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Monday, January 31, 2011

Crimson Moon by J.A. Saare



Crimson Moon by J.A. Saare
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal
Pages: Full Length (350 pgs)
Heat Level: Sensual
Rating: 4 books
Reviewed by Magnolia

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?

Finding out your only living relative, a father who has basically ignored your existence all of your life, is a Trueblood vampire leader would take most daughters by surprise. Learning you are heir to the throne might leave a girl feeling just a little giddy. Finding out there are others out there who would rather see you dead than become a vampire leader might be cause for fright. Having a couple of hunky werewolves come to your rescue and falling for one of them…well, this is why I read J.A. Saare. Few authors can combine paranormal creatures with humans the way Ms. Saare can, with writing that is near perfect and a storyline that will keep the reader panting one page after the other.

The only defect, if I can even call it that, is in the first chapter where the author goes a tad overboard on description. However, by the second chapter Ms. Saare has found her stride and the story flows smoothly through to the end. It's the kind of story one can barely put down, satisfying a reader's need for suspense and romance.

A book with the name J.A. Saare on it almost guarantees I'm going to like it. Crimson Moon is no exception. This story pits werewolves against vampires in a romantic tale with an ending that will sweep you away into a wonderful happily ever after.

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