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Hunter's Moon (Tales of the Sazi Series #1)

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

A pure delight

Mob hit man Tony Giodone, who also free-lances, meets a client Suzi Quentin at Nick's Tavern. She wants to hire him to kill her as she no longer can stand her life, but is unable to commit suicide. She explains that her mother and her sisters treat her with contempt a...
Mob hit man Tony Giodone, who also free-lances, meets a client Suzi Quentin at Nick's Tavern. She wants to hire him to kill her as she no longer can stand her life, but is unable to commit suicide. She explains that her mother and her sisters treat her with contempt and are destroying any relationships she fosters. Tony is stunned by her solution, but also finds himself attracted to her with ferocity like nothing he ever felt before even when he was bitten and changed into a werewolf. ............................ Tony is unable to do the deed, something he has always been able to do for a fee. Instead he wants to protect Sue, who he considers his lifemate and is willing to kill her abusive family for harming her. While he persuades Sue that she has a reason to live as his mate, they must face evil stronger than vile nasty human females while Tony is becoming acquainted with his furrier side........................... HUNTER¿S MOON is a strange tongue in cheek paranormal romantic suspense that readers will cherish. The interesting story line is unique because of Tony¿s occupation making him a werewolf antiheroic version of The Greatest American Hero. Besides a werewolf Mafia hit man and a victimized suicidal lead female, the rest of the characters are as wacky and weird as a South Florida who-done-it. Cathy Clamp and C. T. Adams need to bring back Tony and Suzi in future satirical good vs. evil adventures while he learns more about his hairier essence.................... Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on December 9, 2008

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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While the concept of the story is great, I find myself disliking Sue. She is just to clingy and the idea that anyone even with the sparks flying would just give up their life is insane. It's too big of a leap too soon in my opion. Other than that minor detail I like ...
While the concept of the story is great, I find myself disliking Sue. She is just to clingy and the idea that anyone even with the sparks flying would just give up their life is insane. It's too big of a leap too soon in my opion. Other than that minor detail I like the book. The male point of view is nice for a change - although at time it seems obvious it's a female author.

posted by Anonymous on January 23, 2007

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 19, 2010

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    Terribly disappointing!

    Horrible characters and bad plot. Don't waste your time and money on this book.

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