A young teenage werewolf turns up murdered, Luna cannot rest until she finds the killer. Her team (known as the Freak Squad") begin investigating a man who has been known to leave bars with young women. What Luna didn't expect was the investigation to be tied to the Russian mob and human (or were) trafficking. Quickly Luna finds herself ensnared by the very men she is trying to capture.
I picked up this book based on the blurb on the back, it sounded so interesting and really drew me into the plot. When I opened the book and started reading, I discovered the blurb on the back was not for this book! How did that manage to get past editing? I decided to give this book a chance despite the error in the blurb.
I was an able to get into this book, no matter how hard I tried or how long I read. I remained bored throughout the story. The aspect of human (or rather paranormal) trafficking was forced. It wasn't at all what I expected from the beginning of the novel. It completely strayed away from the original story of finding a murderer. I understand their trail lead to the trafficking, but it just didn't seem to fit the atmosphere of the novel.
Luna is a hard character to get a handle on. There are so many sides to her, you don't really get deep into her character, at least that is the way it felt. I don't know what it was about her, but I didn't like her as a main character. Maybe if I had read a prior book or the actual book I thought I had bought I would have felt different.
Unfortunately, I couldn't finish the book acted in my world that is a travesty. There are not many books that I couldn't get through. I just had to put it down and couldn't come back. Therefore I am sad to say I give this novel a 1.5. It started out interesting, but went completely off base.