This enticing paranormal romance featuring werewolves and the popular girl who loves them is a great conclusion to the Full Moon medical-site.info will Celeste do. Life is complicated under Legend Run's full moon. Perfect for fans of Ellen Schreiber's New York Times--bestselling Vampire Kisses series, or romantic werewolf. Beware of a kiss under the full moon. It will change your life medical-site.infoe Parker is used to hearing scary stories about werewolves—Legend's Run is famous.
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(Full Moon, #1). by Ellen Schreiber Vampire Kisses - Blood Relatives: Complete Edition. by Ellen Schreiber Full Moon Kisses (Full Moon, #3). by Ellen. VAMPIRE KISSES 4: DANCE WITH A VAMPIRE. VAMPIRE Once in a full moon / Ellen Schreiber. It began underneath the haunting glow of a full moon. Once in a Full Moon (Full Moon, #1), Magic of the Moonlight (Full Moon, #2), and Full Moon Kisses (Full Moon, #3).
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I wondered what vital information it held—maybe a top secret location. It was like watching a movie and not seeing the ending. And who was he? I walked to the window and stared up at the moon—the very window where his grandmother's ghost was rumored to have been seen. I felt a kinship with the baroness. She had lost the love of her life and was left to keep his secret in isolation. I wondered if that would be my fate as well.
Where was Alexander headed? Back to Romania? I'd download a ticket to Europe if I had to. I'd walk mansion door to mansion door to find him. I wondered, if Alexander had stayed, what would have happened to him. If the town found out his identity, he could have been persecuted, taken away for scientific research, or paraded around as the top act in a sideshow.
I imagined what would become of me.
I might be interrogated by the FBI, hounded by tabloids, or forced to live in isolation, forever known as the Vampire Vulture. I turned to leave his room when I saw a small booklet poking out from underneath his mattress.
I took it to the attic window for closer inspection. Had Alexander forgotten his passport? There was an empty spot where his photo had been torn out. I touched the space, wondering what picture a vampire could have taken. I flipped through the pages. If I had Alexander's passport in my hand, he couldn't have gone back to Romania. No one can travel out of the country without a passport.
Now I had one thing I didn't have before. You've been keeping him all to yourself. I'm going to study. You've been studying since the party. Alexander has had a positive effect on you," she said. If my mother only knew I had been holed up in my room, waiting for e-mails, calls, and letters that never arrived. Billy Boy and my dad were watching a basketball game in the den.
What could I tell him? Maybe never? I quickly settled for, "Not for a while. I don't want to overexpose him to suburbia.
He might want to start playing golf. I locked myself in my bedroom and feverishly searched the Internet for any info on vampire hangouts where Alexander might be. New Orleans? New York? The six months sans sunlight of the North Pole? Would a vampire want to hide among the mortal population or isolate himself with his own kind? Frustrated, I lay on my bed, boots still on, and stared at my bookshelves of Bram Stoker novels, movie posters of The Lost Boys and Dracula , and my dresser top adorned with Hello Batty figures.
But nothing gave me insight into where he might have gone. I reached over to switch off my Edward Scissorhands lamp when I noticed on my nightstand the object that had gotten me into this mess: Ruby's compact! Why hadn't I thought of her sooner? At the party, Jameson had asked her out for a date. No one stands up Ruby—not even the undead! I heard keys rattling and heels clicking behind me.
It was Janice Armstrong, the owner.
Janice put her purse in her top drawer, turned on her computer, and looked at me. He didn't show," she said. I thought Alexander would have told you," she said. But you have Alexander. Janice, can you give me Ruby's address? The front door opened and in walked Ruby. I imagined a jaded woman in jeans holding a cigarette and a beer, but even being jilted, Ruby was in style.
She was wearing full makeup and a white sweater and matching tight white slacks. But he was—" I began. Ruby settled in at her desk and turned on her computer, accidentally knocking over her cup of pens. Janice and I raced over to help her pick them up. But I must admit I'm surprised about the butler. It was doubly rude, since we came to the party to support the Sterling family. He was such a gentleman," Ruby lamented. I guess that's why I was taken by him. She sticks up for Brandon a couple of times, weakly, but won't tell them that she likes him.
