huntress moon book coverReviewed by Amanda Schafer

In Huntress Moon, FBI Agent Matt Roarke is preparing to meet with an undercover cop-friend when he witnesses that cop being murdered on a busy street. What was most puzzling about it, though, was the woman who did it…her eyes were piercing and she didn’t look like someone who would just push a man in front of an oncoming bus. Roarke begins the process of trying to find this woman and discovers that she is also connected to a few other random, but very gruesome, murders across three states. Slowly, his worst thoughts are proven: they have a female serial killer on their hands.

She kills the bad guys. She knows they are evil and she has to fix things before they can do more harm. In her travels she comes across a man and his five year old son and discovers that the boy sees bad things as well. Knowing she must take care of this situation, she ends up letting the FBI get closer to her than she planned. But she has to stop the bad from happening no matter the cost.

blood moon book coverIn Blood Moon, Roarke continues his chase for this woman…who he now realizes is connected with the reason he joined the FBI. She is the lone survivor from an unsolved 25-year-old murdering spree. While she continues her own vigilante murdering spree, the FBI is faced with the possibility that after 25 years, the man who murdered her family is out there murdering people again. As they try to catch both of them, Roark can’t help but grow more and more connected to her. Can he keep her safe? Can he find justice for them both?

These are the first books I’ve ever read by Sokoloff, and they are very out of my typical genre, but they were amazing!! I couldn’t put them down and was ready to purchase the third in the series immediately, only to realize it’s not out yet! {I will buy it when it’s released though!} I love cop shows on TV and these two FBI thriller books don’t disappoint at all. The details were amazing without being gory and the story really didn’t have any “low points” where I got bored. If all of Alexandra Sokoloff’s books are like this, I’ll definitely be reading more of her novels!

Rating: ★★★★★ 

Amanda lives in Missouri with her engineering husband, two sons, and one daughter. In between homeschooling and keeping up with church activities she loves to read Christian Fiction, Women’s Fiction, and any Chick-Lit. She never goes anywhere without a book to read!

Review copy was provided free of any obligation by Thomas & Mercer. No monetary or any other form of compensation was received.