Crimson Moon: Crimson Trilogy
**This edition of Crimson Moon has been revised for re-release.**Trueblood vampires: those set apart from commons by right of blood. Graced with extraordinary abilities, they are the most powerful and feared among their kind. The secret lies within a legacy evolving from the truest form of magic,... show more
**This edition of Crimson Moon has been revised for re-release.**Trueblood vampires: those set apart from commons by right of blood. Graced with extraordinary abilities, they are the most powerful and feared among their kind. The secret lies within a legacy evolving from the truest form of magic, and their living bloodlines are the key. An average morning is what Emma Johnson anticipates when she 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 the 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?
Publish date: May 9th 2012
Pages no: 276
Edition language: English
Series: Crimson Trilogy (#1)
Crimson Moon was a much different werewolf and vampire story than I've read before. It starts out with Emma getting taken by Caleb a man who claims her father has sent for her and she is in danger of people harming her. Her father is a trueblood vampire, so she is kind of like royalty in the vampire...
Eh. Too much easy acceptance of things that should require emotional recovery. The people seemed a bit immature, as well. Just okay.
J.A. Saare has revised Crimson Moon and what a difference it made! If you are curious about this book, I definitely recommend waiting until this version comes out. Excellent book!4.5 out of 5 stars.
Review coming OCT 1st During the Blog Anniversary at www.tigriseden.blogspot.com something you don't want to miss as there will be prizes!!!
Not often in my reading journey have I come to experience something so very different from book to book as I have come to experience with J.A. Saare's writing. I read Dead, Undead, or Somewhere in Between earlier in the year and I would swear that another author wrote Crimson Moon another good autho...