Leopard Moon How do you disappear when you come from a family of predators A wereleopard Kess is forced to flee her home and family in Miami once her brother s obsession with her turns violent She runs from city

  • Title: Leopard Moon
  • Author: Jeanette Battista
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  • Page: 163
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  • How do you disappear when you come from a family of predators A wereleopard, Kess is forced to flee her home and family in Miami once her brother s obsession with her turns violent She runs from city to city, trying to stay one step ahead of the investigators her family has dispatched to bring her home Kess ends up in the mountains of North Carolina and attracts the atteHow do you disappear when you come from a family of predators A wereleopard, Kess is forced to flee her home and family in Miami once her brother s obsession with her turns violent She runs from city to city, trying to stay one step ahead of the investigators her family has dispatched to bring her home Kess ends up in the mountains of North Carolina and attracts the attention of Cormac, a young man with a secret of his own As she attempts to live as normal a life as her were nature allows, her brother Sek continues to hunt for her He believes she is the key to revitalizing their weakened clan and is driven to extreme measures to ensure their continued existence As Kess relationship with Cormac deepens, Sek closes in, threatening Cormac s life and Kess freedom.When the moon rises, the hunt is on.

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    One Reply to “Leopard Moon”

    1. Nah, my eyes must be deceiving me That is not the girl from the Fallen cover, not at all! It's just another girl doing the exact same pose, with the exact same dress and hair What the hell were they thinking.Now that I got that out of my system, looking at summaryEeeks, the brother? What's he gonna do? Mate with her? Please don't tell me he is trying to mate with her

    2. Two things come to mind when I see this book cover.1)Really? Are they fucking serious? Did they really think that no one would make the connection between this and?2) Are those her boobs on her back?

    3. Listen up my bitchin' peeps! And listen good.Despite this god awful cover with the bland colours, the overused idea of a girl in a dress and some serious spinal mutation for the girl, this book was actually good. Like, not even the really good sort of book but ZOMG WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN ALL MY LIFE type of good.I’ve read this book a while ago, but it stuck with me. It’s that good. I was so surprised when I started reading it and found out that this book wasn’t a carbon copy of others out the [...]

    4. Leopard Moon was an average YA novel with an average plot and just average characters, except for one character in particular. The writing was simple and unexaggerated and the storyline was less than thrilling. That said, I made it to the end of the book and that should count for something.Kess, the main character, sometimes made me want to throw up. She was so self-pitying sometimes and the fact that she hated herself and stated so several times throughout the book almost made me want to throw [...]

    5. Such a good read. I was a bit sceptic at first than I read the first chapter on amazon and I knew i had to finish reading it. It was so good, it kept me so engrossed that I felt like I was in the story.Okay the story: Kess Saroyan is wereleopard running away from her brother and father's private investigators. After almost being caught in California, she fleed towards the east landing in North Carolina. Where she make plans to rebuild her money before her father and brother can catch her scent a [...]

    6. I'm really glad I signed up to review this for Bitten by Books. It was very good. I love shifter romance and I like that this is on the clean side. Even without love scenes, I felt the bond between Kess and Cormac and this was really intense. The shifting aspect was very well done. I look forward to reading the rest of this series.Reviewed for Bitten by Books. bittenbybooks.

    7. I'm a big fan of strong female leads and Kess doesn't disappoint. She's tough and badass but just fallible enough to remain believable. It would be easy to insert yourself into her character if you also morphed into leopard form.Cormac, her eventual guy, and his two buds/cousins are rowdy and fun. They're actually werewolves but they're nothing like tales past. The werewolf clan was enjoyable to read about and you can see why Kess liked him/them as well.Sek, the brother, is horrible in that awfu [...]

    8. When wereleopard Kess is attacked by her own brother, she flees knowing she is no longer safe in her home. Heading from one town to another hoping not to be captured, Kess never feels she can truly relax. When she arrives in the mountains of North Carolina, she feels at ease at least for a little while. Meeting Cormac was not in her plans, but his tenacity with wanting to get to know her has her wishing she could act on her feelings. Cormac is not all that he seems though and once he realizes Ke [...]

    9. No offense but the only reason I clicked the book is because of the cover. You know, Fallen. Very familiar. I just wanted to see, I mean read other people's opinion on the similarity.But here I am, wanting to read the book after reading the synopsis.April 21, 2013Know what? I'm actually glad this book has a similar cover with Fallen because it wouldn't have caught my interest if it didn't. Great job Battista! You totally threw me off! This piece was totally unexpected.

    10. Shapeshifters and a romance? Hell yeahhhhhhh. The story held a lot of potential to be great-- there are clans, there are packs, there are tensions rising and threats on the horizon. But ultimately, Leopard Moon was very limited in scope and played out more as a thriller romance than a kick-ass urban fantasy like I wanted and expected. Don't get me wrong. I loved Cormac, totally book boyfriend material and the sweetest cinnamon roll. The romance developed slightly fast although I genuinely enjoye [...]

    11. When I first saw this, I thought to myself "Oh, no, not another were-creature girl rebelling against authority and striking out on her own!"But when I started reading, it was nothing like Barnes' "Raised by Wolves" or Rachel Vincent's "Stray." It reminded me more of the quiet, dwelling on relationships and feelings-of-becoming of Maggie Stiefvater's "Shiver" than the tough-as-nails werewolves of those other books.I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed this take on were-creatures. I wou [...]

