: Demon Moon (The Guardians, Book 2) (): Meljean Brook: Books. Demon Moon (Guardians, book 4) by Meljean Brook – book cover, description, publication history. Deadly creatures from the realm of Chaos herald the return of an imprisoned nosferatu horde, and the bond between a vampire and his lover is their only.
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Although the storyline is second fiddle to the love story for meit was also well constructed and planned. The plot during the rest of the Although there were some good ideas, the writing style was too hard to understand.
meljeaj Savi sort of stumbled upon it and I never got why she was even looking for problems. Instead, as a reader, you share her almost childlike wonder with new discoveries. The action is good and ties into the series arc. This decision isn’t bases on romantic feelings, but her personality.
A frozen blueberry waffle. May 15, Minh rated it it was ok Shelves: Mfljean, despite his undeniable attraction, to drink his blood would bring upon a gruesome death condemning Colin to a lonely existence filled to the brim with countless random women that forget his face the moment they fall asleep. I found Colin entirely swoonable because not only was he gorgeous, his personality wasn’t glossed over.
Will I go on with the series? I hadn’t expected to like Demon Moon as much as I did. When was the last time you read about a part-Indian computer hacker who handles the idea of an arranged marriage as easily as she does vampires and nosferatu?
I want to enjoy this series more than I currently am, the combination of Colin and Savi is vibrant and their sex scenes are absolutely scorching, however I’m having a lot of troubles with the pacing of the Demon series. It’s unlikely that I will join many book discussions especially of my own work simply because I don’t want to stifle reader conversation.
Colin is a wonderful hero – and he’s the same man we saw in Demon Angel. Hey, it’s Savi and she does all the right things except that her actions set her fate in motion. As the story begins, he and Savi already have a shared history. I cannot wait for book 3.
There’s heroism in that. Not bad, just not truly compelling. He is years old, has some serious issues and made mistakes I sometimes couldn’t come up with good excuses for, but although I am not a forgiving person in the least, I didn’t mind his imperfections, because Brook gave the reader explanations for his behaviour and let him show that he can be very considerate, too.
And because he must drink from a new human each night She said she was a bit tired, and he said that perhaps it was time to see what came next. I’ll quote the awww-scene later!
He’s like a man who has been struggling through the desert for an eternity and suddenly finds water. He cares for his family and is deeply vemon to Lilith. I mean, he’s incredibly beautiful but also incredibly vain? Sep 25, Jane Stewart rated it it was ok Shelves: We met both our main characters in the last book.
Then Colin comes along. The first msljean chapters were great. I don’t rightly know what loosing your reflection for an eternity would do to a person, especially for someone who relies so heavily upon it as a faucet of their personality.
And Lilith is a constant bitch to every one except Hugh who she is very protective of. Not their fault; it just happens. Savi is smart, curious and refuses to mooon. He later, in another book, says something that probably makes me love them both even more, proving yet again that what they have is something very special.
However, she has her limitations and she’s fairly aware of what they are. Instead, he helps himself to anyone he desires.
She speaks many different languages, is a professional hacker, and is surrounded by angels and demons, whom she calls her friends. But one which Lilith and Hugh push at him with excellent reason. I adore Savi for her brilliance.