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Friday, August 26, 2011

BOOK REVIEW: Silver Moon

Hi, everyone!

I'm pleased to participate in
Stacey Thompson-Geer's Silver Moon Virtual Book Tour presented by Bewitching Book Tours.

About Stacey Thompson-Geer

Stacey is a wife and mother of three. She started writing in High School with horror short stories. One of her first is now published through the kindle - Silver Bullet. When she's not dreaming up her next story or novel, she can be found hanging out with her kids or reading one of her favorite authors. She is also an avid Facebooker and Twitter user. Stop by her website to see what she's working on and any of her backlist work.
Twitter: @staceytg


TITLE: Silver Moon
SERIES: Moon Series
AUTHOR: Stacey Thompson-Geer
PUBLISHER: Wicked Nights
DATE OF PUBLICATION: December 3, 2010
FORMAT: PDF e-book, 39 pages
GENRE: Paranormal Romance, Fantasy, Urban Fantasy



After 130 years, you'd think I would know better than to go looking for trouble, but I just can't seem to help myself. The council wants me to catch a werewolf. I just want to paint my nails. Rose is a bitchy sarcastic vampire that ends up hunting a werewolf in, of all places, Las Vegas. She finds very quickly that things are not going to go as planned.


I received this e-book for review from Bewitching Book Tours as part of the author's virtual book tour. I did not receive any compensation for my review, and the views expressed herein are my own.

A book with both vampires AND werewolves? What could be better? The book cover of the female vampire biting into the male is very eye-catching and appealing. The book trailer is equally appealing. I should have loved this book...I wanted to love this book...but there are two reasons primarily why this didn't happen and both can be remedied.

I actually think the plot of the story is pretty good: A vampire is hired to hunt down a werewolf. I think that the book could potentially be very good with more character development which, perhaps, could be achieved by extending the length of the novella. It is fun to enjoy a bad-ass protagonist like Rose, but I think she could be even better! I particularly liked the character of Bobbie, the fire witch.

Unfortunately, the review copy that I was given is fraught with grammatical and spelling errors, which made it difficult to read and interfered with my enjoyment of the book.

With a good editor and more character depth, the book could be improved.

MY RATING: 1 star


Tour Participants:
August 20 - Review

August 20 - Review

 August 22 - Review, interview, and giveaway
 Beverly @ The Wormhole 

August 22 - Guest Blog 
Authors By Authors

August 23 - Interview 
Laurie's Thoughts & Reviews

August 23 - Review and giveaway
 Purple Jelly Bean Chair Reviews

August 24 - Interview

August 24 - Interview
The Ramblings of Amy

August 25 - Interview and Giveaway

August 25 - Guest Blog  

August 26 - Review

August 26 - Guest Blog
Getting Naughty Between the Stacks
August 27 - Guest Post and Review
Back Of The Book Reviews

August 27 - Guest Blog

1 comment:

  1. Oh what a pity, and it does look as though it has potential but I also find it quite irritating when the characters are superficial, not developed enough or even when more meat has not been added to the story. It feels like a wasted idea.


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