Tuesday, December 21, 2010
Low Red Moon by Ivy Devlin
Avery cannot recall the night her parents were murdered, even though she keeps on trying to. Then she meets the new guy, Ben; a handsome, mysterious person who also loves the woods. Avery still trusts Ben, even after finding out that he is a werewolf. But her trust starts to waver when she finds out that Ben, too, can't recall the night her parents died.
The book was decent, though quite repetitive at times. The plot seemed to drag at times and I think it lacked some character development. I would recommend it to people who like romance novels, but not so much paranormal, as the paranormal werewolf side of the story was not wholly prominent.
PG for mild suggestive scenes and violence.
Reviewed by Colleen.