It’s easy to fight for what you believe in. Elise Michaels walked away from the exciting life as a paired sorceress to the last female warrior to live a life for the Coven she had once despised and hasn’t looked back. She’s accepted her wolf, a gift from her mother and now has become part of a pack.
Elise Michaels would do anything to save the ones she loves. As the most powerful Sorceress of her time, she’s already fought and defeated deadly attacks from the human alliance seeking to expose and destroy the supernatural world.
Now a new war has been exposed and the only way Elise believes that she can defeat this deadly force of evil is to bond herself to the powerful Sorcerer Garrett Hayes, but even their fiery bond is tested by betrayal.
The line between friend and foe is blurred and an alliance with the wolves now comes with a price. On the cusp of the Blood Moon, an epic battle against dark forces will cause Elise to decide what her and her ward Mona’s ultimate survival is worth.
In Blood Moon things come to a boiling point with the Alliance. Elise has chose to bound herself to Garret, in order to keep Mona ( her adopted daughter) and the Coven safe.
Many things come to light with this choice of hers.
Stacey is still around and OH MY GOODNESS just wait!
Van the stubborn Ass and best guy friend is still funny as hell.
My man Enrique is more Alpha than ever.
How I would love to tell you all the wonderful and gritty parts of Blood Moon, I just can’t. Though I will give you the range of emotions I went through.
-Oh, La La
-Please Smack that bitch
-WTF are you thinking??
-Holy Hell Fire!
-Wait that is it!
Young does wrap Blood Moon up and doesn’t leave you hanging. Also at the same time leaves it open enough to have a fourth Elise Michaels Book. Right?!? Young, there is going to be another? Please don’t tell me you trick me into reading the last book in the series!
K.A. Young is an award nominated paranormal/fantasy romance author that lives with her family in the South. She is a coffee addict and book lover that began her writing because her mind was swimming with incredible stories that were begging to be told. Her love for reading began as a small child when realized that a good book was an instant escape to a mystical land that could be reached anytime and from anyplace.