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Monday, October 31, 2011

Review - Blood Moon By Heather Keuhl

Blood MoonTitle: Blood Moon (third book of the Sarah Vargas Series)

Author: Heather Kuehl

Publisher: Eternal Press

Buy Link: Buy Blood Moon Here!

Reviewed by:  Brynna

Rating:  You Gotta Read


After she broke her contract with the Blood Moon Corporation, Sarah Vargas knew that it was only a matter of time before they came for her. What she didn't know is what lengths they would go to make sure that she had no where to run. Everyone Sarah has every relied on is in danger during a time when friends become enemies, and Sarah quickly realizes that the Blood Moon Corporation will never give up until she is dead. The Blood Moon Corporation is coming, and even Sarah doesn't think she can make it out alive.


In Fade to Black,Sarah Vargas found the werewolf who turned her, destroyed him only to realize she loved the man. Thanks to the help of born vampire Damian, Jared was spared but had to return to the corporation. In book two Malevolent Dead, she struggled with the separation from Jared and her growing attraction to Damian. Now in Blood Moon we see her grief. Jared has vanished from the BMC's data base which can only mean one thing, Jared is dead. Her wolf clan is under attack. The BMC is after her and willing to take out every one who stands in their way. Malevolent Dead is her only sanctuary, but Sarah's never been one to cower and hide. She's taking the battle to them.

Blood Moon is a fast paced read, filled with suspense, action and heat. Damian is ever protective of Sarah, yet willing to stand aside while she grieves over her lost Jared (who just might not be so lost after all). Ms. Kuehl delivers one surprise after another and leaves us wondering if this is really the end of Sarah Vargas. I sure hope not. These characters feel like family. You gotta read this one, but pick up the other two books first.

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