Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Heat Rating: 2
An average morning is what Emma Johnson envisions when she visits Joe’s Café for a steaming cup of coffee. But the world isn't the place she imagined it to be, and neither is she…
After Emma is rescued from a horde of bloodthirsty creatures, she discovers she is the daughter of a powerful Vampire from the House Deviard, her rescuer, Caleb, having been sent to see her safely home. For Caleb is also unique, a werewolf procured to protect the royal Vampiric bloodlines from harm - but nothing more.
Soon, the undeniable connection Emma and Caleb share evolves beyond attraction into something unexpected. When she is forced to make a choice, what path will she take - vampire or wolf?
Ashira Datya’s Review
When I saw and selected the title Crimson Moon, I did so because the title sounded like the story was a were story, and I was not disappointed. Crimson Moon is a very well written novel by a very talented author.
Emma, a beautiful young woman who lives in her grandmothers' home, lives a normal, yet boring life, in a small town while she is attending college. One morning, when she is in a diner about to eat her breakfast, the world she knows is shattered and she is thrust into a new world full of intrigue, romance and danger. Emma is helped by an attractive man named Caleb and several of his friends, who are almost like family to him. Caleb sees her to safety and helps her meet with someone she never thought she would ever see in her life. If you love intrigue and romance, then this is the novel for you! I hope that I get to read more about Caleb and Emma again soon.
I gave Crimson Moon 4 1/2 Tea Cups; I did this because the story was amazingly written and the characters were easy to understand and relate to. The heat rating for Crimson Moon is a 2; the scenes are not overly graphic, but they can be very descriptive which I love.
4 1/2 Tea Cups!