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This book is basically how the curse that's going to be in the next books- came to be. The writing was a little difficult to get through, but I enjoyed the story. I still really don't understand the curse myself. I know that they are cursed to be wolves and have powers but I don't get how they break it...... I just .. I guess I need to read Silver Moon and find out.
Ok so that ending was a little abrupt. It didn't even sound like an ending. I turned the page expecting another chapter and got the second book instead. I was like whaaat. Anyways that's the only part that got me. Silver Moon was good, but nothing really stood out. Candra isn't 18 yet, so I don't think anything phenomenal will be happening anytime soon. Unless she gets her powers early and I swear there are hints of it in this book. I could just be crazy though...... So in Silver Moon, Candra's parents send her to her aunt and uncle because they can't control her. Or so Candra thinks. She arrives at school and instantly makes enemies. She doesn't even know these people and they target her. And she's also having these dreams and seeing yellow eyes in the forest. She knows something is going on and she wants to get to the bottom of it. There is all kinds of stuff going on. Not to mention Ben, who happens to be one of her enemies.. and who she can't help but like. When Candra finds out what's happening, she thinks it's a joke but it's no joke when someone is trying to kill her. Now she has to make it to 18, if not there is no telling what the Conways will do with her power.
Overall: Silver Moon kept me entertained and hooked til the end.
Black Moon is sooo much better than the novella and the first book. There is a lot more action in this one and we get to learn about Candra's power. And it wasn't what I thought it was going to be. Her power is really cool, but I thought it was going to be lightening for some reason LOL. I guess it was all that shocking in the first one. We also learn about Jana, Blake and Ben's power as well. Anyway.. in this one Candra turns and she and Ben are trying to find a way to make peace with their families. Too bad, someone doesn't want that to happen. He wants Candra's and Ben's powers so he can make an army of ancients. Candra and Ben have a plan, but its not going to be easy. They are going to need the help of their families- and that means they need to work together..which is highly unlikely. And Ben and Candra don't know if they can survive what they are going to do.
Overall: Fast paced and riveting with magic and mayhem.
WOW what a book! In Blood Moon, Candra and Ben use their powers to go back in time. It was weird knowing the things that were going to happen and the characters didn't. I thought it was a lot of fun. Candras and Ben's love grows more in this one and I loved watching it bloom. You can tell they were meant for each other. Now, the ending for the book was SHOCKING! I loved it, but I just wasn't expecting it to end like that. I mean OMG. Mind = Blown. I think Blood Moon was the perfect ending to a perfect series. I hope the author has some other books planned for the future. :D I'll be all over them.
Overall: Another great read that will leave you speechless in the end.
I enjoyed the first part of the book, I don't usually read anything resembling historicals but I understand why this part was needed. It gave a great insight into the beginnings of the curse and the people involved, the language used & the way people were so scared of the way others perceived them gave it a good feel for the period they were in. I could understand how none of the supernatural was spoken of and everything was feared. I didn't really understand the whys of the witch's actions, I got a part of it but I didn't see why the wolf chose that couple when they hadn't harmed anyone and the one who did deserve it wasn't affected until he made his fateful decision. It didn't stop my enjoyment of the story but I feel it could have been addressed more.
I was glad that parts 2 & 3 were set in modern times, as I said, period style books get boring really quick for me and don't hold my interest so I was really grateful for the jump in time. I liked the concept of this story, I really like warring families that clash often and I liked what each side was and how they were enemies. There is nothing like forbidden love, fated love, soul mates - you name it, I'm all over that in a plot! So I was thrilled about Candra & Ben's relationship and as I said, when it's forbidden, it makes it better. I like it when they have stolen moments and in a way it's a kind of rebellion towards the families which is very fitting with Candra. I liked that Candra was seen to be the wayward one rather than Ben and it helped with his family's perception of her as a trouble making seductress lol. Over the course of the two parts their relationship is put to the test and it was doubtful for a while that they would be the ones to break the curse plus there was a triangle which I wasn't keen on because I like my werewolves faithful & mates for life.
The storyline was full of excitement and action, what we have is two warring families, one steals magic from people and gains an army of followers by any means necessary and one has followers who choose to be there, as friends, to help protect Candra. Throughout the story Candra is bullied by Ben's brothers, made to feel like an outcast, chased, beaten & bitten by wolves (on more than one occasion), kidnapped, has her body taken over and starts a war between opposing sides - one who will do anything to save her and the other who will do anything to kill her - which got steadily more menacing & violent as we went along but even with all of this, there is still some time for romance with sweet moments in between which was lovely. In the 4th part of the book we are transported back to the 1500's as Candra & Ben take a risk and use their powers in an attempt to right the wrongs of their ancestors. I wasn't really looking forward to this part, as I said before historical = boring for me but I was actually surprised by how much I enjoyed this part, I think it was because I was so invested in the characters & their story by this point, that it really didn't matter what time period they were in. I really liked the time they got to spend together and the relationship was amped up a lot, I loved that because it was another depth to them and showing that the relationship still had a ways to go. I liked that Ben came over as all primal & possessive about his woman in this - I love that about werewolves - and he started to take on the dominant role in the pairing which is the first time I felt that between the two but I like it! The storyline comes full circle but also took on more of a magic based feel as dark magic is more prevalent to the wolves. I really enjoyed this too, we know what happened thanks to Alpha Moon but this fills a lot of blanks and some characters are brought to the forefront who weren't really necessary before. There was a lot going on in the background of Alaric, Ulric & Daciana's story and it was very satisfying to get the whole picture. As always there was danger, action , chases, mystery and treachery aplenty but this time there is also hope and I read this with hope that everything would turn out ok and everyone would get their own HEA. I'm glad I read this book, it started off a 3* but steadily got better & better as I was sucked into the story, the relationship, the rivalries, the curse & the prophecy and I have to say.... the ending was perfect.
I love that this was actually two stories. You get Ben and Candra's story, and how they are trying to save themselves and their family, but you also shows the two characters who started it all. It's just such a uniquely written story with a very fresh plot twist! If you love historical stories and/or werewolves, I am voting this one is for you
The writing is great, there's plenty of action, there's lots of romance, and there's werewolves!! Who isn't wanting to read this book!! 5 AMAZINGLY BITTERSWEET PAWS!! You can see my reviews of each individual book for the series here. [...]
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