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Moon Struck: Book 1: A Hilarious Werewolf Romance, free book, free paranormal romance, urban fantasy) (When, Were, & Howl Series) by [Raleigh, Jeanette]
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4.3 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews

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Jen has never enjoyed the full moon. Not like her family and certainly not like her boss, Rob, whose monthly trysts leave the office in a shambles. Jen turns into a mouse on the full moon, the most disrespected form in the were-community.

Her crush on Rob only makes her deep loneliness and feelings of alienation worse. When her friend steals an amulet with the power to turn were-wolf, Jen decides to try it on... only to find that being a wolf isn't all its cracked up to be. Guaranteed to make you howl.

"Ms. Raleigh drew me in and held me tight from the first word until the last, and left me wishing for more. It is definitely worth your time to add this story to your collection." --Bitten By Books--


Moon Struck is a free paranormal romance.

****ALSO AVAILABLE: The When Were & Howl Collection. Five Books bundled together.
(Formerly released as Wolf N Mouse)

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1677 KB
  • Print Length: 151 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004ZZGUAA
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #794 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)

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By D.L.R TOP 100 REVIEWER on 28 May 2014
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First off let me say this book was comical, confusing, and a little courageous. So it gets a big fat C from me.

The comical part well it was a bit funny here and there, also funny strange, that's why the confusing bit comes in.
Here is what I mean... Jens a changer, easy enough. You read about wolves, cats, bears. Never mice! It was strange. She works for a wolf and she has a crush on him.. Ok so you think as humans it's cool, but as creatures not so good, wolf can eat the mouse in one bite. Not a match made in heaven for sure.

Long story short her raccoon friend, which is a real woman who turns into a coon.. Steels this amulet from a warlock kid. Freaks out and gives it to Jen to hold on to. Jen decided to wear it and wish to be a wolf. Careful what you wish for. She turns into this wolf and well there's lots of twists and turns, her boss come to find her, and takes care of her and in the end it works out. Yay happy ever after. Mouse? Please the whole story would have been great if it were wolf to wolf and she could not change back. Not mouse to wolf And no change back. But what ever it was cute no sex, no foul language, good read for anyone with a few hours to kill. Just think of her as a wolf not a mouse..
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Loved the storyline, am fast becoming a fan of shape shifter books. Cant wait to read what happens in the next book.
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Good read
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Amazon.com: 4.1 out of 5 stars 96 reviews
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Great for young readers 24 April 2014
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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This would be a great book for young readers. If its romance you were looking to read my best advice is to move on. The story had so much potential to not only include more romance but also it lacked much thought in twists. As you read, if you are like me, you try guessing what will happen next and with good reads you usually pleasantly surprised at the outcome. with this book "really that's it." As far as I am concerned the book was a waste of talent. The author needs to take more time in thinking creatively and developing relationships between characters.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Fun and excitement 20 March 2017
By Liala Starr - Published on Amazon.com
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This is one of those books that r just too much fun to put down. Follow Rob and Jen as they go through the funny and exciting times while trying to see if they are mates. I am a reader that wants the full range of emotions while reading a story, however, there are times when a book his on just three or four emotions and the story is a huge success. Have a seat in your favorite chair get your snacks, something to drink and prepare to laugh, get anxious and smile with satisfaction. Rob doesn't quite know what he wants while Jen does but doesn't know if it will work; their journey to finding the answer will keep you reading.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars WereMouse?-Had to read it! 2 May 2014
By Lorna - Published on Amazon.com
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Do you like the occasional lighthearted but still paranormal read? I do and when I found this book for free,and read what it was about, I was in. It’s novella length but you can get the whole series of five bundled at a reasonable price. Jen is a were-mouse born into a wolf family. That seemed really different, which believe me is becoming more important to me now with all the same sorts of books being published-over and over.

So okay, a were-mouse that hides in a closet during each full moon for fear she will become a werewolf snack. She considers herself a kind of black sheep in her family of wolves. She works as an assistant at a real estate office, where her boss Rob, is a werewolf. She is madly in love with him and he, well he has a different full moon date each month, while looking for a mate. To Jen’s disgust, he sometimes spends the full moon nights at the office. When Rob realizes that Jen must be interested in him after one such occasion, he asks her out for the next full moon date-of course not knowing she is a mouse. Jen’s best friend Ali, is a raccoon shifter and couldn’t be more happy with herself. True to her inner animal nature, she is constantly getting into trouble and taking Jen along for the ride. When Ali steals an magical amulet that can make a person change into a wolf, it could be just the thing Jen needs for a full moon date with Rob. Let’s just say, things get really interesting at this point.

This ended up being a really cute and even humorous read. I enjoyed Jen and Rob’s relationship, and the character of Ali was just a really fun part of the read. The world these characters live in is a world where the supernatural element is not hidden. A vampire is introduced at one point and as much as I love vampire characters, this vampire is described as really pasty faced and looking as dead as he really is-nothing glamorous here. I think the second book of the series may feature him, although it also features Rob and Jen.

As soon as I finished this, I immediately bought and downloaded the When,Were and Howl collection bundle because it was just such a fun read and I wanted to continue with the story. I read so many books that are full of killings, and vicious villains and creatures, sometimes it’s just fun to relax and read a feel good story. This totally fit the bill for me.

FYI I am not sure if the series is finished yet.(RabidReads.com)
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Idea! 11 April 2014
By A. Brantley - Published on Amazon.com
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Just when I think I've seen all the possibilities of shifters, Jeanette Raleigh surprises me with something new. The fact that Jen shifts into a mouse is amusing, but you can also feel the shame the character feels. When she decides to try an amulet that will give her the power to turn into a wolf the book gets even better. If you love paranormal romance, give this one a try.
4.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable read 10 August 2017
By BigASU4 - Published on Amazon.com
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I did enjoy this book, but I took off a star because I didn't feel like it ended well. It wasn't a cliff hanger leaving you wanting to read more, but there were definitely some loose ends that weren't wrapped up, which was really frustrating...the whole traps, the witch, and wizard for examples. Enough left hanging to be annoying, but not really engaging enough to be considered cliff hanger factors that cause the reader to run out and get the next book.

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