Thursday, 18 December 2014

Book Review: Hunter Moon (Moon Series Book 4) by Jeanette Battista

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 479 KB
  • Print Length: 198 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Jeanette Battista (Dec 4 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English

With the threat of a werehyena takeover dealt with, Kess, Finn, and Rafe can finally enjoy the tentative peace Miami has to offer. As Kess moves forward with her decision to open up the territory to peaceful weres, she knows that the Keepers of Divine Order—a group of werejackal assassins—are watching her every move. If her plan fails, she knows they won’t hesitate to eliminate her and her friends.

When several werehyenas suddenly disappear and Mebis, the Keeper assigned to Miami, goes unexpectedly missing, Kess fears the worst. But even she’s unprepared for this latest threat: a hunter hiding in plain sight whose only goal is killing werecreatures. Can Kess and her friends survive this most dangerous game?

About the Author: Jeanette Battista

Jeanette Battista graduated with an English degree with a concentration in medieval literature which explains her possibly unhealthy fixation on edged weapons and cathedral architecture. She spent a summer in England and Scotland studying the historical King Arthur, which did nothing to curb her obsession. To satisfy her adrenaline cravings—since sword fighting is not widely accepted in these modern times—she rode a motorcycle at ridiculously high speeds, got some tattoos, and took kickboxing and boxing classes. She gave up the bike when her daughter came along, although she still gets pummeled at the gym on a regular basis.
When she’s not writing or working, Jeanette spends time with family, hikes, reads, makes decadent brownies, buys killer boots, and plays Pocket Frogs. She wishes there were more hours in the day so she could actually do more of these things. She lives with her daughter and their two psychotic kittens in North Carolina.
Jeanette is represented by Pamela van Hylckama Vlieg at the Foreword Agency.
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My Review: I have slowly become addicted to this world as it merrys the fantastic notion of were's living in our society and the politics of the many factions/species.  I slowly got to know the characters through the last three books and their personalities further developed in this one.  Without giving away any big spoilers on this series I will say I DID NOT EXPECT the plot twists at all.  I really enjoyed how Jeanette was able to add another dimension to the story with Lukas and Zamiel.  I am going to continue with the next in this series and hope that we see much more from Jeanette in the future.  I easily give this book a 5 out of 5 as I commonly am able to predict most stories with great accuracy.  I wasn't able to predict anything with these books so far!