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Hunter's Moon (Nightcreature Series #2)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 4, 2005

    Hunter's Moon

    Impelled by a tragic past, Leigh Tyler has become one of the finest Juger - Suchers on the planet, and due to this capability, when Jessie (Blue Moon) needs training, Edward summons Leigh to be her guide. The teacher may have a bit to learn from her student though. After all, Jessie and her lover, Will, just killed the wolf god. Now these three, and the enigmatic Damien must join together to stop the Wendigo, the ultimate lycanthrope. Making it all the more dangerous is this villain's unholy desire for Leigh herself, a passion that will force her to go to confront the deepest darkness; either to be consumed or triumph. ......................... **** This book and its predecessor have all the hallmarks of an upcoming classic series; focus is sharpley maintained, the heroes are flawed and compelling, the tension level taut, yet lightened with wit. Be sure and add both Hunter's Moon and Blue Moon to your keeper shelf- and make room for Dark Moon, the third book coming soon. ****

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  • Posted March 30, 2011

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    Awesome read!

    Who doesn't like bad-ass chicks and guys that make your heart swoon? This book turned out to be nothing like i have read before. From the make-your-heart-melt scenes to the werewolf-ass-kicking. Not that i have something against werewolves but in this book they were shown under a different light - as the baddies.

    Leigh Tyler is a former kindergarten teacher whose world is shattered when her family, including her fiance, is murdered by a white werewolf. Soon after, she is recruited as a member of the Jager-Suchers, a secret organization of werewolf hunters. Her leader Edward sends her to the town of Crow Valley, Wisconsin, to investigate unusual werewolf activity, as it appears there is a werewolf killing and eating other werewolves. Edward also wants Leigh to train a new Jager-Sucher recruit named Jessie McQuade.

    Upon arrival in Crow Valley, Leigh meets a mysterious drifter named Damien Fitzgerald. Since the death of her fiance, Leigh has avoided men and focused her attention on hunting down the white werewolf that murdered everyone she loved. But Damien awakens something in her that she thought had died with her former life. However, there is something about him that is not quite right. Leigh soon fears that Damien may be the thing she has devoted her life to destroy.

    The relationship between Leigh and Damien was getting quite suffocating in the book but Jess and Will provided the perfect distraction from the werewolf killing and sex scenes.

    Damien - i knew something was up with this character. I mean the pieces were sort of fitting and hinting towards the obvious - drum roll - werewolf. Plus this was kind of a clichéd pairing with the werewolf hunter falling for the werewolf. But i can't say i didn't enjoy it.

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  • Posted May 27, 2010

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    Hunter's Moon

    This is the fourth book in a series that's up to nine books, so far. Leigh Tyler, a kindergarten teacher, that was engaged and had everything going for her at one time. Then werewolves destroyed her life as she knew it. Now she's on a mission to kill them all. She has no life outside of this mission that she put her life on. In comes sexy, intriguing, Damien Fitzgerald. He's the first guy she's considering getting involved with since her life turned tragic. This story has many twists and is thrilling at certain points. To fully enjoy this series, it should be read in order. The plot and characters from Blue Moon to Hunter Moon get interesting and Dark Moon, which follows this book gets even better.

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