The story follows Veronica Chandler, a 19-year-old Albertan detective, as she is sent after a supposedly cheating husband; although, as with most detective stories, all was not as it seemed. In the second book of the series, Veronica was once again forced into a supernatural situation beyond her immediate control.
I can honestly say that I’ve never read anything quite like From Moon to Joshua. It’s an odd combination of Hunger Games meets the Wild West meets Supernatural.
I’ve never been a fan of books written in first person present tense. I had yet to find a book that did it well enough for me to enjoy reading it. It’s not that I have anything against first person books or books written in present tense, but I find when they’re combined it’s difficult to get across the details and emotions necessary for moving the plot forward without breaking first person.