Simon Connor has kidnapped Rose Sullivan,
believes that he has murdered everyone at the PRDI and has
left one of his men behind. Everything is going according to
plan and nothing can impede Simon from implementing his
twisted and deranged plot. Heartbroken and torn, Rose is less
than willing to be a pawn in this madmanís twisted scheme.
Convinced that Jason is dead, Rose refuses to submit to Simon
and that conceivably any hope of escaping from his clutches
may lie with a sympathetic human named Claire.
Simonís mistake was underestimating
Jasonís resilience and that it will take more than a few
bullets to keep him away from his abducted mate. Blinded by
rage, impatience and the desire to inflict serious damage;
Jason sets out to locate Simon and the other hunters.
During his quest, Jason discovers that
there are others of his kind willing to aid him, and unite to
fight for their survival. Can they thwart Simonís conspiracy
before it is too late, or will the deceptive psychopath
Blood Moon is clever,
witty, captivating and spine-chilling. Even though the story
was a little predictable at times, it was still very good.
This is the second book of the Moon Series and I must say that
it well surpassed the first book. I felt that Rose Marie
Wolfís Blood Moon took me on a suspenseful
journey that left me cheering for the good guys along with
tense moments that left me at the very edge of my seat.