Luz de luna

Luz de luna

Rachel Hawthorne / Jan 22, 2020

Luz de luna Kayla es la t pica adolescente sexi la belleza norteamericana por excelencia incapaz de comprender por qu se siente atra da hacia Lucas un chico distante y de aspecto amenazador Lucas es peligroso

  • Title: Luz de luna
  • Author: Rachel Hawthorne
  • ISBN: 9788498006131
  • Page: 275
  • Format: Paperback
  • Kayla es la t pica adolescente sexi, la belleza norteamericana por excelencia, incapaz de comprender por qu se siente atra da hacia Lucas, un chico distante y de aspecto amenazador Lucas es peligroso, guapo y adem s es un hombre lobo Como l der de los guardianes ocultos, cambiaformas que se re nen en lo m s rec ndito del bosque, ha jurado proteger a los suyos Pero cuaKayla es la t pica adolescente sexi, la belleza norteamericana por excelencia, incapaz de comprender por qu se siente atra da hacia Lucas, un chico distante y de aspecto amenazador Lucas es peligroso, guapo y adem s es un hombre lobo Como l der de los guardianes ocultos, cambiaformas que se re nen en lo m s rec ndito del bosque, ha jurado proteger a los suyos Pero cuando encuentra a su alma gemela, su amor por ella pone las vidas de todos en riesgo.Un peligro los amenaza mientras Lucas y Kayla sostienen cada uno su lucha interior los humanos han descubierto a los guardianes ocultos, y planean su destrucci n entre tanto, Kayla debe elegir entre la vida que ya conoce y el amor que siente con total certeza como su nuevo destino.

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      • Rachel Hawthorne

        aka Jade Parker and also writes with her son as J.A London also writes romance under Lorraine Heath Rachel Hawthorne, who also writes as Lorraine Heath and Jade Parker, is the daughter of a British beauty her mother won second place in a beauty contest sponsored by Max Factor during which she received a kiss from Caesar Romero who played the Joker on the old Batman TV series and a Texan who was stationed at Bovingdon while serving in the air force Lorraine was born in Watford, Herts, England, but soon after moved to Texas Her dual nationality has given her a love for all things British and Texan She enjoys weaving both heritages through her stories.When she received her BA degree in psychology from the University of Texas, she had no idea she had gained a foundation that would help her to create believable characters characters that are often described as real people She writes for both adult and young adult readers She received a Romantic Times Career Achievement Award for Americana historicals Her novels have been recognized with a RITA, Romance Writers of America s most prestigious award for excellence, a HOLT medallion award honoring outstanding literary fiction, a Romantic Times Reviewer s Choice Award, five Texas Gold Awards, the Golden Quill Award, the Rising Star Award as well as other awards and recognitions Her novels have been selections of the Doubleday and Rhapsody Book Club Her novels have appeared on bestseller lists, including USA Today, Waldenbooks, and most recently, the New York Times.


    1. I see him and I know what this turmoil inside of me means: He's the one. My forever. Fucking great, so you know you want to spend the rest of your life with a dude whom you had barely talked to/interacted with before when you're at the tender age of seventeen?Not to mention, this twenty-something dude (or was he supposed to be 19?) had been eyeing the heroine and thinking about making her his mate back when she was sixteen years old.I need to calm the fuck down.Moonlight is a dull, extremely uno [...]

    2. Rating: 4.5 starsEver get that giggly feeling in your stomach when you read a really, really cute book? That's what I got from reading Moonlight. I love this book with all my heart! Werewolf (or shape-shifter) books are easy to find nowadays, but there are only few that actually pull you into the story and refuse to let go — for me, Moonlight was one of them! The synopsis doesn't do this book justice because I started it with a hesitant mind and ended up loving it. I can't ask for a more perfe [...]

    3. Well, let's jump on the Twilight bandwagon, shall we? Except, this time, we'll do it with werewolves.This book is overall okay, but I'm going to be cruel and use it as an example of why I previously avoided most YA in the first place. It was unsatisfying and extremely predictable. The characters were not well developed, and there was a backstory that I felt could have been included, or at least more described. Hawthorne's characters fluctuated from sounding too young to using words that I felt a [...]

    4. There was just something wrong with this book. There was nothing particularly bad about the writing, or even the plot - but there was just something about it that made it a rather uneventful read. But what exactly?When I finished it - which took a while despite being a ludicrously easy read - I finally worked out what it was: it was a Middle Grade novel with a Young Adult plot.The writing was just slightly too simple, the cover-ups too obvious, and the emotions underdeveloped. While this is unde [...]

