Monday, May 21, 2012

Review of Caged Moon by Rachel Deagan


Haunted by an animal attack, seventeen year old Charlotte feels she is being followed. When she runs into a mysterious boy while camping, she’s afraid. Nothing seems right about him. Despite trying to stay away, there is an unmistakable draw to be near him. Even his scent smells familiar. But the closer she gets, the faster the secrets begin to unravel. Not only is he not human, he may have a link to her past. When Charlotte finds out someone wants her dead, she is torn between love and fear. Can she trust him to keep her safe?


I read Caged Moon as a result of seeing a blog tour Rachel was taking part in.  After reading the description, I became curious about the book.  The premise sounded interesting and when it came up for free on Amazon, I took advantage of the price and got it.

The main character, Charlotte was created with just the right mixture of personality and mystery.  I loved the friendship between her and Ty.  Liam was a little more of a flat character, but there was enough going for the story that it made up for it.  I also enjoyed the complex rivalry that grew between Aaron and Liam in the story.

This book was worth the download.  I am a huge fan of all things werewolf and this book was no exception.  The plot was interesting and complex.  I was guessing until the very end.  In fact, I was bummed when the Caged Moon drew to a conclusion. 

After reading this story, I would highly recommend it to YA paranormal fans!  Then be sure to look for Rachel's next story in this series, Alpha Moon.

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