First Book in Nocturne City Series by Caitlin Kittredge.
The beginning of the book wasn’t too bad, but as the book went on, I found it a bit difficult to read, although it did have some interesting parts. I started to read this book, since I had read book two first and found it to be entertaining, I was also interested to see what had happened previously since book two referred back to things that had happened previously.
The book starts out introducing the protagonist Luna Wilder, a Insoli werewolf (that is a werewolf who is a lone wolf, without the protection of a pack) who also happens to be a police officer. We work with her solving a case revolving around several ritualistic murders. She is living with her witch cousin whose name is Sunny and who is a very unpleasant and annoying character.
Most of the parts were she is interacting with Dimitri, a hunk of werewolf, who also happens to be a suspect, are usually interesting. However, I found some of the writing to be irritating when it described the various different characters communication with other as shrilling, shrieking, or hissing at each other.
The ending was interesting, with a few surprises thrown in, but I was glad it was over.