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What could be harder than killing a god? That would be killing three gods. In Hunt the Moon, Cassie Palmer takes on another fantastical task, namely kill another god (or in this case the god???s representatives). Don???t worry. This is not a repeat of the last book. In this installment of the Cassandra Palmer series, we also learn more about Cassie???s mother and father as well as more about Lord Mircea and John Pitchin. But the burning question still remains: Mircea or Pritchin? In other words, to love or to be in love? It must be ???to be in love???; therefore, it must be Pritchin. Karen Chance has outdone herself with her action-packed plot and witty narrative, and she does a wonderful job with Marco, Jonas Marsden, and Fred. The absolute worst thing about this book is the fact that it is over. I can???t wait for book 6.
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This book was fast paced, as usual, for Cassie Palmer books. There were a few parts that I felt lagged with drawn out explanations, but then, I like non-stop action.
We had a little of Cassie's back story cleared (I kept wondering when that light bulb would come on over Cassie's head - it took most of the book). Mircea continues to be loving and overbearing and the sexual tension between Cassie and Pritkin gets more intense. The more I get to know Pritkin, the more I like him and hope that Cassie will wake up and realize exactly what she missing. I like Mircea but he seems to spend most of the time trying to keep Cassie safe by trying to lock her up in a gilded cage. I think that the Pritkin/Cassie pairing is more exciting and they are more evenly matched.
Cassie seemed to spend a lot of time naked, dirty or muddy, and bleeding in this book. Poor Pithia just couldn't catch a break.
My biggest problem with this book was, "It's over? NOW? Just how long am I expected to be hanging on this cliff? I need Book 6 YESTERDAY!" But I suppose Cassie needs a little rest before she finds herself in another impossible situation.
Cynthia Holloway is excellent, as usual.
My rating - a solid 5 stars.
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