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A sinister magic is sweeping across Nash City…

To Fiona Moon, it’s just another day at work. And some days, well, they’re a helluva lot worse than others. As a member of the elite Black Blade Guard, Fiona is tasked with hunting down the most-dangerous Paranorm criminals. To find out who is kidnapping mages and sucking the life energy from their bodies, she has to work with the one man that embodies everything she despises.

Master Necromancer Ian Barroes, a rich professor of Necromantic Studies, wants only one thing in this world… Fiona.

They each hold secrets that could destroy them, but could also be the key to destroying the evil Voodoo priest, Bokor. They must learn to trust each other and track down Bokor before more innocent lives are lost. When Fiona becomes a target of the evil madman, she is lured into his trap. Now, she and Ian have to fight for survival… and their very souls.


First published June 19, 2013

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June Stevens Westerfield

30 books197 followers
June is a geek girl, fat chick, and unrepentant romantic. She writes full time and is both independently and traditionally published. She also works part time running her greeting card company, Once More With Feelings, and is co-owner of the Pop Lit Divas Radio Show.

When not working, June can be found making jewelry, reading, cooking, or watching geeky movies with her husband and snuggling with her 6…YES 6, furbabies. Notice cleaning wasn’t listed…

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111 reviews5 followers
September 12, 2014
I received an advanced readers copy by the author, June Stevens, because I had been bugging her for the book since I saw the cover reveal. She allowed me to read a copy that wasn't formatted perfectly or been edited completely yet, but it was just AMAZING!
Voodoo Moon is a novel for adults due to language and some sexual scenes.
This book is unlike any book that I have ever read. It is a paranormal book with magic users and "normal" humans and vampires and just a whole host of creatures that any good paranormal book needs. But the kicker is that is also a dystopian style book. I have never read a paranormal that was a also a dystopian. The style of writing in this book was different and awesome. The first few chapters were a little slow but the author, June, was trying to set the world up so that we (as readers) would know what was going on. I am glad that she did because the world that she described was so different from other paranormal and dystopian books that I have read.
The book was set in what was known as Tennessee. Fiona is a member of an elite group that looks for paranormal criminals. The case that she currently working on is that someone one is kidnapping magic users and taking the life energy out them for unwholesome purposes.
Her partner for this case is Ian. Ian is the head of the Necromancers Guild and Fiona does not care for necromancers.
The attraction between Fiona and Ian builds throughout the story. Not only do they have to work together, they are also trying to fight the attraction that is coming up with them.
This book is just absolutely amazing! Even though I got a rough copy, I still am honored that June Stevens trusted me enough to read it before it got formatted and edited. None of that took away from the book. When this book is released, it is going to be a book that going to be a must read! I am looking forward to the rest of the series that she is planning. It is going to seem like it is an eternity away before the rest of the books are released. DJ Westerfield, writing as June Stevens is an amazing adult writer.
147 reviews3 followers
June 30, 2013
I have to be honest, Voodoo Moon is definitely a delicious treat. The moment I read the excerpts, I was hooked. Then I started reading the book. It was so worth the sleep loss.

Told in alternating point of views, we get deep knowledge of our characters. Ian is a yummy treat; smart, rich, observant, kind, downright gorgeous. Fiona meanwhile is feisty, could care less how she looked in the public and is very protective to her family. She's also very independent and can kick ass. I loved her instantly.

I love how their relationship wasn't loosely based on love at first sight. Well, not really. It was based on years of being at each others' throats all the while wanting to have a go at each other in the bedroom. Sexual tension was high everywhere they go and they can't seem to go by without at least one NSFW thoughts. Of course, holding back for too long can't be that good as when they finally got to it, it was smoking and smoldering.

The plot itself is a treat. It is full of mystery and exudes sexiness. The dystopian world they lived in and how the author presented it is compelling. The whole story is unpredictable at most, and it keeps the reader restlessly wondering and anticipating the next scenes. It is well-written and so vivid, I could have been watching a movie for all I know. At the same time, the author also did a good job explaining Plus, it is also intriguing and made one ponder its probability.

