The Blue Moon Cafe

  • by Rick R. Reed
  • Narrated by Topher Samuels
  • 6 hrs and 32 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Someone - or something - is killing Seattle's gay men.
A creature moves through the darkest night, lit only by the full moon, taking them, one by one, from the rain city's gay gathering areas.
Someone - or something - is falling in love with Thad Matthews.
Against a backdrop of horror and fear, young Thad finds his first true love in the most unlikely of places - a new Italian restaurant called The Blue Moon Cafe. Sam is everything Thad has ever dreamed of in a man: compassionate, giving, handsome, and with brown eyes Thad feels he could sink into. And Sam can cook! But as the pair's love begins to grow, so do the questions and uncertainties, the main one being, why do Sam's unexplained disappearances always coincide with the full moon?
Prepare yourself for a unique blend of dark suspense and erotic romance with The Blue Moon Cafe, written by the author Unzipped magazine called, β€œthe Stephen King of gay horror.” You're guaranteed an unforgettable listening experience, one that skillfully blends the hottest romance with the most chilling terror....

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I never write reviews.

I was severely disappointed in the ending of this book. Also, as a general criticism for the entire book, the complete lack of werewolf lore (or even a true glimpse into this book's pack universe) really upset me as this book is billed as a werewolf story. I kept waiting for the payoff but it never came. What is the point of a supernatural universe if the reader doesn't ever get an understanding of it? The entirety of the werewolf/wolf/supernatural plot elements could have been dropped altogether and this book may have turned out to be a fairly okay/run-of-the-mill (read: disappointing) mystery; but there was definitely little to no suspense - the 'whodunnit' plot was ruined immediately as it is very apparent who the antagonists are. The characters were likeable enough, but I certainly don't think a clear case was ever really made over the course of the story that supported the conclusion/resolution to the book. Again, extremely disappointed and a bit bewildered at the ending - zero resolution to the romance/relationship plotline, zero resolution to the human side of the crime and how that all resulted. That could be book 2 in a series, I suppose, but I am not sure I could bring myself to read it after feeling such disappointment at this book. I may have expected too much.
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- Coy Epley

OMG!!!!!

it's so wonderful and sad.... I kept saying Sam don't go.....I feel so bad Tad . it's so messed up.......😒😒😭😭😭
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- Jasmine

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-07-2013
  • Publisher: Rick R. Reed