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text 2017-03-05 14:47
Blog Tour Stop for Crimson Moon by Sherri A. Wingler with Teasers and Giveaway

 

Today’s stop is for Sherri A. Wingler’s Crimson Moon. We will have info about the book and author, and a great teasers from the book, plus a great giveaway. Make sure to check everything out and enter the giveaway. Happy Reading

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Crimson Moon: Book 1 of The Dark Woods

 

In the old days, people whispered about the wolf, said he came only at night, and only by the light of the full moon. They locked their doors and huddled close to their fires, safe in the knowledge they could prepare for his coming. The truth is, no one is safe, because the wolf walks in the skin of the man. Always.

Harlow Hayes is a runaway, thief, and failed Southern belle. Forced to grow up fast after what her mama delicately referred to as, ‘the incident,’ she learns the hard way not all strangers are kind, real monsters hide in plain sight, and family can be found in the most unexpected places. Harlow Hayes is about to meet the Wolf.

 

 

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Sherri Wingler is the author of The Immortal Sorrows and The Dark Woods series. She lives and works (way more than full-time) in Indiana.
  
Sherri shares her home with her husband, Steve, too many rescued kitty cats, and one co-dependent Shih Tzu named Spanky. When she isn't writing, or working in the real world, her spare time is spent raising money and awareness for animal charities, in the hopes of saving at least a few little critters.
 
Sherri is currently hard at work on her next book.
 
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review SPOILER ALERT! 2014-10-09 17:53
Crimson Veil [Yasmine Galenorn]
Crimson Veil (Otherworld/Sisters of the Moon #15) - Yasmine Galenorn

I never really got into this book.  Maybe it's just me, but it didn't draw me in like the other books in this series did.  There are several reasons for that: it's been over a year since I read a book in this series, I'm getting burnt out on reading or this just wasn't what I wanted to read.  Based on the star breakdown on Goodreads, it's just me and not this book.  I still liked it but I wasn't as thrilled with it as I was with the other books in this series.  There were several points were I thought the action was picking up and then it would be over and I'd be almost forcing myself to read it. There were some moments that I really liked: Menolly and Narissa talk near the end & Menolly's talk with Trillian.  It's odd that the two parts that really stick out are Menolly's talks with other people.  Action I liked: saving Violet (with Menolly taking on hellhounds).  I still love Menolly and Narissa together and Roman has grown on me; I even feel a little sorry for him, since he doesn't feel like he can tell her he loves her. I get why she told him that he shouldn't fall in love, but he should be allowed to say it without feeling guilty.  

I don't know why this book fell a little flat for me.  I should have read it back in Jan-Feb when it was still new. I'm not sure that would have made a difference, but I'll never know one way or the other.  I just hope I'm not getting burnt out on reading. 

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text 2014-10-09 02:15
Reading progress update: I've read 53%.
Crimson Veil (Otherworld/Sisters of the Moon #15) - Yasmine Galenorn

I spoke too soon. It's gone back to seeming really slow. It might be because I'm tired right now and I'm having trouble focusing or just that it's been so long since I've read one of these. It's not that nothings happening, it just seems really slow to me at some points.  Really hoping that changes.  

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text 2014-10-09 00:07
Reading progress update: I've read 28%.
Crimson Veil (Otherworld/Sisters of the Moon #15) - Yasmine Galenorn

The first part of this started out really slow and I was getting a little worried, but there was an action scene right before I quit reading and I'm less worried now. This book has been out since January of this year and it just kept getting buried under other books.  The next book in this series came out and it reminded me that I still haven't read this one.  I'm not sure if this book really starts out slow or if it took me sometime to get into it because it's been a while since I've read a book from this world.  I'm just glad I haven't forgotten who anyone is!  Well, Bran took me a moment but he's not a MC so that's okay.

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review 2014-04-18 00:02
Crimson Moon by J.A. Saare
Crimson Moon: Crimson Trilogy - J.A. Saare

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 world. Emma probably wouldn't have believed vampires and werewolves existed until she actually saw the "things" that were after her when Caleb took her. 

After all of this she learns that Caleb is actually a werewolf as well as all of the people with him. They end up taking her to a place called "the pit" where she sees a whole new world of werewolves and learns a few things about the strange feelings she keeps having for Caleb. 

Spoiler alert!
When the man comes to take Emma to her father she is heartbroken to learn that Caleb seems to be giving her up. I was so mad at him because of this, I wanted to strangle him! 

Then Emma goes to meet her father and she learns a few more interesting things about her family she never knew. Now she has to make a choice, if she should become a vampire or not. 

I really enjoyed this book, it has romance even if it was a little bit fast paced, and werewolves and vampires. I can not wait to continue this series.

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