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Publisher's Summary

Ten years ago, federal agent Samantha Moon was the perfect wife and mother, a typical soccer mom with a minivan and suburban home. Then the unthinkable happens, an attack that changes her life forever. And forever is a very long time for a vampire.

There's something in the water. Something evil.... Now in Moon Shadow (Vampire for Hire, Book 11), private investigator Samantha Moon is hired to track down a purported lake monster that could wreak havoc on a tourism business.

When Sam delves into the creature sightings that have spooked Lake Elsinore residents, she crosses paths with the case of two missing boys. The police are stumped, and Sam and her werewolf lawyer boyfriend, Kingsley, team up to investigate both cases. And what lies beneath the surface of the lake is just the beginning for the paranormal abomination that has taken over Lake Elsinore. This is no legendary monster. Its diabolical evil spans centuries and even worlds - and it sets its sights on Sam's loved ones....

As Sam and Kingsley pursue the truth, time is running out for the missing boys - and for someone she loves. Will Samantha Moon have to choose between them?

©2016 J.R. Rain (P)2016 Audible, Inc.

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Too much talk

I have enjoyed this series up to now...But this book had two major problems that made it difficult to finish.
First Samantha babbles too much. A endless monolog that bogs the story line down.
Second Sam often comes across like she giving a lecture on ethics to a bunch of college freshmen.
Enough already!

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great story

I really love this story and book keeps getting better and better leading up to something big. I have to be in the mood to read supernatural and this book really put me in that mood. A different take on vampires that makes for great reading. The narrator does a great job telling the story. Can't wait to see where it goes next. Highly recommended

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another great "read"

the sage continues as Sam gets pulled into a strange case that continues to get more freaky. and Franklin... you'll have to listen to find out!

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Go Sam!

Everyone should have a mom like Sam. Absolutely love this series. Can't wait to read the next book.

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Okay book

I was getting a bit bored with the storyline. It seemed to trail off at times. Also was a bit confusing when they talked about it New Orleans- reference to the 1/2 book.

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Not a fan of Frankenstine..

I liked all of the books but had some trouble staying focused through many parts of this book. There was alot of over explaining on the boring parts, I still find the discription of the massive hairy Kingsley to be unatractive. please STOP discribing him. Sam has weird taste in men. lol

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awesomeness

this book was totally worth listening to. I really enjoy the adventures of Samantha Moon. she's a worrywart, but she gets the job done and she loves her kids. I can't wait u til the next book. oh! I'm about to listen to it now. Good job, JR.

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Over the top?

I have enjoyed this series why does it have to get more and more bizzare? Frankenstein monsters and teleporting? Why? It was good without that crazy out there stuff. I'm disappointed. May not continue with the series.

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Great finale!

Enjoyed the great read. I really liked J. R. Rain's history of Sam Moon. Her future isn't bad either. D.Page

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Great book!

This is an awesome series. I love the performer who reads these books as well!!!

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  • 11-25-19

Very entertaining

I very much enjoyed this story which was one of the best so far, however, I have knocked off a star for the constant repetition of 'Sssssssssamantha Moon' and 'so to speak' which, after listening to several of this series in a row, can actually drive a person mad (so to speak!) . And any time a person is in conversation with anybody in these books, they usually repeat the persons name, ie. 'yes, Sam' 'No, Sam'. The extra s's are for the vampire's pronunciation of her name, which, of course, is very sibilant, as they are obviously snakes (no they're not but they speak as though they might be) .

I do love this series though and this is a particularly entertaining installment, you'll have to listen to it to find out why, but I have read, or listened to all 17 books, plus the 2 origin stories so they are pretty addictive, but they can also be irritating as mentioned above.