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Easy to imagine each picture scene and environment as if I was there with them. Rafe is permanent whipping boy, and kept underfed so that he’ll never become a threat even though werehyena females are larger and stronger than the maleswhile Teresa is the battlsta child,’ or as go,den as any child can be in Samara’s eyes.

She is acting as Mebis’ assistant in order to gain field experience, or so she’s told. Jan 13, Rachel rated it liked it.

Her father has retired from the Keepers but her older brother is currently working with them.

I rated the first book a 3. Finn is the little brother of the Beta-in-waiting for his pack. What a lovely family tree! Battjsta a detective operating in the Underworld, J – with her powers of shadow manipulation – is uniquely equipped for the job. Looking forward to reading the final book.


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And this series needs to continue! Love how more people were thrown into the mono, somewhat sad with what happened to Sek, but loved the story, loved how everything came together.

To satisfy her adrenaline cravings—since sword fighting is not widely accepted in these modern times—she rode a motorcycle at ridiculously high speeds, got some tattoos, and took kickboxing and boxing classes.

Oct 20, Ashley Ford rated it really liked it. She wants nothing more than to follow in the footsteps of her father and brother and become a member of the Keepers of Divine Order.

Jackal Moon (Book 2 of the Moon series)

Jacal The Sherwood Wolves 8. Hyena Moon Volume 3 of the Moon Series Description Laila has been pledged to serve the jackal god, Anubis, since she was a child.

After the first book and really liking Kess, I would have liked jeaneyte read more about her and not Liala. Jeanette Battista graduated with an English degree with a concentration in medieval literature which explains her possibly unhealthy fixation on edged weapons and cathedral architecture. A Moon Series short story. See if you have enough points for this item.

May 11, K. We only had a taste of who Finn was in the first book so Jackal Moon gave us a new insight his personality.

Books by Jeanette Battista. Mar 24, Tatiana Chavez rated it really liked jacka. It’s a good book, completely different from the first but still connected, things only get interesting in this book!! I really, really disliked Laila. Jan 11, Maghon Thomas rated it it was amazing Shelves: Oh and Bomani, can we say ‘manipulative’ much? I did see some reviews that made me hesitate but I am glad I went ahead with reading Jackal Moon. During all this poor Finn is trying to batista to his pack that he is more than just the party boy, but at the same time he also still enjoys women and goofing off.


The jeanete cover is quite unique now He locates her and she puts him in his place and I cheered because she did not rely on a man to protect her even though her boyfriend, Carmac wanted to do so.

Jackal Moon

There are YA authors who do a really good job at writing romance scenes without sex. In the end I can only give Jackal Moon 3 stars. As jackzl was, repeating the same scene over and over only caused annoyance as if the author thought the readers might be too stupid to remember the scars or the Marking Ceremony. The potential was there, the storyline was there, but it just fell flat.

This could have been a really awesome book. When her initiation into the Keepers leads her to Miami and pits her against the wereleopard Sekhmet, Laila is cast into a sea of clan intrigue and bitter rivalries.