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Hunt the Moon by Karen Chance
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Mar 05, 2011

liked it
bookshelves: paranormal-romance-urban-fantasy

May come back to this series once it's finished. I find all the time travelling difficult to follow and Cassie is driving me insane.
I prefer Mirsea over Pritkin and I can't stand the drawn out love triangle any more. Cassie needs to start acting like a grown up.

I love the Dorina Basarab series, however. I'll keep reading those.


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Karen Chance
“You know, dulceata, there are times when I truly believe you are the most frightening person I know.
Thank you?”
Karen Chance, Hunt the Moon

Karen Chance
“And even then, it's not like you did all that much," I said, talking over him, because it was the only way to get a word in edgeways with Pritkin sometimes.
He had filched the bottle back to take a drink, but at that he lowered it and looked at me, his eyes very green next to the amber liquor. "What?"
"I just meant, it wasn't all that and a bag of chips. You know?"
He blinked at me.
"No offense," I added, because he was looking kind of poleaxed. Like maybe he hadn't had a whole lot of complaints before. Which was, frankly, pretty damn understandable. But I feigned indifference. "I mean, it couldn't have been that bad if -"
"Well, not bad bad."
He just looked at me.
"I mean, I came and everything, so that has to count for some -"
I cut off because I was suddenly enveloped in a strong pair of arms, and my head was crushed to a hard chest. A chest that appeared to be vibrating. It took me a few moments to get it, and even then I wasn't so sure, because Pritkin's face was buried in my hair. But I kind of thought - as impossible as it seemed - that he might be ... laughing?”
Karen Chance, Hunt the Moon

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