Julie Kenner / Feb 26, 2020

Moonstruck Talk about intoxicating For the perfect New Year s punch blend the following one woman determined to find her inner vixen a notorious and notoriously hot playboy a provocative New Year s Eve bash an

  • Title: Moonstruck
  • Author: Julie Kenner
  • ISBN: 9781426846083
  • Page: 497
  • Format: ebook
  • Talk about intoxicating For the perfect New Year s punch, blend the following one woman determined to find her inner vixen a notorious and notoriously hot playboy a provocative New Year s Eve bash an impulsive kiss that leads to a night of explosive passion Claire Daniels is looking for love even if she has to get it from her ex boyfriend But when she sTalk about intoxicating For the perfect New Year s punch, blend the following one woman determined to find her inner vixen a notorious and notoriously hot playboy a provocative New Year s Eve bash an impulsive kiss that leads to a night of explosive passion Claire Daniels is looking for love even if she has to get it from her ex boyfriend But when she sees him on the last night of the year with another woman, she kisses the guy closest to her instead Only, he doesn t want to stop at a kiss It turns out that Ty Coleman is the biggest playboy in Dallas And Claire s all for a decadent fresh start After all, Ty s definitely well qualified to give her a sizzling good time Then again, it s all fun and games until someone loses her heart.

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      • Julie Kenner

        J Kenner aka Julie Kenner is the New York Times, USA Today, Publishers Weekly, Wall Street Journal and International bestselling author of over seventy novels, novellas and short stories in a variety of genres.Though known primarily for her award winning and international bestselling erotic romances including the Stark and Most Wanted series that have reached as high as 2 on the New York Times bestseller list, JK has been writing full time for over a decade in a variety of genres including paranormal and contemporary romance, chicklit suspense, urban fantasy, Victorian era thrillers coming soon , and paranormal mommy lit.Her foray into the latter, Carpe Demon Adventures of a Demon Hunting Soccer Mom by Julie Kenner, has been consistently in development in Hollywood since prior to publication Most recently, it has been optioned by Warner Brothers Television for development as series on the CW Network with Alloy Entertainment producing.JK has been praised by Publishers Weekly as an author with a flair for dialogue and eccentric characterizations and by RT Bookclub for having cornered the market on sinfully attractive, dominant antiheroes and the women who swopn for him A three time finalist for Romance Writers of America s prestigious RITA award, JK took home the first RITA trophy awarded in the category of erotic romance in 2014 for her novel, Claim Me book 2 of her Stark Trilogy.Her books have sold well over a million copies and are published in over over twenty countries.In her previous career as an attorney, JK worked as a clerk on the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, and practiced primarily civil, entertainment and First Amendment litigation in Los Angeles and Irvine, California, as well as in Austin, Texas She currently lives in Central Texas, with her husband, two daughters, and two rather spastic cats.


    1. Wow, what a little scorcher! Ty and Claire had great chemistry together and their love scenes singed the pages, no doubt about it. I wasn't completely sold on the insta-coupling in the beginning - I can't put my finger on it, but something didn't work for me - but I had no problems believing their falling in love later. It was fast and furious, but I was OK with it. I also had a bit of a problem with Claire's behavior near the end, as I'm not a fan of ultimatums and what she did came close to be [...]

    2. Actually this book is more like a 2.75* . . . but I always believe in rounding up the stars on a review for an author just to be fair. I think KarlynP was pretty spot-on in her review of this one . . . it started out with some great potential storylines that just felt very "flat" and unimaginatively executed on in the long run. The story became more and more boring, and the sex scenes were cliche' and just fizzled for me (same words, same scenarios and nothing new or interesting - seemed to come [...]

    3. This story was slightly tied in with Ms. Kenner's previous HB, Starstruck where friends Alyssa and Claire made a Christmas pact of going after what they want. Alyssa got her friend-turned-boyfriend Chris, now it was Claire's turn.But unlike Alyssa and Chris' story, this one packed quite a punch.There was no skirting around the sex issue with Claire and Ty. Once they set eyes on each other, all bets (and clothes) were off, making this one a smokin' scorcher of a book. I wish it was longer, becaus [...]

    4. Moonstruck is my first Julie Kenner read I got the book in 2010 from Paperback Swap and had it sitting on my shelf until pulled it down to read to sort of put me in the mood for Valentine's Day It did, oh boy did it ever!I loved the beginning where Claire and Ty meet, a crowded room on New Year's Eve and their eyes meet and POW a connection is made When the two actually bump up against each other and Claire goes up on tiptoe and lays one on him at Midnight you can see the fireworks go off on the [...]

    5. Seriouslyis was the dumbest book I have read in a long time. The heroine, Claire, is an attorney who one day wants to be a judge. She meets a handsome, richdid you hear RICH, successful, respected businessman, Ty, who happens to have a bit of a playboy reputation. Some paparazzi shoots a picture of them kissing onwait for itNew Year's EveGASP!s it on an internet blog and suddenly her pristine reputation is in peril. Really??? Give me a break. It's not like he's not a rich successful guy. They ar [...]

    6. Most of the books I've read by Ms Kenner tap into her humor side. This one was a bit serious.Ok, so what happens when you meet the man/woman of your dreams at a New Years party, have a one night stand lasting a good 12 hours, and find yourself all over the internet because he/she is famous?Half the book was dedicated to that 12 hours. The rest was the next several weeks as they worked out the bugs in their relationship. She, being a lawyer and senator's daughter, didn't want her face all over th [...]

    7. Wow! Very steamy little audiobook - and the narrator did a fantastic job with it. The chemistry between Ty and Clair was electrifying, and sizzled throughout. I personally would have liked to learn more about these characters, as I believe I would really like them. Clair is strong and determined, and, I felt, a bit diminished by the fact that very little took place outside of the bedroom (figuratively, as they certainly did not contain themselves within bedroom walls!). I also would have liked t [...]

    8. This was the first Blaze book in a long time that I didn't really care for, and I love the Blaze line. I think for me Claire and Ty's story felt too blazing for me. Their relationship seemed more based on mutual desires rather than any other interests that the two might share.Sure Claire & Ty hooked up on New Year's Eve as a result of Claire seeing her ex with a hot new girlfriend but the relationship that follows just seems hurried. I wanted to know a lot more about both characters who were [...]

    9. Definitely naughtier than the rest of her books. It was seriously hot and very detailed. Good storyline and her characters are interesting and for the most part realistic. The dialogue is fun as always in a Julie Kenner book. The only thing in the negative I could say and I apply this to all her Harlequin books, you really feel that Harlequin has had her stick to a certain formula. It really says a lot for Julie's writing that it is not as obvious as in many Harlequin books.

    10. I enjoyed the second installment of this series. It's nice to have a hero who can admit his feelings instead of runnig from them and being mean to the heroine. Also, liked the fact the heroine didn't have to choose between love and career.

    11. Honestly, to me this book was a bit cheesy. Girl randomly makes out with a guy to make ex jealous, finds out he is rich, can't keep off each other, has problems, but end up together and the end. Basically that's about it. I did finish this, but wouldn't recommend it to many or read it again.

    12. Stand-alone Story.This is a quick, fun read about an up-and-coming lawyer and a club owner. If you're looking for a short, steamy story, this is the book for you.

    13. Fluff romance without most of Kenner’s usual flair. Still a solid story with decent characters, it’s not something that’s going to bear reareading.

    14. i actually enjoyed this book alot!! finally romance characters who communicate!! and they were very very likeable!!good story!

    15. A fun romp - despite the premise, it somehow managed to avoid a cliched ending and present a believable dynamic between the characters.

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