    5. This book was a disappointment. The dialogue was off and seemed scripted. Wasn't natural. I don't see what's the deal with the Dark Guardians. Shouldn't all werewolves or "shifters" hold their secrets and guard the others from evil and harm? All it takes is for her to swear? Seemed a little weak. That the female shifters have to find a mate before their first change. They might not survive through it without a mate but a male shifter can? When Kayla does do the change, it's pretty fast and I thi [...]

    6. If you loved twlight you will deffinatly love this. I totaly lied. Even though the names of these books are similar to twilight they are totaly different. In this a girl named Kalya finds out things about her self that she never thought were possible. While finding out these things Lucas (also the love of her life) is captured (in wolf form at the time) by "reascheres". Once Kayla frees him form his captures there is only a little time left and no time to explain. Kayla's full moon is right arou [...]

    7. Genre: Paranormal YA (UF) Moonlight is a guilty pleasure. Not because it has naughty sex scenes or bad language jumping off the page—quite the opposite. It's pretty sweet and innocent, like PNR novels accept YA approved. Of course I have to say right up front if you’re seeking something that has mind blowing writing, hidden depths, and a unique plot this is the not the book. It’s not really fantastic in any form, but there is something about it that draws a reader in and just takes hold.Mo [...]

    8. ¿Cansados del típico hombre lobo feroz y malvado?He aquí un claro ejemplo de algo novedoso. Aquí los hombres lobo, son buenos y no muerden. Salvo que te metas con ellos. Se encargan de proteger al resto, y esperan ansiosos encontrar a su pareja."-Los lobos solo tomamos una pareja para toda la vida.Yo tragué con fuerza.-Entonces has estado…digamos…¿esperándome?-Toda mi vida."Una historia llena de aventuras, acción, y mucho romance.La autora, ha sabido hilar toda la historia a la perfe [...]

    9. I can't remember how I came upon this series, but what I do know is that I'm so glad I did! Moonlight is the first in the Dark Guardian series and once again I've found myself a new series that I already can't get enough of.As a fan of the paranormal genre, I'm always excited when I find a book within that genre that has a new twist to the old storyline. The Dark Guardians' series has taken the old tales of werewolves and produced a new and unique spin on the characters.Rachel Hawthorne created [...]

    10. I read this in one day it was definitely a quick read although helped by the fact that I had about an hour sitting by myself at Barnes & Noble waiting for my friend Melissa to arrive for the Carrie Jones signing (she was cool and I got my copy and my library's copy of Need signed - a great werewolf book if you enjoyed Moonlight). So this was a tiny bit predictable. I kind of wished there wasn't a prologue at the beginning - it was one of those prologues that is actually a scene from the end [...]

    11. It would have been easy to hate this book. Every clichéd problem you can think of that could possibly go wrong with a young adult paranormal romance went wrong in this. Instalove? Yep.Love triangle? Yes. The bad kind as well. You know the type with one brooding, mysterious "dark" one and one "goody guy", happy, "safe" option? It was that sort. *sighs*Awful romance? Maybe not "awful" but it wasn't great.Cheesy dialogue? Oh yes. Flat protagonist? Unfortunately.Flat secondary characters? Yep. Pred [...]

    12. At 320 pages Moonlight, the first book in the Dark Guardian series, is a quick read but it's packed with romance, suspense, and a new take on shape shifters. This series is definitely geared for young adults and although the majority of books I am currently reading are from the young adult genre I found this book to be a little young for me. As a protagonist I feel Kayla authentically represents your average teenage girl dealing with complex and unexpected obstacles. Although at times Kayla is p [...]

    13. When Kayla becomes a wilderness tour guide for the summer the most she expects is to spend a lot of time in the woods and to face her fears. She never expects to find out her friends are Shifters. Or to find her soul-mate.Honestly this book was just okay. It wasn't bad but it wasn't great either. It was fluff. I read it in one sitting.The Characters are a little one dimensional. Lucas was a good character. He was mysterious and intriguing but Kayla was a little on the annoying side. The side cha [...]

    14. This book is so close to five stars!!! I would say 4 1/2! It was such a quick read and I really like this author. The first books I read of hers were the ones she wrote under her pen name Jade Parker. This is my second "Hawthorne" book and the first I didn't like. This one however I really enjoyed. Kayla is a strong out doors girl who looses her parents when she is young and has repressed what really happened to them. She finds peace in the woods where they are killed. Things un-fold especially [...]

    15. 3.5No ha estado mal, pero tampoco me ha entusiasmado. Me ha faltado algo y el hecho de que como el último 40% del libro iba demasiado rápido para mi gusto, cuando la autora podría haber aprovechado más el material Ha hecho que le baje la nota.

