Master of the Moon

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Master of the Moon
Angela Knight
Berkley, May 2005, $6.99, 336 pp.
ISBN: 0425203573

Verdaville, South Carolina city manager and part time police officer Diana London uses her werewolf nature to help fight crime at night. However, her efforts fail to prevent a homicide from occurring. As she works on the investigation team, King Llyr Galatyn ruler of the Cachamwri Sidhe enters the mortal realm to fight an influx of rogue vampires nesting in Verdaville. Llyr thinks his brother King Ansgar, monarch of the Moreven Sidhe, who wants to commit fratricide, is behind the murder and attacks in the small town.

Llyr is stunned when he meets Diana, a magical creature like him. It is not her magic or her kind use to help humans that shakes his core. He is attracted to her but also knows her as his siren from his erotic fantasy dreams. Diana shares his deep regard as he has been the star of her evening respites. They team up to rid the town of the vampires and uncover the identity of the supernatural killer that Llyr prays is not his sibling.

MASTER OF THE MOON, the sequel to the delightful MASTER OF THE NIGHT, is a wonderful tale that continues the previous tale, but has the strength to stand alone. The story line combines a torrid paranormal romance with an exhilarating police procedural. Fans of romantic fantasy will not find anyone better than Angela Knight who serves up a one sitting keeper.
 
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