Blood Moon Harvest (The Cain Chronicles, #2) - SM Reine

Blood Moon Harvest (The Cain Chronicles, #2)

By SM Reine

  • Release Date - Published: 2013-04-14
  • Book Genre: Paranormal
  • Author: SM Reine
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 158 Ratings)

Blood Moon Harvest (The Cain Chronicles, #2) SM Reine read online review & book description:

Rylie’s home has been turned into a battle zone by attacking hunters – and by her conflicted heart. Her wolf and human sides are in love with different men, and neither Seth nor Abel will give Rylie up without a fight.

To save her pack, Rylie will have to find out who Cain is. To save herself, she’ll have to choose between the man she wants and the man she needs.
Blood Moon Harvest is episode 2 in a serialized paranormal romance novel (about 15,0000 words long) intended for a new adult audience.

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Posted Reviews

  • I AM REALLY DISAPPOINTED

    5
    By Jshdebcishsjhxdb
    It was all good except for the ending when Elenor came back and wasn't really dead!!! Also I was really hoping that Rylie was going to change her mind and go back to California with Abel, and I WAS ALSO HOPING THAT RYLIE WOULD BE WITH ABEL BY NOW cause I've been routing for them ever since Rylie and him both went to California when Abel first got turned. Other than that it was the Cain chronicles and the series before this one with Rylie in it was overall amazing and I love the books. 😍
  • Too short

    3
    By Russell0214
    Too short, will be reading the next book too interesting to stop.

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