Bree has spent her entire life struggling to survive in the world built from the ashes of the Great War. Captured and forced into slavery by the Lycans, her worst fear comes true when she is chosen as the prey for their monthly hunt. She is released into the woods and the hunt begins.
Wounded and dying, Bree is rescued by a half-Lycan named James. Unique not only for his red hair but also his ability to heal, James is horrified to realize her wounds have been caused by his own kind.
Healed by James and taken in by his family, Bree slowly begins to realize that not all Lycans are cruel. Confused by her attraction to the Lycan who saved her life, she must learn to trust James and his family in order to save her enslaved brother.
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This is the second book I've read from this author and I am pleasantly surprised I enjoyed it. I usually read books based on the rating and if it sounds interesting. Because I've never heard of the author before reading Red Moon I was hesitant to read this sequel, but I'm glad I did. There was romance, action, and some funny moments throughout the story. I loved how the characters personalities grew. I also enjoyed hearing more about Avery. I would recommend reading Red Moon Rising. looking forward to reading the rest of the series.