Title : Hunt the Moon
Series : Cassandra Palmer #5
Release date : June 7th, 2011
Publisher : Signet Select
Genre : Paranormal Romance
Cassie Palmer is under constant guard, Mircea isn’t around so he put Marco in charge to keep Cassie safe till her coronation as Pythia. Cassie isn’t happy about it, but her self defence training Pritkin keeps her busy. But all that training couldn’t stop this mysterious force who attacks Cassie when she most vulnerable and when nobody expects it.
But that is not all; Cassie discovers more about her mother when she travels back in time with Mircea to stop her enemies. It appears they after her mother now and when they succeed she won’t be alive in the present. So the more things Cassie learns about her mother and the more the enemies attack, it only makes her more determined to succeed as Pythia.
Hunt the Moon by Karen Chance is the fifth novel in her Cassandra Palmer Series and is definitely one of the best in the series. Although it has been two years till this new Cassie novel came out, it only took me a minute to suck right into the story…I loved it.
Cassie and Mircea are still having the same relationship, he is dominant as hell and she fights him all the way, but the outcome is the same; they love each other. Pritkin is still the one who trains her to become the new Pythia and the triangle between the three of them is still there. I have to be honest now, I’m not sure anymore who will be the right man for Cassie. From the first book Mircea was my favourite and I was happy to see that she chooses him, but the further in the series I’m wondering if these feelings for her are sincere or that it still has something to do with him claiming her as a young girl. Okay the claim is gone and she has a free will now, but he still tries to keep her on a short leash.
But Pritkin is stealing my heart more and more in this series, he is one hell of a wizard and I really believe his growing feelings for Cassie are meant to be. We all seen the huge attraction between them and I would love to see that grow into something more.
Another character I loved in the last two books is Cassie’s bodyguard Marco. He works fro Mircea and is trying real hard to keep her out of trouble, but Cassie wouldn’t be Cassie if trouble won’t follow her anywhere. I also believe he really likes her and would protect her even if Mircea didn’t order him.
The only downside of this book is the huge cliff-hanger at the end, damn what a cruel way to keep us readers hanging like that, till the next novel comes out. Hopefully we won’t have to wait another two years to see what happens next.
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