Book Reviews of Blood Moon (Blood Moon, Bk 1)

Blood Moon (Blood Moon, Bk 1)
Blood Moon - Blood Moon, Bk 1
Author: Dawn Thompson
ISBN-13: 9780505526809
ISBN-10: 0505526808
Publication Date: 3/2007
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3/5 Stars.
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3 stars, based on 52 ratings
Publisher: Love Spell
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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I had a hard time getting into this book, I really didn't like the characters & it was such a slow read that I didn't even finish it. Maybe someone else will enjoy this.
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Very "Bram Stokerish" feel vampire story. Uses the old gothic approach to vampire mythology and the couple were passionate and in love with each other so risked everything to be together. Great read.
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Great story! Took a few pages to get really into the book but then I flew through it.
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Not as good as I had hoped. Slow-moving, I had a hard time getting through it.
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Jon Hyde-White was changed. Neither his horse nor his dog trusted him any longer, and with good cause: the transofrmation was almost complete. Soon he would cease to be an earl's second son and become a ravening monster. Already lust grew, begging him to drink, to devour, to swallow in great gulps hot blood from every opalescent neck-and the blood of his fiancee, Cassandra Thorpe, would be the sweetest of all......

Good book!
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Start of a stunning new series!

THEIR DARK CURSE Jon Hyde-White was changed. Neither his horse nor his dog trusted him any longer, and with good cause; the transformation was almost complete. Soon he would cease to be an earl's second son and become a ravening monster. Already lust grew, begging him to drink, to devour, to swallow in great gulps hot blood from every opalescent neck--and the blood of his fiancée, Cassandra Thorpe, would be sweetest of all. Was that not why they were chosen? Was that not why the blasphemous creature Sebastian burst upon them from the London shadows? But Sebastian's evil task remained incomplete, and neither Jon not Cassandra was beyond hope. Still she smelled of meadowsweet and lilies, and he still believed in Heaven. One chance remained--in faraway Moldovia, in a secret brotherhood, in an ancient ritual and the power of love and the...BLOOD MOON