Reviewed by Melissa Brus
Member of the Paranormal Romance Guild Review Team
Kit Marlow and Cade Deacon are back in this second installment of the adventures of the Night Shift. This book picks up seamlessly where book one left us….holding our breath in anticipation.
Not only does the narrative continue with the mysteries and intrigue, but the relationship between Kit and Cade is heating up as well. These two are the perfect example of how amazing Moore is at creating morally ambiguous characters that you fall in love with and root for no matter what.
The hard thing about Night Shift is when you realize werewolves are bad news, but people can be worse.
After Night Shift officer Kit Marlow solved the murder of child star Haley Jenkins, he figured he was due a little down time. Maybe even a dinner date with Cade Deacon, the sarcastic security consultant, very good kisser, and werewolf who’d helped with the investigation.
That was before someone in a Night Shift uniform drove them both off the road. With the full moon up the only dinner date Cade is interested in…has Marlow served up on a plate. And not in a sexy way.
It’s the second time that corrupt Night Shift officers have tried to kill Marlow. If he has his way, it will be the last. Problem is he only has twenty-eight days before the next full moon. If he hasn’t identified who wants him dead by then, he’ll have to take to werewolf filled streets with a team at his back he can’t trust.
First things first, though. Get through the next twelve hours alive and uneaten, and hope that if a second date is still on the cards it’s less eventful.
This also is a great example of a serial experience, where each book so far has the reader waiting impatiently to find out what happens next. I am now checking the author’s page for release dates daily! Fans of police dramas, urban fantasy, shifter stories, and great writing should jump on board.