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Midnight Moonrising by [Haigwood, K. S., Conley, Anne]
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Mena wants the Master Vampire of Montgomery, Alabama, but the wolf inside her wants the human homicide detective working the case of the man she murdered.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 754 KB
  • Print Length: 456 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: K. S. Haigwood; 1 edition (25 July 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B012L5AWEK
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #380,700 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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A smooth continuation of the prequel, Midnight Moonrising is her best work yet. Mena finds she must negotiate for control of her own body with the wolf that lives within her. She also learns someone within her pack has betrayed her. The question though, is whether at least one of the betrayers has stayed behind to work against her from within.

Her wolf has taken an almost immediate interest in the police detective investigating the death of her husband. Mena doesn't share her interest. In fact, she'd much rather be making the with Phoenix, master of the local vampire clan. Mena wants to change the rules that werewolves and vampires have lived by since they were created. Not everyone is on board with this.

Haigwood has brought a new twist to the werewolf genre. A new shifter must name their wolf within of being bitten or their wolf inside would begin to take over. Mena just knows her wolf is hiding something, but what is the one thing she won't share. There's more, but that would just spoil the fun if I gave it away here. Needless to say, from the moment Mena learns this, the tension just ramps up and time is running out.

Haigwood has once again delivered a beautifully executed story. Her characters continue to develop both in the history each has and their dreams going forward. Once again, there's everything you've come to expect in any story with her name on the cover.

I received the book late Monday evening and read it until I left work. Got home, read until I couldn't see straight (about 1:30am). Got up yesterday morning and finished the book. Yeah, it was that good. I had to sit back and absorb what I'd read for a bit before I could comment on it.

So what do I think? Impeccably written. Beautiful editing.
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Title :                 Midnight Moonrising
Author :             K.S. Haigwood & Ann Conley
Reviewed by :   Stephanie Jordan
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This was a really loooonnnngggg novel.
After reading so many short one it was hard to read these more than Sixty Two chapters.
I'm counting on you to fall in love with
Mena, as I have. This is one strong and powerful women.
Mena Hoke buried her husband of twelve years, Marc and realized she didn't know him at all, didn't know his secrets. Marc was a werewolf and an Alpha! Because Chris bit her she became a werewolf and then Mena killed Marc now she's the Alpha. Alpha to a Pack of werewolves Mena didn't even know existed let alone be there alpha in fact what does an alpha do?
To Mena ,Phoenix, The Vampire King of Montgomery is starting to rub off on her and slowly she's falling in love with him.
But then there is Alex Rhodes the detective who is trying to solve Marc's murder. Plus then we have Ace, Alpha to the Pride, yep all these men want something to do with Mena. Who will she pick? I was gifted this ARC for an honest and truthful review.
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5.0 out of 5 stars One complicated affair but what a thrill of a ride 29 July 2015
By Jean Smith - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I didn’t want to put Midnight Moonrising down but alas I had to sleep at some point. This story was intriguing and unique, at least for me. I don’t recall ever reading a romance with a similar story line. If you haven’t picked up the prequel, Accepting the Moon it’s free and while you don’t need it to read this story it certainly wouldn’t hurt to read it first.

In Midnight Moonrising Mena has recently been forced to kill her husband in self-defense, in the process she was bitten. Now having accepted the moon and fighting off a challenger she is the acknowledged Alpha, Queen of her pack. But life isn’t a smooth ride from there out. Mena is swift falling for the Vampire King of Montgomery, Phoenix and as swift as she is falling her wolf is setting up road blocks. Mena has to contend with her wolf’s very real threat to kill the man she is coming to love. In the meantime pack protocol requires that she select a new beta before the next full moon rising. A few contenders would be one thing but she is presented with over twenty. Were that not enough, her wolf has decided that she has her heart or ambitions are set on the homicide detective, Alex who is assigned to her husband’s murder investigation. Talk about a conundrum. One, need I say it again… he’s human. Two, oh yeah he’s assigned to her husband’s murder… Oh duh, can anyone say prison sentence? Life gets really challenging for this ménage-quartet. I mean physically there are three of them but mentally it’s a whole other ball game. Add to this a rogue faction in the pack that are out for vengeance and a take over and you are set up for plenty of action, sexual tension and suspense to last well beyond this book.

This story was presented in an interesting blend of Mena in first person and the third person perspectives of the other characters including some of the secondary characters and it totally worked. When I first started reading about Mena I had to wonder if she was a bit wishy washy and weak as everyone seemed to want to walk all over her and take over. You find out fast though that Mena is anything but weak. She can’t stand having others make decisions for her or act in her stead without consulting her and let’s just say she is damned adamant about letting them know it. Even as strong willed as she is its questionable if she has the will to conquer her wolf.

