Lunar Light (Beautiful Damned #1)

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When the full moon haunts the sky, Evangeline prowls the dark as a Wendigo; a fearsome mix of human and beast. The night an injured outcast falls into her claws she must defy her keeper, the laws of nature and her own morality to protect him from the hunter who wants his head as a trophy. Contains adult language, violence, and explicit sex. BrE. More
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About Penelope Fletcher

'My female characters are dear to me. I strive to allow them their strength and their innate femininity. As for loyalty to their emotional, romantic hearts and their sense of social responsibility and destiny, I see no need to sacrifice one for the other. Women wield an intoxicating power. It goes beyond physical prettiness to the beauty of the whole. Without the poetry of the mind and heart the body becomes a useless thing. I want my female characters to be brave, daring, and bold. I wish for their minds to be as relevant and celebrated as their bodies.' ~Penelope Fletcher, 2014

Penelope Jade Fletcher is a British author of genre romance. Debuting at twenty two years old in 2010 with young adult fantasy Glamour, Penelope predominantly writes romance novels with supernatural elements.

Penelope has independently sold over 100,000 eBooks. She loves nothing more than reading. Writing comes a close second.

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Reviews of Lunar Light (Beautiful Damned #1) by Penelope Fletcher

Kae B reviewed on Sep. 10, 2012

I love this book. I loved the darker, twist on the heroine and her romance with Luke was hot. I wish I could have gotten more of a conclusion but was still pretty happy with their ending.
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Tiffany Fulton reviewed on Jan. 8, 2012

First of all, after everything I've heard about this author, I'm surprised that this book hasn't been rated yet! I was never a fan of paranormal activity (note the movie pun, lol) because all I saw was vampire vampire vampire and that drove me absolutely batcrazy. This book is different. We encounter a lovely, kick-ass heroine named Evangeline, who is a Wendigo (think the Yeti but on a much much darker and more vicious scale). Miss Fletcher gets extra points for creating my favorite type of heroine--the one who can stand on her own two feet and get what she wants while still retaining human flaws that make her beautiful. Anyway, Evangeline meets a male Wendigo named Luke who tests her emotions and own struggle to keep her beastly urges under control--and all hell breaks loose from there. Recommended highly.
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