All in all, I just love Voodoo Moon and everything it has to offer. Beautifully written and simply irresistible, Voodoo Moon will pull you in their world and trap you in to the very last page.
81 reviews2 followers
July 29, 2013
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Here’s everything I love in a book: Post-Apocalyptical, paranormal beings, magic, mystery, and of course, romance. Add to that soul-sucking beasts, zombies, and missing persons and you get one heck of a story.

This is a great, great, great read! I would strongly recommend it to lovers of paranormal. There are hot love scenes, that aren’t necessarily erotica. With a great cast of secondary characters, Fiona Moon and Ian Barroes light up this novel, as the two kick ass main characters. Fiona is one of those hard ass heroines, with emotional walls five miles high, with a bit of a soft mushy inside; she fights hard for the underdog, and seems to always win. Ian is a necromancer who is super sexy, and with five years of emotion and attraction boiling between them, it was bound to explode- and oh, it did.

I absolutely hope that there are more books in the future with these characters, as I love them, and this post-apocalyptical world is fascinating. Even more so because the cataclysm that ended society as we know it is completely and totally possible, and frankly, from my understanding, will likely occur one day (I’m talking in couple of million years). I look forward to reading more from this author.

So, why not a 5 star rating? Well, there were lots of silly editing errors. No big deal to some readers, a huge deal to others. Consider this your heads up- but I would seriously recommend reading it anyway. The story is totally worth a couple of reading missteps when you stumble over a sentence.

3/5 flames for hotness factor
This book was provided to me in exchange for an honest review.
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261 reviews6 followers
June 5, 2014

Want paranormal, mystery, suspense, with a hot sizzling romance this is a read for you. June Stevens creates a world in the future after a catylism where everything we know has changed. The paranormal now lives beside the norms, she weaves her story with history and details that the reader has a complete look at this new world.
The characters are rich, complicated, strong and gifted June Stevens has the reader believing that they are part of the story.
There are some very fine kick-ass scenes then some sizzling sex scenes. I found this story had just enough of everything to make it complete.
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Author 19 books5 followers
July 14, 2013
Voodoo Moon is not my usual genre, but I was intrigued. I was one of the lucky early readers. Let me say, this book is amazing. It has a little of everything to keep you enthralled in every page. Definitely a book you should all grab and read!
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Author 3 books2 followers
August 17, 2014
I love a book with a good, strong, kick ass heroine. Fiona is just that, with a snarky edge. Ian was hot, but I think I would have liked to see him be a bit more alpha. I loved the story though, and I love the setting and the interesting take on magic and paranormal beings.
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Author 30 books197 followers
June 30, 2013
I wrote it, so of course I like it. Thank you to everyone who has read or will read Voodoo Moon. I appreciate honest reviews, good or bad or indifferent.
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Author 44 books664 followers
June 29, 2013
I LOVED this book. I got to read it early and can I just say, wow. Fans of paranormal action will love this. VM is scary and funny and intense. All of my favorite things!
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1,196 reviews33 followers
December 7, 2014
Voodoo Moon is a wildly entertaining and deeply moving journey of learning that life can only truly be lived in conquering your fear. It is true that you can live a full life while harboring and controlling fear, but to be able to experience the unfettered freedom that comes from overcoming the deeply encased fear that holds you in its grip is a magnificent accomplishment that should be wildly desired and ruthlessly fought for. No one can convince you of this truth until you have finally reached this pinnacle in your life, and once you do, you will want to scream it from the highest mountain to all that will choose to listen to you. Freedom is enticing and beautiful, but it is a choice that we all have to make on our own.

Fiona Moon is a member of the Blade. Those who try to go up against her are met with painful resistance and dire consequences. She is as deadly as the name of the organization she works for. Her aim is precise, her methods are lethal, and her rating is perfect. In our world, she would be the equivalent of a Special Forces officer with supernatural powers at her disposal. Those who know her either love her dearly or steer clear of her. She has grown into a self-sufficient, hard woman who above all else loves her family with her entire being. After her family, she is completely dedicated to her job. She loves the opportunity she has to help people. Knowing what her life was like growing up, she tries very hard to stop those that would hurt others. The only person who totally throws her off her game and truly gets under her skin is Ian who offers his services to her organization from time to time. He represents a deep hurt from her past that she continues to hide from. Rationally, she knows that he has never hurt her, but it was people like him who helped destroy her mother. Her memory is clear and her heart unforgiving, but Ian is relentless in his pursuit of the connection that he knows they both feel toward each other. Will she destroy him before he has a chance to open her eyes to the truth, or will an unknown threat destroy Fiona first?

