Red Moon (Book One, Red Moon Series) - Elizabeth Kelly

Red Moon (Book One, Red Moon Series)

By Elizabeth Kelly

  • Release Date: 2013-08-27
  • Genre: Paranormal
Red Moon (Book One, Red Moon Series) book review score

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 442 Ratings)

Red Moon (Book One, Red Moon Series) Elizabeth Kelly Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

Survival is paramount.

For humans and paranormals.

Avery is the eldest daughter of the man who brought light back to the world in the aftermath of the Great War’s destruction. Now her comfortable life has taken a turn for the worse.

Branded as a witch and sold into slavery, Avery’s only concern is keeping her sister safe. When Tristan, a powerful Lycan, is searching for a nanny, he hires her sister and is persuaded to purchase Avery as well.

Despite her attraction to the Lycan, she fears his reprisal should he learn who she truly is. After all, if her own people reject her for her powers, how could he accept her?

Even if Tristan’s obsession with her is more than pure lust, he needs a Lycan for a mate, not a human.
But when she is stolen from Tristan, will he realize what he’s lost and fight for the life they could have?

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User reviews about this book

  • Definitely an amazing read

    By mud22222
  • Red Moon Rising: Book 1

    By Abbyroad18
    Utter, juvenile trash! This trashy 'book' started almost right away with the f$@king and s$&king. Stopped at that point cause I knew their would be no intelligent story, just a lot of ignorant, gratuitous sex. The least bookbub could do is rate this junk that tries to pass for literature so readers can be more selective and not bother with crap like this.
  • I WANT MORE!!!!

    By Theswankyamy
    I’m so sad I’ve read every single book in this series. It is worth noting that I read them all in a week as well. I stayed up until the wee hours of the morning a few times just to finish a book. It has been a long time since I have read every book in a series. I usually get board after the second book, but The Red Moon series held my attention. The characters weren’t unrealistically (and annoyingly) stubborn just to keep the book going, and there weren’t a lot of irrelevant scenes full of filler words meant to just take up space. I’m just so sad it’s over!!!
  • Great start

    By Per123aj
    This was a great start to what looks to be a good series. The plot and characters were will developed with a few twist and turns.
  • Amazing stories😍😍👏🏾

    By Tessa GHC
    I loved each story in the Red Moon series. I just hope she does a story for Evan I think it would be an amazing adventure for Evan since he's the quiet one.
  • Good book!

    By dope._.figure
    I really liked it. Ps: It takes awhile for you to actually want to keep reading.
  • It’s actually good!

    By ClaudiaS1234
    At first I didn’t want to read this book because i was judging it by it’s cover but the story is actually good. It was a lot of sex scenes, whcih are fine. They are graphic but not overly done. I think the reason I didn’t mind was because the plot was good.
  • Great Read!!!

    By Kbrooks3
    This book grabbed my attention from the beginning until the end. I instantly fell in love with Avery's character. She is a strong and loving women with a heart of gold. Loved the fact that the story didn't take too long to build up. Some scenes even made me cry for Avery, but the fact that she never let it ruin her just shows her strength. I'm glad she got her happy ending. This book will not disappoint you. Must read!!!
  • Dialogue

    By Shampooka
    Good story line but the crassness of the language was a bit excessive and took away from the romance. A little dirty talk in the heat of the moment can be hot. But when the characters only refer to sex as f-ing, even in their internal dialogue, it conveys a lack of respect. Lust without respect isn't a turn on.

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