Adriel should have known that with a werewolf, it never stopped with just one body. She would have gone to the police after witnessing Dolores’ death, but she wasn’t certain the killer she saw was responsible for the other murders. Besides, the police didn’t believe in werewolves, and they weren’t going to believe she was a witch either so what could she tell them?
She kept her eyes and ears open while she tried to help her latest client escape the clutches of a voodoo witch, but things went from bad to worse when more bodies turned up. She was greatly relieved when she met White Feather, an undercover cop. Unfortunately, he wasn’t convinced she was innocent of all wrong-doing.
It was going to take every spell she knew and a few she hadn’t tried to solve the murders and stay alive.
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First of all, I’d like to thank Maria for asking me to review this even though she knows I can be a major ass at times. I promise I’ll be gentle!
Under Witch Moon starts as a fairly interesting book. We have two crazy women tackling each other in a desert of sorts, hints of werewolves, vampires, loads of creepy crawlers and a serial killer who mutilates his victims and who also might be a werewolf. Not bad.
But then it gets boring. We get loads of talk and no action. Adriel is silly, immature and a major coward. She got on my nerves a lot and is totally not my kind of heroine. I love strong badass women not schoolgirls. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t hate the schoolgirl type, and I surely wouldn’t want it to be replaced by a pornstar *cough*GeorginaKincaid*cough*, but when reading an Urban Fantasy book I prefer to have a major bitch as a main character. That’s just how my mind rolls.
As the story went on I felt that most of the events were unimportant, and I was confused most of the time. I felt like I was trapped into a maze, not knowing which way to go, what to do, where to look. I just wanted out.
White Feather is the hottie of the series. He was okay I guess, didn’t really impress me. I felt that there was no spark between him and Adriel so their romance was insignificant to me.
The second half of the book seemed to drag on forever. I totally lost interest and I felt like the book would be better if it was shorter than being filled with unnecessary details.
So I guess that’s all. Maria, in order to make it up, I got you a really hot date. He’s a bit shy so don’t go too hard on him.
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