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Vengeance Moon

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Revenge is a bitch, and Sariah is her biggest competition.

The name is Sariah DuShayne. I’m a real-life monster hell-bent on revenge. Five years ago, Xander Waithorn had the balls to move to my city and start spreading his werewolf virus. The bastard made me and I plan to use my hybrid DNA to change at will and get my revenge.

I should’ve known better than to hunt him on

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Kindle Edition, 304 pages
Published (first published March 8th 2011)
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Yolanda Sfetsos
If you're looking for a gritty, violent, and sensual urban fantasy book to sink your teeth into, look no further. This is what you need right here! :)

Sariah's a hybrid werewolf with revenge on her mind. She wants to make the bastard who made her into this monster pay, and decides to do it strategically. But by killing his pack off one by one, she also gets into some pretty violent situations with humans--which she calls Pinks.

When you first meet her, Sariah comes across as a hard-as-nails preda...more
Judy & Marianne from Long and Short Reviews
Prepare to go on a wild, lusty, and revenge filled ride from start to finish in Vengeance Moon. Typically love forms out of events or situations; but this is no typical story and the emotions are dealt with after satisfying the more urgent desires. Animal instincts are too difficult to be controlled once the animal is let out of the cage!

Sariah DuShayne, left for dead after she and her werecat lover were attacked and assumed killed by the werewolf known as Xander Waithorn. Unfortunately for Xan...more
Anne
I am abandoning this. I don't want to spend any more time reading such a long book that is so lacking in polish. Also I don't really care when sections go from first person to other characters in 3rd person. I think this story has the potential to be very good, and if it was a short story, I would finish it. But I don't want to invest in a book of this length that is not very well executed or edited or whatever.
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