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Friday, November 6

Review: Cursed to Death By L.A. Banks



Title: Cursed to Death
By: L.A. Banks
Released: 10/2009
Reading Level: Adult
Series: Crimson Moon Novels Book 4
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Book Description:
Secret government operative Sasha Trudeau arrives at the scene of a murder, only to discover that a Fae creature has been killed—in a whole new kind of way. What is the meaning behind this mysterious ritualistic killing? What did the victim do to deserve it? Sasha fears that the Vampires and Unseelies have formed an unholy alliance…and they’re ready to unleash their darkest arsenal of magick yet.

Teaming up with her mate and fellow Shadow Wolf, Max Hunter, Sasha tries to penetrate the paranormal community for clues. Meanwhile, members of the Wolf Clan are turning against one another as they race to uncover the meaning behind an ancient Unseelie curse. Even Sasha is not immune to this powerful magick, and soon finds herself drawn to a sensual, dangerous dance—one that could cost her own life…


This is the fourth book in the Crimson Moon Novels. Sasha Trudeau has seen her Wolf Mate Max Hunter through two near deaths. Though, she is still struggling with her consistent attraction to the half brother Shogun. After the major show down of Undead on Arrival enemies were to be expected in this book. My over all feeling for this book is that it was more of a conclusion and wrapping up the the lose ends from the previous three books. This was another fast paced and entertaining read from L.A. Banks, but I find myself becoming bored with the love triangle of this book. Please do not under estimate, this is not a bad book though I am more than happy with putting an end to the struggle between Hunter, Sasha, and Shogun. I find myself a little unhappy seeing as how I like Shogun better than Hunter, but the end of tormoil was necessary. I will continue to read the next book in this series, and I look forward to new direction that the Crimson Moon Novels with take.

**Special Thanks to St Martin for the Review Book




1 comment:

Cecilia said...

this book sounds good! I might start reading this series :)