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    Bear Moon is full of paranormal thrills and chills

    I was amazed and enthralled while reading Bear Moon by Hattie Hunt. This book managed to weave an intricate paranormal world which is called the Whiskey Witch Universe through which its characters moved to tell a fascinating story. The world within this story is so intricate and lively it grabbed my attention and kept me more and more fascinated with each page I turned. I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a great story told in a well built paranormal world that is seamlessly put together. Bear Moon is full of paranormal thrills, chills, romance, and tales of the incredible!
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    Amazing characters!

    Bear Moon is set in the Whiskey Witches Universe and takes place at the same time as Big Bad Djinn. This is a well written story filled with so many amazing characters including witches, padfoots and bear shifters. In this book we get Ripley and Joe's story and what an eventful journey we go on with them. Overall a great addition to the Whiskey Universe and I look forward to reading more in the future.
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    Returning Home

    Ripley Kent arrived by bus in Troutdale, Oregon, wondering why she even came back after 8 years, despite her uncle’s funeral. The local Chief of Police Tuck welcomed her as she stepped down. He had practically raised her the last couple of years she had been in town and she hadn’t realized how much she had missed him. They walked over to a sandwich shop and was told there were lots of changes in the past year. Witches had moved in and were even working in a paranormal branch of the police force, despite the fact that witches normally didn’t mingle or get along with the paranormal community. Their kids even attended the paranormal schools! Lots more had changed, but that was the important information she wanted to pass. Tuck and Ripley walked outside and Tuck told her he needed her. With her uncle now dead, they didn’t have a padfoot – they needed a watcher and protector. A padfoot was a death dog. It was death, and it chose a human host. She had taken it, able to see death’s trace lingering on people and, with no training being given to her, tried to use it to save people like her uncle and father had. But the superstitious people of the town had not been kind to her. She definitely wasn’t sticking around and didn’t want Tuck assuming she would! Ripley decided to go out on patrol for Tuck this once. Out in the woods, she met up with Joe Elliot, the one she had left and still cared deeply for. While they talked, the padfoot alerted her to a problem – a rabid wolf was out there and she had to kill it before others were hurt. By the time she found it, it had bitten Joe’s brother, Brett. Unless she found someone else to “trade” for Brett’s death, he would die. Will she be able to save Joe’s brother who means the world to him? Or will she have to allow him to die? It she waits too long to figure it out, the padfoot will make the decision for her. This was a really good story that keeps the reader’s attention all the way through. The padfoot concept was fascinating, much like a shifter in some ways, spirit animal characteristics, but with death as the focal point of its existence. Finding Joe again stirs up old feelings for Ripley. Chaos could erupt if Brett dies when he has found his mate but is then bitten by the rabid wolf. Ripley will naturally be blamed when people know she is the padfoot! The tension soars as the story line races on with more and more being added in. Grab a copy of the book and follow along as Ripley must deal with a load of changes in her hometown, a difficult decision that literally is life-threatening, and a strong possibility that she may be falling in love all over again! All she had wanted to do was wrap up her uncle’s death and get out of town fast! Could it be too late for that?
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