Monday, June 18, 2012

Review of Crimson Moon (Redux) by J.A. Saare

Title: Crimson Moon (Crimson Trilogy #1)
Author: J.A. Saare
Source: N/A
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Length: 278 pages
Trueblood vampires: those set apart from commons by their right of blood. Graced with extraordinary abilities, they are the most powerful and feared among their kind. The secret lies within a a legacy evolving the truest form of magic, and their living bloodlines are the key
An average morning is what Emma Johnson anticipates when visits Joe's Cafe for a steaming cup of coffee. Her life is routine, each day as uneventful as the one before, until she's attacked by a mob of bloodthirsty creatures and is informed she is the daughter of a powerful vampire -- a vampire who wants her delivered safely to his home.
Her rescuer isn't what he seems either: a werewolf procured to protect the royal vampiric bloodlines. Despite an unexpected and surreal turn of events, she can't prevent her fascination with Caleb, or the way she reacts to his nearness. Drawn to a man who isn't entirely human, her world is turned upside down.
When she is forced to choose between the man she knows and the man who's sent for her, she has to make a life changing decision -- vampire or wolf?

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Emma is just an average young woman in a small town or so that is what she thinks when her life changes in the blink of an eye. A cup of coffee and two donuts at the local coffee shop begin a non-stop action fest as she is introduced to Caleb, who turns out to be a werewolf. Emma has secrets of her own but she is not told them for over half the length of this novel.
This is a re-issue and the first novel Ms. Saare wrote before she dived into the series of Rhiannon’s Laws and her naughtier side emerged with her paranormal and BDSM novels under her pen name of Aline Hunter.
This novel in its new form is beautifully written with a love story that will have you hooked from the word go. There are some parts which the action slows and Emma must come into acceptance over what she is, what her mysterious powers are to her people and a world she never knew existed but this is definitely a goody which will keep you on your toes and rooting for Emma and Caleb’s HEA.
A true and definite pack howl for this wonderful book.
P.S. The sequel, Crimson Sunrise, is now available and will be reviewed next by yours truly.

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