Moonshifted

Moonshifted

Book rating: 04 Paperback Edie Spence Novels

By (author) Cassie Alexander

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  • Publisher: St Martin's Press
  • Format: Paperback | 352 pages
  • Dimensions: 107mm x 170mm x 25mm | 45g
  • Publication date: 29 January 2013
  • Publication City/Country: New York
  • ISBN 10: 0312553404
  • ISBN 13: 9780312553401
  • Edition: 1
  • Sales rank: 149,550

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Moonshifted An Edie Spence Novel Cassie AlexanderAfter surviving a brutal vampire attack, Nurse Edie Spence is ready to get back to work-attending to supernatural creatures in need of medical help. But her nursing skills are put to the test when she witnesses a hit-and-run on her lunch break. The injured pedestrian is not only a werewolf, he's the pack leader. And now Edie's stuck in the middle of an all-out were-war With two rival packs fighting tooth and nail, Edie has no intention of crossing enemy lines. But when she meets her patient's nephew-a tattooed werewolf named Lucas with a predatory gleam in his eye that's hard to resist-Edie can't help but choose sides. The question is: can she trust this dangerous new ally? And can she trust her own instincts when she's near him? Either way, Edie can't seem to pull away-even if getting involved makes her easy prey "

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In addition to being a writer, Cassie Alexander is an active registered nurse. "Nightshifted" is her debut novel. All of her patients are of the human variety she thinks."

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By Jessica 28 Dec 2012 4

First up, full disclosure: I'm a new nurse and I love reading paranormal tales, so that might make me a sucker for this series. Do you need to be a nurse to enjoy the series? Nope, but it sure doesn't hurt.

Moonshifted is the second book in the Edie Spence series and it's even better than the first. There was more action, more snarkiness, and even more sexiness in this one. Edie's coworkers at the hospital are all interesting characters on their own, and they are the humans. Then enter all the different paranormal creatures: vampires, werewolves, shape shifters, shadowy-things, and yeah - it get's even more interesting.

The story itself is unique, I haven't read a tale like this before and I can't figure out why. It all makes sense that the paranormal need a place to heal as well, it makes sense as to why the employees would work there. It just never occurred to anyone else before and Cassie Alexander was the one to figure out to put it all down on paper. I can't wait to read more from Alexander and more about Edie Spence.

ARC reviewed by Jessica for Book Sake.
Book Received: For free from publisher in exchange for an honest review

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"I really enjoyed the new type of monster mythologies introduced in NIGHTSHIFTED. I especially liked the idea that you need a certain amount of blood exposure before becoming a full fledged vampire. I can't wait to read more about the Y4 wing of County Hospital's residents and this strange new world when the next book comes out." -"All Things Urban Fantasy"

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"Check in to County Hospital's secret ward-where paranormal activities lead to medical emergencies for one tireless nurse """After surviving a brutal vampire attack, Nurse Edie Spence is ready to get back to work-attending to supernatural creatutes in need of medical help. But her nursing skills are put to the test when she witnesses a hit-and-run on her lunch break. The injured pedestrian is not only a werewolf, he's the pack leader. And now Edie's stuck in the middle of an all-out were-war "MOONSHIFTED"With two rival packs fighting tooth and nail, Edie has no intention of crossing enemy lines. But when she meets her patient's nephew-a tattooed werewolf named Lucas with a predatory gleam in his eye that's hard to resist-Edie can't help but choose sides. The question is: can she trust this dangerous new ally? And can she trust her own instincts when she's near him? Either way, Edie can't seem to pull away-even if getting involved makes her easy prey "