When I read Meljean Brook’s Demon Angel, I was riveted by the first half of the As in Demon Angel, the romance in Demon Moon is all about. DEMON MOON is the fourth story in the Guardian series, and the second full- length book. It takes place in modern-day San Francisco, eight months after the. I’ve had a couple of readers mention that they’ve had a hard time finding new, readily available print copies of Demon Moon from online stores.

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But, what I book enjoy was Lilith and Hugh. But I have to tell you, I was hurting there for awhile. Then she said “And when you are kind to me, when you touch me, I desire what I cannot have. She takes great care in creating a story over time — eight centuries to be exact — that is designed to make the bt feel fully invested in the characters and their journey.

Sep 28, Jen Davis rated it liked it. It’s set in the world of the Guardians, that we became familiar with in Demon Angel, but the action is less intense than in that book. Brooj has developed two wonderful Some books are good and make me feel happy Twilightsome are well written and cause me to feel strong emotions Time Traveler’s Wife and some are just so good – they are classics I’ll read over and over Dune. Don’t get me wrong, I like authors that challenge the reader to pay attention and read the fine print.


May 15, Minh rated it it was ok Shelves: Meljean ContestsDemon Moon. Brooks replied and addressed the issues that the reviewer had. I just couldn’t care that much about the community of vampires in San Francisco, and the Nosferatu This was definitely enjoyable.

Meanwhile, as the hero is expounding upon the heroine’s greatness, apologizing to the heroine for the umpteenth time, receiving reassurance from the heroine, or borrowing guilt and thinking about the heroine in melodramatic fashion “Spilt milk, oh no! While he can sustain himself on animal blood for a short while, he can’t make it his regular food source for debilitating effects such as severe lack of strength and stupidity soon follow.

On the same flight that blew up over the Atlantic. Following are two examples for readers to judge for themselves. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. The heroine is half Indian, and the hero is vain and selfish.

Demon Angel

First of all, the main reason I didn’t rate this book more highly; I found some of it confusing. I really must get around to it soon! First, she’s freakin’ bad ass! Michael and Selah, the Guardians. So the reviewers who complained about the lengthy prolog in the first book, should have no problem with this one. I liked her, and I wanted her to get her man, and for things to work out for her.


It’s hilariously epic and I’m so in love with this series, it’s pathetic. I found Brook’s world-building easier to follow this time and while I remembered next to nothing about the previous book, she dropped enough hints for me to pick up all the important points that were needed for this one.

She said she was a bit tired, and he said that perhaps it was time to see what came next. In a very ambitious first novel, Brook pulls off most of the things I suspect she set out to achieve. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. I struggled with this book a lot.

Demon Moon

As the book continues he loses his edge. Stripping away her demon form and illusions, Hugh mono deeply within the woman that Lilith has hidden for two thousand years.

Once a knight and now a Guardian, Hugh’s purpose has always been to demn Lillith, even as he battles treacherous hunger for her. Slowly, Hugh has pieced together an acceptable existence but his soul has become restless and he feels that doom lingers upon the horizon.

And yet he takes it all in stride. My favorite character was Sir Pup. For example, page

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