And she is so superficial. Every time she describes the boys, and why she likes them, and why she should like Nash, it's about their looks. They're both so hot, and sexy, and they have chiseled abs, and Nash is on some sports team and everyone likes him. Nash is confident, and Brandon is nice; that's pretty much the only personality descriptions we get about them, ever, which tells us nothing, really.
And her friends. My god, was I annoyed with them. They're supposedly there for her, and yet are constantly pushing her toward Nash, who is a jerk. They don't care that she doesn't like them, but tell her that she's happier around him and that she should just forgive him already. Nash is just a pissy jerk who needs to get over himself. I didn't mind Brandon, but I didn't really have any strong feelings for him, either. He likes Celeste for some reason, and he worries about her safety, but he's not controlling about it.
Everyone at Celeste's school only care about what side of town they're from and how they look. And Celeste and her friends go to meet the town psychic, and the psychic is pretty much a huge despicable fake; that's all I have to say about her. And, again, Nash is just a huge jerk that only cares about what everyone else thinks. Another of my big problems with this, is the writing. It's easy to get through, but it's not very pretty, or scenic, or nice, and it's repetitive.
It's constantly telling the reader everything instead of showing them. Like telling us that someone is frustrated or is saying something 'seductively', but not showing us how we should know that. And the kissing scenes are just pathetic in detail. And pretty much everything about the book is childish. The town rivalry is dumb, Celeste's thoughts on everything is superficial and not at all mature, how everyone has to be in love and falls into it so easily is childish, and the way the Brandon gets bitten and turned into a wolf is stupid and not believable at all.
There's barely any mythological work here at all. I can say that I was expecting him to already be a werewolf, so that was a nice surprise, but I don't see how being bitten by a real wolf and then getting kissed under the full moon is supposed to change you into a werewolf, and one that stands on two feet and can talk and is just a bit more hairy than normal, at that.
Plus, why does he change on the nights when the moon looks full? It's not full, that's a different thing. And why isn't he dangerous, at all? And why couldn't he remember any of it until he got kissed again?
None of it makes any sense to me. The whole love thing is in both series, I believe. The fact that, as soon as you're dating someone, and sometimes even when you're not, that you're in love. Her friends are in love with their boyfriends, no matter how long they've been together, because they look happy.
And Celeste is bothered by the fact that she's not in love with Nash, but is falling in love with Brandon. Because falling in love happens so easy and fast, right? It's an immediate thing, and it's such an important part in your life. Also, it bothers me that this is such an immature, childish book, and yet words like 'sexy' are used constantly. That's a bit of an unsettling contrast right there. And it's a tiny bit sexist, too. Like how Celeste points out that Nash is a bit cowardly, among other things.
I probably wouldn't have noticed this too much, but I read a review a very good review, with a low rating that mentioned it, so I paid more attention, and it is there.
It's safe to say that I am probably not going to be reading the next book. I just had too many problems with this one, and while I am mildly curious to see what happens, I don't plan on downloading the next book. Or borrowing it. Kindle Edition Verified download. Brief synopsis: Celeste Parker isn't quite like her friends. Growing up in Legend's Run it's important which side of town you live on.
And although Celeste is an Eastsider, she doesn't have the snobby, elitist attitude to match. Celeste prefers to be kind to everyone, including the less than desirable Westsiders. She volunteers at a retirement community and is an all around nice girl unlike her friends Abby and Ivy or her boyfriend Nash who are more concerned with themselves and their popularity.
All is going well for seventeen-year-old Celeste until loner Brandon Maddox moves to town. Suddenly her lukewarm relationship with Nash is not enough when she finds that she has a powerful instant connection to Brandon. But Brandon is a Westsider and her friends would never understand or approve. And when the myth of the Legend's Run werewolf appears to be more fact than fiction, who can Celeste turn to?
Once in a Full Moon is author Ellen Schreiber's first book in this new series about werewolves and is a charming, easy read. The story moves along quickly and is just as much a story about loving a boy from the wrong side of town as it is a paranormal romance. Although categorized as young adult, the greater appeal will be for a pre-teen and young teen audience.
The characters are sweet and the romance is wholesome.