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  • But tonight, as he circled through the gathering on the moon-drenched grass, it was clear that Max was among his own kind, with those fierce, bright-eyed beings masquerading as human.

    Captured by Moonlight

  • Out of the moon-drenched trees swam a black owl, its great wings stirring a storm in that soft air, chilling it until she shivered.

    Blood Brothers

  • She stood for a moment in the moon-drenched courtyard, the cold air suspending all reflection.

    Soul

  • Still on his arm, she swept them through the open French doors out onto the moon-drenched terrace.

    The Ideal Bride

  • In fact, walking on a moon-drenched beach with Noah was the best idea she'd heard in a very long tim~

    Undercover Vows

  • Justin kicked at the waves and started down the moon-drenched ribbon of beach.

    Once An Angel

  • The nubile curves of her moon-drenched body still haunted him.

    Once An Angel

  • The knot of fighters ahead of them huddled together on the moon-drenched road, swords glinting silver as they held them at ready.

    Oathbreaker

  • We roped the doe on the fender of the car and drove back out of the moon-drenched mountains of the Swan Valley toward Missoula, and as I steered down that blacktop highway with those huge, dark shapes on each side of me, I understood why men like Jim Bridger, Jedediah Smith, and Jim Beckworth came here.

    The Lost Get-Back Boogie

  • They leaped over roots, ducked under black swinging branches and, at last, broke through into the moon-drenched clearing.

    The Ninja

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