Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Moon Dance (Vampire for Hire book 1) J.R Rain

Sam Moon is a surprising hero.  She’s not always likable but she is believable.  She has issues not the least of which is her being a vampire.  It was good to see her overcome her handicap and get on with her life without too much bitterness.  Good lesson. 
This book was well written and the first I’ve read by J.R. Rain.  I intend to read more.  Its not plagued by misspellings and plot holes as some independently published authors tend to put out and for that alone I recommend it.  I was a bit disappointed in the ending but realize that it is part of a series.  This is one of the things that bugs me about books in series.  I understand that you want readers to get the next book but to leave big holes in a book, to me, isn’t right.  For me the ending is everything.  It has to have closure.  This one didn’t.  

However, despite my disappointment in the ending, I do recommend Mr. Rain’s writings and this book in particular.  He’s given Sam just enough sass to make her believable without making her macho.  I look forward to many more hours with Sam.

Review by Sue Owen
J.R. Rain Website

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