Monday, June 17, 2013
Full Moon Kisses by Ellen Schreiber (Full Moon trilogy book 3)
SPOILER ALERT! If you haven't read the first two books in the trilogy, Once in a Full Moon and Magic in the Moonlight, Stop I don't want to ruin the story for you.
“Beware of the full moon. A werewolf wants to take you into his world. Forever."Celeste is torn. Not between Brandon, her current boyfriend and Nash, her ex, but over Brandon turning onto a werewolf every full moon. She enjoys their time in the woods while Brandon is in lycan form, even though she knows that a normal life would be so much easier. His father worked hard to develop a cure but it hasn’t been tested. They have no idea if it will even work. It might just turn Brandon into a werewolf full-time. Only one dose of the cure has been developed and now there are two werewolves in Legend’s Run. Nash was bitten under a full moon two months ago.
While Brandon is in control of himself in lycan =form, Nash is aggressive. He is a threat to the town and especially Celeste. Discovering that kissing Brandon while in lycan form caused him to remember his actions, Celeste does the same thing to Nash. Now Nash knows what he becomes and what he does during the full moon. But what Nash remembers most is Celeste’s kiss. Still in love with her, he is determined to win her back.
With two werewolves and only one dose of the cure, Celeste and Brandon are torn over which boy should take it first. When Nash wants Celeste to go with him to get a reading from Dr. Meadows, she reluctantly agrees. Dr. Meadows tells him that he has strong feelings for one person but Nash isn’t interested in his love life. Then she senses a strong animal presence. Getting too close for comfort to the truth, Nash denies it until she offers her help. Celeste disagrees and Nash pushes Dr. Meadows for more information. He will only have to take the cure for it to be over, she tells him. Frantic, Nash doesn’t know about Brandon’s dose. Pushing her, Dr. Meadows is finally able to re4assure Nash. Leaving, she grabs Celeste and warns that a werewolf wants to take her into his world, forever. Celeste is worried.
Does the cure work? Who will take it; Brandon or Nash? Will Dr. Meadows’ prediction for Celeste once again come true? Who is the werewolf Celeste needs to be wary of? What happens when some new boys show up in town with secrets of their own? What will the future hold for Brandon and Celeste?