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Vampire Moon by J.R. Rain Review

Title: Vampire Moon

Author: J.R. Rain

First published January 1, 2010

308 pages, Kindle Edition

Rating: 4


In “Vampire Sun,” the third installment of J.R. Rain’s Samantha Moon series, our favorite vampire PI finds herself in the midst of a kidnapping case that hits too close to home. With her son Jimmy missing, Samantha must use all of her skills and resources to track down the perpetrators and bring them to justice.

But as she delves deeper into the case, she discovers a web of corruption and deceit that goes far beyond a simple kidnapping. With danger at every turn and the clock ticking, Samantha must rely on her wits, her strength, and her love for her family to save the day once again.

About the Author

J.R. Rain has written over 110 novels to date. He currently resides on an island in the Pacific Northwest and is busy crafting his latest literary work.

In addition to his writing, he also has to contend with fending off vampires that glisten in the sun.

Editoral Review

Vampire Moon by J.R. Rain is a supernatural thriller that will take readers on a thrilling adventure through the underbelly of Los Angeles. J.R. Rain is an American author who has written several books in the paranormal, mystery, and fantasy genres.

He is known for his fast-paced narratives and complex characters that are both relatable and unique. The novel revolves around Samantha Moon, a private investigator who is also a vampire struggling to come to terms with her supernatural powers.

As the story unfolds, Samantha is drawn into a web of deceit and danger after she is hired to investigate a series of bizarre murders that seem to be connected to the world of vampires. The first thing that stands out about Vampire Moon is the vivid and atmospheric setting of Los Angeles.

Rain paints a vivid picture of the city, capturing its seedy underbelly and neon-lit streets with precision and detail. The characters are also well-drawn, with Samantha Moon being a particularly compelling protagonist.

She is complex and flawed, yet determined to do what is right, even at great personal cost. The plot is well-crafted, with plenty of plot twists and turns to keep readers guessing.

Rain does an excellent job of building tension and suspense throughout the novel, making it difficult to put down. The pacing is brisk and snappy, with each scene flowing seamlessly into the next.

The themes of identity, power, and morality also give the novel depth and meaning, elevating it beyond a simple thriller. One of the strengths of the novel is Rain’s ability to blend genres seamlessly.

Vampire Moon is part mystery, part supernatural thriller, and part urban fantasy, blending the best elements of each. The novel will appeal to fans of all three genres, making it a must-read for anyone looking for a thrilling and thought-provoking novel.

While there are a few minor flaws, such as some repetitive dialogue and a few plot holes, these do not detract from the overall quality of the novel. Rain’s writing is sharp and concise, with a clear voice that keeps the story moving forward.

Overall, Vampire Moon is an excellent novel that will appeal to fans of the supernatural, crime, and urban fantasy genres. J.R. Rain has crafted a compelling, well-written story that is both engaging and thought-provoking.

I highly recommend this novel to anyone looking for a thrilling and entertaining read. Rating: 4 out of 5 stars.