Author: Cynthia Eden
Series: Blood and Moonlight #2
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
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Detective Jane Hart is just getting used to paranormal life in New Orleans. Monsters are real, and she’s the lucky cop who has to deal with them on a daily basis. Werewolves, vampires, witches, and demons—she has to face them all and keep their paranormal madness in check.Freaking loved it! I can't wait for the next one! I'm in love with these two!
When a killer targets human men—and leaves their bodies scattered in local cemeteries--Jane suspects she may be looking at the crimes of a werewolf gone rogue. In order to hunt down the beast, Jane once again teams up with her werewolf lover, alpha Aidan Locke. But Aidan has been keeping secrets from Jane, dark secrets that will destroy her world.
Because Jane isn’t the hunter on her latest investigation. She’s the prey. And when a vampire attack leaves her helpless, the woman that Jane was before will vanish. She’ll become the one thing she fears most and Aidan…
Her fierce lover may have to become her executioner.
Better off undead is the second book in the Blood and Moonlight series and it continues Jane and Aidan’s story. I wouldn’t recommend reading this one without reading the first book!
This book picks up almost exactly where the previous left off. There are still secrets waiting to be unfold. While Jane and Aidan are trying to balance their relationship, their worlds collide. Jane has done a great job at keeping the supernatural in order but how good a job can you actually do when you’re a mortal fighting against supernatural creatures? Jane is about to discover that her mortality comes at a price and playing “hero” has consequences.
Better off undead was mind-blowing! I expected something like that to happen but OMG the author did an incredible job with them. Since I’m trying really hard not to give anything away, I’m just going to say that the second book in the series changes everything. I’m also loving the dynamics between Annette, the Voodoo Queen and Paris, Aidan’s second in command. There’s definitely something going on there and I hope it works out.
I really can’t wait to read Bitter Blood. I’m so into Jane and Aidan’s world and I’m not ready to let them go yet!