    12. I really do enjoy a good shifter story. Doesn’t really matter what kind of shifter either. The premise of leopard shifters, sold me on reading this one. This book features a seventeen year old girl, Kess, and nineteen year old boy, Cormac. However I wouldn’t considerate it a true YA book-perhaps ages 16 up would be more appropriate due to some of the subject matter and violence.Kess has run away from her family and leopard clan. The reason? Her crazy brother’s decision that leopards should [...]

    13. I have to say what drew me to want to find out more about this book was the cover, it is absolutely stunning, I think the fact that you are unable to see the face of the girl makes it all more intriguing because you just want to know who that girl is, and why does it seem that she is hiding from something, or in the case of our main female, running from. After reading the synopsis I was hooked, I HAD to read this book. After the first few pages I was mesmerized because I couldn’t put it down, [...]

    14. I think I've read too many shapeshifter books now because I've realised that most of them are pretty much the same. The only thing that I found a little different is that the main character herself is a shifter, and the dramatic relationship she has with her brother is risky to write about. Other than that everything is average and incredibly predictable.However I would definitely recommend this to someone new to books about shapeshifters. There is a romance but there's no more than kissing and [...]

    15. I was on werewolf Spreewhen i read this book. was definitely an interesting read!Kess is running away from her family,her wereleopard pack and especially her brother Sekwhose only aim is continuation of pack with pure blood even if it crosses limitsKess founds herself running and finally settling in a townwhere she meets cormaca werewolf.ough their both nature are against ey both fall for eachother.Kess founds the love,security,safety in cormac n his pack and she wishes everything to remain same [...]

    16. This was very interesting. I have to say that I loved that Kess's brother Sek has a POV. He was so unstable that it made reading his thoughts very interesting. Kess left her clan because of her older brother Sek. Sek is not right in the head and thinks that he is in love with her and one night tries to force himself on her. So fought him and escaped and has been on the run for a little over a year.I think this story was faced paced and at times sweet but with a hint of madness. I loved all the W [...]

    17. I really enjoyed this book. Ms. Battista is an amazing author about were/shifters. Kess was a very likable, strong character. You wanted her to find a new life and escape the Hell she lived with in her family's were-leopard home.I am not sure if I will continue, because I see that the next book is about someone else. But later Kess comes back into the picture and I don't want to get too wrapped up in all other people's business if I only care about Kess' life. We shall see though.

    18. This is my new favourite series!! I loved, loved, loved this book! The story is about Kess, a wereleopard, who is forced to flee her home and family in Miami once her brother’s obsession with her turns violent. I loved Kess. I loved Cormac. Cormac is perfect, if he was real I would want him to be my boyfriend! I cannot wait to read the next one!

    19. There's something achingly familiar aboutDaniel Grigorithat cover. *hint hint*Whatever, I'll try to read this one tho :D

    20. Another freebie I got from 's Kindle list that ended up hooking me! Now on book 2 in the series! This author is very talented!

    21. I absolutely loved reading this book.This is book is very good and the series also is good.Its a damn 'Goodread'.

    22. Enjoyable first in this series. It's hard to find a shifter book that differs from the rest but Leopard Moon did just that.

    23. Great spin on the werecreature tales. I liked the mix of all the different animals used as weres in this book. I look forward to the next book in the series.

    24. I like that there were different were creatures instead of just wolves. The book was good - it didn't wow me or anything, but it held my interest

    25. Okay, so this book technically wasn't on my 'to read' list but it was $1.04 on Barnes and Noble and I just couldn't pass it up. I found this book on a while back. It was apart of a list on that used the same stock photos This one shared a cover with Fallen, the book that has caused me to turn away from Fallen Angels in the Paranormal/Supernatural genre.So I've been on a kinda big paranormal kick lately. Maybe it's my insane need to go back to writing Promise Anyway, for those of you who haven' [...]

    26. Shape Shifters Was a good read. I enjoyed the characters and the names the author gave to the characters. The only thing I would like to see is more care taken in sentencing. Books are coming out with little to know care about proofing and sentence structure. Please pay more attention to such details

    27. Read as sample on my Kindle. I went into this not knowing anything about it & it was honestly so intriguing. Definitely going to pick up the full version of the book in the future.

    28. LeopardWell written and entertaining. Just missing something not a bad book just not for me I hope you enjoy it

    29. Leopard MoonORIs That a Cougar In Your Pocket Or OHSHITWEREBEAROkay, first, there is a scene, and I must pick it apart. Consider this scenario:So you are a guy and you have made general flirtatious overtures to a girl that have been met with mixed messages. She seems to enjoy your company, but you've only hung out a handful of times and don't know each other very well yet. You are done for the day and walking home when you spot her through the window of a laundromat where she is reading and pres [...]

    30. Kess is the last born to the were leopard clan. Her father is the alpha. When her mother dies her dad is consumed with grief and keeping their Florida territory. Kess's older brother Zek raises her. On Saturday's he makes her pancakes. He's the one who puts her to bed at night and reads her bedtime stories. He was brother/father. When she was 17 she found out as he tried to rape her, that he also wanted her as his mate. He believes that only through the mating of close family members will the le [...]

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