Red Moon's Reflection

Red Moon's Reflection

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by Ela Lond
     
 

After Tina crosses paths with Damon Blackdart, she discovers that her soul houses another, dormant soul, Trinity, Damon’s Beloved, who died centuries ago.
Damon tries to draw Trinity forward and when he succeeds, Tina befriends her and learns that Damon is part of the Lueeshareteers (Bloodeaters), powerful creatures old as time itself, whose three clans

Overview

After Tina crosses paths with Damon Blackdart, she discovers that her soul houses another, dormant soul, Trinity, Damon’s Beloved, who died centuries ago.
Damon tries to draw Trinity forward and when he succeeds, Tina befriends her and learns that Damon is part of the Lueeshareteers (Bloodeaters), powerful creatures old as time itself, whose three clans live in seeming peace and rule the world from shadows. After she is swept from Damon’s grasp by the Dumes, Trinity’s children, she also learns that vampires are not at the top of the food chain.

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Damon went up the stairs and stopped three stairs beneath her. “You better get back to your room and put on some slippers. You are going to get a cold running around barefoot.”
Was he joking or being serious? Not that Tina cared. The only thing she cared about was getting out of this house, away from him and from that creature.
“I know what you must be thinking.” He stepped up.
She stepped back.
“What is he going to do?” He advanced on her.
She maintained the distance of three stairs between them.
“Is he going to hurt me?” Damon took another step up. “Is he going to rape or even kill me?”
She had run out of stairs. She turned on her heel and was about to run down the hallway, when she bumped into something. She looked up and there he was, standing before her. “How did you --”
He grabbed her arm, holding her in place. “But you see, if I intended to do any of that, I would have done it already.”
“Then what do you want with me?” She tried to wiggle her arm out of his grasp.
“You have something that I want.” His fingers crawled up her arm. “Something very special.”
“What?”
He smiled down on her, a soft, friendly smile that made him look like an innocent young boy. “Stay here, you have nothing to return to.” He gently caressed her shoulder. “I have been in your mind, I have seen how you live. Looking for a job, worrying about when the money your grandmother left you runs out and in the meantime trying to live as modestly as you can. I even felt your loneliness. Is this life?”
Tina looked at those green eyes that knowingly waited for her reply. A beautiful face, such an innocent smile, but there was cruelty behind it, she could feel it, but she could also feel that that cruelty wasn’t directed at her, that if he conveyed any feeling at all toward her, it was... fondness.
“Will you let me go, if I ask you to?”
“I’m sorry, I can’t do that.”
Why had she even asked? She bit her lip, chewing on it, before she spoke. “But what do you want? What is so special that I have and you want?”
“A fragment of your soul.”

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011271250
Publisher:
Ela Lond
Publication date:
04/08/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
156,337
File size:
312 KB

Meet the Author

Ela Lond writes paranormal and fantasy aimed primarily at young adults. A lover of adventure and intrigue herself, she has long enjoyed exploring supernatural beings and the worlds they inhabit along with her adventurous heroes and heroines.

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Red Moon's Reflection 3.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 25 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a fantastic book. I loved everything about it. Thank you for the glossary at the back; it was helpful.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If I lived in this time I would tots marry him. I sy he is my soul mate and I want to feel his lips upon mine. --E
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loveit the storyline is amazing and the setting make me wanna jump into the book you should defently read this
ABrantley More than 1 year ago
Let me first say that this was one of the most exciting books I've ever read. Red Moon's Reflection by Ela Lond begins with war. As the book shifts to present day, we find a woman who's kidnapped and forced to do painful tasks. However, there's much, much more at play and the main character's body houses an old soul that just happens to be her kidnapper's beloved. It's a riveting story that you'll find impossible to put down.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
for this book only 3 stars i not like it much
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This book had itsups and downs but in the end i thought it was pretty good
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good book i would recommend it
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Homophones werent used correctly; the characters werent poperly introduced; article adjectives were not used sometimes, I was confused at times; I felt that Tina's sob story could be better described. And emotions could have a better limelight. Even though there was a glossary, there were words that werent even IN it. I thought those words shouldve been better defined. I didnt like that the sentances were repetitive. Other than that, I liked the plot. There was a psychotic antagonist, the smaller problems like a past wrong righted, character descriptions.
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And confusing
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It was an ok book but there were many confusing parts and grammar and spelling mistakes that got annoying.
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ok read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was amazing. I will never be able to watch twilight the same way ever again.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A unique twist on the vampire. Plenty of action, and well written dynamics between the characters. Some of the terminology was confusing, and not well explained, but overall a very satisfying read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a real good book. A lot was diffrent the a nomal vampaire book. But that is what i liked about it. On the next one
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed it very much! Some of the terms were a little confusing, but the glossary helped! I highly recommend it to lovers of the paranormal. I hope theres a second book, because i would love to see what happens to the characters. Im rooting for Haniel, because hes such a sweetheart :))
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Got to page 281 and just could not go on.jas