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Son of the Moonless Night Paperback – March 7, 2016
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I love a physically and emotionally strong heroine, and Kat fit the bill. She thinks fast on her feet, which is a good thing since she hunts dangerous paranormal beings. But little does Kat know that her world is about to turn upside down. She rescues a shape shifter (a terrific opening scene guaranteed to draw readers in), then decides to use him as a means of gaining much-needed information. What wasn’t on her agenda was falling deeply in love with this flawed man.
Owen is a man with a mission, seeking revenge for the death of his friend Roc, another shifter (and Rhys’s brother—yes, it’s a small world). Owen’s laser-focus is disrupted when Kat enters his life. I found the dialogue between Owen and Kat to ring true and rooted for their relationship even before they knew they were falling in love.
Son of the Moonless Night has tons of action, with some nice curve balls thrown in to keep you guessing. This is paranormal suspense at its best! You can easily read it as a stand-alone, but I’d recommend going back and checking out the first two books in the series, The Promised One and Blood Brothers for the full experience.
I enjoyed this paranormal story from C.D. Hersh. They dropped me into the action right at the start and I found myself curious as to where Owen came from and wanted to know more about what he was trying to accomplish throughout the story and why. Kat (Katrina Romanovski that is) is a great counter part to him, with her FBI background and her quick thinking. The fact that she's a hunter doesn't hurt either, especially considering the fact that she falls for one of the supernatural beings she's supposed to be hunting. No problem. Right?
Owen isn't your typical supe though. He's on a mission of revenge for whoever killed his buddy Roc. So in a way, he's hunting things too. Things a lot like him. You'd think he'd be primal to a fault, but he's not, most of the time. And he's so sweet with Kat (what criminal cleans and returns the things they've stolen?) that I smiled many times over during their interactions. I'm not surprised she found herself tripping head over heels for this guy.
I liked the fact that the story wasn't just about Kat and Owen, also. There are plenty of people to get attached to in Son of the Moonless night, and plenty of questions to keep you guessing what's what and who to trust throughout the book.
Thanks to C.D. Hersh for a complimentary copy to read and review honestly.