Cry Sanctuary

Cry Sanctuary He is tired of fighting She has nowhere to run Red Rock Pass Book Keith Winston is tired of fighting The war between werewolves and wizards rages on in Europe but he s come home to Red Rock Montan

  • Title: Cry Sanctuary
  • Author: Moira Rogers
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 472
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • He is tired of fighting She has nowhere to run.Red Rock Pass, Book 1Keith Winston is tired of fighting The war between werewolves and wizards rages on in Europe, but he s come home to Red Rock, Montana in hopes of finding a bit of peace Instead he finds strife as he struggles against the pack s dictates that he resume his place as the alpha s right hand man.When heHe is tired of fighting She has nowhere to run.Red Rock Pass, Book 1Keith Winston is tired of fighting The war between werewolves and wizards rages on in Europe, but he s come home to Red Rock, Montana in hopes of finding a bit of peace Instead he finds strife as he struggles against the pack s dictates that he resume his place as the alpha s right hand man.When he rescues a new wolf on the run, he knows his instant attraction to her could cause trouble What he doesn t expect is to find himself embroiled in another battle that goes against all his instincts and his heart.Abigail Adler learned about the existence of werewolves only when she became one With her life threatened by a corrupt alpha, she flees to the only sanctuary she knows Red Rock While she s grateful for the pack s protection, she chafes under its unbreakable rules of conduct except when it comes to submitting to the passion Keith stirs in her.Then her tormentor kidnaps her sister in an attempt to lure her out of hiding To save her, Abby and Keith must be willing to do the very thing that could get them all killed break all of the rules.

    • Cry Sanctuary by Moira Rogers
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      Published :2019-03-17T17:57:51+00:00

    About "Moira Rogers"

    1. Moira Rogers

      How do you make a Moira Rogers Take a former forensic science and nursing student obsessed with paranormal romance and add a computer programmer with a passion for gritty urban fantasy Toss in a dash of whimsy and a lot of caffeine, and enjoy with a side of chocolate by the light of the full moon.By day, Bree and Donna are mild mannered ladies who reside in the Deep South At night, when their husbands and children are asleep, they combine forces to unleash the product of their fevered imaginations upon the page.

    458 thoughts on “Cry Sanctuary”

    1. 2.5 starsCry Sanctuary was a decent paranormal read, nothing to great really stood out but nothing was bad either. Abby was turned against her will, she finds sanctuary in Red Rock Pass and there she is presented with the men who would serve as her guide during her initiation period. The initiation period is a very intimate period where you no only embrace the two halves of you but bond with your guide and after three months you can either walk away and find a mate or stay with your guide. Abby [...]


    2. Seems like a deliberate move to have the story based within the context of a war between werewolves and wizards, rather than the typical vampire foe. I like it! However, it would have been a lot more interesting to learn more about this war instead of having to read about it on the sideline (which wasn't much actually).Abby and Keith have good chemistry and their union is fulfilling, if a little too hasty. The idea of an Initiate asking another to be their Guide is a sweet, if dated, notion. Kin [...]


    3. Why I read: I really enjoy Moira Roger’s Southern Arcana series and wanted to try more from these authors.Favorite Quote: “If you blow up my woman, I will end you.”Favorite Quote #2: She bit off a curse and turned abruptly, her nails digging into her palms. “You’re mine,” she told him softly. The door slammed shut.Dylan Gennaro and Abby Adler are on the run from their violent alpha, Alan Matthews. Alan turned Abby against her will a month ago, and treats women very badly. Although Ab [...]



    4. I got ahold of Cry Sanctuary as a First Read. I had no clue what I was in for. I’ve never read anything in this series or these authors before. The first couple pages of the book totally hooked me. I immediately wanted to know what was going on. I thought the world was great. I liked the idea of Guides, the author’s attention to world building in terms of the town and the larger world outside the town, the new take on an old mythology (idea of wizards and the possible connection with werewol [...]


    5. Overall the book was interesting and flowed well. Its new slant on the werewolf lore was enjoyable. Vampires don't exist, but Wizards do. A part of that magic mixed in with the werewolves, making some of them very strong. It was a neat concept of the hierarchy among the wolves, and the differences between the "alphas" and the "submissives". I wanted to learn more about it and how they handled changing to their primitive selves.Unfortunately, the author didn't explore that aspect. She teases us w [...]


