Review ~ New Moon by Lissa

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New Moon was a perfectly fine read. Maybe it’s my recent mood (as previously posted about) that has made enjoying books oddly difficult, but I’m stuck on “it was fine.”

New Moon has excitement, plenty of character depth (though it could use more), and an interesting plot. While I don’t believe you *have* to read the prior books to enjoy the story, you probably should.  Though, based on my indifference I don’t know that I would tell someone to run right out and pick up the series.

I’m sad that this “review” is so limited, but honestly there wasn’t enough of an impact to inspire more. There was nothing specifically wrong, and I hate that I can’t really point out pros and cons, but they aren’t there (in my mind, I mean).

 

New Moon Sometimes Fate plays dirty…

Jaguar shifter Sebastian Severino is an enigma. He lives alone, works alone, and will die alone. But the night he’s attacked by a female werewolf, nothing will ever be the same. And when his young niece is kidnapped, Sebastian, the deadliest assassin Nero has ever produced, will be forced to choose a side…
Isabelle Wood has never taken the easy path. As a bounty hunter and now a bitten werewolf without a mate, she’s searching for answers to her father’s disappearance while helping to lead an Alphaless Pack. The night she gets the opportunity to take out their enemy, with her blade at his throat, her wolf discovers her mate in the last person she can be with.

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