Monday, November 30, 2015

Title: Bite the Dust
Series: Blood and Moonlight #1
Author: Cynthia Eden

Vampires. Werewolves. Beasts that hunt in the night...When New Orleans Detective Jane Hart investigates her first official homicide case, she never expects to have her world ripped apart. But the murder she’s investigating is part of a deadly war between vampires and werewolves…and now Jane is caught in that eternal battle. A battle that can’t end well.

Werewolf Aidan Locke has been running New Orleans for years. It’s his job to keep the vamps out of the city. But when a Master Vampire comes to town, determined to unleash hell, Aidan knows it’s time to fight with all the fury of his pack. Beast versus vamp, until the last breath. Then he meets Jane…

One look, one taste, and Aidan knows that Jane is far more than she seems. Far more than she even knows herself to be. She’s important in the paranormal war, not a pawn to be used, but a queen to be won. And if he can’t keep her at his side, if he can’t stop the darkness from descending on the town…then Jane Hart will become not just a fierce cop, not some guardian, but something deadlier. Darker. Aidan will fight heaven and hell to change her fate. To change their fate because he is more than just a predator.

And Jane is more than prey. Far more.

The world is changing—for the humans and the monsters. Hot, sexy, and intense, BITE THE DUST is the first novel in New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Cynthia Eden’s dark new “Blood and Moonlight” series.


Bite the Dust begins when Jane's new case as a homicide detective takes on the strange aspect. The problem is everyone seems to forget what happened to her, everyone but Jane that is. Now, Jane and the new strange man Aiden will have to work together to figure out what is going on. But that opens up a whole new world for Jane that she never really new existed. 

This book was really good. It was a good first book in the series, and it opened it up enough at the end for more, but it also wasn't a cliffhanger so that was even better. I really liked Jane in this one. She was a strong heroine, although she was annoying at times by the way she acted about the paranormal stuff, although she did end up catching on rather quickly. I liked the hero as well, and I believed he and Jane made a good team. I loved the mix of suspense, mystery and romance in this one! It was overall really good. 
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