Bite the Bullet
|Bite the Bullet|
|Publisher(s)||St. Martin's Paperbacks|
|Original Release Date||September 30, 2008|
|Audio Book Available||No|
Undead on Arrival
Bite the Bullet is the second book in the Crimson Moon series of novels.
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Sasha Trudeau considers herself a soldier first and a werewolf second. But while her secret government-sanctioned task-force faces its greatest challenge so far, Sasha faces something much more primal: the undeniable pull of the moon—and her own desires.
With rogue wolves savaging both the human and paranormal worlds, Sasha's team of elite operatives has one job: destroy the rogues and isolate the deadly toxin that's poisoned their blood. But the challenge is far more complicated than Sasha could have imagined. Soon she is thrust into a full-scale supernatural war for supremacy—and the only man left who Sasha can turn to might be the biggest danger to her of all. . .and in more ways than one.
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French Translation[edit | edit source]
Published November 9, 2011 by City Broché under the title Pur Sang and translated by Martine Desoille.
- ISBN: 2352887828 (ISBN13: 9782352887829)
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- In a 2007 interview with Access Romance, L.A. Banks said the title of book two in the Crimson Moon series was entitled "Cry Wolf".
- This name may have been the inspiration for book five in the series entitled Never Cry Werewolf.
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