Review: Full Moon (Dark Guardian, #2) by Rachel Hawthorne

Full Moon (Dark Guardian, #2)Full Moon by Rachel Hawthorne
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Rachel Hawthorne has this incredible ability to make her characters seem so real, even if they are supernatural. Her female characters have this affect of me that no matter how they are described to be i always find a small part of me in them. When you read her books, particularly the Dark Guardian Series, you sense/feel this automatic connection with her characters and that’s what makes me love the books all the more.

So, there’s a little more drama in this one. Its every girls dream to have guys fight over you but you don’t have any idea what you’re signing yourself to when you decide to take this roller coaster ride. Lindsey’s struggle is what defines the whole novel. How do you chose between the guy whose been there your whole life and shared almost every ‘first’ with you and the guy who you just got attracted to over the summer?

Just like Moonlight, light and fluffy but completely satisfying. I’m looking forward to reading the rest of the series. I like romances, but if you don’t… then I probably wouldn’t recommend this series.

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