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If you've yet to pick up a book This is a series that any paranormal romance reader will not want to miss. This series has turned me into a KK fan for life! Mar 25, Lady rated it it was amazing. The first book is Vampire Girl. The second book is Midnight Star. The third book is Silver Flame.
This is the fourth and sadly last book. I can't wait to read whatever they write next! Ari is almost out of hope. Being help captive by Metis, who I only wants the child in her womb and Yami, is daunting. Having Levi there to torture her mentally while she is forced to watch him being tortured in every way imaginable makes it even worse.
Lucian being there is just the icing on the cake. How can she possibly escape? Can she free Yami and herself? Or will she be trapped until she gives birth, only to be killed and discarded like refuse? How can she end the war and bring peace between the vampires and fae if she can't even save herself? Jun 24, R. Matthews rated it really liked it.
Overall this was an interesting series with some really fantastic story elements.
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It's the execution that suffered a bit for me. I loved the world. I loved all of the primary characters and how diverse they were. I loved the twists and turns along the way with Fen's background, Ari's father and Marasphyr. But I hated the 'black moment' ending. I mean really trained hard to defeat her nemesis. She was focused. And determined. So the final battle scene Overall this was an interesting series with some really fantastic story elements. So the final battle scene was a total let down. I know the protagonist has to face adversity, but Ari got her butt handed to her from the onset.
I felt cheated.
And like she just got lucky in the end. After so much training , and based on how 'powerful' she is supposed to be as the Midnight Star, she should've kicked some serious butt with the princes of hell. Not so much. Jan 27, Lucinda rated it it was amazing. I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review. You will need to read them in order to understand the story. Not for younger readers. For fantasy, magic and vampire fans this series has a bit of everything.
I had my heart wrenched and torn in different directions and several "oh no, they didn't just do that! It's too much to handle" moments. The authors of this series have kept me guessing as to what they'll write next from book one, but one thing was guaranteed, it was going to keep me in emotional turmoil! These books have not disappointed with their twists and turns and this last one ties up some loose ends we were all wondering about.
One thing is for sure - I am going to have a book hangover from this one for weeks! Feb 15, Carla Hannahs rated it liked it. Jan 28, Marley rated it it was amazing. I'm not going to go into detail since most read reviews on all books in a series before starting the first one. I always hate to see a series end, it gets me all in my emotions. Moonlight Prince did it justice to this very well written series. For that, I am extremely grateful. Although, I wish we could have had more of the side characters we loved pov's. It still had enough to satisfy my hunger. I'm going to miss Ari and Fen's love story, Yami and Baron's playful, yet protective, selves and all t I'm not going to go into detail since most read reviews on all books in a series before starting the first one.
I'm going to miss Ari and Fen's love story, Yami and Baron's playful, yet protective, selves and all the incredible side characters. Karpov Kinrade did a wonderful job. I hope that someday they do come back to this world they built and tie it in with the Angel realm.
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I received this in an exchange for an honest review. A good ending. All was wrapped up nice and squeaky clean. I managed to finish it very quickly too, only a few hours. My final thoughts on the series are that the books have some great ideas, some cliches, are a bit too fast-paced for me, and didn't get as complex as I would have liked, but were overall fast reads that were enjoyable. If you can read the series on Kindle Unlimited or buy them for really cheap, they're not a bad experience!
Overall get a stamp of approval for their ethics and idea A good ending. Overall get a stamp of approval for their ethics and ideas. Dec 19, Kaylee rated it it was amazing Shelves: kindle-unlimited. Oh My Goodness! I loved this series so stinking much. The twists found throughout the books are amazing. I am not typically one to go for the vampire, fae, etc. This book really is a perfect conclusion to the series with a nice resolved ending.
You could keep going with a story, but you are content to just leave it be. I love the continued line throughout the books "dum spiro spero, while I breathe I hope" Highly recommended for anyone who Oh My Goodness! I love the continued line throughout the books "dum spiro spero, while I breathe I hope" Highly recommended for anyone who loves a good romance with plenty of action. Sep 02, Gordon Lively rated it it was amazing. Tantalizing Tale! A wonderful conclusion of a beautiful tale of love, war, lust, treachery, and magic. This finished the Vampire Girl series beautifully in a satisfying conclusion of a great story.
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Mushy ending with a bit of a mess in the middle. It was tough to get through, lagged a bit. Was repetitive and then jumped to like 7 people's point of view before the happy ending. Feb 26, Deborah Colgrove rated it it was amazing. I enjoyed this book. I had trouble following it at times because there was so much going on at one time but it was still a great read.
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I cannot wait to read more stories in this series. Aug 10, Angela rated it really liked it. A change A different way of seeing hell, and the world of fantasy. Good series to start off a young reader too. Feb 25, Pouneh rated it it was amazing. A strong end to an awesome Series! I am now a fan of this author-duo. Can't wait to read more of their works. Dec 01, Melanie rated it it was amazing Shelves: ry , read-in Fab ending to the series ,I loved each and every book! Aug 01, Abby McCarthy rated it really liked it. Good Series. Nov 24, Leah Reise rated it liked it. I give Moonlight Prince 3.
It was a charming story, with adventure and magic. I enjoyed the whole trilogy about vampires and fae, and the kingdoms of their people. I appreciate that as a reader and an author of fantasy myself. All in all, I enjoyed all the I give Moonlight Prince 3. All in all, I enjoyed all the characters, and the journey.
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Vampires, Fae, Shade, multiple worlds of magic, and the human world of mortals. Everything tied in very nicely and kept my interest. Feb 19, Jassicca rated it liked it Shelves: vampires.
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