This was such an amazingly beautiful story that I just couldn’t get enough of!! The characters were out of this world incredible, and the storyline was even better than I hoped for! I really loved that Ian and Fiona had a history together even before the story started. The tension had already been there for a while, and it was only at this point that Ian was ready to move forward even just a tiny bit to see how Fiona would respond. He had already sorted his feeling out about her a long time ago, and it was now her turn to figure out what she wanted. Ian was so patient and gentle with her, and yet he made sure that she knew exactly how he felt and what he wanted from her. Their bickering was hilarious, and it really played well into their already deep feelings for each other. In addition to the wonderful Ian, I fell in love with Fiona’s family. They were a mis-match of strangers who loved each other more than life itself and would gladly lay their life down for the other. While no one in this family was related by blood, the deep bond they held built a family that loved, cherished, and protected each other. Blood doesn’t equal love, and love doesn’t need blood to form a connection that will last a lifetime. I hope to hear more from this beautiful family soon because I hated to see them go.

Voodoo Moon was my first book written by June Stevens, and I am totally entranced and captivated by this world that she has meticulously created. The characters and the storyline showcase the off-the-charts talent that Stevens has. Personally, I can’t wait to read more by this author. If you enjoy a story that will keep you on the edge of your seat while pulling your heart in with each captivating word and breathtaking character, then look no further.
November 5, 2014
I realized that I have neglected my first love, Paranormal genre books. Voodoo Moon brings me back to where my love of reading started. This book is full of everything paranormal. So no matter what you love, you'll love this book. This book series reminds me of the Anita Blake series by Laurell K. Hamilton.
Stevens does an excellent job of creating the post apocalyptic world without making it seem dreary. Her characters are dynamic and keep you entertained.
Fiona's character tries to come off as hardcore but when it comes to family she can be emotional. Her relationship with Ian is full of sexual tension. She claims that she doesn't want him, but she is attracted.
I love Pinky. He is like the "Papa Bear" of the group and he's a vampire.
My overall thoughts, excellent start to the series. Ste
vens has done a great job with this book and I'm sure we can't wait till the next one arrives. This is a definite recommend. For readers 18+.

**I received a copy f this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. **
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23 reviews6 followers
October 31, 2014
I really enjoyed this story!! A great twist on magic!! I love the sisters and how they got their last name!!
It does have some bad language and intimate scenes. But over all I give it 5 stars!! I found it very gripping, I will be reading it again.
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66 reviews2 followers
November 5, 2014
I was an early reader for Voodoo Moon and it was amazing. I loved that you got to see things through the eyes of both main characters. It was an incredible storyline and I can't wait to see more!
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1,533 reviews121 followers
January 16, 2019
Voodoo Moon is a MUCH better book than the freebie paranormal romance promised by its cover and synopsis. It's a fantasy/post-apocalyptic tale with a fabulous girl-power-y heroine, great world building, some promising secondary characters and a decent romance. It needs proofreading, mainly for missing words, and the pub formatting checked but nevertheless - recommended!
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2,393 reviews38 followers
June 29, 2015
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In the year 2012, just as the Mayans predicted, life on earth suffered The Cataclysm that shifting the whole world off its axis by 90 degrees. Several hundreds of years later, life is beginning again, in the old cities and some new ones. Fiona Moon and her family, are getting by. She is a member of the Elite Black Guard, works hard at her job. When bodies are turning up at an alarming rate, she is forced to work with Ian, Master Necromancer. This job may very well cost them everything, their lives, their hearts, their very souls.

You know what?? I LOVE it when a book totally blows me away! Totally did not see this coming at me, at all.

The world building is astounding! You don't get all the history at once, you get little bits here and there, almost thrown in as an after thought, and in the beginning, I was thinking, nah, I;m not gonna like this, but as it all started to make sense, and I could put those bits into bigger pieces and finally a whole world, I grew more and more excited to see how it was gonna go.

