Read Jackal Moon (Book 2 of the Moon series) by Jeanette Battista by Jeanette Battista by Jeanette Battista for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the. Laila has been pledged to serve the jackal god, Anubis, since she was a child. She wants nothing more than to follow in the footsteps of her father and brother. Read “Jackal Moon (Book 2 of the Moon series)” by Jeanette Battista with Rakuten Kobo. Laila has been pledged to serve the jackal god, Anubis, since she was.
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I really enjoyed this story. Oct 13, Zena L. I rated the first book a 3. We hattista spend too much time, for my taste, in the head of the villain Samara, a werehyena who is truly callously evil for me to completely bond with Laila and Finn, and I was a little disappointed we didn’t get the satisfying conclusion to their story at the end of this book, but as other reviewers have mentioned, this book seems to be setting up for the next one in terms of plot and character development.
And this series needs to continue! I was delighted to find the characters in the first book were continued in the second. The quakes continue, the Another good story with an interesting arc, and some creative confusion and tension at every turn. Jun 15, Tina rated it really liked it. Plus we had the added new characters of Laila and Samara which battusta have their own stories to tell which captivate the imagination. Rehashing the same event was excessive. Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping.
Yes No Thanks for your feedback! All the characters are pretty well written, as well as the world in which it takes place. May 11, K. She spent a summer in England and Scotland studying the historical King Arthur, which did nothing to curb her obsession.
I really like Rafe as a sub character and hope to see him again n book 3, maybe a main character focus. I really, really disliked Laila. This series has got me completely wrapped around its little finger!
She is a much more in your face, I don’t take anyone’s crap kind of character. A good solid number 2 book. Given her past it would have been easy for her to shy away from the dealings in Miami but she didn’t and I loved how she stood up to Samara.
Jackal Moon (Book 2 of the Moon series)
I really, really would have liked it if we’d gotten to see more of werejackal society and structure, but we don’t. At least this book is quite interesting than the first one Overall a fun, easy read. The main plot of this book is wrapped up nicely, with a looming plot for a third book. Although Finn had to have the carrot dangling on a stick before he got started. After years of training she finally gets her chance to the keepers that she has bqttista it takes.
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battiata Very good read, engaging story and it made me want to continue with this series. I love when that happens! The focus on romance is much, much less in this one, which is good. I was interested in all the characters and the plot really picked up and left me wanting more in the series.
The pairing of him and Liala After the first book and really liking Kess, I would have liked to read more about her and jjeanette Liala. Mar 24, Tatiana Chavez rated it really liked it.
The story line continues to carry me along and hasn’t become dry or boring so I look forward to jeanettte the third book to see what the author has written next. Their blossoming relationship and the challenges Kess faced as the pa Jackal Moon is the second book in the Moon series.
The focus here is on what’s going on in Miami. Book One of the Red Ridge Pack. So she spends all her time in a dojo training. She’s honest and loyal and I liked that about her.
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I was thinking that I might not like it like I did the first jackla but it was good and nice read but also setting up for the next book which I can’t wait to read. This includes a werehyena, Samara. Jeanetye All Customer Reviews.
Symbol of Beauty and. An Unkindness of Ravens. Again, I can’t rave about the book as I would some of my favorite urban fantasy reads, but it is definitely growing on me, and I do plan to read the 3rd book, Hyena Moon. So the aspect of assassins, especially an unstable, impulsive assassin like Laila, really reduced my enjoyment of this story. Author has a fantastic character building quaility. Moon-Tide Lone March 5. Very captivating and compelling with enjoyable good and bad Characters that were easy to identify with and we’ll aligned with their Were nature if they were Were.
New Orleans’ energy eddied in the dark pools, laying trapped beneath huge trees and moving in a slow current like the Mississippi itself” The snarky banter that was such fun among the werewolves is present in smaller bits in Jackal Moon.