Blood Moon (Dark Moon Series Book 1)

Blood Moon Dark Moon Series Book In book one Blood Moon Werewolf witches Conri Olcan and Saoirse MacKay are on the hunt for the bones of the original Alpha of the Blood Moon Pack Panteon Cronus the leader of the Vampire Coven wil

  • Title: Blood Moon (Dark Moon Series Book 1)
  • Author: Shelly M. Burrows Michael S. Stewart
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 464
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In book one, Blood Moon Werewolf witches, Conri Olcan and Saoirse MacKay are on the hunt for the bones of the original Alpha of the Blood Moon Pack, Panteon Cronus, the leader of the Vampire Coven will stop at nothing to prevent that from happening Mike Hardy and Bentley Britt are caught in between these powerful beings Will they become casualties of war Or will they bIn book one, Blood Moon Werewolf witches, Conri Olcan and Saoirse MacKay are on the hunt for the bones of the original Alpha of the Blood Moon Pack, Panteon Cronus, the leader of the Vampire Coven will stop at nothing to prevent that from happening Mike Hardy and Bentley Britt are caught in between these powerful beings Will they become casualties of war Or will they be important than they even realize Will Conri and Saoirse survive Will Cronus succeed in stopping them Follow this thrilling tale and enter the Variant World.

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    1. Having known the co-authors (and seen these characters come to life) over the last few years, it was a thrill to find out they'd published their first book together. Although I've known many of these characters for a while, the authors managed to keep the story fresh and interesting. I also thought the setting was handled quite well. I felt like I could see what the characters were seeing. One of the themes running through the story is that love is love no matter what race, sex, gender or.specie [...]

    2. I'd be remiss in my review if I gave away spoilers, so suffice it to say there's so much going on in this story that you'll be on your toes at all times. Who truly is the villain? Are there different stages of right and wrong, or good vs evil? Does perspective color righteousness? Decisions and actions form repercussions, and all Variant species will suffer for their choices. The first book surly sets a tone of trouble for the future, so be prepared for more obstacles along their journey. With p [...]

    3. I have know the authors of this book Shelly and Mike for a few years now. I have seen their writing before and it has always amazed me. When you step into their world of their stories and characters you get hooked right away. When I found out that they wrote a book I was so proud of them. I couldnt wait to read it. I was once again hooked onto their writing, I could not put the book down. It really draws you in. The storyline, the scenary the characters everything just takes you in. Its like you [...]

    4. I enjoyed reading Blood Moon. The characters and plot were both intense. It was fun and sensuous. I can't wait for the sequel! I highly recommend this book!

    5. As a fan of both the vampire and werewolf horror categories I have to say that BLOOD MOON was a very refreshing alternative to the popular take on vamp/wolf relations. Far too many times we have seen the werewolves used in subservient capacities. This was NOT the case. The werewolves in this novel are ferocious, clever, calculating creatures. Their personalities practically smack of wolf-like tendencies even in their human forms. Conri and Saoirse's romance spans through time. They have an ease [...]

    6. Overall, this was a pretty good book. I love the story line. Almost a Romeo and Juliet of sorts with a large dash of inter supernatural species rivalry. My one complaint is that it didn't have a good flow. It had a good portion of one point of view followed by another's POV from the beginning point of the others. Like reading one character's lines and not seeing the responses until way later. It really should be more conversational. *I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review [...]

    7. This was very interesting stories. I enjoyed reading this. The different plots and scenarios to the story. I was intrigued by Mike and what he could shift into. Is there was part 2 to this story. It keep me wanting to finish the story. Thumb up to the author.It is the best that deserved. I enjoy a good paranormal story. I would suggest that it would be a good for all.

    8. Mixing some old and new!The regular vampire or werewolf novels are always fun but this adds a great twist to awaken my love of the genre. The characters are well developed and make you hate or love them. The force you to feel a vested interest in their fate. The erotic undertones remind me that this isn't your usual bedtime story but one to tingle all the senses!

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