Wednesday, 13 November 2013

Long Night Moon (Seasons of the Moon #3) by S.M. Reine

Long Night Moon (Seasons of the Moon, #3)
Blurb (from Goodreads):
Something is killing innocent people around Rylie Gresham's town. The police think it's a wild animal, but she has other suspicions. There are new kids at school, and they have a lot in common with her: gold eyes, super strength, and a habit of turning furry. It seems Rylie's not the only werewolf around anymore.

It's up to Rylie and her werewolf-hunting boyfriend, Seth, to stop the killings. But saving lives doesn't come naturally to a monster, and territory battles could risk the life of her sickly aunt--not to mention her own. Rylie has no choice but to stand her ground, protect her home, and stop the murderers before anyone else gets hurt.


Long Night Moon by S.M. Reine

My rating: 3 of 5 stars


Long Night Moon (Seasons of the Moon, #3)(Source: Downloaded for free from smashwords.com)
This is the third book in the ‘Seasons of the moon’ series, and kicks off where book 2 ‘All Hallows Moon’ left off.
**Warning – some unavoidable spoilers for books 1 & 2.**
Riley has a lot to face in this instalment, as her aunt’s illness escalates, new werewolves arrive in town, and dead humans start showing up.
Who is the killer? What do these other werewolves want? And is there anything Riley can do to help her aunt?


This was an okay third instalment, but again had its silly moments.

Riley behaved how she behaved in the previous books – she tried to be proactive in keeping people safe from her wolf, but she also made some very poor decisions, and it took her a while to catch on to certain things as well.

The storyline in this was okay, although like the first 2 books this one was quite predictable. The romance escalated between Riley and Seth, but again I wasn’t all that into it really. I thought that some of Riley’s observations and decisions were nothing short of stupid at times, and Seth’s decision making skills seemed to go the same way in this one.
The ending was unexpected, and I didn’t guess who the killer was. I wasn’t overly impressed with the ending though, and we were also left with a cliff-hanger, which is the first time this has happened in this series.
Overall; another okay instalment,
6 out of 10.


1 comment:

  1. Seems like this is just an okay series. Not sure it's worth it.

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