Book Review: The Waning Moon
Today, I have a special book review. Not gonna lie-I got this one for free! (In a manner of speaking, of course.)
So, the author of this one is pretty. And smart. And nice. Most of the time. When she’s not murdering.
Eleanor Morgan is on a quest that will destroy technology but save two worlds.
With two gates down and six to go, Eleanor and her companions are in a race against time and innumerable supernatural enemies to restore magical balance and free passage between the mortal world and the Fae plane.
Eleanor must learn to rely on her allies and her own abilities if she’s going to survive, but trust is hard to come by. Betrayed by her best friend, she must learn to depend on and work with her new supernatural companions while navigating a tempestuous relationship with Isaac, developing a friendship with the vampire Raj, and learning to master her magical gifts with the help of Florence.
Can she successfully navigate a world of mixed allegiances where everyone has their own agenda before the magical imbalance destroys two worlds?
This was obviously the best book that’s been written since The Cardinal Gate came out in late February. You’ll love it. There’s laughter and sexy times and lots of killing! It’s great.
Buy it now!
(Heya, Nook readers! Grab it now – it’ll be exclusively on Amazon in about three weeks.)
So buy it! Enjoy it! Read it! Review it!