Books by Karen Marie Moning

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Fever Moon

Someone - or rather, something - Fae and evil is stealing pieces of human faces, leaving them in comas. MacKayla Lane, AKA Mac, must stop the mysterious monster before it collects thirteen faces, at which point the victims will die. I’ve never read Karen Marie Moning’s Fever books, so my impress ...

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Iced

Narrated by Natalie Ross and Phil Gigante NOTE: Review contains spoilers for the Fever series. Following on very shortly after the events of Shadowfever, Iced picks up the story from Dani “Mega” O’Malley’s point of view. Dani is 14 and it shows. She’s overconfident, brash, immature, ...

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Shadowfever

As I pondered how to the write this review, I felt stymied because this is the book many readers have been anticipating for nearly six years as the culmination of the Fever series. My problem, as I write, is that everything seems like a spoiler simply because everything answers a question, while at ...

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Darkfever

Narrated by Joyce Bean The last category in My Unofficial Personal Listening Challenge for 2010 was Fantasy – another genre I tended to avoid. I chose Karen Marie Moning’s Darkfever knowing that it would also challenge me as a series of unending stories with no HEAs nicely tying up each book’ ...

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Dreamfever

As Winston Churchill once said: It is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma. I am, of course, referring to what exactly is happening in the Fever series. When last we left our intrepid heroine, Mac, she had become the consort/prisoner of the Unseelie Princes. Unfortunately, these gentleme ...

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Kiss of the Highlander

Often at Speaking of Audiobooks, we complied short reviews and commentary on popular audiobooks as early on, Lea only wrote what she referred to as "mini reviews" although there was much to say about the audio. Kiss of the Highlander is one such book. All content is written by Lea. Favorite Romance ...

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Faefever

While I enjoy urban fantasy, I’m always aware that it’s a genre that will often lack a HEA and is sometimes written in first person, something I can find annoying. Faefever has both of those characteristics, and, though I found reading it occasionally frustrating, I was captivated. MacKayla L ...

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Bloodfever

Karen Marie Moning is best known for her romances blending historical, paranormal, time travel, and fantasy elements. Some authors are successful with such hybrids while others aren't. I think Moning falls into the former category, at least with Bloodfever. Bloodfever is the second novel in Monin ...

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Darkfever

My first romance novel was Karen Marie Moning's Beyond the Highland Mist. I stumbled on it by accident and soaked it up. Maybe not the best choice for a first-timer, but it hooked me and here I am today, addicted to the romantic written word. I will always be grateful to Ms. Moning for this. Even if ...

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Spell of the Highlander

Karen Marie Moning is one of the few, if not only Time Travel authors I have ever been able to read. The books are fun and don't seem to take themselves too seriously without completely mocking the genre. I open a KMM book expecting a good time, a hunky Celtic, and a curse or two thrown in for good ...