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Bright of the Moon (Dark-Elves of Nightbloom Book 2) Kindle Edition
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From the Author
1. No Man Can Tame
2. Bright of the Moon (forthcoming)
3. Crown to Ashes (forthcoming)
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- ASIN : B08LC6CLCL
- Publisher : Miranda Honfleur Author (January 30, 2021)
- Publication date : January 30, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 4023 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 314 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 1949932230
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #20,835 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Bella and Dhuro’s are thrown together. Both have very strong feelings - about each other, peace, war, fighting. As they travel together something magical happens. Can they survive the world and war raging around them?
This is the second book in the Dark-Elves of Nightbloom series. I absolutely love everything Honfleur writes! Beautiful Detail! Loved it!
Bella and Dhuro’s story is a great one of growth, realizing self, and accepting love. I loved Dhuro’s journey and Bella’s strength.
I’m already stalking An Ember in the Dark & will continue to watch Crown to Ashes - eagerly awaiting their release.
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Dhuro, Prince of Nightbloom we have met before in 'No Man Can Tame' where he came across none too positively as a sulking and resentful younger brother to Veron (the main male protagonist of that book). Arabella we know less about as while she did appear in the earlier story, her appearance was very close to the end as part of the denouement to the Tale (which you will have to read for yourselves!) We get to know them both far more in Bright of the Moon, discover that Bella is a real idealist and that Dhuro is actually pretty funny in a sarcastic way - at one stage when Bella is refusing to speak to him he wonders why a woman thinks that silence is a punishment. They bicker a great deal in the earlier stages of the story, but of course that will soon change...
The backdrop is a journey through the wilderness within which lie the hidden Dark Elf realms, as Bella and Dhuro try to contact the one group that can possibly avert an Elf-War. This allows Miranda to introduce another race of Immortals to her ever-growing world - the Unicorns and their own brand of magic – as our heroes attempt to evade an army, a team of Bounty Hunters, and monstrous beasts when they make their perilous journey. It is a thrilling tale, especially as it’s by no means clear whether Dhuro and Bella will ever reach their destination - things go wrong when they are attacked and sometimes all they can do to stay alive and uncaptured is run away into the wilderness. But while doing so, Miranda unwraps the two characters in her prose and we get to learn much more about them and why they are who and how they are.
A lot of questions are wrapped up satisfactorily by the concluding chapters of the story, with a happy ending for Dhuro and Bella. Some intriguing other characters have also emerged during the story: especially Drakkar and the mysterious Janessa, who doesn’t actually appear in the book apart from flashbacks and yet her influence pervades much of the conflict and I would lay money on her featuring in Miranda’s stories at some point in the future…
I received this book as an ARC, but I have also purchased a Kindle copy. I enjoyed reading the story a great deal, and it’s really good to see Mrs Honfleur back in action!