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Posted February 18, 2013
Great read! Hunter's Moon is the 9th book in her Vampire Realm
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Hunter's Moon is the 9th book in her Vampire Realm series but you don't have to read the other books to understand what's happening in this one. It is a story about two natural enemies, a werewolf and a vampire falling in love. Altough I don't really like stories about shifters, weres, I Loved this one. Oh and I love the cover (pretty sure, I'm not the only one... You can guess why... yes yes The Moon, I Love the Moon :P)
The beginning of the book is really exciting. We learn some things about our Werewolf, Nicolae, but really interesting ones, like about his relationship with the local timber wolf pack. Also the hunters come into the scene early. After that, we don't have to wait so much to find out about the vampire Tatyana. She was deadly wounded by the hunters. But against his every hate for her kind, Nicolae couldn't bring himself to leave her die there, so He took her to his home to heal her and get answers about the Hunters. After some pages we are going to learn more about Tatyana as she woke up in the werewolf's house.
Since i'm more of an action type of reader, usually i just want to get to the dialogue, the actions and skip the too much descriptions... I haven't problem in this here, because there are descriptions as much as a reader needs, neither more nor less. There's no too much, too early. We learn something new in each chapter about the characters or how their world works. The dialogue was interesting, realistic, smart and effective.
As for the sexual content of the story, we have to work hard to get to the sex scene, and even then it goes slowly, it's sweet and soft. This book had great sexual build up. The constantly grewing attraction bring to us passionate scenes when they near by the other, even when there are just unsaid thoughts in their heads and they don't touch eachother. And no, it's not annoying... In some books I screaming "just go to the bedroom NOW, damn it!! " but here these scenes are so powerful even with no-sex, not even with a kiss.
What I didn't like:
The last Fight was a little rush and less exciting than Tatyana's fight with the ww alpha...
The characters are well developed and life-like. Starting with Nicolae, He is tough and strong, not just phisically, but emotionally too. The guy has been through hell and he's come back stronger. Nicolae is sexy, damaged and definitely interesting. Could be an awesome alpha. Altough his hatred of the vamps in his deep, his not a jerk with the girl at first place, He just keeps distance from Her, but after they getting talking about their past it'll change.
Tatyana is desperately trying to prove to her bloodline and everyones around her that she's not weak. As we're getting to know her better, we'll see she's actually a really strong woman. With this and her desire to help others she is a very likeable vampire. She is on a mission, She left her home to take a revenge. They both have weaknesses and strength.
The Hunters are interesting parts of the story. In the beginning we're learn that they after Tatyana, but as we know later from the vampire, She is went after Them. But then what the bloody hell are they really after and why? Now this is an interesting turn point.
Anyways I would love to read how their story continues, even if it wasn't cliffhanger in the end.
I would recommend this to anyone who loves Romance, action filled stories, Everyone who loves / doesn't love werevolves, vampires equally, because this is nothing like the usual.
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Posted June 12, 2011
Worth every penny
I love this book. Characters are great and the storyline is good enough to keep you interested. It's a lot more romance than action (but there is definitely some of that). Not for one minute did Heaton make me forget what the underlying issue is. Definitely pick this up for a quick read. It's like 500 pages, but I flew through it in 2 days (Read whenever I had free time).Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 9, 2011
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