Monday, September 14, 2015

Book Review: Magic of the Moonlight - Once in a Full Moon Series

Beware of a bite under a full moon . . . It will complicate your love life.
Celeste has more to worry about than a secret romance with a hot guy from the wrong side of town. That guy, Brandon, is a werewolf. With gossip and hostility swirling at school, it’s time to find a cure for his nocturnal condition, and perhaps the one person who can help is his scientist father. But what if a “cure” makes things worse and Brandon becomes a werewolf full time?
To keep Brandon’s secret safe, Celeste must hide her relationship with him from her best friends, but with the Moonlight Ball approaching, she must make a choice. Her dream is to go with her one true love—Brandon. But once the sun goes down, the clouds separate, and the full moon appears, could she really walk into the dance on the arm of a werewolf?
In this installment of the sumptuously romantic Full Moon series, Celeste faces her fears and her friends and finds out whether she’s strong enough to stand up for herself and her one true love.

My Review

This is the second book in the Once in a Full Moon series and it is 245 pages long.

Celeste is in love with Brandon without a doubt. Her friends don't know, but she can't hold the secret in much longer. Brandon has finally started to get used to being a werewolf, but he doesn't want to be a werewolf forever. He tells his dad about his predicament and his dad agrees to do some tests. His dad watches his son's first transformation and shows fear. He takes away Celeste and tells her she can't see Brandon anymore. That isn't the only problem though... The physic told her "Beware of a bite under the full moon... It will complicate your love life!" Who will be bitten? Is there a possible cure for lycanthropy?

I liked this book, as well. I liked how they had a major conflict throughout the series, but had minor conflicts in each book. In the last book it was the fact that Celeste was in love with Brandon. In this book it is the fact that someone is going to become a werewolf and there is a possible cure. I also like the fact that this series can be read by almost any age group. Teens, Tweens, Young Adult, and Adults.

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