When the vampire tribes convene for the rare Blood Moon ceremonies, family secrets and forbidden magic put all of the Drakes in danger. Nicholas is caught. As the numerous vampire tribes gather for the Blood Moon, an important vampire ceremony, Lucy and the Drake brothers could not help but. Buy Blood Moon by Alyxandra Harvey from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £
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I didn’t sympathize at all with her. There is a voice in her head tricking her into thinking her family is against her.
I found myself wanting to strangle Solange. Excellent, distressing, awesome, and haevey me insane.
What was WITH those guys in the mountain? Considering Lucy is still my favourite character in this series to date, I was thrilled to be in her head once again. I even love their crazy aunts and uncles.
Instead we don’t get the why until I had turned against her and I have never warmed to her again since. Lucy never fails to make me laugh out loud and I just love any scene that contains both her and Nicholas in it.
I’d like a short story on Spencer just to get his perspective as a newbie and well-informed individual on what’s going down. Especially as we, as the readers, don’t have to see the repetitive nature of falling for a Drake vampire, the romance in this book haevey just building on what already existed which is a really nice change.
She lashes out at everyone, and she falls under the sway of Constantine, a powerful vampire with hidden goals of his own. I understand how a series works, I know that Harvey needed to up the stakes so close to the series finale, but the sheer number of tribes and groups, human and vampire both, that were going against the Drakes was staggering, and I was confused and lost most of the time.
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Solange hafvey losing her battle against her feral nature, and not even her BFF, Lucy, is safe in her presence. I can’t believe her!
With each book she has become worse and worse and now she is really having a hard time with her blood lust. Frankly if it hadn’t been the second last book in the series I might bby even quit during it. Nicholas also seemed to go through a darker change in the end of the book but not on the same level as Solange. How do you feel about cliffhangers? Blood Moon picks up alyxwndra where Bleeding Hearts left off.
Meanwhile, Lucy has had her whole world turned upside down. I refuse to read another George R R Martin book until A Song Ice and Fire is finished, because I hate the years and years gaps between his books, and that is probably my favorite series. Especially as we, as the readers, don’t have to see the repetitive nature of fa This Drake Chronicle has done a complete since the last book. And then beat joon up for not having read it sooner. Later Nicholas gets kidnapped and alyxanxra but somehow escapes although we don’t know how he did escape or if he was just let go.
What I love bloov about Harvey’s writing is she is so good at her character plotting and characterization. Nicholas doesn’t have it any easier. I found the whole thing to be long drawn out, boring and tedious. Harvey’s ability to create fully fleshed out characters that actually interact with one another.
May 19, Jennifer rated it it was amazing. Although I really enjoyed the previous books with the all the Drakes and their love interests, I loved coming back to Lucy and Nicholas’ points of a,yxandra in Blood Moon – they’re the ones I fell in love with!
Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. May 17, Natalie marked it as to-read. Amazon Rapids Fun moob for kids on the go. There is a whole lot more viscous blood sucking to say the least. Harvey finally did it, she ended this book on a cliffy and I need the next book now!!
I had to put the book down and walk away during every chapter she narrated. But still I was mad at Solange and sad for Kieran. Oh yay, the book is going to be in the points of view of Solange, Lucy and Nicholas: