"Werewolf Ivy Cole rocks! Cool, collected, yet caring, and blessed with a deadly focus, she is the new heroine of horror fiction. Gina Farago's gripping novel is sure to please genre fans and mainstream readers alike."     ~ Elizabeth Massie, Bram Stoker Award-winning author

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Ivy Cole and the Moon is an intriguing morality play, featuring sharply drawn, engaging characters and loaded with rural southern atmosphere. With her stark descriptions, authentic, colloquial dialogue, and characters possessed of dreadful secrets, Gina Farago gives us a tale with both dark, subtle undertones and wild, graphic action-kind of like Flannery O'Connor meets The Howling.”     ~ Stephen Mark Rainey, Author of The Lebo Coven, Balak, Dark Shadows: Dreams of the Dark (cowritten with Elizabeth Massie), Legends of the Night, and many others

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“Fast-moving...Fiction has a new, thoroughly engaging leading lady...Farago's novel immediately captures the imagination with its setting in the deep, dark North Carolina mountains and its action spanning those mysterious nights when the full moon shines and wild creatures go wilder. We're longing for a sequel and looking hopefully out the window for the next full moon.”     ~ Barbara Bamberger Scott, reviewer for the Greensboro News and Record and author of With It: A Year on the Carnival Trail

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“It is rare when an author has the ability to let the reader see, hear, feel and smell so vividly what they are reading. Farago lets the mind’s eye travel beyond the printed page so one may experience this well-written story about Ivy Cole and the moon. At last, an unusual and entertaining book for werewolf enthusiasts!”     ~ Robert Harris, Actor, Cabin Fever

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“What’s not to like about a sweet thirties-something southern belle who feeds on the entrails of her enemies under a full moon? This is the kind of book that can make you cry, giggle, throw up, and stroke your chin page to page.”     ~Insidious Reflections

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"Ivy Cole and the Moon is not your traditional werewolf novel...and that's exactly why I enjoyed it...As the main character, Ivy Cole is both believable and likeable, though not squeaky clean. After all, she does eat a few people. But hey, they deserved it!...I hope there's a sequel coming out sometime in the not-too-distant future!"     ~Stillwater Press