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Howl at the Moon begins with Kama attending school and happily (yet secretly) dating Jack. However all of that changes when Kama is attacked in Central Park by unknown mutated creature. She is badly wounded and Jack, instead of staying by her side, disappears. Kama is hurt and confused by this, and she assumes Jack has abandoned their relationship. She has no one to ask about his absence, being as their involvement was a secret and she doesn't want to appear too interested. She turns to her friend Cade from school, who we met in book one, and this reader couldn't have been happier.
Cade! Yes! I'm so happy we get more of him in this book. I know in my heart of hearts that Kama will ultimately not end up with him (I always choose the wrong team), but she gives him one heck of a chance in Howl at the Moon. Honestly, the ending of the book left me happy with her choices. Of course there is another book to come, and we know things can't stay in happy-happy land for good. We learn a few of Cade's secrets in this story, and I'm sure there is more to come in regard to his past and the role he plays in the supernatural world JFF has created.
The book does alternate POV for a few chapters into Jack's perspective, which is good to find out where he is and why. Otherwise the reader would write him off as being an inconsiderate a**. We get a glimpse into Jack's past, into his upbringing and first love, and we get to see when he discovered he was Loup. There is some fun Loup/Central Park/mutant action in this story - battles for territory and for what's right and wrong. Kama also gets to travel to Northern Michigan at her grandfather's request to learn more about her mother's side of the family. Being a Michigan native, I found this part accurate and fun.
Overall, Howl delves deeper in the world of the supernatural and sets up a big plot line for the next novel. I'm curious to discover where JFF will take us next. I'm looking forward to reading the conclusion!
The bad: some editing is needed, there were a few places where it distracted from the story. Also there were times where the POV would change to Jack but it was unexpected and didn't really flow with the timeline.
The continuation of the Loup series was good. Some heavy content and emotions are addressed which I really liked. It wasn't all flowers and sunshine. The Loupe were thrust into situations that would make anyone emotionally scarred.
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