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Hunter's Moon (Tales of the Sazi)

Hunter's Moon (Tales of the Sazi) [Kindle Edition]

C. T. Adams , Cathy Clamp
3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)

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An amazing, cutting edge paranormal adventure. Gritty, fast-paced and sexy. It's earned a spot on my keeper shelf. -- Tess Mallory, best selling fantasy author, June 20, 2004

I read the book in one sitting. This book has some twists in the werewolf's tail that were very cool. -- Laurell K. Hamilton, NYTimes Best selling author, March 13, 2003

If werewolf stories are your favorite, then you have to pick this one up. You won't be disappointed. -- The Romance Studio, August 9, 2004

Like watching a good movie, all I needed was popcorn. I would queue outside a bookstore to get a copy. -- Roundtable Reviews, September 6, 2004

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Sue Quentin has reached the end of her rope-she's desperate, and there's only one way out. Her plan doesn't include falling for Tony, the mysterious hit man she hires. He listens when she speaks and somehow convinces her that maybe her problems aren't entirely insurmountable. He even thinks her little potbelly is sexy. So he's a werewolf--everyone has flaws!

Sue enjoys being coddled by Tony, and, for his part, Tony likes the way Sue moans when he touches her. She begins to think she and Tony might have a shot at a future together, despite his unorthodox profession . . . and even though she doesn't know his real name.

But when Tony's enemies-not all of whom are fully human-decide Sue makes a perfect target, will Tony risk letting his darker side out during the day to save her?

At the publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management software (DRM) applied.

Product details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 645 KB
  • Print Length: 335 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: B009BIW104
  • Publisher: Tor Paranormal Romance (1 April 2010)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003G83U7S
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #274,989 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The great beginning of the Sazi-series. 11 Oct 2005
By A Customer
Format:Mass Market Paperback
Tony Giodone is a hitman for the mafia and everyone else who can pay for his services. He's good at his job. He's become even better since he turned werewolf after a job that didn't go quite as expected. But now he gets an unusual case: Sue Quentin wants him to kill her. Thanks to her awful family and the fact that she's too nice to say no to them, she suffers from severe depression. But Tony feels attracted to her and becomes her bodyguard and lover instead of killing her. As they get closer, she has to face her weaknesses and her issues with Tony's job. And he has to find ways to deal not only with the mafia and the police, but also with his werewolf instincts that get stronger and stronger...
This book is exciting, funny, full of action and with a great leading character. It's also the beginning of a series about shapeshifters, the Sazi. It has already been continued with "Moon's web", in which the Sazi and their culture play a larger role. This is just the beginning of a series that promises to be complex and interesting. So if you like early Laurell K. Hamilton or Lynn Viehl's Darkyn-series, this is just the book for you.
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I kid you not when I say this story is concerns the growing relationship between a werewolf mafia assassin and a lottery winner. A more preposterously contrived load of old nonsense I have never read. There is no detectable element of self-mockery in it. It is played dead straight.
The only reason I didn't give it 1 star is for the reason that it is reasonably well written. The story has just the right pace to keep you reading and the prose is never challenging or tedious.
The characters are sadly never that compelling because the ludicrous plot looms over every other aspect of the novel.
If the author decides to write something without constructing the plot from some sort of modern fiction marketing checklist it may actually be a good book.
Can't wait for the sequel. I believe the hero joins up with a vampire CIA agent to battle cowboy aliens from space or some such cobblers. Sheesh!
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Hmmm - the synopsis gives the impression that this is Sue's book - it isn't. It's Tony's - wholly narrated by him, with everything from his point of view, although we get some of Sue's thoughts. This makes for something different in a very crowded genre, and different is good, yes?

Well, to a point. Without giving much away that isn't in the synopsis, the authors have made their hero a mafioso hit man, raised by the mob from childhood. To their credit, having created a rough background for their man, they don't cop out and make him nice and warm and fuzzy underneath a tough exterior. He's a tough cookie, and isn't very nice. Towards the beginning when he's describing what he'll do, he says something along the lines of, if you want straight murder, that's fine, and if you want a bit of knocking around or rape beforehand, that'll cost you extra. See what I mean? I never really forgot that this was a man who'd rape for money, let alone kill for it.

But, that aside, this rolled along reasonably well, although there's some curious information dumps (example, how shoplifting security works, or how a boa kills it's prey - all jolly interesting but not terribly relevant to the overall story line), and the endless descriptions of how emotions smell got very tiresome.

Another Amazon reviewer describes this book as hilarious, something that I find totally mystifying - this is a book about a woman so browbeaten by her family she decides to end her life. Can't remember why she doesn't do it herself, but she hires (as you do) an assassin. He agrees, with caveats. For most of the book she's a spineless, weak woman, who accepts everything awful that comes her way by virtue of her association with Tony, and from her family - so I didn't really warm to her either!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Gets better as it goes 2 April 2010
By D. Day
Format:Mass Market Paperback
The beginning of the book started a bit like erotic fiction and not much else. When it got into the story though it got a lot better. The end was good and not predictable. It brings a new point of view to were-animals of all kinds. And I like the fact that's its told from the man's point of view which is different. Especially as the female point gets across in a very clever way.
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4.0 out of 5 stars excellent reading 24 Aug 2009
Format:Mass Market Paperback
on the front cover is a review from Laurell K Hamilton who says that she read the book in one sitting. So did i and i loved it. Tony and Sue are fabulous characters and i cant wait to read more in this series. i will say though that the book is written in a first person style and whilst i have read many first person books they are normally from a female point of view. this book is written from Tony's view point which took me a bit to get my head round but once i did i really enjoyed it.

Hunter's Moon was a refreshing change to the normal paranormal books i read.

its well work reading
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