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Devil's Snare (Moonsongs 6)

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Jenny is the latest of her Native American ancestors to take on the role of monster huntress. Armed with her enchanted tribal tomahawk, she's on a quest to rid Texas–and maybe the world–of the dark things that lurk in the shadows and prey on humanity.

In Devil's Snare, the sixth episode of the Moonsongs series, she finds herself a prisoner of an unspeakably evil man with
Kindle Edition, 46 pages
Published June 29th 2015
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Robyn Jones
5+++++ STARS. Before I fangirl over Devil's Snare (my absolute favorite in the Moonsongs series), here's a taste of my first encounter with this story with Blood Fugue...

Jenny does her best to be your typical hostile gaming hermit. Then she opens a seemingly innocuous email. Suddenly she has a living grandfather she believed long dead, commits to doing a favor that involves bullets, and discovers a destiny that will test her tendency to push people away.

Jenny is all sass and toughness as in the
Melissa Maygrove
Yes! This series just gets better and better. The writing is superb and the characters are likeable. Each book has humor, suspense, fuzzy awww moments, sad moments, and edge-of-your-seat thrills. The paranormal aspects are fresh, and the descriptions are very well done. I want more!
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Growing up in small town Oklahoma, there were limits on the amount and types of entertainment at my disposal. Perhaps that’s why I set my imagination free. After collecting degrees in psychology and counseling, life brought me to Missouri, Texas, and Northern California—where I currently read, write, and live. I fill my spare time playing video games, watching movies, planning for the zombie apoca ...more

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