Ten Things You’ll Learn from Whispers at Moonrise by CC Hunter

C Hunter’s newest book in the Shadow Falls series, Whispers at Moonrise, released on October 2nd!  To help spread the excitement over this release, I’m featuring a guest post written by CC 🙂

Ten Things You’ll Learn from Whispers at Moonrise

  1. Kicking your boyfriend’s father’s butt might not be good for the relationship.
  2. Sometimes following your heart means breaking some rules.
  3. Getting trapped in a grave with three dead girls is not a walk in the park.
  4. Your parents breaking up sucks. Your mom having a boyfriend, and kissing him in front of you, sucks BIG TIME.
  5. When your boyfriend says one thing, but does another, what do you believe? His actions or his words?
  6. You can’t always protect the ones you love. Sometimes the only way to protect them is to tell them the truth—even if it hurts.
  7. When you are in love, you usually want to talk a lot more about your boyfriend than your girlfriends care to hear.
  8. You shouldn’t mess with magic if you don’t know what you’re doing. Especially when someone could end up sterile.
  9. Sometimes it is the little choices we make, and not the big ones, that define who we are.
  10. Be careful what you wish for or you might end up turning a bright shade of red in the boys’ bathroom.

Summary of Whispers at Moonrise (From the publisher):

 “It’s not often that I love a series as much as Shadow Falls. I find myself thinking of nothing else!  This has been one of my favorite series of all time.” –Open Book Society

Shadow Falls Camp is back in session with the most explosive installment yet.  A shocking new threat will rock Shadow Falls—changing it forever and altering Kylie’s journey in ways she never imagined.

 Even at a camp for supernatural teens, Kylie Galen has never been normal. Not only can she see ghosts, but she doesn’t seem to belong to any one species—she exhibits traits from them all. As Kylie struggles to unlock the secrets of her identity, she begins to worry that Lucas will never be able to accept her for what she is, and what she isn’t…a werewolf.  With his pack standing in their way, Kylie finds herself turning more and more to Derek, the only person in her life who’s willing to accept the impossible.

 As if life isn’t hard enough, she starts getting visits from the ghost of Holiday, her closest confidante.  Trouble is, Holiday isn’t dead…not yet anyway.  Now Kylie must race to save one of her own from an unseen danger before it’s too late—all while trying to stop her relationship with Lucas from slipping away forever.   In a world of constant confusion, there’s only one thing Kylie knows for sure.  Change is inevitable and all things must come to an end…maybe even her time at Shadow Falls.


  1. I liked so many things about Whispers at Moonrise. I have to say, even though I was rooting for Lucas in the beginning, I loved Derek’s role in Kylie’s life! He’s so understanding and accepts her for who she is. That said and at the risk of sounding like a pervert, I also loved the steamy scene between Lucas and Kylie after she met her grandparents.
    Oh, and when Kylie did magic in Holiday’s office, I actually laughed out loud on the train. People looked at me like I was mental but I couldn’t help it!

    What I was a bit confused about was number 1 on the “Ten Things You’ll Learn from Whispers at Moonrise” list. I felt like Kylie didn’t really put Lucas’ dad in his place when they met, so I was actually expecting another encounter so happen. Maybe I took that one too literal (let’s face it, Lucas’ dad really deserves to get his ass kicked).

  2. Whispers at Moonrise kinda brings its own elements. New perspective, and a new kind of sense to the world. At first, I thought chameleons were creatures able to simply transform into any supernatural species, but now I know they’re actually hybrids of all sorts.
    Fredericka wasn’t all bad was kind of a surprise, but Collin Warren was bad news since Kylie spoke to him after that first class.

    I wonder what’ll happen after this. Something tells me Lucas could’ve tried something else to get on that Council. Maybe it’s hard, but now he’s made a mess outta the whole situation. He should’ve tried something else, whatever it is. He could try to rip my heart out, and I’ll probably be so scared that I run like a girl, but I still stick to my point.
    If there was any chance, I’d root for Derek – I’ve always liked him better, but I can’t help but feel that Lucas still owns the dominant part of her heart. Don’t know if it’s possible, but we’ll probably find out in the last book.

    This book brings some kind of young adhulthood, and probably only older teens r allowed to read, but the plot is still very good. It’s a lot less about what ghosts want from the character, but really what concerns the character herself; her own path of self-discovery which is opening clearer for her.

    Can’t wait for the next book.

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