Item description for Dancin' in the Moonlight (The Still Sexy Ladies Guide to Dating Immortals) by Beverly Rae...
Another hysterical story from THE STILL SEXY LADIES GUIDE TO DATING IMMORTALS: Did Tala Wilde's dance for her immortal man really work? After that many margaritas it's hard to tell if howling at the moon was the best way to find a guy. But is Devlin the perfect mix of man and animal? After the ribbing her friends gave her about wanting a lover like a wolf she's a bit cautious especially when she finds him naked in the wolf pen of her zoo.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.9" Width: 5" Height: 0.8" Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Release Date Sep 8, 2006
Publisher Triskelion Publishing
ISBN 1933874031 ISBN13 9781933874036
Reviews - What do customers think about Dancin' in the Moonlight (The Still Sexy Ladies Guide to Dating Immortals)?
Sometimes dreams do come true. Aug 1, 2006
Just a bunch of single 30 something gals out having a good time. Talking about their favorie subject. MEN. But not just any man. the Perfect Immortal man. So they decide to try this ritual they heard of. So being a bit on the tipsy side they go out under the full moon and tell what they what. For Tara she can see him all man coming right at her and in the next moment she is on all fours howling at the moon. She then see this handsome man drop to all fours and before her she see the most beautiful black wolf she's ever seen. And she see's alot because she works at the local zoo and the wolfves are her favorites. So that is why she see her perfect man as half man and half wolf. Delvin hears her call and goes to her. But its not that easy to explain to Tara he is want she saw and he is there to claim her as his lifemate. The story is funny and has some twists and turns that keep Delvin from being able to tell her right away what and why hes their but the attraction is strong. But will it be strong enough? The story is worth the read and i think you will just love the chacters.
So go ahead dream about what you think you would want your perfect immortal man whould be. you just never know......
Great chick-lit werewolf tale May 29, 2006
Tara Wilde and her friends want only to find their perfect immortal man and stop being harassed by all of the losers they seem to find. Tara envisions her dream guy as her friends conduct a ritual to summon such a man- and leaves them shaken as she howls like a wolf!
Meanwhile, shifter Devlin Morgan hears her call the same day his father tells him he must find his mate and assume leadership of the Morgan pack. However, Devlin's brother, Mickale, wants to be pack leader and is willing to derail Devlin's relationship with Tara to become leader. Tara and Devlin will have to deal with Mickale while facing the shifter hunters as well as a disgruntled employee Tara fires after she catches him abusing a wolf at the zoo.
Beverly Rae expertly weaves a werewolf tale with chick lit to create the fabulous book, THE STILL SEXY LADIES GUIDE TO IMMORTALS: DANCIN' IN THE MOONLIGHT. The witty repartee throughout the novel keeps the story light and amusing while the action scenes and complex plot provide depth. In particular, the scenes between Tara and the shifter hunters had this reviewer laughing out loud as Tara's reactions to the stench and appearance of the hunters is priceless.
The interactions between Tara and Devlin make THE STILL SEXY LADIES GUIDE TO IMMORTALS: DANCIN' IN THE MOONLIGHT believable. Tara and Devlin first meet when Tara catches Devlin doing his best impression of a Peeping Tom and so she shoots him in his buttocks with buckshot! While it would seem impossible that Tara would forgive Devlin before the wounds had even healed (and shifters heal rather quickly!), Tara's own doubts create a sense of realism to the story. Beverly Rae leaves readers howling for more in her thoroughly enjoyable addition to the STILL SEXY LADIES GUIDE TO IMMORTALS series!
COURTESY OF CK2S KWIPS AND KRITIQUES
Howlin' at the moon ... May 1, 2006
[Note: This review was written about the digital edition.]
On their girls' night out, Tala was relaxing with her three friends, and trying to avoid all the lame pickup lines from lame wannabe Lotharios. Tala recently broke up with a boyfriend who hit her, and she is taking her time jumping back into the dating pool. The trouble is, Tala is the zoo veterinarian, and her face is familiar from the PR spots she's done for the zoo, so every Tom, Dick, and Fred thinks he can be familiar with her, too. After an evening of girly friendship and alcohol, the group begins to wonder if they need to hold out for immortals, since they can't find any guys here on earth. The four of them go out into the parking lot, and under the full moon, each wishes for her perfect immortal man. Only, when it's Tala's turn, she ends up baying at the moon - just like a wolf!
It's time for werewolf Devlin Morgan to find his mate - luckily, he heard her call him when the moon was full, and sets out to find her. The situation is a little rushed, since his father is retiring as pack leader, and is bestowing the position on Devlin. Though Devlin doesn't particularly want the role of alpha, he will take it on if he must. Unfortunately, Devlin's brother Mickale definitely wants to be alpha, and will do most anything to get it. Throw in a pack of annoying werewolf hunters, and a mate who doesn't believe he's a werewolf, and you have a comedy of errors with fur.
I thoroughly enjoyed this werewolf novel. Although bad things happen to our hero and heroine, overall the story had a flippant, lighthearted tone which I found quite pleasing. The plot is complex, and the author skillfully keeps all the threads going until the last page. The characterizations are slightly superficial, but Tala, Devlin, and Mickale are appealing, interesting people. The male/female love scenes are erotic, but playful and only moderately explicit. I had read the first book in the "Dating Immortals" series, but hadn't had time to pick any of the others up until this one. Now, I firmly intend to go back and find the ones I missed, in the hope that they will be as fun as Dancin' In The Moonlight. -- Jean, Fallen Angel Reviews (courtesy of Fallen Angel Reviews)