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Moon Child (Vampire for Hire, #4) [Reading] ➼ Moon Child (Vampire for Hire, #4) By J.R. Rain – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Mother wife private investigatorvampire Six years ago federal agent Samantha Moon was the perfect wife and mother your typical soccer mom with the minivan and suburban home Then the unthinkable happen Mother wife private investigatorvampire Six years ago federal agent Samantha Moon was the perfect wife and mother your typical soccer mom with the minivan and suburban home Then the unthinkable happens an attack that changes her life forever And forever is a very long time for a vampireNow in MOON CHILD seuel to AMERICAN VAMPIRE private investigator Samantha Moon is faced with an impossible decision—a decision that no mother should ever have to make A decision that will change her life and those she loves foreverAnd through it all Sam finds herself in a lethal game of vampire vs vampire as a powerful—and desperate—enemy will stop at nothing to claim what he most desires.

10 thoughts on “Moon Child (Vampire for Hire, #4)

  1. Debbie "Buried in Her TBR Pile" Debbie "Buried in Her TBR Pile" says:

    3 starsOwn in Samantha Moon The First Four Vampire for Hire Novels Plus One Novella Samantha Moon All Four Novels

  2. Montzalee Wittmann Montzalee Wittmann says:

    Moon ChildVampire for Hire Book 4By J R RainNarrated by Dina PearlmanThe books just keep getting better What would you do if you son was dying and you could change him to a vampire? Would you? At age 7 he would be a vampire? Plus another child is kidnapped they thought it was her son A lot goes on in this bookThe narrator is the same as the other books and this keeps things consistent She is an excellent narratoractress and makes this series 'POP'

  3. Kara Kara says:

    “Moon Child” is the fourth book in the 13 book series “Vampire for Hire” The series is paranormal and MC Samantha is hetero After a slow patch in book three the series regains strength in “Moon Child” with a solid story and nice treatment of Samantha struggling with being a good mother who faces choices for her dying son that only a vampire would face What really shines in book four is the humanity of Samantha the vampire As she tells a friend “I’m still me I’m still a mom I’m still a woman I’m still a sister And I’m still a friend”Samantha is loved and lusted after by everyone she knows and strangers she meets Ex husband Danny the supreme asshole flirts with her again and until the very end of the book neither we nor Samantha know whether she is attracted to Fang the human or Kingsley the werewolfYet another evil vampire makes an appearance and ghosts and wizards play larger roles but the focus remains tightly on Samantha and her love for her son Narrator Dina Pearlman seemed to enjoy this book than the previous one as well; she sounds right at home voicing Samantha and her worldWith Book Four we’re not even a third of the way through the series so there are many adventures new characters and uncertainties over Samantha’s future relationships to come and I continue to look forward to continuing the series 4 for “Moon Child”

  4. Sue Sue says:

    I found this installment pretty disappointing There were too many easy coincidences and Sam who until very recently was still trying to figure out many of her vampire traits is suddenly capable of way way too much Holding off an ancient super powerful vampire? Solving the mystery of the relic in a matter of days when beings have searched and wondered for ages? She can hold the thing in her hand with no problems at all but when she wears it it suddenly embeds itself? She's out constantly during the day She really tries to be a good mother but she practically ignores her daughter and really isn't there very much for her son And I'm not even going to try to figure out the mood swings She likes Kingsley She hates Kingsley she likes him again She despises him and wants to never see him and can never forgive him She likes Fang She has a strong and ever developing 'psychic connection' with Fang He knows her every thought and they can talk to each other even though he is not supernatural and they are destined Suddenly he is just her friend and she is back with Kingsley She needs a dance card to just keep it all straight No Best word to describe this is disappointing Glad I started the series Glad this one didn't end on a ridiculous cliffhanger I'm done I won't read any of these

  5. Erth Erth says:

    I enjoyed this fast read Sam is uite the superhero She does do a lot of crying in this book but with good reason I like the kick butt Sam best I'm hoping she drops Kingsly and keeps Fang or possibly even Sherbet Off to seeBook 5

  6. Eliza Brand Eliza Brand says:

    I'll start off by saying right off I didn't finish this one I think I'm done with this series I can't imagine any mother that would turn their young child into a vampire even to save their life So the motivation from the very beginning the book was so flawed it made it difficult for me to care about Sam's search for a way to some how now cure him I don't know if she was successful and frankly I don't really care enough to finish the book

  7. Erica Chilson Erica Chilson says:

    I'm using my personal copy for BYOB Bring your own Book month for Wicked Reads 4 Stars Moon Child picks up exactly where American Vampire left off overlapping a few pages as Sam struggles with a conflict of conscience Sam makes a difficult choice knowing those in her life won't understand Danny her ex and Kingsley think her a monster for doing the unthinkable But Sam has nearly four days to find the answer to how to unlock the amulet and use the cure on her son Sam uses her abilities as a medium to speak with spirits along with Fang to find the answer she's seeking but she finds something much evil in the process There is always an emotional bent to the story anchoring an Urban Fantasy novel into reality with real world issues causing readers to be able to empathize and identify with our heroine There are still some mysteries to be had when it comes to Sam's burgeoning abilities who Fang is because there seems to be to him than meets the eye and a new one who is the entity speaking through Sam After witnessing Anthony having an 'old soul' I often wonder if who Sam is communicating with is an older facet of her soul the otherworldly version These books have a swift pacing closer to novella in length creating a page turning addictive experience As soon as you finish one installment you're eager to read 'just a few chapters' of the next only to discover it's the wee hours of the morn and you've yet again finished an entire installment

  8. Chris Chris says:

    I feel like this story is starting to go off the rails at bit new vaguely supernatural creatures that defy any description and lots of vamps that just happen to live in Fullerton CA even though there are only a few hundred around the planet ?? I feel sorry for Sam's kids I can't help it Her sister is mostly raising them and I think the author feels like if he inserts one scene of a tickle fight then all is forgiven Still an entertaining story but needs some editing

  9. Wicked Wicked says:

    Good Still really like the characters Glad there wasn't a cliff hanger Short 35 rounded up to 4 mostly because I wanted especially of Fang

  10. Nancy Nancy says:

    Action packed twisty full of moral dilemmas I liked this one better that the 3rd novel There was no cliff hanger on the end of this one which was a relief

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