The chemistry between Phoenix and Mena is off the charts. While Mena respects and cares about Alex he really doesn’t trip her trigger in the least. It’s too bad she can’t convince her wolf of the same. Being trapped in her head while the wolf goes after what she wants really sends up some conflicts all around. Then there is Alex who really is a standup guy who is just a bit clueless to what is going on around him. Even so it was interesting to watch him and the wolf “dance.” Let’s just say Alex certainly know how to use his handcuffs. Having had a crush on Mena since high school, it takes very little for Alex to fall head over heels in love.

Phoenix was a total skeptic when it came to love as the story began. Watching him fall deeper and deeper under Mena’s spell was gratifying. Here is this centuries old vampire who thinks love is just an emotion that will pass quickly in and out of your life. So why not go with it when it’s there and let it go when it’s gone? Life has a few serious lessons for this boy. I seriously liked Phoenix. He is definitely an alpha male. He’s been a leader for so long he forgets to ask permission or consult with others. He can be selfish and a bit of an ass at times but he is definitely lovable.

This story had several challenging story arcs and was well put together over all. I really enjoyed it whether I was ready to cry as my emotions were touched or ready to curse at characters or when things didn’t go the way I thought they would. While this story definitely had an end it certainly opened the door to more in the future so I’m really glad the authors have planned a sequel and perhaps more in a series. More than just the main characters I was intrigued by the secondary characters as well. I would highly recommend this one as a great start to a new series.

I was given this ARC in exchange for an honest opinion.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An Entertaining Roller Coaster Ride 7 October 2015
By Emerald Delmara - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Midnight Moonrising is quite a roller coaster ride, right from the very first page.

Accepting the Moon, the prequel, introduces the world that Mena inhabits, complete with vampires and werewolves, even though she was completely clueless to that little fact. When the story moves into Midnight Moonrising, it opens at Mena's dead husband's funeral, which coincidentally she killed, but every "human" not aligned with the pack or the vampires is unaware of that fact.

From there, the story moves right along into pack dynamics and how the vampires fit into this new warless era, now that Mena has announced that her pack will no longer be a part of the vampire vs. werewolves war. It is quite fast paced, which is something to enjoy when it comes to the complex interconnected workings of Mena's story.

I also have to admit that I couldn't stop smiling when Phoenix popped into the story. I absolutely love his character, and he just gets hotter in this book. Which I wasn't sure was possible, but I'm so happy to be proven wrong.

When the theory of a Moonrising wolf was introduced into the story, I was a bit taken aback, which I'm sure was Conely's and Haigwood's intention. I had thought that each werewolf was able to talk to their wolves and that it wasn't a big deal. I was completely wrong, and I was actually glad about that. If there is one thing this book isn't, it isn't unpredictable in the least.

When Ace was brought into the story line, I couldn't stand him. I love the thought of Phoenix and Mena together, so I was quite upset at the realization that Ace was going to tear them apart. Honestly, I believe he'll try to do it even if it kills him. Anyways, I'm really not a fan of Ace, no matter how sweet he is to Mena, because I feel like he his motives for his actions are typically rooted in personal gain. But who knows, I could have my mind changed in the sequel. Maybe. I do have to say that I enjoy how he shakes things up a bit. That much of him is entertaining.

Overall, this book is one that you can't put down from start to finish. I have to applaud Conely and Haigwood on their mastery of this roller coaster of a book, because it certainly kept me hooked. I cannot wait until the sequel comes out.

*I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Her best book to date 3 December 2015
By Joyce Wetherbee - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
A smooth continuation of the prequel, Midnight Moonrising is her best work yet. Mena finds she must negotiate for control of her own body with the wolf that lives within her. She also learns someone within her pack has betrayed her. The question though, is whether at least one of the betrayers has stayed behind to work against her from within.

Her wolf has taken an almost immediate interest in the police detective investigating the death of her husband. Mena doesn't share her interest. In fact, she'd much rather be making time with Phoenix, master of the local vampire clan. Mena wants to change the rules that werewolves and vampires have lived by since they were created. Not everyone is on board with this.

Haigwood has brought a new twist to the werewolf genre. A new shifter must name their wolf within two days of being bitten or their wolf inside would begin to take over. Mena just knows her wolf is hiding something, but that is the one thing she won't share. There's more, but that would just spoil the fun if I gave it away here. Needless to say, from the moment Mena learns this, the tension just ramps up and time is running out.

Haigwood has once again delivered a beautifully executed story. Her characters continue to develop both in the history each has and their dreams going forward. Once again, there's everything you've come to expect in any story with her name on the cover.

I received the book late Monday evening and read it until I left work. Got home, read until I couldn't see straight (about 1:30am). Got up yesterday morning and finished the book. Yeah, it was that good. I had to sit back and absorb what I'd read for a bit before I could comment on it.

So what do I think? Impeccably written. Beautiful editing. Great characters (my favorites are Mena and Phoenix) and a few things I've not seen in shapeshifter stories. There is no "down time" in this book; something is always going on. She grabs you and there is no letting go. If you've read her work before, you are going to just love this series! If Haigwood is a new author for you, get the prequel, Accepting the Moon. Although only 70 pages, it's definitely worth taking the time to read.

