Early Review: BLOOD BY MOONLIGHT Anthology

October 20, 2012 Review 0

*This title will be released on October 23, 2012*

Blood by Moonlight


by Jocelynn Drake, Terri Garey, Caris Roane
Genre:  Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance |
Excerpt:  No | Book Trailer: No
Reviewed by:  Kristina | Source: Publisher

  • Digital: 100 pages
  • Publisher: Avon Books (October 23, 2012)
  • ISBN 0062238876 (ISBN13: 9780062238870)


Good – A fun read with minor flaws. Maybe read an excerpt before buying.

Sexual Content

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Just in time for the scariest season of all, three popular paranormal authors come together to tell original tales of romance where anything can happen under a Halloween moon . . .

Tempers flare and passions rise in Jocelynn Drake’s Of Monsters and Men as the local werewolf pack clashes with the Winter Court’s Wild Hunt . . .

In Terri Garey’s The Ghoul Next Door, a witch and a warlock battle it out for possession of a haunted house, but the ghost may have her own agenda . . .

And, in Trick or Treathen by Caris Roane, a master vampire struggles to stay away from the mortal woman who enflames his very soul.


OF MONSTERS AND MEN by Jocelynn Drake

For an anthology that is supposed to be romance driven, there is very little of the promised ‘passion’ going on between Gage and Trixie save some making out and  references to sex. Beyond that little bit of false advertising, Gage made a few illogical decisions while trying to protect the werewolf pack resorting to magic when he didn’t need to. Overall, Gage came off as less confident in himself than in the full length ANGEL’S INK which made this story much less satisfying that it should have been..

Sexual Content: Kissing, references to sex
Rating: 2/5


Now here was a story that delivered on a very sweet and natural feeling romance, while serving up.an action packed short story with an intense final battle I was impressed with how Garey created all of this mythology and history around the plot without making it too confusing. The romance between Cassie and Falco felt very organic and you could see how well the fit together both in personality and in their magical abilities. My only gripe with this story was that I wanted it to be longer so we could delve even more into this world.

Sexual Content:
Rating: 4/5


This was the steamiest of the three stories with more sex scenes than I expected for a short story. While the romance was intense, I was a little annoyed that they spent so much time on their romantic tryst when Treyne and Jenna should have been more focused on trying to save Jenna’s sister from a rival vampire. As a result, the ending felt rushed and dissatisfying.

Sexual Content: Multiple sex scenes
Rating: 3/5

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