Today is my stop during the blog tour for Spring Moon. You can view the whole tour schedule here.
by HRH Princess Sophie Audouin-Mamikonian
Publication: November 5th, 2013
Publisher: Entangled Teen
Amid the expansive plains of Montana, the Lykos Ranch stretches for miles. The inhabitants who live in near isolation from the outside world are members of the most powerful clan of werewolves in North America. Among them lives just one human: Indiana Teller.
Grandson of the clan’s leader and offspring of a werewolf father and a mysterious yet human mother, Indiana is rejected by his peers and heads to the University of Montana to find a normal life. Despite warnings from his grandparents, he falls in love with a beautiful human, Katerina.
Before too long, he is the victim of an accident that would have killed him had he not miraculously vanished at the moment of impact. Are these strange occurrences just chance or the machinations of a hidden enemy out to destroy him? Facing his destiny, Indiana will have to choose who to believe, and who to love.
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About Princess Sophie:
Princess Sophie Audouin-Mamikonian is not your typical princess. In fact, she’s a prolific author who works hard to perfect her writing. See what it is like to be in the shoes of a princess author.
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This book seems so good. I can’t wait to give it a try. 🙂
I think the story sounded really interesting, but it wasn’t the book for me because of the writing style. Although i did like the idea behind the story!
I love the plot, I was absorve by the character of Indiana, I read this book in french and in English if you speak french, read this book in french because the vocabulary are better.
I had the feeling it would be better in the original language. Unfortunately my french is so bad I only know a few words, not enough to read a book.
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