An average morning is what Emma Johnson envisions when she visits Joe's Café for a steaming cup of coffee. But the world isn't the place she imagined it to be, and neither is she... After Emma is rescued from a horde of bloodthirsty creatures, she discovers she is the daughter of a powerful... show more
An average morning is what Emma Johnson envisions when she visits Joe's Café for a steaming cup of coffee. But the world isn't the place she imagined it to be, and neither is she... After Emma is rescued from a horde of bloodthirsty creatures, she discovers she is the daughter of a powerful Vampire from the House Deviard, her rescuer, Caleb, having been sent to see her safely home. For Caleb is also unique, a werewolf procured to protect the royal Vampiric bloodlines from harm - but nothing more. Soon, the undeniable connection Emma and Caleb share evolves beyond attraction into something unexpected. When she is forced to make a choice, what path will she take - vampire or wolf?
Publish date: June 25th 2010
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Pages no: 350
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...