BOM: Eternal Moon, Rebecca York, Part 2

April 29, 2009 at 9:00 am (Book of the Month Club, General, New Releases, Rebecca York, Reviews) (, , , , , , , , , , )

Sorry for the delay on this posting – for some reason the date didn’t update like we thought it had.

ETERNAL MOON (ISBN: 978-0425227008, Berkley Sensation, April 2009) Good and evil clash down through the ages in a struggle for supremacy. Renata Cordona is the reincarnation of an ancient goddess. Jacob Marshall is a werewolf, a dog whisperer, and her true consort.They have met countless times through the centuries in different lives. And each time, a demon steps into the equation to keep them from fulfilling their destiny. They’ve never been strong enough to fight the ancient evil. But can a werewolf change the equation? Or will they repeat the pattern of destruction and doom humanity along with themselves?

So what did you think, exciting wasn’t it?  Wow!  Did you guess who was on the side of evil in this story?  Now’s the time to give us your opinons, because one lucky person will win a copy of a book from our next monthly focus author, which is Jennifer St. Giles.

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SERIAL WRITER

April 10, 2009 at 5:00 am (Rebecca York) (, , , , , , )

eternalmoon-2001As you know, I’ve got a new book out this week.  It’s ETERNAL MOON, the tenth book in my Moon Series.

How do you keep a series going that long?  For me, it’s a matter of finding a theme that works and fitting in stories.  I mean, I don’t have some grand plan like, say, a season of 24.  You don’t have to start at the beginning of the series to get into each book because each of them is a complete story with a beginning, middle and end and a new hero and heroine.

And, in fact, I didn’t even know I was starting a series when I wrote KILLING MOON.  I just had a story I was burning to tell.  About a werewolf who desperately wanted to fit into humanity but felt alienated by his–uh–hairy problem.  Ross Marshall was the first of my Marshall men.  He’s a private detective who uses his werewolf senses to solve crimes.  And he comes back to play a secondary role in all of my other Moon books.

Megan Marshall, his life mate, was my first heroine who had to be strong enough to stand up to a guy who can change from man to wolf.  Since then, I’ve matched each of my Marshall men with a dynamic mate.  This time it’s P.I. Renata Cordona, who lived in Costa Rica when she was young.  And I had a wonderful time working in details from my trip to Costa Rica in 2007.

The story starts with Renata on an undercover assignment to lure out a serial killer who has been murdering female real estate agents.  A vicious pack of dogs is about to attack her when a lone wolf makes them stand down.  Minutes later, Jacob Marshall materializes and, with his electrifying touch, Renata suddenly knows the truth. Jacob is her life mate. Yet Renata is a woman who guards her heart because everyone she has ever loved has died a horrible death.

As Renata and Jacob discover, she’s the reincarnation of an ancient goddess, and he’s her consort.  Down through the ages, they’ve met again and again, only to be destroyed by a malicious demon.   Is werewolf Jacob Marshall the key to breaking the ancient curse that hangs over them?  Or will the evil stalking them through time destroy them both?

What do you want to see in the life mate of a werewolf?   What kind of woman can hope to tame these alpha males who can’t walk away from a good fight–especially with each other?

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BOM: Eternal Moon, Rebecca York

April 5, 2009 at 9:00 am (Book of the Month Club, General, New Releases, Rebecca York, Reviews) (, , , , , , , , )

ETERNAL MOON (ISBN: 978-0425227008, Berkley Sensation, April 2009) Good and evil clash down through the ages in a struggle for supremacy. Renata Cordona is the reincarnation of an ancient goddess. Jacob Marshall is a werewolf, a dog whisperer, and her true consort.They have met countless times through the centuries in different lives. And each time, a demon steps into the equation to keep them from fulfilling their destiny. They’ve never been strong enough to fight the ancient evil. But can a werewolf change the equation? Or will they repeat the pattern of destruction and doom humanity along with themselves?

While watching one of my favorite paranormal shows on television, I pondered the question, do demons have purpose, other than to create dispair and chaos?  Can they latch on to one soul and travel with them, through time and space, fighting destiny itself,  until they fulfill that purpose? Are they never really exorcised then?

Rebecca York answers that question and more in her new book Eternal Moon.  She creates a captivating paranormal romance with a scenic latin flare. Mixing several paranormal species into a sizzling, erotic, fantastic, mystery that had me sitting on the edge of my seat turning pages with supernatural speed!

Goddesses, werewolves, and demons, oh my! With all that’s packed into this story, who needs flying monkeys?

Put on your sparkly red shoes and check it out for yourself and give us your opinons, because one lucky person will win a copy of a book from our next monthly focus author, which is Jennifer St. Giles.  I’ll follow you down the yellow brick road and be back at the end of the month for comments!  There’s no place like home, There’s no place like home.

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