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The Cain Chronicles
on 2 February 2013
NEW MOON SUMMER - This story continues after a couple of years break from Rylie, Seth and co but it does give you a quick rundown in case you've forgotten anything. However, don't get too comfortable as this is a short Novella, only about 50 pages, so you finish it before you even realise it.
Seth has been away at college, Rylie has finished school, Abel and Gwyn have stayed on the ranch to help turn it into a sanctuary but there are new hunters on the loose that are making people nervous.
New characters are introduced and old characters show up but although I loved the old series and have enjoyed this book, it was a bit too quick for me. I am hoping that the next book isn't over so quickly and more detail is given.
BLOOD MOON HARVEST - This book is once again way too short but it does follow on nicely from the first book in this series.
Rylie is growing up and that is not always easy, especially when you have an inner wolf that may choose someone different to you! This is now taking on a supernatural twist with demons and zombies but so far it is still interesting.
I'm not quite sure why these have been written as separate books rather than just chapters in one book but the writing itself is still of excellent quality.
MOON OF THE TERRIBLE - Chapter 3 (and it really should be a chapter!)
Full of action once again, with things deepening between Abel and Rylie. Rylie still has feelings for Seth though so is getting more confused by the day. Lots of action in this book and you find out who Cain is.
Good but way too short.
RED ROSE MOON - The penultimate chapter in the continuing story of Rylie, Seth and Abel. This chapter is fast-paced, emotionally packed and full of action. It brings the phrase "shotgun wedding" to life. The writing is excellent as always, the plot thickens and the characters carry on developing.
I'm only giving 4 stars to these books though as they are way too short. It would have been better to write it just as one book to follow on, rather than separate it, but what do I know? I'm just a reader!