    6. After I read the prequel of the Red Rock Pass series, I thought that it was time to read “Cry Sanctuary” the first story in the series by Moira Rogers. I have to admit that it was a very interesting read. Of course, is a story with werewolves, but not like others of this genre. My impression is that it’s darker and while I was reading it I had a feeling that things in this world-building will get worse in time.The story is about Abigail and Keith. Abigail is a young woman who was a victim [...]


    7. I loved that this book was about Keith (the little boy we saw in Becoming). He was so adorable looking after Sam and helping his parents ang Gavin. I couldn't wait to see what kind of man he grew into.He is so strong and caring, doing everything he can to help the people he cares about. He was made Enforcer of the pack by Gavin and he does his job very well.Abby was a fantastic heroine. She was violently turned into a werewolf only one month ago, to be the unwilling female Alpha of Mathews pack. [...]


    8. I liked this one, I just thought there could have been more. More story. more resolution to the story. Sure, they tied up one part of the story line but they didn't give us the satisfaction of seeing Abby make peace with her wolf. Seriously, I got to the end and I kept looking for more. However, it was an intriguing premise and the writing was decent and I've already been checking out the others in the series.The plot? Strong Beta wolf helps strong female Beta after she escapes from the sadisti [...]


    9. This is a fairly fast paced paranormal romance novella that starts with action in the first chapter and it maintains the pace all the way through. I liked that the protagonist didn't spend a lot of time beating any dead horses, but the romance itself happened so quickly it was almost unbelievable. Almost. Given that it was a novella so there wasn't a lot of room to develop things I'd say it was very well done. I felt like I knew the characters well enough to sympathize with them fairly quickly i [...]


    10. I presume you know what the book is about. I'm letting you know what I liked or disliked about it.I liked the story line, enjoyed the characters, and the adventure. The characters were well developed. Abby and Keith have great chemistry as do each of the pairs of mates. I especially enjoyed reading about Abby's friend Dylan. I think he is one of those characters you come across in a story that you would like to know more about. We get some info but again, there is a hint of something more. hmmmm [...]


    11. A well written and very highly developed Paranormal world of werewolves, Cry Sanctuary sucks you in immediately as the action begins from the onset and keeps going to the end. The book follows the story of Abigail, whom is rescued by a friend from a sadistic Alpha and brought to Red Rock, Montana. There Abigail meets Keith who is a bit troubled by his past, but can't deny the urge to "protect" Abigail. The crazy, sadistic Alpha that made Abigail won't let go, though and when he kidnaps Abigail's [...]


    12. I really enjoyed this but it could have done with being a little longer with some more worldbuilding in it for me. Some of the backstories were sparse. Whether we will get more of that in the next installment is to be seen.Other than that a great story. Moira Rogers writes werewolves with the right mix of magic and myth. Great stuff.


    13. Hmmm, this one just didn't do it for my like her other series. I was still decent and I read the whole thing. However I didn't really get a connection with the characters. Couldn't get a grasp of Keith. Anyway, I will try the next one and hope that it was just the whole first book of the series thing.


    14. I'm going to admit at first I had a bit of trouble seeing Keith as the hero in this story. Only because I read the prequel and still kind of envision him as a 7 year old boy. However I got over that fairly quickly. Keith has indeed proved to be the kind of hero every girl dreams of.


    15. Enjoyable,but I felt like I missed some of the backstory. Enjoyed both main characters and the story. The relationship moved a little fast, but I'm willing to suspend disbelief b/c it's a paranormal.


    16. A nice little surprise, with more depth then I was expecting. I might even read some of her other book. In all 3.5


    17. (3.5 stars) "Cry Sanctuary" is the first book in the Red Rock Pass series and sets up a world where packs in the United States are tottering on the brink of civil war. With some Alphas abusing their power, the Red Rock pack serves as sanctuary for those needing assistance.Abby was bitten and forced to become a werewolf against her will. The abusive Alpha of the Helena pack, Alan Matthews, wants her for his own special brand of abuse with with the side of her friend, Dylan, she manages to escape [...]


