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The Killing Moon (Cole and Dana Book 1) Kindle Edition

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Length: 315 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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  • File Size: 1818 KB
  • Print Length: 315 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: December 22, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00BGRWZZ4
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V. J. Chambers writes about people who are drawn to the dangerous and the destructive. Intrigued by obsession, twisted love, and addictive behaviors, she pens dark romance and thrillers in varied settings, from contemporary to futuristic to paranormal.

Her book Slow Burn is one of ten books in the USA Today Bestselling anthology Red Hot Obsessions.

She lives in Shepherdstown, WV, with her boyfriend Aaron and their cat Isis.


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41 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Patricia on March 13, 2014
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This book had a lot of potential, and honestly I think the series still have a chance of turning it around. I liked where the story was going and how it was unfolding but I just kept waiting for something to happen and that moment never came.

Dana drove me crazy the whole time. I understand her contradictory feelings where she wanted Cole but felt disgusted with herself because of it, but did she really have to go on about it throughout the whole book? That put me off. The chemistry between Cole and Dana is very apparent since the moment they met back in High School which was way before either one of them got bit yet she doesn't realize this. I hated the fact that she refuses to understand the motives Cole had for doing what he was doing. In all Dana didn't come off as a disturbed victim of kidnapping but as stupid, fickle, and a total idiot!

Wish I could give it more stars but I was very disappointed with the way things turned out. There's no cliffhanger but nothing gets resolved either which is the same thing. I might read the next book "Bad Moon Rising" but I'm not sure yet. I'll think about it.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Kim T on August 29, 2014
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I hated this book! Not many books would I say that about but this one was awful! The main character made me so mad most of the time. She was kidnapped and almost killed by someone but then afterwards she is obsessed and in love with the guy - I mean come on!! My husband laughed at me because I kept getting so mad at this book. I actually could not finish the book that's how much I hated it. This book definitely wasn't for me. If you are looking for a long book for a cheap price then try it - that's the only reason I gave one star at all.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Kindle Customer on November 7, 2014
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This was one of those books I kept reading because I thought I had to be missing something. I wasn't. The so-called heroine of this book can't do her job, and seems unable to keep her clothes on or follow any rules or instructions from supervisor, and in fact lies to her psychiatrist and steals from a co-worker to gain access to the bad guy because she just can't resist. I suppose this was meant to show wolf pack hierarchy, but it fails miserably. The author keeps saying individuals couldn't be held responsible for what they did if it was just their nature, and in fact pointed out that victims' families felt cheated and the guilty party got to go back home, presumably "rehabilitated". I suppose, in this author's view, murderers shouldn't be jailed and executed for deliberate killings, pedophiles should be allowed to molest children because "it's just their nature", and rapists are poor misunderstood souls who can't get a date. if you get the feeling this book totally disgusted me, you're right. There is no negative number great enough (and yes, I know negative numbers are infinite) to adequately rate this waste of time and power for my Kindle. Thank goodness it was free.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By K.Dunst on September 5, 2014
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All I gotta say is that this story is messed up. Not exactly in a bad way, mind you, but this is definitely not a 'normal' story. Don't read it for any hopes of a romance, because I'm not sure this qualifies. Think Stockholm Syndrome with a werewolf twist. Honestly, I won't be reading more of this series, but that is because I can admit that the subject matter doesn't sit well with me. The writing was very well done, though. So much that even though I didn't like where the story was going, I still wanted to know more about the characters and how it ended. It was like passing an accident, for some reason you gotta keep looking though you know you shouldn't. When an author can write that well, they are worth keeping an eye on. So I will follow the author, if not this particular series.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By çbmoto on February 21, 2013
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Chambers is fearless and unapologetic in her portrayals of her main characters. She "goes there" and let's the reader into the naked parts of the psyche that most of us pretend don't exist. I loved this newest story and hope there are more installments to come. The reader is initially repulsed and horrified by Dana's feelings for her captor, but as the story develops, the lines between right and wrong blur into a captivating story line that isn't so much about werewolves as it is about the inner dark desires lurking below the surface (ok and there's some werewolf lovin' too). Loved it, read it, and read all her other books too!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Amy on October 27, 2013
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I received this book for free in exchange for a review and I'm very happy I agreed! At first I found it difficult to believe Dana was attracted to this guy that had her locked away and tortured for so long but I had to keep reminding myself that it was a Stockholm syndrome situation. Another thing I was having a hard time with is the bluntness of the characters. Sometimes someone would say something that felt like it was a little too forward and definitely not something I would ever think anyone would say but many of VJ Andrews' books books are like that; like some of the conversations aren't believable. Maybe it's because I'm shy and I wouldn't be so forward in many of the situations. I also think it's just part of VJ Andrews' personality. It doesn't make the book (or any of her books) bad. I actually like that she doesn't hold anything back.

I'm definitely looking forward to reading more in this series while I'm waiting for the next J&A book to come out.
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