Book Review: Long Night Moon by S.M. Reine

Long Night Moon is the third book in the Seasons of the Moon series by S.M. Reine. Something is killing innocent people around Rylie Gresham's town. The police think it's a wild animal, but she has other suspicions. There are new kids at school, and they have a lot in common with her: gold eyes, super strength, and a habit of turning furry. It seems Rylie's not the only werewolf around anymore. It's up to Rylie and her werewolf-hunting boyfriend, Seth, to stop the killings. But saving lives doesn't come naturally to a monster, and territory battles could risk the life of her sickly aunt--not to mention her own. Rylie has no choice but to stand her ground, protect her home, and stop the murderers before anyone else gets hurt.

Long Night Moon is a good addition to the series, with plenty of action and twists to keep the reader guessing. The violent deaths in the area have everyone worried. New werewolves come to town, Seth’s brother is acting stranger then usual, Rylie’s aunt is not doing well, and a meddling doctor comes to town there are just so many things going on that both Seth and Rylie are struggling to figure out what is going on, and what they should do next. There are unexpected complications and some normal teenage angst all mixed together to keep both the characters and the readers on their toes guessing to see what might happen next. I was on edge and only saw a few of the twists coming- and those I was unsure about until the very end. 

Long Night Moon is another book that goes by a little too quickly. The book has a satisfying conclusion, it was just over before I was ready to leave Rylie and her new world behind. I will be diving into the conclusion of this quartet as soon as possible.
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