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Voodoo Moon: A Moon Sisters Novel (Paranorm…

Voodoo Moon: A Moon Sisters Novel (Paranorm World Series Book 1)

by June Stevens

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I was gifted a copy of Voodoo Moon by the author in exchange for an honest review. That in no way changes my opinion of this book.

I am an avid reader of Paranormal books, and Voodoo Moon did not disappoint. This book does not lack in a single area, and I am so glad I had the opportunity to read and review it. Within the covers of this book, you will find magic, vampires, romance, mages, lust, mystery, suspense, secrets, beasts, and zombies. Voodoo Moon is post-apocalyptical, and told in two POV’s, however, that does not take away from the plot or flow of the story; in fact, I believe it adds to it.

The book drags a little in the beginning, with the background information, and filling the reader in on the world as it is at the time of the events. Once you get past that, it flows easily, and is hard to put down.
Fiona, the main female character, belongs to a group that looks for, and stops, paranormal criminals. She is placed on a case about some being (they have a hard time figuring out exactly which type of being is capable of such horrible crimes), that is kidnapping mages. The main male character, Ian, becomes her partner, as well as several others. Ian is the head of the Necromancers Guild, a group she is not fond of.

The sexual tension between Fiona and Ian become intense throughout the story, but is it safe to give into those urges, or keep things strictly professional? Ian is not looking for a hook-up, however, Fiona is not looking for a commitment. She has been hurt too many times in the past, how can she let herself heal, get over the pain, and feel love once again?

Little does anyone know, the creepy being that is behind the kidnappings is very diabolical, and sucking the energy for its own selfish needs. Somehow, it thinks that Fiona is the key to it becoming God-like, and will stop at nothing to get ahold of her.

No one is safe unless Fiona, Ian, and the rest of the team can find this creature and stop it, while the body count adds up.

Voodoo Moon will not be the last book by June Stevens that I will read! She has me hooked on this series and I cannot wait to find out what is in store for Fiona and the others in the next book.
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