The D'Artigo sisters - half human/half Faerie are also a vampire, were-cat & a witch. I picked up this book while away from home, and had not read the 1st book "Witchling" and although I could follow the story well, I think I would have enjoyed the book more had I read the 1st book. There were some references to the 1st book that I didnt really get. All in all it was a good book, but a bit slow to get going. There were so many creatures and places to keep up with it became a bit confusing sometimes trying to keep it all straight. I would recommend reading the 1st book before this one.
When I picked up this book I had a predetemined idea of what it would be like. Knowing Delilah was the youngest sister and that she is a shapeshifter who changes into a Tabby cat I thought this would be a filler book. Just something that added enough background story to connect a great first book with a Ka-POW! third book. I have to admit that I was wrong. Deliliah not only was able to star in her own book but she made interesting and a little shocking contributions to the basic story line.
In The Sisters of the Moon series you find 3 sisters, Camille the witch with somewhat uncontrolable powers, Menolly the vampire who started out as a clutzy acrobat, and Delilah who finds that when things spook her she goes POOF into a Tabby. All three are Earthbound supernatural agents half human and half faerie who are in charge of keeping peace in their area from bump in the night supernatural things.
The series is listed as a paranormal romance but it is much more of an Urban Fantasy. If you are looking for a book with a HEA ending this book is not it. As it is part of an ongoing series the base story line continues from book to book to book they really should get read in order.
In Changeling Delilah and her sisters are asked upon for help when brutal attacks upon a local Were-puma pride have left several dead and many more missing. The Pride would rather have the D'Artigo sisters for lunch (or a snack) then actually have them help but they had no one else to ask and find they have no other choice. Delilah finds herself and her sisters helping but with a constant reminder that they are outsiders and do not belong. Delilah finds this hardest to deal with because she doesn't fit in with humans, faeries, or shapeshifters because of who she is.
I came to find Delilah not as a mousy piece of milk-toast I originally thought she was but as in independently strong woman who comes into her own during the book. She turns out to be someone you would rather have on your side then against you. Kick butt women ROCK! After having this book in MT. TBR forever I am really looking forward to reading the next in the series to see what Menolly is all about.
book 2 of the series! awesome book! couldn't put it down! can't wait for the next one!!
The first book in the series started off very well. This book however, greatly disappoints. The sisters had such potential, and it all gets wasted in a lot of whining. Great idea, poor execution.
Great second book in the series...I laughed several times in this one. It seems to move very well and even though each one is about one of the sisters it still has the other two in the plot line which is fabulous. And the men in the books aren't bad either. A little magic, a little romance and a whole lot of fun.