Ian and Fiona had worked together before, and they had history. Fiona's mother was killed by and necromancer of old, plying his wares and scamming his way. But there is more to Ian that Fiona first thought, and right from the beginning there is an underlaying tension between them, that bubbles, and simmers for ages! It only a matter of time before things boil over and they do, brilliantly!

The plot moves at a clear and even pace, not too fast or too slow, just nicely plods along, but I mean that in a GOOD way!

There are vampires, werewolves, shifters, mages, and all sorts of other paranormals that have been out in the open since The Cataclysm, some good, some not so.

I would love to read any future books in this series, to see what happens next for Fiona and Ian, but equally, for Fiona's sisters, River and Anya. I can see Jarrett playing a part with one of said sisters, I really can.

At the end of this review, I'm including the bit of world building that is included on Amamzon, but not added here on Goodreads, it might pique your interest! Cos I know if I had seen that bit, I would have been interested, really I would!

Seriously good book, people!

5 full stars

**similar worded review will appear on Goodreads, Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk (ABout The Paranom world will not appear on my Amazon review)**

About The Paranorm World-
Two hundred years ago the world was very different. It was an age of technology and prosperity. There were more than 7 billion people on earth. Magic and paranormal beings were relegated to fiction and myth. In the Technological Age Year 2012 the Earth experienced a natural phenomena which we now call the Cataclysm. There was a polar shift in which the earths natural magnetic poles shifted. The polar shift caused a series of natural disasters that changed the landscape of the world.

In the years that followed 2012—Earthquakes, hurricanes, blizzards, tornadoes, and tsunamis pounded the world leaving devastation and death. Whole cities and even states were leveled by earthquakes and swallowed by the sea. The melting of the polar ice caps caused flooding.

Society collapsed. With major cities being leveled by disasters governments crumbled. Power plants and refineries were destroyed. The basic infrastructure of the country disintegrated. There was no longer any electricity, public water systems no longer worked. Food supplies dwindled as there was no longer enough gasoline for shipping. At first the government tried to keep order with police and military. But as more and more disasters destroyed major cities and even the capital of the United States, the government crumbled. With no government to pay or command them there was no longer an army or even police forces. Riots abounded, destroying as much property as the disasters.

Disasters killed more than half the population in less than a year. Over the next five decades famine, disease, and war killed millions more.

Humanities only chance for survival was reliant on those who had long ago become outcasts and myths. Humans who through natural evolution, genetics, or viruses had preternatural abilities.

In the ruins of the old civilization, a new one rose up. One that blends technology and magic. One where paranormal beings like mages, vampires and werebeasts live side by side with normal humans.

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4,636 reviews25 followers
May 21, 2015
I am so glad I had the opportunity to discover this book and this author. I highly recommend it. It features Fiona who is a tough but fair woman who is a high level mage working for the elite Black Blade Guard in a very divided society. She enforces the laws and arrests magic users who violate them. If you like characters like Kate Daniels and Jane Yellowrock, you will really like this one.

The word has changed dramatically since religious wars caused devastation. In this world, there are vampires, shifters, mages, and necromancers who mix together both professionally and personally. There is also a community of norms who do not have any magical abilities. There are a few cities and many areas where there is lawlessness.

Fiona is my kind of character. She is physically and mentally strong. She had a tough childhood which caused her emotional issues but it has not stopped her from creating her own family with a vampire as their father-figure and two sisters who she loves dearly. She makes no apologies for her sexuality but has chosen not to pursue relationships.

She often works with Ian who is a necromancer on cases. They have a strong attraction but she has chosen not to pursue it. Ian has reached the point where he is willing to take chances to make it happen. He gets his opportunity as they take on a case unlike they have ever seen. Mages are disappearing and bodies are being found later without any energy left and looking more like zombies than humans. The world becomes very dangerous for Fiona and she has to rely on others to help her solve the case before she becomes a victim too.

I like that the author alternates at times between Fiona and Ian's point-of-view in chapters. It gives you a better feel for each character and their motivations. More chapters are written in Fiona's perspective than Ian's. I really enjoyed all the supporting characters and could see the potential for a great series featuring these characters. Sam, Fiona's boss, seems like a really complicated character. Her two sisters also had harsh experiences as children and I would like to learn more about them. Their vampire "father" would have lots of stories to tell as well. I really do hope this will be a series. It has such potential.

