"Full of action this is a hard read to put down"
Werewolves are showing up dead in Noturne City and not just
any werewolves but ones from the oldest packs in the city.
Luna Wilder is asked by a colleague to help out on the case
even though she isn't a detective anymore. Stuck in the
SWAT team is just where her bosses want her so they won't
be too happy to find her working on any case. Another
person not happy with Luna's involvement in the case is her
boyfriend, Dmitri. However Luna is the right person for the
job even if it means she could be the next victim.
Luna tracks down the killings to a band of Wendigos who
drink the blood of their victims for strength. Only
believed to exist in legends, the Wendigos are the real
deal and Luna finds herself seeking out some of the more
friendly ones to ask for their help. So with all the help
she can get, Luna is off trying to find an invisible were-
killer while fighting off everything the wendigo can throw
I have really been enjoying the Nocturne series and was
eagerly awaiting this third book. Full of action this is a
hard read to put down. Read too fast and you might miss
something. Take a break and you may loose the plot or
forget some important information. Nothing is boring about
this latest read but I have to say that I didn't think it
was better than the first two books.
Luna is a some what stubborn and tough character but in
this book she left me frustrated. Chasing a killer with
werewolves, wendigos and other things that go bump in the
night is never going to be easy but to see the main
character get hurt so much was sad. Also her boyfriend
Dmitri is not my favourite 'bad guy boyfriend' so their
relationship problems seemed like a waste of paper for me.
Even though this wasn't my favourite of the series so far
this series is still on my must read list. The ending of
this book had an interesting new development that will have
Luna busy for, hopefully, a few more books. Great plot,
well written and paranormal at its best. Not to be missed
if you are following the series.
Reviewed by Amber Chalmers
Posted May 4, 2009