The Waxing Moon
by Elli Morgan
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Pub Date 07 Nov 2022 | Archive Date 30 Nov 2022
Lilah Neumann has longed for something beyond the mundane for as long as she can remember. A chance meeting with a mysterious and sexy vampire turns her dreams into a reality filled with adventure and excitement. She has no plans to return to her previous dull life.
After spending 400 years as a lone mercenary, Cain finds more than a companion in 19-year-old Lilah. Yet he can’t shake his past and struggles to suppress his feelings to protect her from the dangers and temptations his kind offers.
When Cain abandons her to keep her safe, Lilah finds herself on a journey through Europe to overcome her human limits and fight for a place by his side. But can a human survive in a vampire’s world?
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Paranormal Romance, Urban Fantasy, Vampire
Available on NetGalley
Average rating from 2 members
The Waxing Moon is a gripping and thrilling read that you will not be able to put down till you finish it! The narration is electrifying and intelligent and intense. The whole book is quick paced with unforgettable narration.
An interesting and different concept and perspective, the lead character decides she wants to become a vampire and the story takes her on a quest to achieve her goal. .As she methodically travels along the path, ticking boxes, I felt as emotionless as the characters and story. Yes, it follows a path and ticks the boxes, she meets some interesting characters on her quest, but it all felt detached and I felt no real interest in the main characters. I read it to achieve my goal of reaching the ending! It may suit others better, but left me feeling it had missed an opportunity to shine.