There were a couple of places where the wording was a bit awkward, but not enough to create any major hiccup in the reading. I found one error missed by her betas and editor. Not a big deal, but it does mean I can't give her five stars. Ohh, but I really want to. As it is, 4 stars isn't a bad thing. Can't wait to see what happens in the next book.

I was gifted a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Sooooooooo good but soooooooo long :) 15 October 2015
By Sarah Greenwood - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
OMG I’m not even sure where to begin with how good (and very complex) this story is. If you are looking for a quick read then hold off from this one until you have a free day, as there are 62 chapters in this baby. It is the type of book where if you have to put it down, because say you have to go to work, you will be thinking about it the whole day until you can get back to it to see how it plays out. The story is told from lots of peoples perspectives so you get a really complex view on how it all plays out for each of them, just keep note of who’s head you are in at the time. Now I found out that there is a prequel to this book but if you haven’t read it I don’t think it matters, you will just have a bit of a head-ups with who some of the characters are.

So Mena has had a bit of a rough week, finding out your husband of 12 years has been hiding the fact that not only is he a werewolf but Alpha of the Montgomery pack and been having an affair would be enough to make anyone feel a bit crazy. Then have said husband bite you making you a werewolf too and have to shoot him before he kills you, ultimately making you the new alpha of the pack, would be putting an end to the week from hell.

Things then just go from bad to worse; the wolf in her head is giving her grief and seems to want the one person she shouldn’t, Alex the cop assigned to catch her husbands murderer, her vampire boyfriend Phoenix wants to protect her but untimely ends up trying to control her instead causing issues, pack members are challenging her for the right to be alpha (so its kill or be killed), throw in the fact that others in her pack are trying to kill her for revenge before she has even been a werewolf for a few days and you can see that things are only going to get worse before they get better.

Both the men in her life are wanting a part of her and with her wolf taking over more she has to make a deal with the devil, so to speak, to protect the one she loves. If she lets the wolf have her fun with Alex she will let her see Phoenix without taking over and hurting him, which is all Mena cares about. The chemistry and passion between Mena and Phoenix comes right off the page, you can see why they are great together, and so you do feel a bit weird when Alex gets to be all over Mena when the wolf is in control. You want to shout at her ‘Come on girl get a back bone and show that wolf whose boss’.

You are taken on such an emotional rollercoaster throughout this book and you are literally thinking what else can be thrown at Mena to keep her from being safe with the one man she really loves, Phoenix. You will be laughing at times, get hot passion thrown at you, get angry and then feel like you are breaking yourself with the emotional turmoil that Mena has to over come. Only time will tell whether she will get through it all and whom she will be with at the end of it. Phoenix tells her that she will be happy at the end of all this but he doesn’t say who she will be happy with.

So you have vampires, wolf shifters, lion shifters (now Ace coming into the mix is interesting) and witches making this one hell of a complex journey that you can’t wait to find out what happens next.

I received this ARC from Give Me Books for my honest review.
https://readingnook84.wordpress.com/2015/07/31/release-blitz-and-review-midnight-moonrising-by-k-s-haigwood-and-anne-conley/
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars SERIOUSLY??? This has never happened to me before. 1 August 2015
By Amelyn Randall ~ Double-Edged Words Book Blog - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I AM TEAM EVERY-FREAKING-BODY and I don't know what to do with that. It's never happened before (ALMOST in the Sookie books, but I ended up being on one team by the end). I have a massive bookhangover, and I pity the author I am reading next. Kristie Haigwood made me fall in love with three (no, make that four...more about him later) hot alpha-type men. I've been able to narrow that down to two, but I don't know WHO I want for our heroine! I think for a second I know, and then I turn a page and, nope. It's the other. Love the one you're with? Seriously, I don't know how I'm going to wait for Andromeda's Reign, the next book in the series. I think I need to tie Kristie down until that book is published. I NEED it.

Mena NEEDS one and WANTS another. The one she needs, needs her back. The one she wants, wants her back. They both love her. I think I remember her expressing love to someone, but it wasn't either of them. It was an amazing friend who gets his day in this book.

Speaking of him, he's the fourth one I fell in love with, and I'm BEGGING you, dear Kristie, to give the wolf with his sorta-human love interest their own book...at LEAST a novella. Pleeeeeeeeease?

Okay, back to the main characters. There is no cliffhanger, but you will be left needing the next book like your next breath. Thankfully, you are given a sneak peek into it, as well as a look inside a few other books by KH and Anne Conley (who really added some AWESOME steam to this book...I hear she wrote the sexy parts).

Oh! Oh! I almost forgot! There's a prequel to this book called Accepting the Moon. If you've already read it, there's no need for a re-read. You'll be reminded of enough stuff to remember what you need to know. If you haven't read Accepting the Moon, be sure to read that first. You'll be missing out if you don't.

I was given a copy of this book by KS Haigwood in exchange for an honest review. Honestly? Prepare to laugh your guts out. One word: Peanut.

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