I have got to stop associating moon titles with wolves. Every time I read something with hunt, moon, or blood I think werewolves. Anyways, this book is quite different and so not what I thought.The plot of the book is good. I like that once your in the story, you can't help but follow along. The reader is intrigued right away by the mysterious Luca and his appearing/disappearing act. After a few chapters in, all I was thinking was, what is up with this dude! I knew he was hiding something. The kept secrets is was mostly what kept me in the story cause I am the type of person that NEEDS TO KNOW! I want every character to spill their guts to me, telling me everything they hold in.Now, the love interest I felt lacked a little. Yes, they learned to love each other but with all the secrets between them it's hard to trust. I found myself going back and forth liking Luca then being skeptical of him. Still, in the end his intentions were honorable. The big plot twist/secret in the end took me away. I wasn't one to piece things together until Luca spelled it out for me. And once it is said, it all made sense.Overall, I like this book. It had it moments where it capture me completely making me want to read faster. Despite the lack in romance, The Crimson Hunt takes the reader for a nice surprise.