Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Hunter's Moon (Moon #2) by M.J. O'Shea
Miles craves adventure. Freedom from his monotonous routine; but he's started to believe that perhaps adventure isn’t in his stars—until a late night encounter makes him wonder if the creatures he creates in his stories could possibly be real.
PC is a wolf. A lycan since birth, he’s spent the first twenty-four years of his life trying to be the exact opposite of what everyone expects of him. He hunts supernatural troublemakers, hangs out with vampires, and refuses to settle down—even if his respectable parents and the stuffy lycan council want him to. One confusing night, his body responds, turning into his wolf form and hurling him into the darkness to save a stranger.
Pulled together by a physical force stronger than either can resist, PC and Miles must learn to live with each other because separation, even for just minutes, means extreme pain. Miles finds himself falling for the unpredictable lycan, his strange friends, and their nightly adventures but his reluctant lover is determined to find a way to break the bond between them.
Together, they are drawn into a mystery involving werewolves, the lycan council, bad vampires and a whole lot of dead humans. Finding the truth at the bottom of it might just be the hunt of PC's life--especially if he wants to keep Miles alive
I really really enjoyed this book, there were parts I didn't think I would like but it turns out that they worked in this story so well that, eventually I got over it. I love the chemistry between Miles & PC and how PC fights it, even though it's breaking cutey Miles' heart. When the bond accidentally gets broken I actually cried it was as though I had watched these two struggle to accept their love then felt their heart break it was intense.
The struggle with this imprinting and the added drama of the lycan, werewolves and bad vamps, is seamless and fluent and very well written. Plus the sex scenes are HOT! The added bonus of seeing Zack & Noah from Blood Moon (first book) is awesome and we even get more of how their relationship is progressing, totally and completely loved that. The twists and turns of this story kept me reading and engrossed so much so that I couldn't put it down, I didn't want to put it down.
I'm recommending this book but if you want to get everything out of it read the first book in this series too, I'm off to read the 3rd book in this series Yes it's was that good!