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National bestselling author Meljean Brook returns to the sensual netherworld of Demon Angel for a startling romance of eternal love threatened by the consuming darkness of a Demon Moon No one dsmon call vampire Meljena Ames-Beaumont kind, but one would call him unnaturally beautiful.
For two centuries his tainted blood has kept him isolated from other vampires, sustained o National bestselling author Meljean Brook returns to the sensual netherworld of Demon Angel for a startling romance of eternal love threatened by the consuming darkness of a Demon Moon For two centuries his tainted blood has kept him isolated from other vampires, sustained only by his beauty and vanity — bitter comforts.
Savitri Murray’s insatiable curiosity has gotten her into trouble before but she’s always escaped unscathed. Then Colin comes along. In the midst of Heaven, he gives her a taste of ecstasy — and of Chaos, Deadly creatures from that realm herald the return of an imprisoned Nosferatu horde, and Colin and Savi’s bond is their only protection — and their only passion Paperbackpages.
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The first three chapters were great. They were about Savi, a human woman and a nosferatu a vampire like creature on an airplane.
There were also a few other interesting thoughts during the book. The ending of the book was creative and satisfying concerning two events: The dsmon during the rest of the Although there were some good ideas, the writing style was too hard to understand. The plot during the rest of the book was uninteresting, drawn out and tedius.
There were a variety of bad guys, wyrmwolves, nosferatu and a demon. The threats from wyrmwolves and nosferatu were never resolved, possibly to be continued in the next book.
At times I wanted the book to be over. Below are some examples. Several times I found myself rereading pages or paragraphs to understand what just happened.
It was frustrating for me. Following are me,jean examples for readers to judge for themselves. Colin a vampire is going to punish Denver and two other vampires who attempted to murder a human. Blood, thick and young and heady. He forced away the pleasure of it. And called up Chaos.
Denver had screamed shrilly into his ear, as had the third boy. I would have preferred that the author move the sentences up to that place saying that Colin channeled the memory of Mooon to the three and they screamed at the visions they experienced. Being out of sequence frustrated me.
Savi walks into the bathroom, stares at the mirror. Savi prepared the breakfast out of habit, rather than hunger. A frozen blueberry waffle. At that point she tells him she had previously seen Chaos in the mirror.
The author initially left me wondering who was screaming and if it was Savi, why. I had to wait for more than a page until I read that it was Chaos she saw. The author never did explain what Savi transformed into or out of. Many chapters began with a paragraph which was an excerpt from a letter written by Colin or Savi to someone. Several times the author used an initial P or B rather than a name which was never explained.
For example, page I convinced her that she ought to conform to Continental fashion and take a companion. Number of sex scenes: About San Francisco. The first four books in this series are: Apr 14, Katie babs rated it it was amazing Shelves: When an author has the ability to make a reader lose herself in a story and to create characters who are so overwhelming that every word or action has a double meaning, you know you have a winner. And if the reader wants to go back and re-read the story a second time because the characters came alive and the words on the page were lyrical and beautifully written, well, that reader has been lucky enough to have read a masterpiece.
Demon Moon, Meljean Brook’s second full-length book, overwhelmed m When an author has the ability to make a reader lose herself in a story and to create characters who are so overwhelming that every word or action has a double meaning, you know you have a winner. Demon Moon, Meljean Brook’s second full-length book, overwhelmed me with its brilliance, but also perplexed me with its complexity.
Certain scenes and conversations were confusing enough that I re-read the start of most chapters to make sure I got it. This is not a lighthearted romance; instead there is gore, very over-the-top eroticism, and monsters like those you were told of as children who could be hiding in your closet. And I loved every minute of it. He is a year-old vampire who makes no excuses for the life he now leads.
He loves blood, the sex that comes with it he even stated he has slept with over 20, woman in his long lifeand the booty he has attained over the centuries. I found Colin entirely swoonable because not only was he gorgeous, his personality wasn’t glossed over. Even better, although he was turned very violently and is virtually alone, he doesn’t brood or whine like too many other vampire heroes we have read about before.
The one thing in life he wants and can’t have is Savitri, a character also introduced in Demon Angel. She is in no way the sort of romance novel heroine you typically encounter. Savitri is of Indian background and was raised by her beloved grandmother after the murder of her parents and brother years earlier.
She speaks many different languages, is a professional hacker, and is surrounded by angels and demons, whom she calls her friends. But her life is in constant danger since she helps the Guardians of Heaven keep Hell closed and the world of Chaos from opening up and allowing those creatures from trying to take over Earth.
At almost pages, this book has so much action and constant sexual turmoil going on that it will make your head spin. Colin and Savitri are at odds most of the time, and simultaneously in such constant lust that Savirti may want Colin to change her to what he is.
Intriguingly, Colin’s blood is tainted so that if anyone drinks from him, they will die. As if that weren’t enough, he is the direct link to knowing what is happening in Chaos and helps to keep it under control.
Retro Review: Demon Moon by Meljean Brook
And yet he takes it all in stride. The story is filled xemon angels and demons and bfook, and love scenes so intense they are painful Colin has a way with his hands which Savirti doesn’t mind at all! Because I’ve read both Demon Angel and Falling for Anthony, I can’t say so for sure, but my guess is that you probably can’t read Demon Moon without having first read what came before.
That accounts for the minus attached melkean my A grade. Meljean Brook’s series should not be missed. View all 5 comments. What can I say? I have a total fan-girl crush on Meljean Brook. She can do no wrong and I will love any book she writes with a fiery passion.
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She took a pompous and vain male lead, Colin, and managed to make him warm, witty, self-deprecating but still vain and a tad shallow. He made me laugh. Savi, I also loved. I completely identified with her. Her curiosity, her forgivness, everything.
Again, I devoured rather then savoured this What can I say? Again, I devoured rather then savoured this book so I am going to go back and read the whole series again.
I hadn’t expected to like Demon Moon as much as I did. The hero, Colinwas selfish or at least appeared to be and part of him definitely is self-absorbed, in the beginning often bordering the asshole-area. But his and Savi’s relationship was superb, often heartbreakingly so, which made them my favorite couple of the series I read the first 7 novels already and anxiously await the final installment!
Demon Moon was not flawless, but Brook is a very talented and insightful writer. She creates characters that have a far more interesting history and personality than Mfljean used to from PNR novels. Her worldbuilding is intriguing. Not too complex in this throwing every supernatural being there is in-way, but using old folklore, mythology and her own ideas, which is exactly what I love about fantasy!