I received a copy from the publisher in return for a honest review.
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617 reviews129 followers
February 4, 2015
This is one of the most fabulous books I have read in quite a while! If you love paranormal mysteries with a touch of romance then you should try this book. I Loved the way the dialogue flowed so naturally.

Fiona Moon is a force to be reckoned with; tough, loyal and savvy! Her world is dangerous and she navigates its seedier side with fortitude and pizzazz. As the story unfolds, glimpses of her past are revealed and as her history is unveiled she becomes even more of an enigma.

Ian is the perfect man for Fiona, but it takes her time to come to that realization. In the meantime, the pair work well together despite Fiona’s visceral dislike of the talented necromancer. Their interactions are humorous and just absolutely hum with vitality and sass.

The story is fresh and managed to quickly captivate my imagination. I predict June Stevens will become a favorite author of many readers. She is on the fast track to becoming one of my favorites. I want more!

This book was given to me in exchange for my honest review.

Reviewed by Laurie-J
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748 reviews12 followers
July 15, 2017

This is set in the future where a great war has occurred, 200 years later, crystals are used in place of electricity and very expensive. The new world of poverty is now populated by mages, vampires and blade fighters. A good romantic read.
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Author 10 books901 followers
February 26, 2016
This review was originally posted on Michelle K. Pickett

Okay, so I’m supposed to write a review on “Voodoo Moon” by June Stevens—who happens to be DJ Westerfield, whom I really, really like.

That puts me in a BAD situation.

Why? Because I love DJ. She is SO sweet, but I’ve never read her work. What if I don’t like her book? Um, whoa. Not sure what to do about that. Tell everyone I liked it because I don’t want to hurt a friend’s feelings? Or tell the truth and risk losing a friend?

So, I’m up shit creek without a paddle. Why do I agree to do reviews on friends’ books? I shouldn’t, shouldn’t shouldn’t, for this very reason.

Luckily…I needn’t have worried. “Voodoo Moon” was, in my very honest opinion, a great book! I loved the world building, especially! And there were a few genres running around in the pages.

First, there’s the “Cataclysm.” This gave a post-apocalyptic spin to the story and I. Freakin’. Loved. It. If any of you have read my debut young adult novel (that’s one big hint, by the way. Ha!), you know it was a post-apocalyptic, so I have a close affinity to them. They are some of my favorite to read…and, no, it doesn’t have anything to do with Hunger Games or Divergent…although, let’s face it, Theo James (Four in the Divergent movie) makes an apocalyptic war almost appealing. Okay, moving on.

Next, magic. There were all sorts of freaky things in the book…but they meshed together so well. It wasn’t discombobulated or forced, everything: person/werewolf/vampire/ETC had a place and fit there so well. Add to that, they all had their own set of abilities. Like, Ian. Oh, Ian. He’s one smexy necromancer. And there are more like him. The book overflows with ooey-gooey magical beings…and I mean that in the best possible way. Like the Toll House, melty chocolate chip cookie way. (Yeah, now I want chocolate…and Ian.)

Then (Yes! There’s more!) there is the actual world the characters live and function in. It’s a magical world. Yeah, I know I said that already, but that’s not where I’m going with this. It’s an actual world that accepts magic as “normal” and it’s embraced as a way of life. Way cool. I’d never read a world constructed quite like the one in June/DJ’s book. I loved the aspect that magic was legit in the everyday lives of people in Nash. And I loved how there were “time-frames” or “times of day/night” for each type of magical being…yeah, that is probably a little confusing, but you know I’m not going to tell you any more. You HAVE to read the book!

Okay, so that’s all you’re getting about the actual story…which, admittedly, isn’t much. But you know my feeling on reviews. They are not meant to regurgitate the story back to the review readers. They are just supposed to give you all a little taste and make you want more. So…want more. ‘Cuz it’s too good to pass up.

As for DJ/June’s writing—nearly flawless. The characters are vibrant and colorful. Fiona is a kick-ass Black Blade Guard. And Ian, like I said, is smexy. It doesn’t really matter what he is or does…he’s just lip lickin’ good all by himself. Yeah.

The plot is unique, and like I mentioned above, the world building is incredible. Pacing is great and kept my attention throughout (no doing my taxes while I was reading). It started with Millie—a great scene—and kept racing until the end. It was a totally page flippin’ read.

Oh, and the secondary characters were done well. I loved Fiona’s sisters and I really liked the story behind how her “family” came to exist.

Bottom line: Voodoo Moon is absolutely a book any paranormal fan needs to read. The world building alone was enough to pull me into the story, but the plot and characters kept me turning pages. I’m looking forward to reading more of DJ/June’s work—I already have her book on my Kindle waiting!

Clear your schedules and enjoy Voodoo Moon…don't worry, you won’t have to tie up too many days. You’ll be so hooked, you’ll read it in a day. Almost guaranteed.

This review was originally posted on Michelle K. Pickett
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233 reviews111 followers
August 7, 2015
**An eARC was provided in exchange of an honest review**

When I first saw this book, I was very excited for it. The blurb sounded great, and it's been a while since I read a paranormal book, so when I saw this book, I was immediately interested. There were so many things I expected from this book, and so many things that disappointed me.

This book is set 200 years in the future where the world has undergone a Cataclysm that destroyed almost everything we know and have today. When the world needed them post, all paranormal species made themselves known to help save the world, and thus, two hundred years later, everything is worked on magic instead of technology. Fiona, our MC, is a Blade, someone who fights the evil and the bad, and when a new threat makes itself at home in the streets of Nash City, she needs help from the one person she hates most, Master Necromancer Ian.

The world build is one of the few, if not the only thing, I liked about this book. The author has clearly thought of everything and left anything for chance, everything was very developed. I liked how Voodoo Moon took dystopia and gave it a paranormal twist. That is something new and that I haven't seen before. What I didn't like was how it was delivered. Since this book takes place in a whole new world where everything is new, there had to be lots of explanations and descriptions, I get that, but in this book, introducing the world took so much place that I always forgot what was happening. It took over the plot and distracted from it instead of adding to it and most of the time, I felt like I was reading a history book with just dry facts. It was so boring, and I had a very hard time finishing this book. The writing was awkward and dry and the conversations between characters were flat.

Fiona didn't help matters either. I wanted to strangle that woman most of the time. I like a confident heroine as much as the next person, in fact, I think we need more of them, but she was just arrogant and judgmental and couldn't make up her mind about Ian because of her misplaced hatred for his kind. I didn't understand his fascination with her in all honesty. There was no connection between them and no attraction and their relationship just felt flat and forced. I couldn't connect with either of them.

The world build may have been great, but everything else wasn't, and even original building is not worth suffering through the rest.
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158 reviews
May 1, 2015
I was gifted a copy of Voodoo Moon by the author in exchange for an honest review. That in no way changes my opinion of this book.

I am an avid reader of Paranormal books, and Voodoo Moon did not disappoint. This book does not lack in a single area, and I am so glad I had the opportunity to read and review it. Within the covers of this book, you will find magic, vampires, romance, mages, lust, mystery, suspense, secrets, beasts, and zombies. Voodoo Moon is post-apocalyptical, and told in two POV’s, however, that does not take away from the plot or flow of the story; in fact, I believe it adds to it.

The book drags a little in the beginning, with the background information, and filling the reader in on the world as it is at the time of the events. Once you get past that, it flows easily, and is hard to put down.
Fiona, the main female character, belongs to a group that looks for, and stops, paranormal criminals. She is placed on a case about some being (they have a hard time figuring out exactly which type of being is capable of such horrible crimes), that is kidnapping mages. The main male character, Ian, becomes her partner, as well as several others. Ian is the head of the Necromancers Guild, a group she is not fond of.

The sexual tension between Fiona and Ian become intense throughout the story, but is it safe to give into those urges, or keep things strictly professional? Ian is not looking for a hook-up, however, Fiona is not looking for a commitment. She has been hurt too many times in the past, how can she let herself heal, get over the pain, and feel love once again?

Little does anyone know, the creepy being that is behind the kidnappings is very diabolical, and sucking the energy for its own selfish needs. Somehow, it thinks that Fiona is the key to it becoming God-like, and will stop at nothing to get ahold of her.

No one is safe unless Fiona, Ian, and the rest of the team can find this creature and stop it, while the body count adds up.

Voodoo Moon will not be the last book by June Stevens that I will read! She has me hooked on this series and I cannot wait to find out what is in store for Fiona and the others in the next book.
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Author 66 books873 followers
February 5, 2015
Voodoo Moon is a complicated and well-thought out fantasy story starring Fiona Moon and Ian Barroes. I liked Fiona’s character. She is a kick-ass heroine with a complicated history. Her character growth as the story progressed was interesting to watch. I liked Ian as well although he was more of a side-kick to Fiona.

Stevens is a talented storyteller. The story is interesting and will keep you reading. Unfortunately, however, the writing is lacking. As an indie author myself, I try not to complain about grammatical issues in books. In Voodoo Moon, however, there were so many misspelled words and grammatical errors that it interrupted the story. Even though I enjoyed the story, I would not have continued to read the novel if I hadn’t been asked to write a review. I also felt that some of the back story could have been weaved into the story better instead of long explanations taking up pages.

With editing, this series has the potential of being a great read.
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377 reviews8 followers
February 28, 2015
Fiona Moon is one of the only women on a elite force to protect humanity after the collapse of the world. She also happens to be one kick ass mage to boot. Fiona has no problem with people of other species, vampires included, but what she cannot stand are necromancers. Too bad for her Ian is one and also the best one out there who also happens to consult for The Order of the Blade which she works for. Ian knows that his people’s history makes him kind of unlikable but he is determined to change Fiona’s mind about him if not all of his kind. When a strange series of deaths hits the cities Fiona and Ian are takes with trying to figure out and put a stop to it all. With the death toll rising so do emotions. This is a wonderful start to what is sure to be a great series. Filled with mystery, romance and some pretty kick ass fights too not a book you want to miss!
November 4, 2015
I absolutely love the setting. What I wrote above (see my blog) is really just a part from the book where the current situation is explained. But during the story you come to realize that the writer did a great job in figuring out all the details and consequences of the Cataclysm. And yes, I'm a sucker for details. The main character is Fiona Moon, one of the three Moon sisters, and she is a kick-ass Black Blade Guard. The story of the Moon sisters is just as well thought off as the setting is. Most of the characters I came across are in fact quite interesting. Even though it is a Romantic 18+ paranorm novel it does have a great background story. At the moment I've only read the first part, Voodoo Moon, but I will be reading the second part soon enough.
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123 reviews
February 16, 2016
Had a blast with Fiona Moon fighting Paranorm crime...Until Master Necromancer Ian Barroes a rich professor of Necromantic Studies, wants only one thing...Fiona.
I guess I'll have to read book 2 to find out what happens to Fiona and Ian...and jump right in to find out if they defeat the evil Voodoo Priest, Bokor...
Will definitely be reading more from this series...

A Definite 5 Stars from me...to the author...just to let you know...i appreciate what you do for us readers...its amazing how you can turn a book from a fantasy into reality...cause thats how i see it when i read :) Again thanks so much for doing what you do...
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Author 35 books275 followers
February 11, 2015
Voodoo Moon introduces a completely fascinating world. I love the idea of a post-apocalyptic society that is magically, but not technologically, advanced. The chemistry between the two main characters crackles on the page. If you like fantasy and strong female and male leads, this book is for you! The only thing that keeps it from being a five for me is the amount of back story, at times, got to be too much for my taste. Those who love that level of detail will really enjoy it. The world building is extremely thorough!
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518 reviews23 followers
May 6, 2015
I absolutely loved this book. With two kick ass characters that I just love everything about which is rare. Not to mention there is witches, vampires, zombies, oh and an apocalyptic world! I cannot express how much I loved this book without spoilers so I will just say go read this book I promise you will love it. 5/5 Bloody Fangs
117 reviews2 followers
October 11, 2015
What a great story! It had romance, drama, action, excitement, and some steaminess! I loved every minute of it!

Stevens is an excellent writer, she gives great detail with her scenes and with her characters that you feel as if you are right there with them!! I can't wait to see what will be up next!
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357 reviews2 followers
November 14, 2016
Haven't read an original paranormal novel in a while. The originality of this post-modern war era was fun and refreshing. Definitely interesting enough for me to invest in book two.
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39 reviews
April 18, 2016
loved it Phee was so bad ass a can't wait to read the next book
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