Tuesday, December 13, 2016

REVIEW: Blue Moon by Megan J. Parker & Nathan Squiers

Blue Moon
A Scarlet Night Novel 
Megan J. Parker & Nathan Squiers

Cursed rage beasts? 
A sassy vampire in emotional turmoil? 
Joining an assault against an apocalyptic army of death? 
No problem; piece of cake; no biggie! 

Zoey has never needed to use her vampiric mind-reading or telekinetic gifts to be the voice of reason, but there’s one person whose problems she’s never been able to get a handle on… 


So when she and her therion lover, Isaac, accept a new mission to take out a demented, inhuman threat with a taste for torture, Zoey’s eager to keep things strictly business. Unfortunately, with this new danger threatening to tear their world apart, the vampire-werewolf lovers find themselves in the company of a not-so-friendly pack of Isaac’s kin, and a fresh batch of problems arise. 

With chaos igniting at every turn and a constantly dwindling hope, Zoey and Isaac find themselves in a struggle for survival that’ll put everything they have to the test. Between Zoey’s sinking confidence and soaring doubts, it may be impossible to find a middle ground in time to stop the impending carnage.

This Literary Dark Duo has done it again. These two authors have come together to bring forth another epic and wild ride within the pages of yet another incredible read. When separated, these two are awesome, but when both minds are brought together, they are an amazingly unstoppable pair.

This story was so addicting, I had it finished within twenty-four hours and lack of sleep was so worth it. I loved this story of Zoey and Isaac. It was a lot of fun getting to know these particular two characters and I loved reading about the other characters that they encountered along the way. I was constantly finding something new at the turn of each page. These authors did an amazing job at bring forth enough horror and gore to keep me shuddering and yet added just enough humor to make me laugh out loud, scare my cat, and forget what the horrifying event was to happen next. I am extremely excited at how this duo collaborated together to make one heck of a memorable story and I can't wait to see what they have in store for us next.

I highly recommend this read, though I must advise that this is not for younger readers nor the faint of heart due to some of the graphic scenes in the story. 

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