Blue Moon (Anita Blake #8)

Blue Moon

Author: Laurell Hamilton
Published: September 24, 2002
Pages: 418

Stars: 2 out of 5


When she chose master vampire Jean-Claude over her ex-fiancé, alpha werewolf Richard Zeeman, Anita learned that sometimes love is not enough. But though she and Richard won’t be walking down any aisles, she can’t turn her back on him when he’s arrested on a rape charge in Tennessee. Anita knows firsthand that Richard has the morals of a saint—or at least a boy scout. But his guilt or innocence is not the issue. He’s behind bars, and in five days a full moon will rise…


This book was completely different from the rest of the books in this series. This book was all sex and violence. Richards character has almost done a 180 and I hardly recognized him. In this book, Anita went further than she thought she ever would, her and Richard got back together, and secrets were revealed.

I’m glad that Aniat is giving Richard another chance but there relationship is an open one. It’s hard to decide how I feel about this book. A lot of things happened in this book and at times I felt like the author was only going for shock value only… This will probably be it for me in regards to this series.

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