Book Description for Bloodmoon (Book #3):
Just months shy of her claiming at Carrowmore and fulfilling a centuries-old prophecy, werewolf Ashling Boru has stepped into her role as the Crimson Queen. She finally has the support of her pack and her love for Grey is stronger than ever.
But it's not easy being queen. Ashling's guardian, Baran, has been captured by the Dvergars, a family of evil wolves who will stop at nothing to possess Ashling's power and destroy everything--and everyone--she loves. Ashling must unite the clans and build an army to stand against the Dvergars before it's too late. Unfortunately, the Dvergars also have armies of the darkest creatures the world has ever known.
Shadows loom, growing ever larger as generations of pack secrets begin to unfold. Ashling's people, the humans they protect, and Old Mother Earth herself all hang in the balance of Ashling's choices. Will Ashling have to forsake her true love to save the world? And will she have the strength to do it? Bloodmoon is the thrilling conclusion to the Bloodmark Saga.
Aurora Whittet started out as a wild red-haired girl in Minnesota dreaming up stories for her friends to read. Mama’s Knight: A Cancer Story of Love is just the latest in a string of acclaimed works. Her first official writing endeavor became The Bloodmark Saga, featuring a werewolf princess-turned-ruler who falls in love with a human boy. Her first novel in the Bloodmark Saga, Bloodmark, came out in 2013, followed by Bloodrealms in 2014 and the final book Bloodmoon in 2016.
Bloodmoon by Aurora Whittet is the third book in the Bloodmark Saga and it is an amazing end to an awesome series. Now having read all three of the books in the saga I have to say that Bloodmoon by Aurora Whittet is my favorite of the three. Bloodmoon by Aurora Whittet had the fastest pace out of the three books and it was the book that brought everything together for me. It was like the last couple pieces in a puzzle all just fell into place perfectly. I really loved how Bloodmoon by Aurora Whittet was finished. I mentioned in one of my other reviews of the series that if you enjoyed twilight you would enjoy this saga now I have to say that out of the two this series is actually a lot better than Twilight. The characters are much better developed and the struggles seem much more real. The romance element in this series is done so much better that Bella and Edward in Twilight. I was sent this book for free for only my honest and unbiased review.