Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Review: Moon Bayou

Moon BayouMoon Bayou by J.R. Rain
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Samantha Moon’s life ended many years ago, yet she still carries on. As a private investigator who happens to be a vampire, she is able to uncover truths no mere mortal can. Her latest case takes her to the city of New Orleans to find a missing girl. New Orleans definitely has more of a night life than Sam is used to and the darker side of the city takes its toll on her missing person case. Samantha discovers that there is an ancient vampire feud with “Mme Samantha Lune de Californie” in the middle. How can a feud that started in the 1860’s be related to her? Will she be able to leave this dark city and return to her family in California?

Moon Bayou is the first book in a spinoff of the Vampire for Hire series. Samantha Moon Case Files #1 gives new readers some back story of the original series so that they will not be completely lost. As a reader of the primary series, I feel the review was adequate and not overwhelming. The story was short and readers will not find the ending satisfying. I finished the book wanting more and will be waiting for the next book … hopefully we won’t have to wait too long. Overall I enjoyed revisiting Samantha Moon and the crazy adventures that follow her like a lost dog.

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