I enjoyed Hunt the Moon - it progressed the series and revealed more about Cassie's heritage. It was good to know what happens next. Hunt the Moon also had a lot of action - a bit too much at times and I wonder is it me but the way the action parts were written were a bit confusing? I would say Hunt the Moon was repetitive because a) it ran along the same lines as previous books and b) the author's range of description in describing how Cassie /etc spoke usually contained the words harsh/snarl. The characters become as a result a bit one-dimensional - with Cassie coming across as really negative especially about herself. Self-pity is a bit tiring for the reader after a while. Whilst Prithkin was heroic and Cassie may well end up with Prithkin, as a reader I don't relate to Prithkin being a hero in that sense - he is described as grumpy, always shouting and not that tall - I struggle to see how he can be a hero in what is a fantasy romance novel. The only thing going for him it seems is his body ( he has non-existent lips in that they are described as thin). He is too much like real life people but this characterisation does not work given the type of book Hunt the Moon is.