Kit March is a rogue lycan hunter,
going against the rules of NODEAL, the National Organization
Against Ancient and Evolving Lycanthropes, which doesnít
allow female hunters. She hopes one day theyíll change their
minds though, and let her hunt legally, and for a paycheck.
Then everything changes when EFLA, The European Federation
of Lycan Hunters, merges with NODEAL, and basically takes
over. EFLA is even more rigid than NODEAL, and theyíve put a
price on Kitís head.
Rafe Santiago is the EFLA agent
assigned to take out Kit. Rafe is tough, and one of the
organizationís top agents. He goes after Kit with a
vengeance. He finds himself attracted to her, and knows that
will get in the way. He has to get past her rough exterior
to let her in on his secrets, but life intervenes first, and
she finds out the hard way that Rafe isnít exactly who she
thinks he is.
Kiss of a Dark Moon is
the second book in the Moon Chasers series. The action is
intense, and the story line was intriguing. Rafeís secret
made the book interesting for me, and as such I would have
liked to have seen it explored earlier in the book.
Kitís rough exterior made her a little
hard for me to relate to. Still, Rafe and Kit are a good
match, and their relationship proved interesting.
Kiss of a Dark Moon is a
good follow-up to Marked by Moonlight, the
first book in the Moon Chasers series, and it will be
interesting to see where the series goes next.