Masked by Moonlight
Publish date: May 25th 2010
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 375
Edition language: English
Series: Moonlight (#1)
I think I enjoyed this one, but not as much as I could have. It had such a lot going for it, like: Max’s unpredictable character with all his flaws and toughness and vulnerability, Cee Cee’s character, the back story that tied them both together, ‘some’ of the plot, the f*****-up-ness of the pair of...
What a rockin start to the Moonlight Series. This was a re-read for me from our BOM in Nancy Gideon's Group.What a joy to revisit the characters Max & CeeCee. Nancy is a very talented author. She gets your interest right at the start & keeps you to the very end. I'm not going to go into a big review...
I liked the setting. I liked the story. I liked Max quite a bit. I did not like CeCe. I spent 85% of the book alternating between wanting to slap her or shake some sense into her.I'll read the second one. Maybe the issue will work themselves out.
I had a very difficult time figuring out how I felt about this book. In the end I think I felt frustrated yet hopeful?Charlotte (Cee Cee) Cassie is a cop in New Orleans. When she was younger she was kidnapped and tortured by the goons of a local crime boss Jimmy Legere. Cee Cee's father was a cop...
This is just not going to happen. Made it to page 88 before the writing began to irk me to no end. The premise? Interesting. I just wasn't a fan of the writing or Charlotte.
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