St. Martin's Press, Mass Market Paperbound, 9780312389352, 352pp.
Publication Date: March 1, 2011
Kristin Daniels is passionate in her pursuit of the truth. As the host of the television show "Hoax Hunters," she's traveled to the ends of the earth to explore and expose life's most enduring myths. Her latest undertaking is no exception: Kris is bound for Scotland, where she intends to get to the bottom of the Loch Ness Monster legend once and for all. Instead, Kris encounters something far more mysterious... For in the ruins of the lake's Urquhart Castle lies a heavenly creature a sleek, muscled man with a seductive brogue named Liam Grant. One look into his eyes and Kris is already in danger of falling in too deep. Is Liam for real? Or has the spell of the moon touched them both?
PRAISE FOR LORI HANDELAND’S NIGHTCREATURE NOVELS
“Will absolutely rivet you to your chair. Murder, mayhem, humor and horror form a tale that keeps the reader on edge to the very end. Thunder Moon is a well-crafted story that will leave the reader longing to dig into the next Nightcreature book as soon as possible.”—Night Owl Romance Reviews
“Handeland is at the top of her game in this taut thriller. Part detective tale, part supernatural chiller, this is a full-on exciting read.”—Romantic Times BOOKreviews
“Provocative, intense, and rife with creepy beings. The romance is sultry, solid and very intense.”—Romance Junkies
“Handeland has a gift for creating and sustaining a mood throughout her stories that keeps the reader eagerly turning the pages...”—Fresh Fiction
“Eerie atmospherics and dark passion intertwine, making this a truly gripping and suspenseful read.”—Romantic Times BOOKreviews
“What makes the latest in her Nightcreature series stand out is how Handeland paints such a vivid portrait of the Big Easy and its inhabitants. The city itself is a character, not unlike its real-life counterpart…her gift to skillfully repel and attract commands the reader’s attention to the very end and will lure genre readers enamored of paranormal romance or mysteries.”—Booklist