    16. This book is good. I expected much from Rachel Hawthorne. As usual, it's well written. BUTBUT It's just too predictable. As usual, it's falling a first sight story. Mysterious gorgeous guy. Etc.cIt didn't give anything new or the sort of depth of characters as in Hawthorne's other books. It is entertaining with lots of drool worthy guys but that's all.Some other things that irritates me does not realte to the story but to the packaging.First, the cover. The make up of the girl in the cover looks [...]

    17. La primera vez que lo leí en 2012, me gusto mucho ahora Ya no tanto.Digamos que al principio bien: la historia se iba desarrollando a un buen ritmo y la atracción Kayla-Lucas era NORMAL. Pero después, despuésATENTION: SPOILERS AHEADVamos a ver, Kayla flipa cuando descubre todo el rollo de los hombres lobo y de que es una, luego Lucas le suelta el rollo "somos almas gemelas". Ella flipa. Y a menos de unas páginas le suelta un "te quiero" como si nada.Luego se lo piensa mejor y como que no:Pe [...]

    18. For more of my reviews, check out my blog: The Book GoddessI loved the premise of this book, the world. The idea was so amazing. But it fell flat. I wanted to love this book so freaking much but I couldn't. It was rather boring and strange. Kayla is in love with a boy who never speaks to her. He is the cliche bad boy. He is brooding and mysterious. Until you get to know him, then he becomes a mushy and reminds me of a puppy.The plot goes like this. Kayla lost her family at a young age, she was a [...]

    19. I loved it! I thoroughly enjoyed this book. From the moment I started reading I found it difficult to stop and I ended up reading it in one sitting. It was a quick, fun, easy read. I thought the storyline was excellent and I loved the overall feeling of this book. From the very beginning the story was filled with mystery and I was eager to know just what had happened in Kayla’s past and what would happen to her next. I enjoyed how this book was set outdoors for the most part. It was nice seein [...]

    20. I first read this series a few years ago, but it popped into my head the other night and I decided to read it again. It was just as much fun this time around. Kayla's parents were tragically killed in front of her when she was only five. She is now seventeen and trying to face her demons by returning to the woods where her parents were killed. She gets a job at the national forest and helps lead people on hikes through the park. She has made friends with the other “Sherpas” and has a major c [...]

    21. I was very disappointed when reading Moonlight. Especially the fact that it was like Twilight, just with wolves. At first, I was really excited to read Moonlight! Reading about something new, learning more about wolves, I didn’t notice any “flaw” until reading about a quarter of the book. I started to realize that there were a lot of similarities with Twilight and Moonlight. The concept was the same, the characters were similar, the name of the book, and just the little details is what got [...]

    22. Have you ever had a book, that you just didn’t want to finish, because you already knew how it would end. From start to finish I had a pretty good idea what was going to happen next and I didn’t like it. There isn’t any depth in the story or in the characters and I truly believe that if there were, it might be a little more fun to read. I do have to admit, that it took my mind of college and that’s a good thing! So I’m not saying that it was awful, no, I’m just saying that this book [...]

    23. Oh man these books I read are really starting to get embarrassing, but they are a comfort food for me the plot, the characters are 100% derivative of everything else out there right now, vamps are out, shape-shifters are in, all of these stories involve a brooding hot dude, who the chick never thinks she will fall for even though she has an animalistic attraction to him, blah blah blah, and yet I will probably read yet another story like this

    24. Innocent, sweet romance with wolves that mate for life. A decent and fast read, but not much story outside of the couple meeting and falling for each other. Good for the kiddies and fans of true love stories. Anyone else should probably move along.

    25. Don't let the summery or the title fool you, this book is a romantic treasure that my heart won't soon forget!

    26. My teacher put this book in our school newspaper as a recommendation with The Hunger Games. I wonder if she actually read it. And if it really is good. I might even give it a try.

    27. This was an okay little book. The events that were supposed to be exciting weren't very exciting. It was very bland. I expected more.

    28. 4.5/5 Voy a decirlo porque tengo que hacerlo, la edición es preciosa!! Muy bien cuidada, un diseño hermoso que me gusta mucho más que la portada original >.< Además, como respuesta a quienes me lo han preguntado, sí brillan las letras y el símbolo de la luna en la oscuridad XDLucas y Kayla se conocieron en el verano que ella, junto a su familia pasan en la reserva como parte de la terapia que Kayla lleva para superar la muerte de sus padres. Ella fue testigo de la muerte de ellos a m [...]

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