"a delightful read with some very funny and very sexy scenes"
Blue Moon is the first in Lori Handeland's Moon Series and
it's a winner.
Officer Jesse McQuade is wickedly sarcastic kick ass cop in
the rural Wisconsin town of Miniwa and something is very
unusual is happening. During the investigation of what
seems like a routine accident involving a vehicle and an
animal, Jesse encounters a gorgeous naked man when she
tracks the wounded animal. Professor Will Cadotte is a
simply exquisite specimen and the first man to ever
distract Jesse from her job.
As very dead bodies and evidence disappear into thin air,
Jesse begins to wonder if Cadotte is indeed what he seems.
The sexual tension builds steadily as Jesse and Cadotte
must each deal with their own feelings of personal
inadequacies in context to their growing attraction to each
other and also trying to figure out what the increasingly
unexplainable events are leading up to.
With Cadotte's expertise in Native legends and Totems, the
picture that's starting to come together is chilling and
the number of people Jesse can trust is growing steadily
smaller, leaving her unsure of anything but her growing
feelings for Cadotte. If Jesse's conclusions are right,
then the only explanation left is that something paranormal
is happening, something big and its set to happen on the
night of the Blue Moon, something that just may include
werewolves and dead gods.
This novel is a delight to read, Jesse's wickedly sarcastic
quips and Cadotte's patient strength create some very funny
scenes and some very sexy ones. Well worth reading and this
is only the first in the series.
Courtesy: Eternal Night
Posted February 12, 2006
Reviewed by Leola Brooks
Posted November 21, 2006