Sunday, December 27, 2009

Full Moon by Rachel Hawthorne

Grade: A

Lindsey has always known that Connor was her destined mate, but this summer as her full moon approaches, she finds herself dreaming about darkly handsome and silent Rafe. When the others are captured by their enemies, she and Rafe must work together to save them. As they spend time together, Lindsey will come to realize that some dangers come from within as she is forced to face her true feelings for Connor and Rafe. One is a friend. The other is her true love. But listening to her heart could cost her everything.


Character Development: 6/10
Originality: 5/10
Overall Enjoyment: 8/10
Ending: 7/10
Voice: 6/10
Plot: 7/10
Setting: 10/10
Total Score: 49/70

Obtained: Bought at B&N.

Age Appropriate?
Cussing: Occasionally
Drugs, Alcohol, etc.: Teen drinking.
Sexual Content: None.
Disturbing Images/ Vi0lence: Murder.

Full Moon wasn't as big of a hit for me as Moonlight was. I'm not sure if it's a change in my reading opinion or that this story was lacking what the other had.

Lindsey's voice was somewhat annoying to read. The repetition of her thoughts throughout the book was tiring; not much variety. Her character fell completely flat for me, as did many of the secondary characters.

In the end, everything worked out a bit too perfectly. Which is a little obnoxious to me... in real life, is everything perfect? Is everyone happy? Not really...

But the truth is, this book is still simply a fun read. It's dramatic, romantic, and quick to read. This series is something to check out when you're in the mood for a lighthearted, enjoyable book.
Moonlight Review (Yeah, my views are a bit different...)

Rachel Hawthorne's Site

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