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Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Review – Full Moon By Alysha Ellis

Full Moon

Title: Full Moon

Author: Alysha Ellis

Publisher: Eternal Press

Buy Link: Buy Full Moon Here!

Rating:  You Need to Read 

Reviewed by:  Brynna


When the mesmerizing Stephen Damon appears on the path at midnight on the night of the full moon, he lures Lauren Miller into a wild, passionate romance. Nothing, not the police listing him as a suspect in a brutal murder that occurs on the night he appears, nor his total refusal to tell Lauren where he has come from or why he must leave her forever at the next full moon, keeps Lauren from surrendering her heart to him.

But when another woman dies, her body found less than half a mile from Lauren’s house and once more Stephen refuses to provide an alibi, Lauren is forced to examine her unthinking acceptance of this man into her home and her life. Stephen must leave at the next full moon, but will Lauren still be alive to see it?


Lauren Miller is captivated by the mysterious Stephen Damon, falling headfirst into a steamy romance. Nothing seems to curb her desire for him, not his possible involvement in murder or his lack of explanations for disappearing during the full moon.  When the murders come too close to home, Lauren must re-evaluate her feelings for Stephen if she wants to live through the next full moon.

Ms Ellis delivers plenty of steam with Full Moon. Stephen is both enigmatic and engaging while still disturbing. I wasn't surprised Lauren could fall so hard for him, but it did happen a little too quick for me. At times she seemed in denial when the facts showed otherwise, though I think in the end she redeems this quality. If you're looking for a quick read with plenty of heat, suspense and dark and dangerous werewolves, Full Moon is for you.

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