Second Skin (Nocturne City, book 3) by Caitlin Kittredge – book cover, description , publication history. When werewolves from Nocturne City’s oldest packs start showing up shot through the head execution-style, police officer Luna Wilder must. Second Skin By Caitlin Kittredge – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.
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Not only is she jeopardizing her job, she is kidnapped and left as a sacrifice for a new blood hungry Supernatural. Luna traces the killings to a band of shapeshifters made of smoke and shadow who drink the blood of their victims for strength.
Luna is selfish and mean and bitchy.
A good character has layers. When Luna goes to Sunny, her cousin, she finds out that these Sups are Wendigos and of old magic. I thought this was good, but not as good as the first one and second ones. Blood on the Bayou.
Second Skin (Nocturne City, #3) by Caitlin Kittredge
Although I liked the story the characters didn’t impress me but I’m still curious enough to want to start at the beginning to fill in some answers to the many questions I have about the book. While Luna seems to be more stubborn than ever, there is a sense that Kittredge especially at the kittregde of the book is setting up some hard-knocks revelations that will be coming Luna’s way.
Second Skin : A Nocturne City Novel
The new character, Lucas, is intriguing. I really liked him and I understand that Luna didn’t want to be dominated but it got to a point where it was just flat selfishness on her part and I think he really loved her. Yes, she tries to do the right things and is passionate about her work, but it somehow isn’t enough to make me like her. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Mass Market Paperbackpages. Does Luna really have to be so unlikable??? Much like Luna, the plot careens around from one graceless conflict to another. Luna’s getting kittdedge closer to solving the murders and she might be next on the killer’s kottredge. It’s called character development. The one time I kityredge check book order before I start reading, I get burned and accidentally skip a book in a series. It’s even got a pinch of romance mixed in.
Finding out ‘the butler did it’ has only limited dramatic oomph if you didn’t even know there was a thing called a butler in sexond first place. I’m very much looking forward to the next “Witch Craft” to see if Luna’s character development continues to move forward.
She keeps making the same mistakes over and over again. This mystery should not be coming out caittlin slowly. Open Preview See a Problem?
I like the protagonist, Luna, but don’t care for the love interest, Dimitri, so much. Why after three books do we still have no details? Apr 29, Lynn rated it really liked it Shelves: Most of the other people are mere secone dressing This third book really was a disappointment.
Luna has to be the worst lead character ever.
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To make matters worse, Dmitri is suffering from a cwitlin illness brought on by a demon bite, and his condition grows more grave with caitlinn passing day. The weirdest thing of all is that Kittredge didn’t seem aecond feel any need at all to explain why her werewolf heroine feels the need to insult and sneer at damn near everybody–even people who try to help her.
Satan’s Sword Imp Book 2. Dmitri wasn’t as important in this novel as he was in others, but I think that it was just because of Luna’s greater interest in her job this aspect really frustrated me. She is at the scene of a jumper and the official negotiator fails. But the story is good. She refuses and goes home to fight with Dmitri.
To make matters worse, Dmitri is suffering from a mysterious illness brought on by a demon bite, and his condition grows more grave with each passing day. He wants to protect her, make her a Redback.
Frankly I think Dmitri is too good for her and she doesn’t deserve a single person who is in her life. Now Luna must rely on Lucas to defeat an invisible enemy—a serial were-killer bringing death and destruction to all who stand in its path However, at the same time, I think Dmitri annoys me to the very end.
It gets frustrating when characters never learn and go off half ktitredge, rushing head long in to harm’s way, and Luna has this in spades.