Samantha Moon is a private investigator with a rare skin disease. AKA - vampirism.
In this riveting sequel to Moon Dance, Samantha is working two cases:
1. Searching for a crime lord so her client can take his revenge.
2. Protecting Monica, a nice young woman whose husband has vowed to kill her, even as he sits on death row.
Sounds difficult, unless you have super human strength, psychic intuition, and the ability to fly. Not to mention, invisibility from video surveillance.
This novel, much like the first one, grabbed me by the throat and had me reading as fast as I could. I physically could not put this novel down (well, kindle, but still). With a werewolf for a lover, a knack for automatic writing, a best friend (Fang) whose she's never met, and a dead-beat husband who needs some good old fashioned karma, I read this entire novel in one sitting.
If anyone is looking for the next book that will knock them away from their usual genre - read this. Read this. Read this.
And if you want to start at the beginning of the series, peek at these related blogs:
[x] The Woman Beneath the Vampire
[x] Reality in a Fictitious World
[x] Succumbing to Vampires
Vampire Moon on Amazon
rating: 5/5 cups