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Dance in the Moonlight (Dark War Chronicles) (Volume 2) Paperback – March 10, 2014
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Renee is your average normal mid 20’s human college student. Not a care in the world other than getting through finals. But on the night of her birthday a downtown club outing turns her life around. Seeking a place to hide from creatures that are chasing her she finds herself face to face with Coran and a chance meeting may turn into a not so gentle kick in the ass from fate. Attraction is immediate but Coran isn’t willing to risk suffering more of the pain he still feels from his last mate’s death. Renee digs Coran but is overwhelmed by the world she’s been dropped into. With a recent random package at her sub apartment door, she finds herself in possession of an evil stone that both factions want in their grip. She of course had no idea what it is or that it’s the source of the recent strange activity in her life. But with the return of her ability to see “shadows” on the people around her she’s coming to the realization that her life may never be normal again. And though she wants nothing more than to go back to school and be the normal human, she has to decide what she wants more: normalcy or a werewolf who makes her blood boil.
I loved Kessler’s first DWC book, In the Light of the Moon, and I am more than impressed by the 2nd. Kass, a naughty little panther from Light, makes an appearance and we are brought back to Lucius, a ruthless Vampire intent on controlling his territory with an iron fist. We really get to see some of his thought-process in this book and I just love it. We also get better acquainted with the other side of this war, The Vampire rule-makers (and breakers) the Circle. And the tricksy and hell bent on destroying the world, Marcus. Who I know will play a massive role from this book forward. We also meet the Hunters. An ancient secret society in place to protect the human population from naughty vamps. I’m hopeful that future stories will intertwine with this organization or maybe have some spin offs which there should be ample opportunity for.
This book is big on story-line and bringing you into the world. If you’re looking for your normal smut smut and more smut this wouldn’t be the way to go. The heat is small but intense in this book and I feel that it’s the perfect level for the story. Though it could stand on its own I think it’s a much better idea to get the first book and start from there to really understand all that’s going on.
In the Light of the Moon -http://www.amazon.com/Light-Moon-Dark-War-Chronicles/dp/1490390987
Coran, apparently an Irish version of Fabio, tends bar in The Corner. He gives her a drink on the house then ends up being entangled in her story through the rest of the novel. The main theme is that some bad vampires want to raise ‘The Father’ which would lead to basically the end of the world. Lucius and his collection of shifters, including Jaxon and Kassity from the first book, are thwarting the really bad vampire agenda in favor of Lucius relatively not so heinous…maybe plan. Yeah.
It is well done. Standard editing flubs but they don’t so much detract from the story. The characters are fun and the overall arc seems to be proceeding with twists and turns. I haven’t been slung off yet. Four out of five satisfaction units are hereby awarded. (Sound the trumpets)
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