ destiny to light which keeps readers wondering just what fate has in sto ...more
Becky Dodd
Feb 21, 2015 rated it it was ok
Shelves: urban-fantasy
I'm only still reading these because I finish series that I start....but man these have become dull and a repeated formula of actions. Occasionally there is a slight shift to the order but mostly they feel interchangeable lately. Time for this series to end.
Sabra
Apr 13, 2014 rated it it was ok
Another filler book. I'd probably have given this 3 stars if it wasn't book 17 with still no resolution on the big bad. This story arc is dragging on too long.
Pamela Y.
Feb 15, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Panther prowling

I gave this book four stars because I love this series. The sisters are an amazing group of ladies as well as their mates. I am so glad the focus is still on solving mysteries than just fighting the war. I love trying to figure things out, even though I never do. On another note I could really use less of a description of every place they go. It seems like filler to me and why introduce everyone every book. By book 17, the readers should be familiar with the characters in this se
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Dwayne Tranbarger
Panther Prowling

Thing are changing, Morgaine is lost since hearing Mordride is dead and his body is re covered. Shade is hurt and looses half his powers. But Camille and Delilah have need and work and training. I'm eighth century sword was cursed with a sole.
Nathan
Jul 20, 2018 rated it liked it
The soap opera and tabletop RPG mashup continues.
Tonda
Was good but...

Was a bit slow the first half. Was hard to stick with it. It did pick up eventually and kept my interest.
Kristin
Jul 14, 2017 rated it really liked it
consistent
Nadine Kaelber
Mar 03, 2018 rated it really liked it
Reread and finished March 3, 2018. Actually pretty good, liked this much better, still trying to finish this series.
Kristeen Hughes
Feb 23, 2017 rated it really liked it
Round up to 4.5 stars.
Eva
Feb 27, 2015 rated it liked it
Shelves: read-2017
Okay, I'm simply going to write down my opinion and feelings I had throughout the whole book, this little rant may contain some spoilers.

I did enjoy the start of the book. Everyone was together, the story around the haunted sword seemed interesting, and for some reason I really like Daniel as a character. So far, so good. Then the drama started.
I couldn't care less about the relationship problems of Roz/Hannah, Menolly/Nerissa. Not only that I already have negative feelings about the next Menoll
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Faye
Read: September 2016
Rating: 5/5 stars, best of 2016

Delilah has always been my favourite narrator of the Sisters of the Moon series. I think she is the most down to earth and likeable of the three sisters. As always with Galenorn the action is non-stop from the first page and she manages to include a lot of important plot points, character development and back-story without slowing down the pace, as well as making sure that the majority of the large cast of characters gets some page time. My only
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Dragonwolf Feller
Mar 11, 2015 rated it really liked it
Panther Prowling is the 17th book in the Otherworld series by Yasmine Galenorn. I have always enjoyed reading these but I will say that this was one of the slower ones in it. I know you have those every so often and I wasn't disappointed in the book by any means. It just took me longer to get in to it compared to a lot of the others.

Focusing on Delilah, our Werekitten and Death Maiden, we are taken back to what she used to do as far as the type of story. This one was more a mystery of sorts as w
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Vickie
Jan 26, 2015 rated it really liked it
Panther Prowling begins with the sisters giving Camille a surprise birthday party and the newly rebuilt and renovated Wayfarer, which was destroyed by fire in a previous book. And, wouldn’t you know it? Just as they party is getting started, havoc is wreaked as their cousin, Daniel, runs into the bar being chased and ultimately body slammed by a Viking ghost. Yep………………things got weird quickly. Once they restore order and are able to talk to Daniel, they figure out that they have another mysterio ...more
Jennifer Lowrey
Feb 10, 2015 rated it liked it
Shelves: nook
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Jenevieve
Jan 22, 2015 rated it liked it
Shelves: loaned-out
Review first published on My Blog. Check out all my reviews there.

The 17th book in the Otherworld series by Yasmine Galenorn being told from Delilah's POV. It's the Grand Re-Opening of the Wayfarer and Camille's birthday and the girls are giving themselves a night out to just relax after everything that has been going on lately when their cousin Daniel is thrown across the floor by the ghost of a Viking. When they get the story out of him, it turns out that he was drugged (or spelled) to steal a
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Mel
We're 17 books into the Otherworld series and you're gonna explain how succubi and incubi feed now?! Really?! WTF?! The more of Panther Prowling I read, the more it screams filler to me. Between the drama between Roz and Hannah, Menolly's issues, and this new found need to explain what an incubus is, this book is really starting to piss me off. We readers are not idiots, Ms. Galenorn, nor are the D'Artigo sisters. After years of being around supernatural creatures and having Roz as backup, I ver ...more
Michelle
Jul 04, 2015 rated it liked it
Shelves: various-supes
I feel like I get the same experience from every book in this series lately. It's seems that all of the stories actually revolve around Camille, not the Delilah or Menolly anymore. While there are some developments for Delilah, they are very few and we don't see the consequences of them. Very little about her and Shade and what the changes in Shade will entail. But yet we get the major change for Camille and always talking about her husbands and and even Vanzir's relationship with Camille. We ge ...more
Louisa
Feb 10, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Loved reading this book! It was a bit different, because it's not a Shadow Wing centric story, per say, there's been a few in the series, but they're in the minority! So fantastic to read! And I've almost caught up, yeah!
Levia
Feb 16, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Further growing up developments in this book. I read this after reading a facebook post by my favorite author (of course the lovely Yasmine). Shade loses a part of himself, and Delilah and Camille gain new facets to their identities that they may not want. Everyone is growing changing and becoming who they are meant to be. I would like to see Delilah speak with Morgaine since she was able to see her, but if she was only fated to see her as her old self then at least she knows she is at peace. We ...more
Krissys
Jan 25, 2015 rated it really liked it
Shelves: featured-books, star
Panther Prowling I received a print and digital copy in exchange for an honest review from Jove. Clever, full of sass and wit the D’Artigo sisters are better than ever. Delilah is both a girls and guys kind of chick. She's independant, she's relatable and she's laid back. She has both beauty and brians with just an under current of danger. Although I would have enjoyed more romance, the story isn't without steam or emotion. The magical embrace was well within reach for D and Shade. Including the ...more
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