SERPENT MOON by C.T. Adams and Cathy Clamp
Serpent Moon by C.T. Adams and Cathy Clamp
Tales of the Sazi, Book 8
Reviewed by Tanya
Eric Thompson has always had a gift that frightens as many people as it amazes. His brother is Alpha of the Canadian werewolf pack and while Eric might be the stronger and more intelligent of the two he is not willing to shed blood over the issues with his family. So he has taken himself, and his gift, to Australia to live alone quietly. Now suddenly the shifter council wants Eric back, and he might even get his own pack. They send someone from his past, Holly Sanchez to locate and get him to return to the USA.
Holly was the full human daughter born to a pack Omega in the USA, and while she secretly wanted to be part of the pack, she knew it was never going to be. That was until she was brutally attacked and turned. Now this woman who once wanted to be a veterinarian frightens off most animals she wants to help. But it seems that her desire to help heal manifested itself in another way when she was turned. She now has natural healing skills that are extremely rare among her kind. She also has had a crush on Eric since she was a teenager.
While Eric and Holly previously had been living their separate lives, when the world goes mad and the shifter species suddenly begin turning on each other, it appears each holds part of the key to what can help them survive. The more time they are forced to spend together, the more both realize they belong together. Now if they can only survive long enough to act on their renewed attraction.
Wow! I did not expect the action packed, gripping tale I got when I picked up Serpent Moon. I have to say while this is book eight in a series, it can easily be a standalone read, as I read it, but it will make you want to read the other seven and hope book nine is coming soon! This writing team has penned one of the best collaboration efforts that I have read to date. I felt the book flowed seamlessly and I was unable to put it down. I am now impatiently waiting to see what happens to those in the Sazi next, which means the authors were able to pull me so far into their world that the characters feel real. The highest praise I can give is to Joyfully Recommend a book and that is what I am doing with Serpent Moon.