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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 29, 2006

    Doesn't Live Up to the First

    First, I should say that this book should get two and a half stars, because while it was okay it was disappointing, especially when compared to Hunter's Moon. Unlike the former, this story doesn't advance naturally the way HM did. The main character is supposed to be smart and paranoid. Each time the obvious happens she completely misses it and continuously fails to make easy connections, i.e that Nurse Carol is part of the Thrall, or how she keeps getting cut up when no one has touched her, or telling Tom why she's helping her ex. She just may have a savior complex. These failures do much to advance the plot without much development of Tom, the love interest. Even the way they 'fell in love' is not quite understandable since it occurs in a matter of two days and one kiss without her even learning much about him, although we do learn a little more later on, but nothing that explains his attraction to her except that he's a wolf and she's an alpha which attracts male wolves. The story more clear concerning Kate and her former lover (and their feelings about each other) although what happened to him in the end is left unexplained. Tom comes across as almost a kid in a grown man's body who stands around and either gawks with his mouth open or disappears only to reappear in the nick of time. Because we never get anything from his point of view, his reaction to things seem quite simple or childish. When read after reading HM, this book just doesn't hold up. The writing style that made HM so different is missing here and while the book is fast-paced, the annoying things that the main character does makes it hard to continue or care about what happens near the end.

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