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Moon Thrall

(LaRue #2)

4.38  ·  Rating details ·  260 ratings  ·  24 reviews

Skye Parrish is living her dream. As a reporter, seeing her name in print is always a thrill, and being able to tell the world about the dangers of the supernatural is an added bonus. Unfortunately, her investigation into the mystical factions of New Orleans has landed her squarely in the sights of some of the city’s most dangerous creatures. In orde
Paperback, 202 pages
Published March 22nd 2015 by DL Grant, LLC
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Jan 31, 2018 rated it liked it
Short story with Skye and Court!
Trish R.
Apr 13, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Gotta love the LaRues and the Chiassons..

So, let me tell you that I love the LaRues but I just can’t see someone who’s supposed to be so “breathtakingly gorgeous” described as having chin length hair that’s parted down the middle. Really? Of all the gorgeous men posted on FaceBook, all the male models or all the male movie stars there was not a one that looked or was described like this. I had to completely revise my image of him in my mind and that was hard to do since you can’t unread somethin
Kathy Wright
Mar 16, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Their family line was cursed by a voodoo priestess generations ago. Now, they work to keep the peace between all the supernatural beings in New Orleans.

Court is fine with the way things are. There's the work in the bar and patrolling New Orleans to keep the supernatural community in line so the humans are safe. That is until a human works to expose them.

Skye wants everyone to know what's out there, how dangerous it is for humans to be blithely walking the streets. That all changes when her lif
Apr 22, 2018 rated it it was amazing
The second book in the LaRue series brings us a reporter on a mission to inform everyone she can of what lurks in the shadows of New Orleans, and the youngest LaRue brother who takes on the mission to stop her from reporting any more of the truth. Their story was quick but didn’t feel rushed. It had action and adventure and the characters really do pop off the page. I always enjoy a DG book and this one doesn’t disappoint. I liked how things developed between Court and Skye. It felt real and bel ...more
May 31, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Court, the youngest LaRue brother gets his book. Court, Kane, and Riley (yup she is still hiding from her brothers) know they need to look into a reporter who is writing about the supernatural. She is getting things right and they know it will put her in danger. Skye has known about the supernatural for a while and believes everyone should know so they can protect themselves. I need to say my heart broke for both Kane and Solomon in this book. Court protective instinct was fast and fierce but I ...more
Jul 11, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Such a good read!!

This book was so much better than the first one in the series. It had a bit more grit and I really loved the romance between Court and Skye. Hot alpha males protecting the women they love are always good to read about but even better when the woman is a strong character deserving of such protection and love. I can't wait to read the next in the series when it is released!
Oct 21, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Skye Parrish wants everyone to know about the supernatural and the dangers that follow, not realizing she's putting her own life in danger. There are those in the supernatural world that would kill to silence her or turn her. Court LaRue a werewolf feels differently and will do anything to save her. ...more
Jul 03, 2018 rated it liked it
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"Moon Thrall" by Donna Grant. Book 2 in the LaRue series.

I liked this story about Court and Skye. The story line was interesting. Court and Skye have good chemistry together. The story flows well. The cast of supporting characters are interesting and likable. The story can be read as a stand alone but I strongly suggest you read the Chiasson series as well as both are strongly connected. The LaRue's and the Chiasson's are cousins and family members from each family show up in both series.

Skye is
Apr 01, 2018 rated it did not like it
Meh. Better than book 1, but pretty bleh. I love her other series but just cannot get into this one. It's like "Dukes of Hazzard meets True Blood" but boooooring. I like some of the characters, but not enough to slog through another predictable story rolling my eyes every time "balls tighten". ...more
Jul 05, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Keeps getting better

Another great book in this series. I look forward to more. Maybe I should read the Chiasson books then I might I have more background on these stories.
I can’t help it. I’m addicted to the LaRue’s and Chiassons and their constant struggles with the paranormal factions in New Orleans. Quick to read, loaded with action and attraction and plenty of insets and descriptions that bring New Orleans to life, this is a great starter series to enjoy what Donna Grant has to offer.

In this story we meet Skye, a reporter who is disclosing specific details about the factions in her new series in the local newspaper. A bit of a fool, she’s convinced herself s
Mar 23, 2015 rated it really liked it
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Skye Parris is a reporter doing a series of stories on the supernatural beings in New Orleans. She knows about supernatual things exsist becasue a vampire killed her roommate. She things that all of these non-humans aren't all bad. She also doesn't realize that writting these reports is putting a target on her back.

Court LaRue is a werewolf. Him and his family keep the peace between the supernatural factions. They read the stuff that Skye has written in the local paper. She comes to thier club t
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Sep 19, 2014 rated it really liked it
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As a news reporter Skye Parrish has found herself any many difficult situations, but her latest story may be the last one she tells.
Court LaRue’s job is to protect the innocent people of New Orleans, but protecting Skye will put everyone in danger.

Skye and Court make a very cute couple. There is a lot more that we learn about the LaRue’s world and why they are, who they are and just how important they are to the world
Kristin & Sue Ellen ~ GirlyGirlBookReviews
I really enjoyed this book! The LaRue's are just too hot! Donna takes us to the magical world of New Orleans, filled with lots of action and lots of all around yumminess that is the LaRue brothers. The LaRue's are the werewolf protectors of the city and are the only ones standing in the path of an evil voodoo priestess, vampires, witches and even a very scary djinn! They have devoted their lives to protecting innocents. Now it's their turn to meet the women that will show them they can have more ...more
Apr 20, 2015 rated it really liked it
I hardly read stories about werewolves, but this series consists of other supernaturals as well like witches, djinn, vampires, and voodoos which makes my reading experience more exciting. Plus, the setting is in New Orleans. For some reasons, the ambience in N'Awlins amplifies the stories of other worldly. The LaRue brothers are werewolves who guard the humans from being abused by any supernaturals in this place. Court is the youngest of the LaRues. He's a player who has no intention of settling ...more
Jun 30, 2015 rated it liked it
This is the second installment in the LaRue series, and the 5th in the whole Chiasson/LaRue lot. I enjoy both families and how Grant has intertwined them. I thought Court and Skye were alright characters, however, I didn't feel their chemistry together as much as I have with the leads in other books in this series. I am still looking forward to Riley's story and enjoyed her part in this book.

All these book so far are novellas.. and this one felt a bit rushed to me. I have the next book lined up
Tina Frazier
Mar 26, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I really liked this book. I am amazed at how Court said he didn't want to fall in love at the beginning of the book until he met Skye. I am happy the Myles and Addison got married and now can't wait to see who the next one will be to fall in love. I am hoping it is Solomon and Minka. I think there is something else to that. I think that Solomon and Minka will be great for each other and I am really hoping that Kane and the other one finds love too. ...more
Nancy L Gavillet

Another great story by Ms. Grant. I've never been disappointed in any of Donna Grant's books. They have kept me entertained, interested and wanting more. Keep on writing and I'll keep on reading.
Michelle Leah Olson
Court's story was full of beautiful tension and I really, really enjoyed it. The story arc for the LaRues and Chiassons continues to grow and I absolutely cannot wait to see what happens next. <3

#Full review coming soon...
Apr 05, 2015 rated it it was amazing
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I want one of these men for my own!!!!!!
Kimberly Walter
Nov 10, 2014 rated it really liked it
Thrilling and passionate. Love this series.
Michelle the Romance Witch
a pretty good story but way to short for me and i was missing something that the other stories had in abundance
Lois Alston
May 14, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition

Good continuation of things in New leans. Shifters abound. Love, fame, and friends fighting for what is right and getting it done.
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