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HUNTER'S MOON
by C.T. Adams, Cathy Clamp

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance

2004 Best Contemporary Paranormal Nominee

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Tony Giodone is not your typical businessman. For starters, he's a mafia hit man and a newly turned werewolf. After he adjusts (somewhat) to his new circumstances, a potential client throws Tony for a loop.

Sue Quentin has finally reached the end of her rope. Dumped on and abused most of her life, she wants to end it all, so hiring a hit man to kill her seems like the perfect solution. But when Tony and Sue meet, sparks fly. For her part, Sue doesn't flinch after seeing Tony in his wolf form, and even though Tony's world is filled with danger and darkness, none of that puts Sue off. But a sudden threat to Tony's boss throws them into danger.

Talk about your perfect anti-hero! Tony Giodone is in a class by himself. This incredible novel is inventive, totally riveting as well as surprisingly tender in spots. Adams and Clamp are a powerhouse team that have opened the door to an amazing new world. (Dec., 328 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Tor Paranormal Romance

Published: December 2004

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