Book Review: Ilona Andrews’s Bayou Moon

Posted January 7, 2011 by Kathy Davie in Book Reviews

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Book Review: Ilona Andrews’s Bayou Moon

Bayou Moon


Ilona Andrews

paranormal romance that was published by Ace Books on September 28, 2010 and has 480 pages.

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Other books by this author which I have reviewed include On the Edge, Must Love Hellhounds, Dark and Stormy Knights, Angels of Darkness, Hexed, Fate's Edge, Hex Appeal, An Apple for the Creature, "Magic Gifts", Gunmetal Magic, Innkeeper Chronicles, Steel's Edge, Magic Bites, Magic Burns, Magic Strikes, Magic Bleeds, Magic Slays, Magic Rises, Magic Bleeds, Burn For Me, Night Shift, Magic Shifts, Magic Binds

Second in The Edge paranormal romance suspense series set in a a magic-crazy land. This story revolves around William Wolf and Cherie Mar.

My Take

Bayou Moon carries on with one of the characters from On the Edge, 1, with William Wolf, a wolf shapeshifter.

Court-martialed from the Adrianglian army for being too human, adopted by a duke out for revenge, William finally escapes everyone and lives happily in his trailer in the Edge with his beer and flatscreen television until the Spider and the Mirror both reach out to him through his one weakness.

The Mirror sends him after his arch-enemy, Spider, and that way leads through the Mire and a horde of magically enhanced villains and the heart of a stubborn, beautiful woman with talent and a sword — and this girl is intense. Neither knows that their way lies together as the Spider has kidnapped her parents seeking a terrible weapon.

A most unexpected ending with promise of yet more adventures for all.