- File Size: 1904 KB
- Print Length: 216 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: C.D. Gorri (August 29, 2014)
- Publication Date: August 29, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00N5WF13Q
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #563,401 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Hunter Moon: A Grazi Kelly Novel: Book 2 (Grazi Kelly Novel Series) Kindle Edition
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This is a fast-paced story of good versus evil with unique elements. There are werewolf packs with different missions, super-human fights, demons, good and bad witches, gypsies, and an alarming prophecy. Grazi changes from human to wolf in a perfectly realistic manner, as her senses of smell and hearing expand. The author puts you in the story. I love the poetic descriptions: “This forest was ancient and heavy with memories.” I highly recommend this book!
There is an overall theme set to this book that I believe many reviewers and readers might miss, that really shows off C.D. Gorri’s ability. With the entire story, most of the elements are presented with dualities that make a re-read fantastically interesting.
Two sides to the magic of witches.
Two sides to Grazi.
Two sides of a romantic interest.
Truths and lies.
Secrets and disclosure.
Past and present.
Wolf and woman.
It’s all there if you read it with a thirst for a good story. And if you read it, looking for this duality, you can really see the strengths of C.D. Gorri’s ability
Ultimately, Grazi’s growth seems constantly, and deliberately slowed by those around her. It is hard to know who she really trusts.
Many fast paced action and romantic moments pepper the read. I must admit, I very much dislike romance triangles. And even then, I found the romantic triangle in Hunter Moon well written.
The story ends with an excellent cliff hanger and a more thorough introduction to Grazi’s enemy, and another facet of the world she is just beginning to know.
Grazi is learning a lot about herself, what with just discovering she’s a werewolf, and about her parents who died when she was quite young. She’s starting a journey to avenge her parents’ death. Along the way, she’s falling in love and dealing with some interesting family drama (of the paranormal and normal types). We get some hints about how Ronan may develop to become more dominant, which could be interesting as their relationship develops further.
This is an excellent YA paranormal fantasy. You just want to hang on and join the ride with Grazi and Ronan. The plot is complex, and it’s clear the author has a long plan in mind here. This book can standalone, as the first can, but they are stronger together. I highly recommend this book to readers of YA paranormal fantasy.
I joined Grazi and the cast of fleshed out supporting characters as they continue to battle the dark and dangerous supernatural forces. The characters making a return in this second installment continue to grow and Grazi starts to come to terms with her destiny.
The slowly developing attraction between Grazi and Ronan is unrushed and, therefore, believable.
At the end of this book, I was ready for book three of the series.
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