Monday, September 22, 2008

Review - Kiss of a Dark Moon by Sharie Kohler

Kiss of a Dark Moon
Moon Chasers, Book 2
Sharie Kohler
Pocket Books
September 30, 2008
ISBN# 978-1-4165-4228-5

From the publisher’s website:
Love and Let Die...

After a savage lycan attack destroyed her parents, Kit March has ignored the rules saying only men can be hunters and dedicated her life to destroying lycans. Her profession is hell on her love life, but she's been resigned to the lack of romance until she meets sinfully sexy European werewolf hunter Rafe Santiago. Unfortunately, Rafe is a man with a mission: eradicate rogue hunters from the American branch...and the foremost name on his list is Kit March.

Rafe has always put business before pleasure, but something about this feisty yet vulnerable woman is doing strange things to a man who has never before allowed his emotions to get the better of him. The merciless hunter excels at eliminating threats, but he doesn't know how to handle the threat Kit poses to his heart.

The world of lycans has always been black and white. But now, suddenly, the rules are changing. Forces that have been brewing for generations put Kit and Rafe in terrible danger, and nothing they confront is quite as it seems...including each other. Is the passion between them just as illusory? Or is it the only thing real?

My thoughts:
Hunting lycans is Kit March’s life, and while she works for NODEAL she’s not much for following their rules. Now NODEAL is merging with the European group, EFLA, and Kit has a target on her back.

Rafe Santiago has been sent to eliminate Kit and her brother Gideon. They’ve both bucked authority at NODEAL, but that isn’t the true reason behind the organization wanting them destroyed. Once he meets the woman EFLA sees as such a big threat his interest in her changes, but her identity has already been released to the lycan community. Rafe may be the only one who can keep her alive, but he’ll have to convince her to trust him or she’ll never survive.

This is the second installment in the Moon Chasers series and tells Kit’s story. Ms. Kohler steps-up the action, sharing non-stop danger in vivid detail. Sparks fly and the attraction sizzles, making Kiss of a Dark Moon a delectable escape. While this is part of a series, the author provides the details needed to enjoy it as a stand-alone as well.

If you’d like to learn more about the Moon Chasers series, please visit Ms. Kohler’s website: Here

Kimberly Swan, Darque Reviews


RachaelfromNJ said...

Oh man. Sounds so good. I want. :)

Kimberly Swan said...

It is good, and it's just a week away from hitting the shelves! :)

RachaelfromNJ said...

Great review! I loved it too!

Kimberly Swan said...

Thanks, I'll have to stop by and see your review. :)