    18. Sanctuary, led by the alphas Gavin and Sam, welcomes all refugee werewolves who are suffering at other packs through cruel alphas. Abby, newly turned werewolf, flees with the help of a friend and lands at Sanctuary. Keith, a war-tired warrior, would love to be her guide through the first months of initiation, but does Abby trust him? Their relationship is tested when her former alpha tries to get her backSlightly different in contents and "lore" about werewolves than other shifter/werewolf stori [...]


    19. Slightly better worldbuilding than the last werewolf/shifter romance series I started, but not by much. I picked this up when I discovered "Moira Rogers" was the paranormal-romance pen name of the same writing duo Kit Rocha, whose Beyond series I loved. But this seems rushed and unpolished by comparison, not so much a story as a teaser, and an excuse to get two lusty characters into bed with each other as quickly as possible without doing much to establish why.I do not intend to go on with this [...]


    20. I really loved this story. Although featuring werewolves, the characters remained in their human form throughout. This provides somewhat of an anticipation of what's to come in the series. With small amounts of sexual content, generally I would term this book as being a suspense. There's drama enough to have kept my attention squarely on the storyline, eager to find out where it was leading to. Adult content is mild to warm, with a few explicit words thrown in here and there, but that's not the [...]


    21. The Moira Rogers team is fantastic! I find myself continually drawn into their worlds and caring about their characters to such an extent that I actually cry and feel for them. And the romance is steamy hot! If you love sexy, engaging stories with strong heros and equally strong heroines plus a HEA, I highly recommend any of their books! (Though I am partial to the Bloodhounds series C'mon, yall - give me some more books, please!)


    22. Really exciting! Starts right off with a young couple trying to reach sanctuary. They send an Enforcer out to help the young couple, Dylan and Abby make it. There is a war going on in Europe between the Werewolves and the Wizard and the MC Keith has been fighting that war for 5 years and has returned home for peace and quiet. He is sent to help Abby and Dylan and he is pulled by his wolf to protect Abby. Looking forward reading more in the series.




    23. Recently, I read Crux by Moira Rogers, and really liked it. When the opportunity to read Cry Sanctuary, the first book in the Red Rock Pass series rose, I jumped on it! Before I read Cry Sanctuary, I read the free prequel, Becoming, which tells how the pack alphas, Gavin and Sam, met 40 years ago. Sam escaped from a viscious Alpha, Alan Matthews, and came to Gavin's pack for Sanctuary. (We also get a tiny peek of Keith as a child.)Cry Sanctuary is Abby and Keith's story. Abigail Adler's life has [...]


    24. I liked this book but I think the next with Brynn and Joe will be a lot better. Toward the ending of this book, I got a feeling something was going to happen good between Joe and Brynn. Abby was just not my favorite person.


    25. Cry Sanctuary was an exciting fast read for me, I enjoyed watching the relationship dynamics between Abigail "Abby" and Keith play out from the action packed start to the explosive ending. Abby and Keith neither tried to fight their physical attraction for the other. They both went with their instincts instead of trying to deny them. They just had self-doubts as to whether one would accept the other more on an emotional level because they were both trying to overcome issues from their past. But [...]


    26. Review of both Cry Sanctuary and Sanctuary Lost!*4 & 1/2 starts out of 5!It’s a well known fact that i have a penchant for alpha males, specially the shape shifting type. So, Moira Rogers’s Red Rock Pass series is right up my alley and I have to say I loved it.Sanctuary is actually two stories in one book. Cry Sanctuary and Sanctuary Lost both came out before in ebook version and now they have been put together and are coming out in one print volume.The modern world and society are hell [...]


    27. (This was originally published on Book Lovers Inc)This book is a novella (or short story? I never know the difference), and I think it’s difficult to write a good story in so few pages…but Moira Rogers (Bree and Donna) did an amazing job at creating a new world and making us crave for more. This is the first book in the series so we are still discovering everything. Red Rock Pass is a sanctuary for werewolves who need a place that is safe. The Alphas in this sanctuary helps those who need it [...]


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