Bad Blood (Crimson Moon, Book 1)
Sasha Trudeau knows all about working beneath the shadows, back-alley deals, and things that go bump in the night. She also knows that the world is unaware of the existence of the paranormal—and that the government would like to keep it that way.As a highly trained Special Ops soldier, Sasha and... show more
Sasha Trudeau knows all about working beneath the shadows, back-alley deals, and things that go bump in the night. She also knows that the world is unaware of the existence of the paranormal—and that the government would like to keep it that way.As a highly trained Special Ops soldier, Sasha and her team are an elite group of individuals who are survivors of werewolf attacks, now trained to be loyal to only to each other and their government. But when she returns from a solo mission, she finds that her team has mysteriously gone missing. Shocking government conspiracies, double-dealing vampires, and a host of stunning revelations about who—and what—she really is are only just the beginning…
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 2008-04-01
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
If I ruled the world, authors would be forced to attend Grammar Boot Camp, where they would learn that just because spell-check doesn't flag a word, that doesn't mean it works in that sentence.Publishers who scant on proofreaders would be shot on sight.
Very good. I enjoyed the different mythology behind werewolves. Different and that's good. I will have to read this series (yet more books to the TBR pile!). It's sad that the author is no longer with us.
The beginning wasn't good. It made me want to put the book down. There was just so much going on that couldn't been shown and had to be told, so it was a complete data dump. The end picked up. Although, a little awkward, it got more and more interesting. I'm curious to see where it goes and will giv...
I finished this just because it was an easy read. I found the writing very immature and jumpy, with plot points that suddenly came out of no where to wrap things up once we were done with the constant sexin'. I suppose we can blame the wolf, but I find it disturbing that I am suddenly considering An...
3.5, I would have rated it much higher if I hadn't had such a hard time reading the author's writing. She got bogged down with sentences like, "and silence sat down and joined them at the table.". I really love the story and the characters, that's why I keep reading!!!