Moon Crossed (The Complete First Season): Season 1 (Episodes 1-6) – Book Review

Moon Crossed

Moon Crossed (The Complete First Season): Season 1 (Episodes 1-6)

Author, Bella Roccaforte

Book Synopsis

Claire O’Conlan is a hunter, her kind were created to protect humans from feral werewolves. She’s desperate to find a cure for the moon-touch. Until she does, the hunt won’t stop.

Despite being raised among supernatural creatures, Claire is determined to make college as normal as possible. But childhood habits die hard. She can’t seem to stay away from the wolf-borne, and worse, she’s falling in love with Cole Jackson, the big bad wolf.

Claire can’t resist the undeniable fire Cole ignites within her. They are falling headlong into a forbidden love affair. Hunter and wolf, a dangerous combination inciting war between factions, action from the council and the biggest risk of all, Claire fulfilling her duty and being the hunter that kills Cole.

Will Claire find the cure? Or will their love end in tragedy?

***This book contains some adult language and violence and is PG13***

Book Review

Moon Crossed (The Complete First Season): Season 1 (Episodes 1-6) (Crescent Hunter) is a riveting and intense read. Author, Bella Roccaforte, has written a masterpiece. This novel is superior to any wolf novels I have ever read.

The characters are believable, lovable, and strong. The plot is full of twists and turns that kept me on the edge of my seat. Bella does a wonderful job building the world.

I laughed, loved, and cried; mostly cried during the last half of the book. It was incredibly sad. I finished reading the novel last night and my eyes are still swollen this morning. The characters are in your heart before you realize what is happening. Incredible writing.

I highly recommend this book to all fantasy, paranormal, and wolf lovers over the age of 13.

I was given a free PDF copy from Bella in exchange for an honest review.

A Strong Five Stars *****

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