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- Print Length: 386 pages
- Publication Date: February 28, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B007FGB25E
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #784,538 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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More About the Author
When I'm not being a mom I enjoy being a nerd. I'm addicted to all things Joss Whedon. I wish I knew The Doctor and rode around in the TARDIS. I harbor a secret love of Star Trek and a childhood infatuation with Bruce Wayne. I like to sing loud and badly in the car to my Boston Station on Pandora and I have a weird obsession with lip balm. I watch movies with my friends who live across the country and get a perverse kick out of those mean ecards.
But the nerdiest of all is my voracious appetite for books. Ever since I was a kid I was reading everything I could get my hands on. I was reading adult fantasy novels in fourth grade, beginning with Piers Anthony and spiraling out to Anne McCaffrey, J.K. Rowling, Mercedes Lackey and Robert Jordan. I'm still positive I am the only kid who was grounded from their books when I got in trouble and it's still the worst form of punishment I can endure. My love for the paranormal started early as well. I loved watching werewolf movies like Silver Bullet and An American Werewolf In London and that carried over into my reading choices, but it was really Charlaine Harris and Patricia Briggs who inspired me to write my own paranormal romance novels.
Ever since Jr. High when I attempted to write my first book--a sad version of the Robin Hood story that shall never see the light of day--I dreamed of becoming a real author. I love cracking open a book and, for those few hundred pages, escaping into another world, living a different life and letting my imagination soar. That is what I hope to give to my readers: a small vacation from their lives where they can be entertained, absorbed, laugh and maybe cry. I want to do what so many wonderful authors have done before me and make my readers happy, if only for a few hundred pages.
So thank you for letting me live my dream. Thank you for reading my paranormal romance novels, for loving my main characters and hating the bad guys, for being so amazing with your reviews and warm, encouraging comments. Thank you.
Top Customer Reviews
Why I rated this story at only two stars is the ending or more accurately the non-ending. Now I realize there is a need for a certain level of "cliff hangers" in a story that is part of a series but at least conclude one piece of the plot line. Nothing is resolved at the close of this story. In fact yet another aspect and conflict is added.
It simply feels like the story - if it were a tv show - had cut away to commercial intermission with the entire second "act" yet to come.
As others said, it does start a little slow, but picks up quickly when Shelby meets Cash. The chemistry is good, Shelby is funny, and Cash is hot. Up until the ending I would have given this book 4 stars. However the abrupt ending just made me angry. I am all for sequels and setting hem up, but you have to at least finish the climax! I thought I was missing part of the book until I read the other reviews.
I thought, okay I will just buy the sequel, but over a year after the book was published, the sequel isn't out yet. Now I am just angry because I don't know how Cash and Shelby's story ends. I don't know if I will buy more books from this author at this point and if I do, I will wait if there are enough reviews to be sure the whole story is included.
I read a lot of shifter/were books. I enjoy them and the diversity of the lore used to create them. Cait definitely put her own spin on were lore, which always makes me happy. I also enjoyed that all of the "mystery" that was unfolding was not were/super naturally related. Cait has a fun sense of humor that made Shelby a character to love. Reading her inner monologues were a hoot and a half, especially as they pertained to Cash. I really wish the next book was already out because the ending is not all wrapped up in a pretty little bow. There are a few typographical errors in the version I downloaded, which may be an issue for some readers.
You do not need to read Cowboy Moon to enjoy this book, but I do think I enjoyed it more because I had read it.
You hit the top and start rolling downhill full speed and you're screaming "YAY, WOOHOO!"
The ride ends, you pull into the station and go, "I just waited in line a hour, for that?"
BUT you know, damned well, you're going to go wait in line for another hour jumping up and down with excitement the whole time.
So concludes my extremely juvenile metaphor of how I felt while reading Hunter Moon.
The beginning was fairly slow. You're introduced to Shelby and are given a pretty thorough look at how difficult but rewarding her life is. She's inherited a large amount of land from her grandfather and is doing her best to maintain her cattle to ensure a fiscal future for herself. Raised by her grandfather on the ranch she's used to hard work and tough talking. Unfortunately at times I found her "tough talk" to be a bit over the top. I understand being a strong woman but at times it seemed unnecessary. When introduced to the gorgeous game warden, Cash, she feels a connection to him but seems to do everything in her power to push him away. Lucky for her she's got a pull on him that she doesn't even know about. The paranormal elements don't really show themselves until about a third of the way through the book, but once they did things really took off for me. I started getting excited, reading the pages as quick as I could to unravel the mystery of the wolf that kept showing up at her house, and the pull that she had over Cash.. When things started to heat up, some big questions answered, and a kidnapping thwarted things abruptly ended.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great book....loved the story...but.....it ends in a BIG cliffhanger...and there is no sequel as of yet...why do that to your readers?Published 13 months ago by Smart Shopper
I am a prolific reader and enjoy many different authors. It seems to be a growing trend with kindle books to end with cliff hangers. This books doesn't END, it JUST STOPS! Read morePublished 17 months ago by F. Jones
This was a great story. I really enjoyed it the characters were strong and funny. No damsel and distressed here.Published 17 months ago by Kindle Customer
It just wasnt my kind of read. To far fetched for my liking. Not much more to say about itPublished 20 months ago by Amazon Customer
I enjoyed the story but the grammar editing was really rough. It made it hard to stay in the atmosphere of the story,but was strong enough to keep me goingPublished on November 17, 2013 by Handydeb51
Book was moving along pretty well then was just over like the author stepped out in the middle of a thought and never came back to finish. What a awful ending (or no ending). Read morePublished on September 9, 2013 by sue
I really quite enjoyed Hunter Moon. I found Shelby's prickly cowgirl persona appealing. I liked her sarcastic narration (even if it was largely in first person). Read morePublished on April 21, 2013 by Sadie Forsythe
I found this book very easy to lose yourself in and I am very with it. Please give it a go.Published on April 13, 2013 by Cassie