Moon Sworn (Riley Jenson, Guardian, #9)
Some nights never end.Some desires never die. . . . Shape-shifting werewolf and vampire Riley Jenson is through with death—causing it, solving it, surviving it. Her soul mate, Kye Murphy, is dead—and at Riley’s own hands. Not even the seductive embrace of her vampire lover, Quinn, can fully ease... show more
Some nights never end.Some desires never die. . . . Shape-shifting werewolf and vampire Riley Jenson is through with death—causing it, solving it, surviving it. Her soul mate, Kye Murphy, is dead—and at Riley’s own hands. Not even the seductive embrace of her vampire lover, Quinn, can fully ease her mind, for she has begun questioning everything that makes her Riley—including her job at the Directorate.Now, the ritualistically slain bodies of ex-cons have started turning up. Reluctantly, Riley takes the case, but something even worse is waiting in the wings. A vicious enemy from her past is determined to strip Riley of everything that gives her life any meaning: her lover, her brother—and even her own identity. Can Riley survive this ultimate assault? All she knows is, she must fight one last time to find answers, before everything goes dark forever.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: May 25th 2010
Pages no: 395
Edition language: English
Series: Riley Jenson Guardian (#9)
5 Stars is not enough for this book! Keri Arthur blew my mind away with this one. I was getting tired of the same pattern in all Riley's books, but this one!! Haven't saw it coming! By far, the best in the series and with a perfect ending!
The final book of the Riley Jenson series! I am going to keep this review short so as not to spoil anything. Simply to say, this was a very enjoyable series. All lose ends come together for our heroine in this final case the Riley takes on. Her view on packs, family, the directorate and her own ...
Fellow readers gave me soooo many warnings about this book. The conclusion to the much beloved Riley Jenson series. So I was bracing for the worst. Like some kind of gun-ho drama where everyone dies and the lead wakes up in an alternate universe where she is God. (Though those endings might only hap...
It's always a bittersweet moment when you reach the final book in a series you love. There's that sense of sadness that the journey is over but if the author has done it well there is also gratitude that the series is ending on a high note rather than dragging on for too long and ruining things. I...
This book just didn't do it for me, here are some of my problems:1. The whole kidnapping thing, didn't work it felt like the author was trying to hard to make this book epic, which didn't work.2. It didn't tie up all the little lose ends, just left you wondering.3. It was too.... prefect Riley got e...